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My App Gap Posts for May 2012

Portals and KM

Below are the ones for May. Understanding and Leveraging Social Capital. The AppGap posts began toward the end of January 2008.    Here, I am primarily doing product commentaries with a few other things thrown in. There will be more in June. Convo Moves to the Web and Enhances Features. TIBCO Enhances tibbr with GEO and Other New Capabilities. State of CRM Customer Data Integration in 2012. Adobe Provides a New Set of Digital Marketing Capabilities.

Social reporters may be network weavers: if you trust them

Social Reporter

In summarising a response to a question raised in a session - “how do we leverage Seattle know-how for entrepreneurial solutions to global basic needs?” Let’s avoid turning into bad fairies, or someone may try and take away our spinning wheels.

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News Updates (May 20, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Brett shares his lessons from two weeks with My Site at work: (1) People do not understand the differences between the My Home and My Profile tabs, (2) The out-of-the-box site definition for My Sites is inadequate for most people, (3) It is not helpful to market MySites as internal Facebook, (4) People do not understand the idea of My Site sub-sites, (5) It’s okay if most people never leverage My Sites, and (6) Most people are not going to leverage training and support resources. "

Need Your Feedback on my Triangulating Thinking | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

THANKS Triangulating for Success: a practitioner’s experience using external networks to leverage learning and outcomes within organizations and institutions Introduction Organizations and institutions are ostensibly places for learning and getting work done.

Collaborative Thinking: Integrating SharePoint And Confluence

Collaborative Thinking

Facebook Developers | Integrating Facebook Chat Everywhere Subscribe to Collaborative Thinking Add me to your TypePad People list Archives May 2010 April 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 More.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » What’s happening at the Economist?

Ken Carroll

I love the Economist, but it ran an incredibly weak article today - False Eastern promise whose sub-heading tells us that the ‘craze for teaching Chinese may be a misguided fad’ The craze for teaching Chinese may just be a fad? May be a fad ? There’s a lot of things that may or may not happen out there, that may or may not be fads, no end of things we could speculate wildly upon without providing data.

Lead Social Business Enabler for IBM’s w3 and www Connections – Job Role and Responsibilities


Looks like the new job may have triggered a new, fresh interest in Social / Open Business for fellow colleagues, specially, when they are no longer pondering about the Why or the What but diving right into the How.

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Network Weaving: You may find yourself living in a large network, and you may ask yourself. Well, how did I get here?

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

skip to main | skip to sidebar Thursday, November 12, 2009 You may find yourself living in a large network, and you may ask yourself. Social Network Analysis Workshop ► January (5) Viral Philanthropy Introduction Points of Leverage for Transformation What is Self-Organization?

Challenges of Social Business in the Workplace


Here is a vendor that truly believes on walking the talk, leading by example, utilising other social networking tools than their own, that may be available out there, just to continue to add value into the overall discussion around open knowledge sharing, collaboration and getting work done more effectively. So, what were the questions you may be wondering, right? What advice (or insight) can you share about utilising social tools to leverage workplace learning?

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Activity Streams: Moving Beyond Event Aggregation

Collaborative Thinking

As the enterprise considers how activity streams can be leveraged, we see interest in role-based streams and process-related streams. Depending on the way activities are aggregated, there may be limits as to how much information is actually kept around to enable historical review. people may want to bookmark or “save” an event for later reference), or shared (e.g. When it comes to 2011 trends, I posted earlier on " Enterprise 2.0:

Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks

Collaborative Thinking

Its influence can be so subtle that we may not even be aware of how the purposeful shaping of a product or service experience affects our judgment, or how affordances designed into that experience make certain individual or collective actions possible. conference, attendees heard from companies like GE, Nike, and Virgin America shared how they are leveraging an enterprise approach towards social collaboration.

The Bottleneck Effect: Are You Getting In Your Own Way

Partnering Resources

If you’re the black hole in your department, consider how to leverage your network to get out of your way and get more done. You may have worked on this feedback without satisfying results. Managers are responsible for product delivery, project implementation, new ideas, and service improvement. But all too often, things don’t go as planned. If you’re in this situation, you might gain feedback like this: You’re not performing up to expectations. You need to do better.

