My Enterprise 2.0 Toolkit Q1 2010

Evolving Web

toolkit. In a hyper connected world, one has little choice but to participate in Facebook - it's the 800 pound social media site. Lately I've received several requests for my most current Enterprise 2.0

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Civic activism toolkit

Neighbourhoods

In Northern Ireland the Building Change Trust has just published what it calls a grassroots democracy toolkit for civil society.   Citizenship and democracy Governance and participation Here’s a curate’s egg for yer.

Online Community Toolkit | 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… Nov 03 2007 Online Community Toolkit Published by Nancy White Last edited 10/07 Thinking about building or hosting an online community? What is the Value of Participating in an Online Community? Pay attention to your prime participants!

F-Suites for C-Suites: 4 Futures Thinking Toolkits To Help C-Suite Leaders Thrive in a World of Change « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

F-Suites for C-Suites: 4 Futures Thinking Toolkits To Help C-Suite Leaders Thrive in a World of Change. F-Suites for C-Suites: 4 Futures Thinking Toolkits To Help C-Suite Leaders Thrive in a World of Change « Serve4Impact. A Community Information Toolkit. Skip to content.

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Leadership Maxims, Avoiding a CoP Mid-Life Crisis, Library Clips, Knowledge and Learning Toolkit, Ten Commandments for Business Failure

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Toolkit for Knowledge and Learning. The Five Competencies Framework - The first tool in this guide explains how to apply the Five Competencies approach, and therefore serves as a starting point for readers, to help establish clear rationale and entry points for using this toolkit. Six Thinking Hats - This tool offers a way out of the habitual thinking style by enabling participants to use different approaches and perspectives to analyzing decision making.

Great meeting and art? Try Graphic Facilitation

Michelle Laurie

For me, it reinforces that taking time to allow participants to ‘hold the pen’, draw together and be creative is important. After reading this study, I think it not only reduces stress for the participants but also for the person leading the group.

Blog>> Workshop at KM Australia 2011

Green Chameleon

In my workshop I’ll be taking participants through the quick steps in designing a KM intervention using our Planning Toolkit. I’m scheduled to run a workshop at KM Australia on 21 July 2011.

2011 116

Slow Community from the individual perspective | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Connecting, (ironically) to Nancy White’s idea of slow communities (like slow food) and wondering some more about the process of network participation and how much pull is too much pull, etc.

2008 130

Virtual Love Children | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

This post is a response to participation in the recent e/Merge 2008 which I blogged about last week.

2008 130

I’ve been away:Reflections on a Journey Part 1 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Learn, do, revise, learn, do… This time we had 35 people from around the world join the workshop with a variety of needs, levels of practice and, as always, time available to participate. From the informal participant feedback, this seems to be the case.

2008 130

Community curriculum | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

2008 130

Seeds of Compassion Begins in Seattle | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Share and Enjoy: One response so far One Response to “Seeds of Compassion Begins in Seattle&# # Leif hansen on 11 Apr 2008 at 2:03 pm So happy (and a little jealous) that you get to be there and participate so deeply Nancy.

DEANZ 2008 – my place, my space, my learning | 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… Aug 26 2008 DEANZ 2008 – my place, my space, my learning Published by Nancy White at 7:35 pm under communities of practice , community indicators , events , learning Last week I was in Wellington New Zealand, participating in the DEANZ 2008 Conference.

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Online Facilitation Workshop | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

There will be two scholarships for qualified NGO participants. If you want a scholarship, you must commit to active workshop participation all active weeks. Testimonials : from past workshop participants. Participants should have some previous offline facilitation experience or understanding of group facilitation theory as well as at least one year of online interaction experience. I very much hope to participate and learn from you this year.

Rosviz18 reflection part 2

Michelle Laurie

I think it’s going to become something I take with me as part of my toolkit in the future. So many of the participants had already found clear direction for how they are going to be taking visuals forward into their facilitation practices and lives.

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Looking back – KM highlights from 2014 (part 2)

Chris Collison

Whether it’s cartoons, glass knowledge-sharing awards, pocket cards or toolkits, I’ve always enjoyed their love of embedding knowledge in artifacts and their courage to innovate. Here it is being played by fellow participants in the Knowledge Driven Performance consortium.

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References on Lurking | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

If full participation is a stated requirement (as in a job or a course) one must find ways to facilitate and enable that participation.

2010 173

Reminder: Learn Net-Map tomorrow in DC

Net-Map Toolbox

As it says in the invitation: “Influence Mapping of Social Networks – A presentation about the Net-Map Toolkit&#. The Net-Map Toolkit, developed by Eva Schiffer, is an easy-to-use and low-cost mapping tool that helps people understand, visualize, and discuss situations in which many different actors influence outcomes. After the interactive presentation participants will be invited to share their thoughts on this approach in a general discussion.

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A good working or training method is invisible

Joitske Hulsebosch

It has always puzzled me that there are so many toolkits and toolguides in the development sector. As a participant I always get annoyed when the method is very 'visible' and you are clearly part of a trainers or facilitator's plan rather then participating in a natural exchange.

2010 176

Graphic Facilitation Workshop from #sfrome

Nancy White

In living up to the “show, don’t tell” adage, there are some beautiful images created by the participants which I can share. Participants took turns with graphically enhanced flip chart note taking.

Realising the knowledge assets of research for the rest of us – how about a set of recipe cards?

Social Reporter

As a result of KT-EQUAL there’s some very useful guidance available from the i~design consortium in the form of the Inclusive Design Toolkit , and the Designing with People website. I got one idea from an interactive diagram on this page in the Inclusive Design Toolkit.

