Year-End Thoughts On Enterprise 2.0 Social Software (Part 2)
DECEMBER 22, 2009
& Social Software , I wanted to provide a background context on some of the areas where Enterprise 2.0 Social Software lacks definition. is about when it comes to use of social software. Emergent Social Software Platforms remain ill-defined as well.
Year-End Thoughts On Enterprise 2.0 Social Software
DECEMBER 21, 2009
By the way, to confess, I sometimes inadvertently use this term as well to group a collection of technologies into a solution space - which I think is what most people are actually referring to when the market term is applied. is more about how social software is used by people vs. what the social tool actually is. does not address all patterns of communication, information sharing, cooperation, collaboration, community-building, and social networking.
Collaborative Thinking: Social Software`s Culture Clash
MARCH 15, 2008
The portal might one day lead to the nascent internal social networking platform Schueller demoed, he says. Social Software`s Culture Clash March 15, 2008 in Enterprise 2.0 , Social Software | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Social Software`s Culture Clash : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.
Collaborative Thinking: Why Is Social Software So Important?
OCTOBER 14, 2008
Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Lotusphere 2008: IBM Research - Glimpsing The Future | Main | Lotusphere 2008: Social Computing Keynote » January 22, 2008 Why Is Social Software So Important?
Collaborative Thinking: Social Software Vendor Roundup
DECEMBER 5, 2007
Socialtext Traction Software TeamPage Twiki Open Source Social Bookmark Systems BEA Pathways Cogenz Connectbeam IBM Lotus Connections dogear component Scuttle Open source Feed Syndication Platforms Attensa KnowNow NewsGator Social Network & Community Sites Typically offer a mix of user profiles, blogs, wikis, social networking, etc. Our sales folks don't hear "we want a blog" or "we want a social network."
Social Software, Community, and Organization: Where Practice Meets Process « Skilful Minds
John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration
DECEMBER 16, 2010
Collective understanding and collaborative understanding , as Thomas Vander Wahl makes clear, are different parts of what he refers to as the social sofware stack. Once again, Mike Gotta puts the essential point in the right frame of reference.
Forum communities vs social software " eme ká eme
John Tropea - Delicious Community
OCTOBER 5, 2008
eme ká eme Social media. About Forum communities vs social software 1 10 2008 Well, who’d have guessed. While looking for a software fix, I landed on Matt Mecham’s blog and his unscripted rant about the difference between forums and social networks. He sees social networks as pervasive (everyone’s in it) whereas forums are “like content islands in which only a group of people participates. It’s “anti-social.
The Connectbeam Social Computing Blog: Three Ways to Double the Value of Your Social Software
John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM
DECEMBER 20, 2008
The Connectbeam Social Computing Blog A resource and viewpoint from Connectbeam on how social computing is changing the way we work. So how exactly does one “double the value” of social software? Prognostications for 2009 by Industry Leaders Connectbeam as Social CRM?
An adoption strategy for social software in enterprise. Strange Attractor: Picking out patterns in the chaos
John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation
APRIL 1, 2008
He uses blogs, social networks, Web 2.0 There are two ways to go about encouraging adoption of social software: fostering grassroots behaviours which develop organically from the bottom-up; or via top-down instruction. What specific problems does social software solve?
Mastering the Art of Collaboration Through Conversation
OCTOBER 17, 2016
you are now part of a giant social network, or of multiple clusters of networks and communities, who trust you just as much as you trust them, so there is no need to fear being left out. . Can you have too many conversations at work?
The Evolving Web and Focused Social Media
APRIL 18, 2010
In early 2006, I started pushing a concept of Focused Social Media. The point where social media serves as a platform for team focus. Where social media helps people collaborate, achieve efficiencies and build excitement. This was an interesting nest of social tools.
Social Business Begins by Unleashing Your Business Talent
MARCH 7, 2011
Over the last couple of days, two rather interesting, and noteworthy, articles over at Technology Review , written rather nicely by Erica Naone , have been making the rounds out there on Social Web around Enterprise 2.0 An employee reconceived the service, adding better social features.
Collaborative Thinking: Common Craft Adds Additional Videos
DECEMBER 4, 2007
Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Social Media & Pharmaceuticals | Main | Social Software Vendor Roundup » December 04, 2007 Common Craft Adds Additional Videos Blogs is the latest addition.
