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Work Together: 60+ Collaborative Tools for Groups

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Confluence - An enterprise-class wiki with features such as PDF exporting. ContactOffice.com - Allows groups to share documents, calandars, contacts, and files. Glide - Facilitates group meetings to review projects together. GroupSharp.com - Allows you to share lists, databases, file sharing, and wikis for your team. Near-Time.net - Build wikis, blogs,create documents for your team to work on, and have the ability to sell your content and expertise.

Organising Knowledge » New Book on Tagging by Gene Smith

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about New Book on Tagging by Gene Smith Here’s a new book I can’t wait to get my hands on.

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Are we a tribe?

Connectable Dots

We mentioned some interesting groups like Social Media Club , Community Roundtable or groups that have formed around people such as Nancy White and Jerry Michalski who are part of the loose Online Community Unconference orbit.

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Green Chameleon » What Makes Social Tagging Work

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about What Makes Social Tagging Work Tim over at LibraryThing has writen an excellent analysis of what makes social tagging work, by comparing the strategies used by Amazon and LibraryThing. They are different beasts, and the things that make social tagging work on the internt are not necessarily present inside the corporate environment. Are you in touch with any KM groups in Malaysia?

Green Chameleon » Resources on Taxonomies and Tagging

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Resources on Taxonomies and Tagging For those of you who you don’t regularly follow my book blog, there have been a number of recent posts on taxonomies and tagging, including lessons from burglars and emperors. I have the same approach but in my experience 7 groups… By Tim Suoer great, such a fun United Nations group.

Ask Idealware: Solutions for Tagging and Archiving a Discussion List | 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… Jun 03 2008 Ask Idealware: Solutions for Tagging and Archiving a Discussion List Published by Nancy White at 12:54 pm under social media , technology stewardship Laura Quinn asked me to contribute an answer towards Idealware’s Ask Idealware. The consensus of this group is they would like to do this via listserv.

Wikis in Knowledge Management at Law Firms – Part Two: Sharepoint Example

Portals and KM

Here are my notes on the second part of the following session on wikis in knowledge management. This firm already had Sharepoint which offers a wiki so they made use of this option. The wiki use cases include: meeting management, project management, knowledge discovery and sharing, as well as knowledge management. The Sharepoint wiki provides ease of use. The categories work well and provide good ability to create them for wiki pages.

Communication (and Coordination?) in a Modern, Complex Organization

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Tagging. in a Modern, Complex Organization. Cross: The Hidden Power of Social Networks: Understanding How Work Really Gets Done in Organizations. Martin Kilduff: Social Networks and Organizations. in a Modern, Complex Organization. I love the opening quote: "The social system is an organization, like the individual, that is bound together by a system of communication." in a Modern, Complex Organization. Burton Group.

Headshift : Gettin' Wiki With It

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Gettin Wiki With It One of our more massively complex systems is about to get a major upgrade - and I mean major - this version has been in development for most of this year. The wiki ethos means that anyone can quickly add any notes or details as and when required, and all parties can be kept informed of progress just by viewing the web page or picking up updates via the RSS feeds - crucially, this happens without having to distract the techies to ask for an update.

Collaborative Thinking: Socializing At Work - No Longer A Waste Of Time

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Many organizations, as a result, foster a leadership, decision-making and information-sharing environment that values certain types of management activities and styles (e.g., Consequently, few organizations think and plan strategically when it comes to human capital management. Yet many organizations have not fully realized the potential of a highly collaborative and knowledge-sharing environment. Tagging Community Book Roll Robert L.

Green Chameleon » Facets and Tags

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Facets and Tags More posts on tackling perceptions of facets and visualising tagging patterns over at the book blog.

Collaborative Thinking: The Value Of Being A "Generalist"

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By definition, generalists tend not to focus (actually, they do focus but just not to the extent that specialists do), they don’t often travel in groups (lacking common associations, designations, and unions), and their shape-shifting versatility changes them frequently. Tagging Community Book Roll Robert L.

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Green Chameleon » Random Fun or Serendipity?

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There’s a tagging meme going round where you design your own CD album cover using randomly generated elements for title, band name and cover image drawn from Quotationspage.com, Wikipedia, and Flickr.