2013 191

Full Circle Associates " Communities of Practice Series with Darren Sidnick #1

Nancy White

So here we go: The value to participants. Communities have to be of enough value so people will take the time and effort to participate. So technology has become an important part of the community toolkit.

2008 141

Roles in communities of practice

Joitske Hulsebosch

The Ruud de Moor Centrum has recently developed a great networked learning toolkit and formulated six important roles, spread over an internal and external focus. Ruud de Moor Centrum ( toolkit netwerkleren ) Eric Davidove (blogpost ) Michael Fontaine ( online article) Internal roles: 1.

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Leadership Networks

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

For example: We invite you to look around and to participate in any of the activities on the site. Tags: sna network socialnetwork leadership toolkit

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

People are busy and if they don’t see and understand the purpose and its value, they won’t participate. What are the benefits of participation? Use the test question “what is in it for me” from the perspective of the participants. Where might you find potential participants?

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

People are busy and if they don’t see and understand the purpose and its value, they won’t participate. What are the benefits of participation? Use the test question “what is in it for me” from the perspective of the participants. Where might you find potential participants?

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

People are busy and if they don’t see and understand the purpose and its value, they won’t participate. What are the benefits of participation? Use the test question “what is in it for me” from the perspective of the participants. Where might you find potential participants?

Benchmarking Big Society events

Social Reporter

Last week I was a guest at one organised by the Transition Network in Bristol – and I think it sets a standard for the design of any other events that aim to give participants an in-depth understanding of the issues, and the way they may be reported.

2010 188

Social innovation reporting for Big/Good Society (I hope)

Social Reporter

There was a little overlap in those participating, and certainly plenty of shared comment on Twitter, where people followed what was going on through the tags #lbys and #WeEbD, as you can see through searches here and here.

2010 230

Online Community Purpose Checklist | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

People are busy and if they don’t see and understand the purpose and its value, they won’t participate. What are the benefits of participation? Use the test question “what is in it for me” from the perspective of the participants. Where might you find potential participants?

How social reporters can help turn old-style conferences into the new convening spaces

Social Reporter

Bev Trayner and I were fortunate to work together last year on a European community of practice and major event in Lisbon which gave us the chance to develop a first-draft socialreporting toolkit , which Bev offers for download here. We go on to look at how to plan social reporting of an event - thinking about how it may meet the needs of organisers, participants and those not present. Work closely with someone who has insider knowledge of the event organisers and participants.

2009 138

Benchmarking Big Society events

Social Reporter

Last week I was a guest at one organised by the Transition Network in Bristol – and I think it sets a standard for the design of any other events that aim to give participants an in-depth understanding of the issues, and the way they may be reported.

2010 130

From workplace courses to global conversations

Nancy White

This article offers some pointers through the personal tales from two people who participate in communities for their own learning. We participate because we can and we want to improve our practice and we want to produce value for our community. So tapping into the motivations of employees to participate in the larger world is something else to consider. Make sure there is time in busy employees’ days for participation in relevant communities and networks.

Contests and Customer Relationships

Ant's Eyeview Blog

Sweepstakes and Contests continue in our marketing toolkit because the brand achieves the goal to get large groups of people to act in prescribed manner. Brands that use a lot of contests create one positive relationship for the winner and nothing for the thousands of participants. My perspective is sweepstakes and contests are like heroin, it is a short term fix.

Follow-up from the Leadership Learning Community Webinar

Nancy White

We were using a GoToWebinar platform, which I’ll admit, I don’t like because it is really a broadcast tool, with no peer to peer interaction and all participant interaction funneled to one person (and there were four of us involved in producing the event, so lots of forwarding, etc.) How do you balance “quality control” with network engagement/ participation/ responsibility? Finally, talk about participation — don’t assume it.

2011 126

A spot of reflection – shifting from me to we | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

For the last two weeks I’ve been peeking in and participating peripherally in the South African online event, e/merge. The chats attracted the event facilitators plus other participants and have been FANTASTIC.

2008 130

Communities of Practice Series with Darren Sidnick #1 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

So here we go: The value to participants. Communities have to be of enough value so people will take the time and effort to participate. So technology has become an important part of the community toolkit.

2008 157

Full Circle Associates " Musings on "community management" Part 1

Nancy White

For example, if you are looking to build internal member capacity to manage their own communities, what evidence do you see that the community manager is reducing her/his visible participation and evidence of members taking up key community facilitation activities? But my feelings about this are from my own idiosyncratic work experiences as a software engineer, participant observer, and work group dynamics shaman.

2008 100

3 Reasons We Use Drupal Commons for Problem Solving Online Communities

Influence

It’s a collaboration toolkit that’s ready made and based on proven online community best practices.

No 10 petition urges open sourcing council software

Social Reporter

They include online consultation tools, online communities, reporting neighbourhood problems, and a volunteering and participation database. It’s all part of developing a body of good practice that will be packaged in an advisory toolkit. If councils spend citizens’ money on developing systems to inform and engage citizens, shouldn’t they also share the software?

Communities of Practice Series with Darren Sidnick #1 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

So here we go: The value to participants. Communities have to be of enough value so people will take the time and effort to participate. So technology has become an important part of the community toolkit.

2008 141

Communities of Practice Series with Darren Sidnick #1 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

So here we go: The value to participants. Communities have to be of enough value so people will take the time and effort to participate. So technology has become an important part of the community toolkit.

Social Media in International Development Workshop | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

As a participant, you will: Obtain an understanding and appreciation of the role and value of social media. Learn from participants of mixed professional and organizational backgrounds.