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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Dave Pollards papers on business innovation & knowledge management September 26, 2008 CCK08 Week Three: Eight Important Questions About Learning and Connection W eek 3 of the CCK08 Connectivism MOOC is principally about network theory. Ive written a bit about this, notably about network analysis (Rob Cross) and network mapping (Valdis Krebs, who was this weeks virtual guest lecturer). How do we discover the people who should be in our networks, but currently arent?

Collect, consolidate, validate

Net-Map Toolbox

We learn about the Net-Map method as we go and define it as we use it. One problem we often encountered is: How do we consolidate different views of various interview partners to get to a common network map that describes the situation? There are quantitative approaches to this, but I am wary about them, not only because they can be rather work intense and complicated but also because of the many assumptions you have to make and the kinds of distortions you get (e.g.

Collect, consolidate, validate

Net-Map Toolbox

We learn about the Net-Map method as we go and define it as we use it. One problem we often encountered is: How do we consolidate different views of various interview partners to get to a common network map that describes the situation? There are quantitative approaches to this, but I am wary about them, not only because they can be rather work intense and complicated but also because of the many assumptions you have to make and the kinds of distortions you get (e.g.

Introducing Social Networking Tools and Social Networking Analysis to Business: What To Do

How to Save the World

September 27, 2007 Introducing Social Networking Tools and Social Networking Analysis to Business: What To Do I attended a meeting yesterday of a self-managed KM group facilitated by the Conference Board of Canada. Mindmaps: Used by quite a few organizations, but not really as a social networking tool. IM:Not sure if it qualifies as a social networking tool, but mostparticipants used IM and found it very successful in some communities.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

It would be interesting to see a social network map that depicted individuals not just as dots (nodes) but with their six circles. This could show what people value in others in their networks/communities, and what they offer, and how that effects both their popularity and the strength of the community as a whole. Category: Social Networking. · Social Networking / Blogs in Business. · Guerilla News Network. benchmarks,quantitative analysis.

Collaboration vs sharing

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

► February (15) swimming the backchannel communities & networks be frustrated dial 247365 being wrong vs being boring do brands have stories? Engineers without Fears Sunday, October 14, 2007 Collaboration vs sharing James Robertson talks about collaboration tools as anti-knowledge sharing. If I understand JR correctly, his point is that collaboration tools are great for specific teams.

Engineers without Fears: collaboration tools: stags

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

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Collaboration tools

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Something like mapping perhaps? Using the map to produce repeatable toolsets. Phase 3: Rich networks Organisation-wide collaboration will only be achieved with the silos are broken down between different spaces. These rich networks will almost certainly be a federated model. What is more likely in the next 1-3 years are rich networks (collaborative ecosystems) and then richer networks - with tools dropping in and out.