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Work Together: 60+ Collaborative Tools for Groups

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

ContactOffice.com - Allows groups to share documents, calandars, contacts, and files. Glide - Facilitates group meetings to review projects together. PlanHQ.com - Specifically for groups working on business plans. TheOpenDoc.com - Create multiple workspaces with multiple documents, then share them for group editing. Tracbac.com - Workspace for your group that features versioning, IM, VoIP ad more. Glypho.com - Site for group writing of fictional stories.

Guidelines for Group Collaboration and Emergence « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

schrage89) As a distributed group of individuals (agents) within a network, we form a complex adaptive system. An emergent, adaptive group does not exude these characteristics. Mututal Respect It’s easy to full tuned to the people in our group that think like us.

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 [.]

Relationships and Identity: Two Sides of the Social Networking Coin

Collaborative Thinking

This outline forms the baseline of a discussion Alice Wang (Director, Burton Group) and I will lead at a workshop next Monday sponsored by Project Concordia. The workshop session will cover " Use Cases Driving Identity in Enterprise 2.0: As organizations explore the use of social networking, the enterprise is no longer the only participant in managing identity. As a result, organizations should incorporate “social identity” claims within identity management practices.

Part 2 - Relationships and Identity: Two Sides of the Social Networking Coin

Collaborative Thinking

The following archetypes help illustrate dynamics involving identity within social structures. While Mary is a senior staff resource, management in the customer service area does not considered her to be one of its “star” agents. Mary is now discussing future job openings in both marketing and product development groups. Establishing social identity facets across different groups created options for Mary to move into other areas of the company. Part 1 is here.

Education Technology Action Group consultation

SocialTech

Last Monday I was invited to Sanctuary House to contribute to two face to face meeting relating to the Data and Infrastructure strand identified by the Education Technology Action Group (ETAG) as one of its three key workstreams. The Action Group will spend the summer developing recommendations in relation to the consultation for short-term and long-term actions, which will be presented to ministers for consideration.

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.

Social Media is Dead, Long Live Big Data

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

What that means is we’re able to tailor an insurance offer that targets those really good insurance risk customers,” Woolworths Ltd director of group retail services, Penny Winn, told AdNews. PS the anonymity “your identity is hidden” thing is a myth.

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In Connection We Trust

Alchemy of Change

I just got back from a few days down at The Internet Identity Workshop (IIW) in San Jose, thanks to some coaxing from my friend, Kaliya Hamlin. The issue of online trust is very hot right now, thanks to a number of recent, high profile cases of identity and data theft.

CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Sep 12 2008 CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? It has an identity defined by a shared domain of interest.

Diversity is hard

Jenny Connected

So instead of using the many online tools we now have at our disposal to become diversely connected, we use them instead to find like-minded people who, as Kirschner wrote in 2015, ‘discuss, confirm, validate and strengthen the group’s position’ (p.622). Difference, Identity, and Complexity.

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Observing Sociality and Reality » Blog Archive » Tim on Etienne (Part II: Identity in Learning)

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Tim on Etienne (Part II: Identity in Learning) This post constitutes the third, and thus last, endeavor in preparing myself to lecture the Knowledge Management 2009 course at the University of Amsterdam. Whereas the previous posts dealt with Learning in Practice and Design for Learning , this posts actively explores the concept of identity. The need to introduce identity next to practice, is to delve deeper in how people become, instead how people engage.

Curating our personal technology configurations

Digital Habitats

The emphasis is on the social interaction and visibility of individual identity. Curating Resources – mostly the same as sharing information, but with the added layer of tags, rating mechanisms, aggregation tools. (Cross posted on FullCirc and NWWCoP ).

Literature Review: Improving Work Practices in Times of Change

Collaborative Thinking

Several resources used for this project were articles referenced when I was an Industry Analyst at a variety of firms (e.g., Gartner, Burton Group) researching topics related to collaboration, social networking, and “Enterprise 2.0”. Organizational Identity.

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CoP Series #3: Community – without people? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Sep 20 2008 CoP Series #3: Community – without people? Community/group is one of the problemmatic ones.

Don’t Underestimate the Value of Your Community Managers

Elsua

Yet, online communities keep being treated as mere resources you can exploit to your own abilities, needs and wants, without realising that they, too, have got their own that you, as a business, would need to feed and nurture if you would want to keep your communities alive in the medium, long term.

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#betreat12 Communities of practice and learning

Jenny Connected

These notes are from the Academic BEtreat reading on communities of practice and learning, pages 72 -102 in Etienne’s book Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning and Identity . A CoP is not synonymous with a group, team or network, but community maintenance requires work. There is a good section on the difference between CoPs and networks in the Value Creation Framework and Stephen Downes has also written about the difference between networks and groups ).

Curating our personal technology configurations

Nancy White

The emphasis is on the social interaction and visibility of individual identity. Curating Resources – mostly the same as sharing information, but with the added layer of tags, rating mechanisms, aggregation tools.

