Social Architecture (a manifesto) | Management Innovation eXchange

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Management Innovation eXchange. Management Innovation eXchange. As a consequence, it is the extent to which information is shared and tagged with meaning that determines its value (not the amount you keep to yourself). The WHY Code – encode and share the DNA of an organization.

Sharing our vulnerabilities

Chris Corrigan

Today he shares a peek under the hood of struggling with a chronic health condition and being in relationship. Rebecca uses this awareness opening as a jumping off point for how to create inclusive spaces for gender identity issues to be considered in the craft of teaching physical education.

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Trending Sources

Slowing Down to Pay ATTENTION – the #365 Photo Practice

Full Circle Associates

Eugene gave me permission to share it and it is captured here. ” and “I’ve also loved the emergent aspects of this project, which includes this exchange with you! Now that I have noticed this, I am resisting taking/curating my photos as an expression of identity.

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Digital Identity Workbook for NPO/NGO Folks | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

As I saw that lovely Creative Commons license on it, I thought I’d whip up a version for folks interested in social media and the digital identity implications in the non profit and NGO sectors. Digital Identity Workbook for NGOs [.]

Where is the Cooperation in International Development and Cooperation

Full Circle Associates

Consultancy for Writing, Editing and Production of UNICEF Knowledge Exchange Toolbox (with my team) pls share [link] — Ian Thorpe (@ithorpe) October 8, 2014 I blithely responded: @peterballantyne @ithorpe @GH_Knowledge [link] Sounds like wheel recreation [link] & many others!

Aggregative or emergent identity? Rethinking Communities.

John Tropea - Delicious Community

This contrasts with a more collectivist or system focus on roles and identities that comes if we look at teams and crews. You get a related theme in network conversations which maintains the concept of exchange in understanding network interactions.

Collaboration vs sharing

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Engineers without Fears Sunday, October 14, 2007 Collaboration vs sharing James Robertson talks about collaboration tools as anti-knowledge sharing. A big part of the role of KM (or whatever you want to call it) is the development of shared contexts between groups within an organisation because without that shared context you cant transfer anything. Predicting what does need to shared (tricky).

Help! Testing a network mapping exercise | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Testing a network mapping exercise Published by Nancy White at 2:31 pm under knowledge sharing , networks I often use a variety of paper networking mapping exercises in my face to face workshops. Think of a project that you are working on that requires knowledge sharing.

About blogging, tunneling visions and knowledge entrepreneurship

Joitske Hulsebosch

This research had the goal to investigate how knowledge related to a shared organising vision (in this case (ICT4D, about ICT for development). Blogging may hence be an important activity for professional development of knowledge workers and can help develop their professional identity.

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Talking and Walking Collaboration | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Share and Enjoy: 8 responses so far 8 Responses to “Talking and Walking Collaboration&# # Cliff Figallo on 04 Jun 2008 at 12:43 pm So true – there’s more talk and writing about collaboration than actual successful collaboration.

Communities in the Crowd Economy: #CSWEurope15

Online Community Strategy

The conference has an amazing range of speakers from both the public and private sector sharing their ideas about, and experiences from, the Crowd Economy. These companies create a network of peers in which the participants interact and share in the value creation.

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Literature Review: Improving Work Practices in Times of Change

Collaborative Thinking

Improving the way people can better share information, coordinate activities and collaborate during periods of change is a topic I’ve studied from a technology perspective many years. Organizational Identity. Organizational Identity: Relationships, Influence, and Choice.

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The Customer Community

Online Community Strategy

Further, I would assert that the “network” of relationships represented by the collective customer base of a company is a manifestation of brand, every bit as important and as valuable as the components of brand identity. Image © Leigh Prather.

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My Top 10 Social Media Sites

Online Social Networking

Your list of top social media sites will likely differ from mine, since it’s highly improbable that you and I will share identical search and social strategies. I share lots of links on Twitter and monitor each account for mentions and replies. Sharing is Caring!

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IBM Covers the Transformation of Business Email

Portals and KM

For perspective, on the consumer side the numbers are almost identical. Email today has evolved from the static one-to-one exchange, to the inbox for the social framework. File sharing, for example, has moved to these social tools.

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Google Plus – One50, Two50 and TheRest

Elsua

The truth is that I am ready to make plenty of blunt moves on redefining my social networking presence out there on the Social Web, and I will be sharing some further insights on that regard very soon, but one thing for sure is that at this point in time my blog will remain where it is.

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Knoco stories: Top 10 success factors for Communities of practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

What can you do to help develop a lively, open, asking-and-sharing CoP that adds real business value? Thats primary purpose #1 of a CoP - for the members to exchange practice knowledge, and look for ideas and solutions that will improve their own practice. Share it.

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Towards A More Participatory Culture: Enterprise Q&A

Collaborative Thinking

Beyond “answering the question”, this type of conversation allows participants to contribute personal experiences and share work practices that are not formally documented. That public interaction provides people with the opportunity to reinforce their identity as a subject matter expert, or expand their identity if they are not known for, or expected to have, that type of insight.

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Google Me! Your New Business Card

Elsua

She basically shares some interesting insights on how little most of us, knowledge (Web) workers, seem to depend nowadays on traditional business cards to keep in touch. “ We can’t escape our online identities [.]

Attributes of Thriving Online Communities

Online Community Strategy

What I stumbled into was an exchange in the forums about configuring Windows NT for a very specific enterprise environment. For TechRepublic at that time, a thriving community meant attracting the most knowledgeable IT Pros in the world, and incentivizing them to share and participate.