Enterprise 2.0: A Transition From Destination Site To Platform Services

Collaborative Thinking

You may come out with a validation of the current approach – or you may not. If there is a desire to leverage shared services and common infrastructure, what platform is best suited to deliver the broadest array of solutions? Can a domain-specific solution be integrated with the core platform and infrastructure that the organization prefers to leverage?

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The 1-minute guide to the digital divide

e-Moderation Station

For example, within a high resource context, we may have disadvantaged groups (such as migrants, or the homeless). We may also have a considerable divide between urban and rural areas, in terms of access to technology and infrastructure. Image by Lisa on Flickr.

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Theorizing On Network Ties & Structures

Collaborative Thinking

The idea of the enterprise as a mediator that enables its employees to participate in formalized social structures might be interesting to juxtapose against the emergent social structures that employees informally participate in without the enterprise having any direct mediating role (although there may be varying levels of influence). Communities may form more voluntarily for instance.

Connectedness – The New Differentiator

Governance in a Networked World

High performing individuals are exactly that because they are able to get things done faster by leveraging their connections to access resources. You may feel as it you are somewhat loosing control by having to rely on others.

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5 Web Strategies that Paid Off in 2011

Online Social Networking

Leveraging numerous online and offline sources, such as SEO , social networking sites , social bookmarking sites , email , print ads and word-of-mouth, to generate a flood of targeted traffic to the company’s web content. You may also leave me a comment.

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Towards A More Participatory Culture: Enterprise Q&A

Collaborative Thinking

However, even if we are fortunate enough to find the content, the information may not be presented in a fashion that addresses our need. If activity streams are leveraged, is posting a question into a stream cluttered with lots of other items vying for attention the right approach?

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Growing the Tilburg urban farming community map

Making CommunitySense

Kumu gives you the tools to track, visualize, and leverage relationships to overcome your toughest obstacles. For example, an organization may be especially interested in is direct links with the activities in which it is involved in the community. Introduction: The Tilburg Urban Farming Community. The Tilburg Urban Farmers Community is part of the Urban Farmers for a Liveable Brabant project.

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Connections are Different than Relationships

Alchemy of Change

In the early stages of a relationship, the connection can frequently involve some sort of exchange, even if it may take a little creativity to see what’s being swapped. Some social outcomes can be leveraged for advocacy.

Sharing our inspiration from the Learning Technologies conference with links to all our liveblogs

Joitske Hulsebosch

In this blogpost we compile some reflections and provide links to all our liveblogs, so that you may choose which ones to read.

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Thinking about the Big Shift and the Social Enterprise – confused of calcutta

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The ideas contained in the publications cited above may not be familiar to some of you. The first wave sets up the foundations, leveraging the digital infrastructure and where appropriate the significant shifts in public policy that have eroded barriers to entry, participation and movement in most arenas. Others may achieve those levels as well, but the odds against them increase every day… the pace of change is punishing. – May 30, 2012. May 2012 (17).

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Leadership Development in a Learning 2.0 World


World May 31, 2010 by tomgram Last week I presented a session titled Leadership Development in a Learning 2.0 Possibly related posts: (automatically generated) Leveraging the Full Learning Continuum 7 Informal Learning Services for the Training Function Advanced Learning/This is IT!

Learning While Building eLearning: Part 3 – Facilitating Online

Full Circle Associates

Consider we may never know the effects of our work. Another take away is the real leverage of technology. Also, just by hearing their questions I could pinpoint those slides where the message may not be that clear and I would edit a couple of things right away.

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Enterprise 2.0 Conference: Call For Papers Community, Voting Process

Collaborative Thinking

Cisco coordinates submissions so you may find these under the name of “ SGumpert ” rather than my name. Employees can also leverage the participatory culture of E2.0 Whether you are a new or seasoned employee, our ability to leverage personal and professional networks helps us transition and excel in new roles, relationships, and collaborative work. For the upcoming Enterprise 2.0

Deb Lavoy on Promoting the Purpose Driven Organization and Designing the Collaborative Enterprise

Portals and KM

There are different requirements here as connective collaboration “requires a broad, loosely connected community that can maintain awareness of activity, and ideally, technology that helps them find, discover or get pinged about relevant information, resources, insight and expertise - that they may or may not have been aware of – elsewhere in the system.” 