Collaborative Thinking: Social Applications: Leave The Rough Edges Alone
DECEMBER 20, 2007
Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Designing & Enabling Communities | Main | Enterprise 2.0 I dont disagree with that approach, but I think we also need to think beyond the purposeful aspects of social applications.
How Playing Games at Work Can Help Boost Your Productivity
SEPTEMBER 19, 2011
on how more and more businesses are continuing to block the use of social software tools inside of the firewall, just because they feel their employee workforce may be goofing around more than they should. And not just with the Social Web.
Collaborative Thinking: PARC Forums: People & Social Technologies
DECEMBER 19, 2007
Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Enterprise-enabling Facebook | Main | Designing & Enabling Communities » December 19, 2007 PARC Forums: People & Social Technologies Both presentations are worth viewing. What I find interesting is that we are "telling old stories in new ways" with much of the narrative around social software. Where can I find your software programs?
Missing Pieces: The Activity Stream Aggregator
JANUARY 1, 2012
Social network sites (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn in the consumer space as well as many enterprise social software vendors) display a chronological list of human-readable content fragments that describe actions taken by people and applications. For example, in Facebook this capability is referred to as a News Stream. Activity streams are becoming an integral part of any discussion on the enterprise social graph. Social Networking & Collaboration
How the Social Enterprise Defines the 21st Century Workplace – Moving To The Edge
SEPTEMBER 16, 2011
Yes, I am referring to the so-called Knowledge Web Workers. Specially, those folks who have made the Social Web their new home. Or the Social Enterprise. IBM Innovation Knowledge Management Knowledge Tools Learning Personal KM Social Enterprise
Lead Social Business Enabler for IBM’s w3 and www Connections – Job Role and Responsibilities
APRIL 22, 2013
Now that the word is out there, and since I have been in the new job for a couple of weeks already, I guess it’s a good time to reflect on what does the Lead Social Business Enabler for IBM’s w3 and www Connections do on a daily basis in terms of my job role and responsibilities.
Enterprise Twitter: Not Dismissive, Just Realistic
DECEMBER 29, 2008
I do expect that vendors putting together unified communications and collaboration platforms will be forced to address the type of social messaging represented by tools such as ESME. I would point you to some thoughts I posted earlier regarding social presence as well. In the meantime, I'd refer you to the blog: [link] where you can keep tabs on what's happening. Instant Messaging Social Software
Good on Employees for Not Mingling
Michael Sampson - Currents
JULY 13, 2014
Just before heading off on vacation Juan Carlos Perez published Many employees won’t mingle with enterprise social software on PC World (with hat tip to Stuart McIntyre for the quick find). ESN software is also often billed as the cure for moribund intranets that employees rarely visit, and for stagnant extranets that fail to attract customers and partners. Adoption Collaboration - Social featured
Collaborative Thinking: Bloggers Interview: Mike Rhodin, Lotusphere
FEBRUARY 4, 2008
Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « The Value Of Being A "Generalist" | Main | XMPP and Microblogging (Twitter) » February 04, 2008 Bloggers Interview: Mike Rhodin, Lotusphere More and more, execs at tech events need to single out bloggers as a distinct audience in addition to traditional press, media and IT analysts. Topics include social software, Lotus Connections, Bluehouse, etc.
Screencast: Employee Profiles & Social Network Sites
OCTOBER 19, 2010
I recorded a short (11 minute) screencast this morning to help a customer better understand the role of employee profiles within social network sites. Screencast: Employee Profiles & Social Network Sites. When organizations discuss the business value of social networking, online communities, or expertise location, the conversation invariably includes a discussion on the role of employee profiles. Posted to Cisco Enterprise Social Software Community.
Green Chameleon » On Knowing Email’s Place and an Opportunity in RSS
APRIL 2, 2008
www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about On Knowing Email’s Place and an Opportunity in RSS Matt Moore has a very elegant slideshare summarising email’s relationship to other social software tools, and in the process showing very nicely how email fits within the broader frame of the basic functions of communication, collaboration and notification. Thanks to Maish for the Pageflakes reference).
Collaborative Thinking: Communication Context Still Requires Broadcast & Narrowcast
JULY 16, 2006
July 16, 2006 in Communication , RSS | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Communication Context Still Requires Broadcast & Narrowcast : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.
The Art of Adaptation Does Require Time
JULY 4, 2013
Some time ago I bumped into an article that included a reference to a short video clip where it was indicated how we, human beings, seem to become more effective at the creative process when we have got the constraint(s) of time.