Collaborative Thinking: Socialtext Releases SocialPoint

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Asterisk » October 31, 2006 Socialtext Releases SocialPoint This could be the smartest yet made by an emerging wiki company, or a simple matter of good "marketecture" Ill follow-up with Peter OKelly (our resident wiki guru) and post a more conclusive opinion but questions in my mind are: How does this integrate with the underlying content management system of SharePoint 2007? How does this interoperate with the Wiki capabilities Microsoft itself provides?

Green Chameleon » Supermarket 2.0

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enabled – with user tagging, RSS feeds, semantic search, the works. I have the same approach but in my experience 7 groups… By Tim Suoer great, such a fun United Nations group.

Green Chameleon » Folksonomies in the Enterprise

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Folksonomies in the Enterprise Sarah Hayman has published a very strong and pragmatic paper on a combined folksonomy-controlled vocabulary approach which promises rich results for the application of tagging and exploitation of folksonomies in the enterprise. There is a web experiment regarding to folksonomies and collaborative tagging systems.

Collaborative Thinking: Integrating SharePoint And Confluence

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It would be valuable for Microsoft to continue down this path of providing well-defined and public interfaces (as opposed to vendor point-to-point deals) so that other blog and wiki vendors could integrate with the platform. Tagging Community Book Roll Robert L.

Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: Social Computing Chess Match

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Microsoft has recently partnered with NewsGator (for feed syndication) and Atlassian (wikis). native wiki, feed syndication). It needs to also sell the tagging piece which Microsoft does not have right now. Tagging Community Book Roll Robert L.

Collaborative Thinking: Enterprises Not One Dimensional - Technology Not the Only Influence on the Future Enterprise

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Have a wiki? will bring radical change in organizations here ) continue to beat the drum of change with only technology in mind. Putting names and version numbers around the totality of our organizations or technology doesnt help managers make better decisions.

Collaborative Thinking: Info 2.0: Harnessing the power of Web 2.0 and Enterprise Mashups

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and Enterprise Mashups Moderator: Angelique Matheny, IBM Rational Software Speakers: Lauren Cooney, CTO Office, Information Management Group Sriram Padmanabhan, Distinguished Engineer, IBM Advanced Tech. Group Info 2.0 For Burton Group clients, we recently published a reference architecture template document on the architectural components of a feed syndication platform. Tagging Community Book Roll Robert L.

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. It is about spawning connections, not keeping existing connections organized.

Collaborative Thinking: Timeout For Something Different

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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!

Collaborative Thinking: Opening Up The Social Graph: An Identity Perspective

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Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « More On Presence And The Social Feed | Main | Google FeedServer » January 10, 2008 Opening Up The Social Graph: An Identity Perspective A worthwhile blog post from our Identity group.

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. It is about spawning connections, not keeping existing connections organized.

Communities, Categories,and Neighborhoods: Key organizational concepts in Awareness Communities

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The main organizing concepts are Communities (the main construct), Neighborhoods (focus areas within a community) and Categories (content organization). A simple way to understand these concepts is to envision an internal-facing community in an organization that is designed to mirror the corporate organizational model (this is not the way it has to be, but this simple example helps one visualize it). Home Login Register Contact Advanced Search.

Collaborative Thinking: Getting People On The Same Page

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Main | Apple snags 14 percent of US-based PC retail sales in February » March 18, 2008 Getting People On The Same Page A challenge for many large organizations and not just vendors: Tim OBrien must have one of the more difficult jobs at Microsoft. Tagging Community Book Roll Robert L.

Green Chameleon » Knowledge Management Explained in Five Disciplines

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Related to this is the topic of taxonomies, tagging, and other forms to classification. 2) provide supportive collaboration tools; e.g. project management, task management, wiki tools. But, I have suggestion derived from my own KM framework, called as Human System Biology-based KM system, that prior to implement a KM, we should know the “genome structure” of the organization. What so called “genome structure” here, is the “DNA pattern” of the organization.