Embracing Uncertainty, Diversity and Othering for Learning

Full Circle Associates

What we observed Instead of starting with defining otherness, I want to share my experience. The LAL project included very basic funded Learning Exchange Visits where grantees visited each others projects and went into the field. I’m sharing the thread, Bron Stuckey Learning With Others with her permission. So part of our identity has to be “learner.”

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Lotusphere 2011 Notes: Work Trends 2021 Panel

Portals and KM

I also have some sample pictures of the trip on the iPhone to share with others. Kevin talked about dual identities when people mix you up with others with similar names. Fernando wants to use face to face meetings less for procedure stuff but more to exchange ideas.

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Annotated Bibliography: Background For Literature Review Project

Collaborative Thinking

By participating in a mediated public collectively, the author also argues that this type of peer-to-peer (lateral) surveillance can be viewed as a shared practice, or a norm that emerges for that environment. For this notion to work, a sense of mutuality needs to exist where participants do not view their “surveillance” as threatening but as an act of constructing identities, sharing information, and meeting friends or strangers. Social roles are based on identity theory.

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Doctors versus internet: who is better at diagnosing?

Joitske Hulsebosch

In some blogs I will share the harvest. Patients will self-Google and exchange within communities. You will no longer automatically seen as an expert / authority, and that can affects your identity. I have dreamed for a long time of organizing our own MOOC.

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How I use social media

Nancy White

This afternoon I’m spending a half hour on a Skype video conversation to share a bit of how I use social media. See book writing below… Global Networks & Knowledge Sharing. My online identity serves me well.

How I use social media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

See book writing below… Global Networks & Knowledge Sharing In 2000 I put it out to the universe that I wanted to work internationally. My online identity serves me well. Social media is an amazing (and sometimes scary) set of tools to show your identity online.

Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: Social Computing Keynote

Collaborative Thinking

challenges: fast workforce turnover since workers retire in 2 years - most people are under 30 so knowledge loss and issues with exchanging experiences. Benefits: decentralized innovation, increase speed to market, improved sharing - talent management.

Collaborative Thinking: Recommended Reading: HBR Working Papers

Collaborative Thinking

In the second article, the idea that mentoring is not a one-way "brain drain" but a shared exchange is also important to "get right" when thinking about such programs: Working Papers Product Development and Learning in Project Teams: The Challenges Are the Benefits Authors: Amy C.

Eight Dangers of Collaboration - Nilofer Merchant - Harvard Business Review

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Share. Most people have built their careers — perhaps even their identity — on being the expert. Information (over)sharing. For collaboration to work, information is rarely left in any silo but is shared and often combined in unexpected ways to reframe problems. In that way, collaboration is often used synonymously with teamwork or democratic exchange. Share. Information (over)sharing. Harvard Business Publishing. |. For Educators. |.

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Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Most sites support the maintenance of pre-existing social networks, but others help strangers connect based on shared interests, political views, or activities. Some have photo-sharing or video-sharing capabilities; others have built-in blogging and instant messaging technology.

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Guidelines for Group Collaboration and Emergence « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

I’ve created a summary of a chapter that I’d like to share, as I think it can be valuable for many of us, and specifically for the community of practitioners around the junto concept. Collaboration is an act of shared creation or discovery.

Working as knowmads: How to stimulate knowmadic working in organisations?

Joitske Hulsebosch

The online exchange led to the following strategies to initiate a move towards a more knowadic work and learning climate in organizations: Start with the knowmads The most logical choice seemed to be focus on knowmads. You may also pay attention to professional identity.

Ontology, epistemology and pedagogy of networked learning

Jenny Connected

We can look at this in the very conversations we are having in this hot seat – in terms of what we are coming to know through these exchanges/conversations and how we are each being ‘constructed’ in terms of our online and also offline identities. It’s that reflective process that can help learners go beyond just sharing views and beliefs, to digging into them and trying to work with them.

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Ontology, epistemology and pedagogy of networked learning

Jenny Connected

We can look at this in the very conversations we are having in this hot seat – in terms of what we are coming to know through these exchanges/conversations and how we are each being ‘constructed’ in terms of our online and also offline identities. It’s that reflective process that can help learners go beyond just sharing views and beliefs, to digging into them and trying to work with them.

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CleverWorkarounds » The facets of collaboration Part 2–Enter the matrix!

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Task based collaboration is typically characterised by short(ish)-term groups, comprised of people with a shared goal or common outcome (i.e. Trait based collaboration is comprised of users who are related through shared traits or long-term interests. Exchange. Skip to content.

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Will the Collapse of Civilization Begin With Global Corporatist Totalitarianism?

How to Save the World

building self-sufficient communities, local self-employment and essential supplies, creating a Gift/Sharing Economy. It eschews Trade (exchange of goods/services/money between disinterested strangers). STAGE. WHAT COLLAPSES. SIGNS OF COLLAPSE. E.G. OF CULTURE AT THIS STAGE.

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Networking Reconsidered

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

This approach quickly degenerates into a manipulative exchange where the real identities of both parties rapidly recede into the background, replaced by carefully staged presentations of an artificial self. It also requires willingness to disclose vulnerabilities, since it is often hard to get the other person to share their most challenging issues without a sense that you are willing to do the same.

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Lessons from a Crazy MAFN Multi-Sensory Webinar

Full Circle Associates

I arrive as a practitioner, and I love claiming this identity. I want to explicitly share the Meadows’ quote here as it has value on its own. A shared, somatic experience. And then… ask to share and go to impact or application??

Social XYZ: Got my answer in 30 minutes. with IBM Connections.

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Google Buzz Labels: ibm-connections , profile , social-business , use-case 0comments: Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Hi, Im Ron Denham.

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Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Community 2.0

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Given the growing interest in this topic, I thought I would polish up my speaker’s notes and share this perspective with a broader audience.

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