ALGIM 2011 Web Symposium- I'm Keynoting

Michael Sampson - Currents

ALGIM, the Association of Local Government Information Management, is running a two-day Web Symposium in early May 2011 in Wellington. I will be presenting the keynote speech on Monday May 2, on collaboration. Collaboration offers a way for people to work together effectively - leveraging the best that each person best brings to the table.

New Industry Report: The New Rules of the Collaborative Economy

Online Community Strategy

The role of brand in the collaborative economy presents an opportunity for large brands to take advantage by marketing on trust or partnering with sharing services to leverage their brand. As sharing services grow, they will become disassociated with local communities and traditional businesses may be in a better position to provide the convenience of local goods that appeal to community-minded sharers.

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Enabling Participation: More Art Than Science

Collaborative Thinking

A top-down approach enables project teams to leverage management as champions. These people may be viewed as “power users”, “evangelists”, or are simply trusted by colleagues for their judgment and high level of performance. For instance, if people want to comment on the content, they may have to create their profile. Over the years, I’ve talked to a lot of project teams and people involved in Enterprise 2.0 initiatives.

Breaking down silos, what does that mean? | @Greg2dot0's Blog

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Lastly, breaking down silos enables expertise to be leveraged across the entire enterprise. One of the behaviors that is prevalent in silos is local optimization where decisions get made that are good for the silo, but may be bad for others or the company. @Greg2dot0's Blog.

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Mirror Mirror, On the Wall: Learning in a Crowded Life

Full Circle Associates

We may lack some basic structure or affordances TO reflect. 14 years ago I did my first overseas gig in Central Asia. I stayed with the project over three years including a number of trips to Armenia to work with the team on the ground.

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Clearing the ground to claim Big Society for ourselves

Social Reporter

It is an open forum, that may evolve into a network and enterprise. Tough though it may be, we need to co-design the process … not just add 2.0, My contact readily agreed to use mainstream media leverage to help this bottom-up process.

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New emerging practices for trainers and facilitators

Joitske Hulsebosch

Based on my own experiences, I'd say facilitators who want to leverage the opportunities offered by social media need to adopt the following practices: Select and manage your own tools. This may be the reason why not many trainers have made a real shift.

Balancing Tasks & Relationships – The Art of Engagement

Alchemy of Change

They’re able to do this because they understand the amazing leverage that comes from engaging people outside the organization in doing the work of the organization. There may be an issue, like clean water or democracy, that speaks to us on a very deep level.

Stacking the Deck: Using Organizational Networks in Talent Management

Partnering Resources

Here are a few ways that network knowledge can help leverage talent more effectively: Network knowledge can help seed mission-critical projects with strong influencers and connectors who can pull on their extensive personal networks to help a project succeed. Avoid talent management snafus.

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Executive Briefing: Why an Adoption Approach is Required

Michael Sampson - Currents

For non-complex situations, the adoption program may last for 2-3 months. Where appropriate, leverage the core strategies that have worked for the organization during the previous adoption activities. Current Practices Don’t Work. - IT departments frequently approach new collaboration and social business initiatives as a technology project. Success is defined as making the system available to the organization.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

and the people in the office youd normally ask are home or otherwise unavailable and may not be looking at eMail. Leverage the network for answers. I have a solution that may help you in your moment of need. These are people that I may or may not even know.

The ‘Sisterhood’ Goes Missing at Board Level

Governance in a Networked World

From network science, this is a high leverage position to be in. He found that independent directors are a growing phenomena, being regularly seen now as an independent champion for company stakeholders, that may not be a focus for the CEO or executive directors.

Introducing the Collaboration Curve - John Hagel III, John Seely Brown and Lang Davison - John Hagel III and John Seely Brown - Harvard Business Review

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Most improve their performance by leveraging a broad set of discussion forums, wikis, databases, and instructional videos that exist outside the game. To make sure we all stay on-topic, all posts will be reviewed by our editors and may be edited for clarity, length, and relevance.

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Network Weaving: The 5 Kinds of Communities

John Tropea - Delicious Community

► 2009 (23) ► December (1) Personalities in networks ► November (1) You may find yourself living in a large network, a. Social Network Analysis Workshop ► January (5) Viral Philanthropy Introduction Points of Leverage for Transformation What is Self-Organization?

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