How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Monday, May 18, 2009 Living in the Here and Now (Part 2) BLOG Living in the Hereand Now (Part 2) Mandalaof Being, based on a sketch © Richard Moss W ell,Ive now finished reading Richard Moss The Mandala of Being ,thebook I was raving about lastweek. The good news about the book is that I do like Moss model -- itsplausible and thoughtful and useful. So getting back the the three models of who we are, I can see how Mossmodel of us as just "a space of no-thing-ness.a

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Circling Around To Enterprise 2.0 Again

Collaborative Thinking

Locking your data up in some wiki that has no data architecture, no services interface, no meta model and meta data model. MOSS 2007 exacerbated the existing problem. MOSS 2007 forced organizations to regain control and was the "wake-up call" to the governance problem that organizations had created for themselves. I might suggest that the overall problem is the file-based workspace model itself (rather than a particulat product).

News Updates (December 15, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

More enterprise workers are clamouring for newer models of end user computing in the office. " ActionBase offers out-of-the-box MOSS-based human process management applications for working groups in audit, compliance, investigations, claims, fraud, contract management and for corporate decision management. Coveo on Value of Search. Coveo is hosting a Webinar on December 16, focused on quantifying the value of enterprise search.

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Living in the Here and Now (Part 2)

How to Save the World

Mandala of Being, based on a sketch © Richard Moss. W ell, I've now finished reading Richard Moss' The Mandala of Being , the book I was raving about last week. The good news about the book is that I do like Moss' model -- it's plausible and thoughtful and useful. So thanks to Richard Moss for introducing a third useful model to explain who 'we' are (I'll get back to the other two in a moment). BLOG Living in the Here and Now (Part 2).

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Shining in the Dark

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It’s no surprise we love our models so much. ” “Just a pebble, a small stone actually, covered with moss. ” “Maybe the raven was just modelling ‘living in the Now’ for you, Rafe”, she replied.

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Response to Jed Cawthorne's "What exactly is 'collaboration' - and who owns it?"

Michael Sampson - Currents

To set a little context, we have been taking about business ownership models for SharePoint (MOSS 2007) in our organization. I am currently writing up my Four Foundations model for organizational collaboration, but I don't see much overlap between what I'm doing there and Jed's five divisions above. The Four Foundations model is coming.

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Tom Vander Wall Nails My Sharepoint Experience | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It is built on a tree-branching model. If you are trying to reify and support a hierarchical reporting and accountability model based on the org chart, SharePoint fits like a glove. Our mental models and values permeate the very coding of the software we use.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Finally I outlined a simple mental model that I developed that I have found to be quite a useful method to look at collaboration more holistically and help with the user engagement and information architecture aspects of SharePoint governance. Mental models are a little like that too.

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Year-End Thoughts On Enterprise 2.0 Social Software (Part 3)

Collaborative Thinking

Cisco has transitioned presence into a model that not only supports XMPP and SIP/SIMPLE but has service oriented and REST interfaces. IBM squandered (my opinion) the time between MOSS 2007 and SP2010 to do the type of broad and deep integration with SharePoint that would have given it a beach head to compete when SP2010 does come out. Previous posts: Year-End Thoughts On Enterprise 2.0 & & Social Software (Part 2). Year-End Thoughts On Enterprise 2.0 &

Getting Out Of My Head: My “Presence” Practice

How to Save the World

F or the last few weeks I’ve been practicing learning to be “present” using a combination of methods from Adyashanti, Eckart Tolle, Richard Moss and Gabor Maté (more about him in a later post).

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IA Webinar: Real-time Working with Collaboration | Information Architected

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

by Attendee to seminar hosted at Library of Congress Fans Tagged assessment business model innovation Carl Frappaolo change management cloud computing Collaboration Content Delivery Convergence creative problem solving culture Dan Keldsen disruptive innovation e-Discovery E2.0

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2009: Planning Considerations For Enterprise 2.0

Collaborative Thinking

Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007 (MOSS) is a disappointing platform for social computing in my opinion. Business leaders also need to realize the importance of cultural dynamics and the challenges that go along with changing work models and persuading people to change their behaviors.

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Distracted

How to Save the World

And we’re going to use the most subversive tool ever invented, the story, to show the rest of us we need not be afraid, that the grandmothers can teach us, can model for us, what we need to know to face any crisis, now and in the future.”

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Lessons on the hard job of designing communities in the organization | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

John Tropea - Delicious Community

As Rosabeth Moss-Kanter said in the above mentioned post, when it comes to execution or production, self organized groups without hierarchy are a myth. Top marks for John Chambers and the C-level team for trying to change the overall management model though.

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What You Can Do: A Framework for Personal Action (version 0.9)

How to Save the World

have been mostly checklists, and I thought this time I'd try to provide a model, a process that each individual can tailor to her or his own capacities, abilities and passions. It also draws on the work of Richard Moss, Otto Scharmer, and my book Finding the Sweet Spot. Richard Moss argues. STEP 8: CREATE NEW, NATURAL STRUCTURES AND MODELS. Each proposes a radically new way to live, and models this behaviour through real-world activities, networks and communities.

Tomoye Ecco - Enterprise community of practice software

John Tropea - Delicious Community

With proven design and technology, we help you define (and refine) your strategy with our community growth model, ensuring you get the most from your community investment. Tomoye Try Tomoye Ecco online | Attend an online demo | Pricing and deployment options Overview Community taxonomy Powerful questions and answers Find experts and network Videos, blogs, bookmarks, documents and more Leader and technical features SharePoint powerpack Employees learning from each other.

Paying Attention, and Imagining What Could Be

How to Save the World

Moss grows everywhere, because it can, and because any creature that would eat it would almost surely prefer some place warmer to graze. BLOG Standing Still Until I Really See. Avon River, at Upavon, Wiltshire, UK (photo by Dave Pollard). West Woods, Lockeridge (photo by Dave Snowden).

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The Collaborative Enterprise

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The author cites how and when it does occur as well as how we all need to come up with new models and explanations that we are in need of to explain its occurrence.

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