Green Chameleon » 23 Things
APRIL 1, 2007
23 Things refers to a programme of (23!) You start by setting up a blog (which becomes your learning journal for the rest of the journey), you venture into Flickr and social tagging, setting up RSS feeds and blog readers, application sharing, wikis, and podcasting among other things. and thanks for pointing to the references. www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about 23 Things Tired of hearing all the propaganda about Web 2.0,
Traction Adds Action Tracking to TeamPage 5.2
Michael Sampson - Currents
JUNE 7, 2011
Traction Software added action tracking capabilities to TeamPage 5.2 : " Traction Software Inc, the leader in enterprise social software for work today announced Traction TeamPage Release 5.2 Pillar 6, Enterprise Action Management, is one of the key capabilities in my 7 Pillars reference framework for collaboration software at work. Collaboration Software Individual Coherence
Reflections from 2011 – Redefining Your Social Web Presence
DECEMBER 29, 2011
After having put together last couple of blog posts about some of my reflections from the year we are about to end around The Social Web and Technology in general, I guess it’s now a good time to share with the world the third one from the series. Even after the Social Web.
Google Plus and Twitter – How They Work for Me Hand in Hand
AUGUST 1, 2011
I am back to making active use of one of my favourite social networking tools out there, where I have been spending a large chunk of time over the course of the last four years and counting. It’s something difficult to see work just right and scalable in other social networking sites.
In The Next Version - It’s Like Facebook For Work. Wait It Is Facebook For Work
John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM
JANUARY 16, 2015
This private version of the popular social network is designed to provide employees a place to collaborate securely with their colleagues. In the late 2000s a shift began taking place that was commonly referred to as Enterprise 2.0, Social Task Management. In The Next Version.
Collaborative Thinking: The Value Of Being A "Generalist"
FEBRUARY 4, 2008
Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Tag Clouds: Patterns As Well As Folksonomy | Main | Bloggers Interview: Mike Rhodin, Lotusphere » February 04, 2008 The Value Of Being A "Generalist" What does it take to be "good at everything but nothing in particular"?
A World Without Email – Year 3, Weeks 29 to 51 (The Email Starvation Continues…)
JANUARY 29, 2011
Imagine now when people start relying more and more on these social tools and they reach similar levels to the ones I have been enjoying myself for the last few months. IBM Innovation Knowledge Management Knowledge Tools Personal KM Productivity Tools Social Computing A-World-Without-Email
Social Business – *The* Ecosystem
JULY 11, 2012
Well, more than anything else, because it’s probably one of the best, most comprehensive reads you will do to find out where Social Business comes from, where we are nowadays and what lies ahead as our next challenge. I was part of that social transformation.
Public Engagement - Public Empowerment by Stephen Collins
MAY 26, 2009
And it looks like I am on a roll, because here I am again putting together this blog post with another reference on the impact of social software, and its wider adoption, within the Government industry. then you are also going to enjoy the one I am going to reference today.
9 Ways To Increase Your Productivity While Working From Home
MAY 30, 2011
Impose Time Limits on Specific Tasks: Oh, yes, ever since I have introduced The Pomodoro Technique to help me schedule time chunks on specific tasks, specially, rather complex ones, also even the time I spend on social networking tools, it’s made a huge difference for me.
Social Business in 2013 – A Challenge
JANUARY 5, 2013
More than anything else, because in the last three months, while I was mostly away from this blog, I kept bumping into a couple of relatively new challenges that I think are going to present lots of great opportunities for us all in the year ahead in the space of Social Business.
Why Work Doesn’t Happen at Work – A World Without Meetings?
DECEMBER 2, 2010
His notion of these social tools as our modern smoke breaks is terrific and rather descriptive of what we used to have back then when we used to hang out at the coffee corner, or water cooler, having a short break talking to colleagues before getting back to work.
Reflections from 2011 – A World Without Email – The Documentary
JANUARY 6, 2012
To get us started I thought it would be a good entry point to refer folks to the last article I published on this topic over here in this blog, where I covered the latest progress report up to Year 3, Week #51. Towards A Social Messaging and Notification System. Live Social.
How to Save the World
How to Save the World
SEPTEMBER 5, 2007
September 5, 2007 Finally, a Comprehensive Green Shopping Guide -- for Canadians A dria Vasils terribly-named book (and Now Magazine column ) Ecoholic , is one of the most important reference books to appear on the newsstands in this decade. Other Blogging Articles · Social Networking / Blogs in Business · Communications & Virtual Presence Technologies. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.