Collaborative Thinking: Enterprise 2.0 Report: Table of Contents

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Report: Table of Contents A few people asked for an executive summary of the report published recently on Enterprise 2.0 ( availability of the report for Burton Group clients was posted here ). 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!

infoarch: Collaborative Thinking: Communication (and Coordination?) in a Modern, Complex Organization

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in a Modern, Complex Organization I needed some time to understand this paper! in a Modern, Complex Organization&# by Adam M. However… “Despite the fundamental role of coordination – and the communication that enables it – to the purpose of organizations, we have little understanding of actual interaction patterns in modern, complex, multi-unit firms. organizations!

Avoid Profile Potpourri

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In a broader context, issues related tagging and bookmarking lead to more business-centric conversations on the benefits from user-led information discovery, filtering and allowing people at a personal and group level to self-organize information.

Collaborative Thinking: New Additions To My Bookshelf

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Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Videos from ODC 2008 | Main | Organizational Effectiveness » February 22, 2008 New Additions To My Bookshelf In addition to the book by Rob Cross (The Hidden Power of Social Networks) and Kilduff (Social Networks and Organizations) - both of which I finished a while ago - I am now busy reading some additional books on the topic. Tagging Community Book Roll Robert L.

The True Nature of a Social Intranet

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Im already subscribed The True Nature of a Social Intranet By Oscar Berg ( @oscarberg ) | May 16, 2011 On the surface, a social intranet might seem to be just an intranet dressed up in rounded corners and pastel colors and with features such as blogs, wikis, activity feeds, ratings, profiles and tagging. Conversations and sharing go in all directions, across all structures such as hierarchies, processes, locations and organizations.

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Collaborative Thinking: Enterprise-enabling Facebook

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Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « The Viral Classroom | Main | PARC Forums: People & Social Technologies » December 19, 2007 Enterprise-enabling Facebook Interesting trend to watch: Employees can feel free to use Facebook, and enterprises can be safe in the knowledge that the danger of information being leaked outside the organization or access being granted to unauthorized personnel no longer exists.

Collaborative Thinking: Networks Without Walls

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» February 11, 2008 Networks Without Walls I love the graphic - yes, I understand the security, identity, and other reasons why organizations are hesitant to bridge internal ("digital work") and external ("digital life") worlds but some level of federation/interoperability/data portability is inevitable - and its happening regardless of what employers try to dictate. Tagging Community Book Roll Robert L.

Collaborative Thinking: Economic Concerns Will Renew Interest In Web Conferencing

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Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Social Networks Seem To Travel Well | Main | Getting Started With Web Conferencing » February 26, 2008 Economic Concerns Will Renew Interest In Web Conferencing Every so often, economic downturns, health-related outbreaks or acts of terrorism cause organizations to prioritize alternatives for corporate travel. Tagging Community Book Roll Robert L.

Collaborative Thinking: Social Media & Financial Services

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Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Lingering Privacy Doubts Over Facebooks Beacon | Main | Social Media & Pharmaceuticals » December 04, 2007 Social Media & Financial Services An article worth reading that outlines the approach taken by two organizations: Wells Fargo entered the social media game when it launched Stagecoach Island in May 2005. Tagging Community Book Roll Robert L.

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Understanding the difference between Forums, Blogs, and Social Networks

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Social networks allow members to organize around a person’s relationships or interests, rather that just focused on topic. jeremiah_owyang February 13th, 2008 8:09 am Wikis are the collaborative white boards or the libraries.

Building An Enterprise KM Solution in SP2010

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Challenges/key takeaways: user experience (tough to cut across different processes), collaboration (different groups manage information differently), Info Discovery (search results are difficult to refine and validate). Consistent wiki-like user experience. Tagging is relied on extensively and works with content query web part - social tags and/or authorized tags - tags drive navigation, discovery, etc. Content Organization - folders, rules, poilicies.

GroupSwim Provides Three Enterprise 2.0 Offerings

Portals and KM

GroupSwim Collaboration is aimed at internal organizations and teams as a productivity tool. You can create a series of groups that map to your organizational structure, geographies, roles, or other factors. The wiki has WYSWYG editing and you can easily insert links, images or video.

List of "White Label" or "Private Label" (Applications you can Rebrand) Social Networking Platforms

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technologies – blogs, wikis, discussion groups, social networking, podcasts, RSS, tagging, photos, videos, mapping, etc. Haystack can also be used to help individuals within organizations connect with each other.&# Confluence - The Enterprise Wiki. Groups 2.0

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