How to be a great community manager

John Tropea - Delicious Community

A nswer: Ensure that questions in the threaded discussion board/group receive replies, that discussions are relevant, and that behavior is appropriate. E xpand: Attract new members, content contributions, and threaded discussion board/group posts. It is not redundant with other groups.

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CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Sep 12 2008 CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? It has an identity defined by a shared domain of interest.

My Old Online Facilitation Workshop Materials | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I have removed the original copyright designation and it is now available as a creative commons, non-profit, share alike resource. What a great resource!

My Old Online Facilitation Workshop Materials | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I have removed the original copyright designation and it is now available as a creative commons, non-profit, share alike resource. What a great resource!

Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks

Collaborative Thinking

Boston conference, I presented a session, “ Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks: Identity, Graphs, Streams & Social Objects ”, in hopes of drawing attention to the issue and to spark conversation around design practices. We rarely invest in the time, research, and resources needed to understand the organizational, community, and inter-personnel dynamics that create the cultural context for how the work is done.

Making Sense of the Rhizome Metaphor for Teaching and Learning

Jenny Connected

This has been a recent topic of lengthy discussion in the Rhizo14 Facebook group, which is still active four months after the end of the course. This group thinks of itself as a community and believes that the community is the curriculum.

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CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Sep 12 2008 CoP Series #2: What the heck is a Domain and why should I care? It has an identity defined by a shared domain of interest.

Knowledge Sharing in the CGIAR – Tools and Methods for Sharing Knowledge: The CGIAR’s Wiki Approach | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

This evolving resource – continually updated, edited, expanded, and critiqued in wiki fashion – is targeted mainly on scientists, research support teams, and administrators in the 15 international centers of the CGIAR.

Knowledge Sharing in the CGIAR – Tools and Methods for Sharing Knowledge: The CGIAR’s Wiki Approach | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

This evolving resource – continually updated, edited, expanded, and critiqued in wiki fashion – is targeted mainly on scientists, research support teams, and administrators in the 15 international centers of the CGIAR.

FAO/CGIAR KS Workshop II Agenda | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Perspectives on Social Media – Seattle July 8th | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I’m on the slate with what appears to be a very cool group of people and will be trying to unravel a bit more of the ball of string I’ve been calling “ slow community.&# (Caveat: I’m not the only one talking about this.

More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

More often they suggest a service role, someone who deals with the rough parts of whatever software you are dealing with and makes sure that the needs of the group are met even if the system doesn’t meet them.

Communities in the Crowd Economy: #CSWEurope15

Online Community Strategy

There are two great resources I would recommend to see the range of sectors and technologies that make up the Collaborative Economy: Collaborative Economy Honeycomb – via Jeremiah Owyang / Crowd Companies. This week I am participating in Crowdsourcing Week Europe 2015 in Brussels.

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Sharing our vulnerabilities

Chris Corrigan

Our friendship and colleagueship has blossomed over the years as we have served congregations together and explored the applications of the spiritual resources of hosting. Over the past few days several friends of mine have blogged pieces that capture their vulnerable moments.

2016 26

A post for parents and educators about the internet | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Mar 14 2008 A post for parents and educators about the internet Published by Nancy White at 6:32 am under learning , online interaction , social media As some of you know, I’ve adopted the edublogging community as a collective mentor.

Collaborative Thinking: Microsoft UC (OCS) Presentations and Demos

Collaborative Thinking

Mathemagenic Microsoft Knowledge Network Team Blog Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Team Blog Microsoft Team RSS Blog Microsoft Unified Communications Group Team Blog Nicholas Carr Peter OKelly Peter Saint-André Rashmi Sinha Robin Good Solution Watch Stowe Boyd Techcrunch You’re It!

Digital Citizenship

SocialTech

Children and young people grow up and develop their identities in both physical and digital environments. The internet is still broadly framed as a place to get resources from, rather than as an active site of political life.

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Scenarios 2011 to 2022 – Media/Military Complex: New Year Resolve

21st Century Organization

A few notable comments from presentations and discussion: A “reputation defender package” – on demand scrubbing and identity protection. A basic question frames their[national security experts]thinking: What are the new relationships among resources, diplomacy, crisis and conflict?

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Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

He speaks of outreach, of reputation of an organization in the world, and of mechanisms of learn from and with groups of people and even the wider world.

Collaborative Thinking: Designing A New User Experience

Collaborative Thinking

Mathemagenic Microsoft Knowledge Network Team Blog Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Team Blog Microsoft Team RSS Blog Microsoft Unified Communications Group Team Blog Nicholas Carr Peter OKelly Peter Saint-André Rashmi Sinha Robin Good Solution Watch Stowe Boyd Techcrunch You’re It!

Knoco stories: Top 10 success factors for Communities of practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

I know you can set up CoPs for sharing recipes, for Bike groups, for Wine Appreciation, but people are professionals - they know that work-time is for work things, and they are much more likely to devote serious attention to business-centred CoPs. Create a sense of Identity - of belonging.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

More often they suggest a service role, someone who deals with the rough parts of whatever software you are dealing with and makes sure that the needs of the group are met even if the system doesn’t meet them.