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IBM’s Lotusphere 2011 Highlights – A Proposal for DIA Now Delivered Successfully!

Elsua

Yes, A Proposal for DIA is now a reality. In fact, last year I blogged about an opportunity to propose some Decent Internet Access (DIA), seeing how poor the overall performance from the wi-fi was throughout the entire week.

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Scaling the Management of Your Online Community (SXSW Interactive 2013 Proposal)

Managing Communities

I have had the good fortune of speaking at South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive for the last 5 years. Only a small percentage of people who apply to speak are accepted, so I am very grateful for the opportunity and have worked hard to offer solid programming for attendees to the event. For the next [.]. Managing the Community

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Write a Book, Give it Away and Get Paid #New Rules (My SXSW Interactive 2014 Proposal)

Managing Communities

Please Update Your ManagingCommunities.com RSS Feed Subscription This feed has moved to: [link] I apologize for the trouble. For more details, please read my post on the matter. Thank you. ManagingCommunities.com

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Proposal 2.0 - marriage 3.0?

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

The story: Proposal 2.0. And when that day came, he was well-prepared, holding a banner that read “Proposal 2.0: 5 Geeky Marriage Proposals That Worked. Technorati Tags: geeky , proposal 2.0 , wedding , wired. Ok these guys have worked it out.

Mock Thesis Proposal: Personal Support Networks During Periods Of Employee Transition, Part 1

Collaborative Thinking

Proposal and Rationale. In this work, I propose to examine how employees can leverage the affordances enabled through an internal SNS for personal support reasons during professional life transitions such as: joining the company, moving into a new position, and adapting to new professional situations as a result of organizational disruption (e.g., Abstract. Social Network Sites (SNS) create multiple affordances employees leverage during their employment lifecycle.

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Twitter Symbology Proposed For The FDA

Collaborative Thinking

Pharma Marketing Blog: PhRMA Proposes FDA-Approved Use of Universal Safety Symbol for Branded Tweets & SE Ads. In a telephone news briefing, PhRMA proposed an "FDA-Approved Use of Universal Safety Symbol" that could be used in branded/sponsored ad links (eg, Adwords) and Twitter posts (see image below). Jeff Francer, Assistant General Counsel at PhRMA, mentioned user fees that PhRMA proposed for FDA review of promotions.

IBM’s Lotusphere 2010 Highlights – A Proposal for DIA

Elsua

… Indeed, this is another article with a plea towards, finally, putting together " A Proposal for DIA " Remember that blog post that I put together a few months ago that talked about one of the highlights of the Enterprise 2.0

Mock Thesis Proposal: Personal Support Networks During Periods Of Employee Transition, Part 2

Collaborative Thinking

This post is Part 2 of my Mock Thesis Proposal. Part 1 is located here. The Abstract is repeated. Abstract. Social Network Sites (SNS) create multiple affordances employees leverage during their employment lifecycle. In this Masters Thesis, I examine how a SNS helps employees during transitional periods such as: joining the company, moving into a new position, and navigating through organizational disruption.

Laws to Stop Customers and Voters from Doing #SocialMedia Activism Campaigns #TPP

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Here’s the proposed legal changes. The NSW Parliament has this month proposed a new law outlawing graffiti on NSW sidewalks. Is it a coincidence that the new anti-chalk laws are proposed a month or two after AAA aggressive election campaign to get more funding?

For Your Consideration: My South by Southwest Interactive (SXSW) Session/Panel Proposals

Managing Communities

The SXSW 2010 PanelPicker has opened and, with it, 2,219 proposals are up for consideration for the Interactive portion of the conference. It’s that time of the year again! I am on 7 (yes, feel free to giggle) of these. Online voting accounts for 30% of the decision making process (30% goes to the SXSW staff [.].

Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks: Identity, Graphs, Streams & Social Objects

Collaborative Thinking

I've submitted a proposal for the Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston. Feedback appreciated on the session and if it's worthwhile, indicate so with a "thumbs up". Thanks. link]. . Enterprise 2.0

The five major theories of how people "learn": a synopsis

The Bumble Bee

Over the years, academics have proposed a number of theories to describe and explain the learning process - these can be grouped into five broad categories: 1.

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MOOCs – Which Way Now?

Jenny Connected

Frances Bell and I heard this week that the proposal we submitted to do a presentation about our research into rhizomatic learning has been accepted. Here is our proposal outline, which is also on the ALT site.

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Limiting the Work Day to Get More Done

Michael Sampson - Currents

Writing for Financial Times, Lucy proposes a return to the 9 to 5 workday , citing a number of benefits from doing so, including: - a reduction in time wasted by being at work but actually getting little done. reducing the time allocated to work, thereby increasing the urgency of work but creating non-work / personal time outside of work. allowing people to turn off from work, and not treating employees as though they have to be on all the time. increased creativity. -

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New publication – Knowledge Weaving for Social Innovation: Laying the First Strand

Making CommunitySense

We propose a process for building a networked community-commons called knowledge weaving. Just published: A. de Moor (2015). Knowledge Weaving for Social Innovation: Laying the First Strand. In Proc. of the 12th Prato Community Informatics Research Network Conference, November 9-11, 2015, Prato, Italy , pp.51-64. ISBN 978-0-9874652-4-5. Abstract. Society consists of a web of interconnected communities. A large body of research and practice exists on how to make communities work.

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6 Reasons Your Business Doesn’t Need Social Media

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Years ago, when I proposed running a “social media for your business” workshop or presentations the response used to be “who needs it, just wasting time online” Today most of those responses have disappeared.

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Collaborative Thinking: Burton Group Catalyst Speaker Submissions

Collaborative Thinking

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Wikis, Sensemaking & Advocacy | Main | Social Networking: For Better Or Worse?

A Leaders Guide to creating High Performing Teams (HPTs)

The Bumble Bee

This 15-page executive guide, aimed at leaders and managers in all sizes and types of organisation, proposes and explains a pragmatic and comprehensive framework for the necessary interventions required to successfully introduce High Performing Teams (HPTs) into organisations.

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Green Chameleon » Taking the Pass out of Spill Checkers

Green Chameleon

And in the spirit of this video, I’d like to propose an Advanced Turing Test: a machine has achieved the equivalent of truly human intelligence if it can not only detect its own mistakes but also laugh at them.

Tips for online decision making

Joitske Hulsebosch

In a meeting you propose something and ask around whether everybody agrees and it is done. If you take the lead and do a proposal online, you are not sure when the others will read your proposal and will react to it.

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Collaboration at Work: More Coffee, Less Beer

Michael Sampson - Currents

Lane from Doculabs proposes that social collaboration at work needs to be more about coffee, and less about beer.

The Top 10 Most Common Mistakes in Consensus Process, and How to Avoid Them

How to Save the World

Blocking because you disagree, object, don’t like the proposal, it doesn’t match your personal needs or values, it goes against tradition, you’d have to leave the group if it passed, etc. Starting from a Proposal, Instead of an Issue. Attaching Proposals to People.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Green Chameleon » Explaining KM #2

Green Chameleon

Identifying international knowledge partnerships

Net-Map Toolbox

So the proposed steps are the following: All 20 participants (individually) write the names of the commission’s most important and reliable knowledge partners on index cards (with thick marker and great handwriting).

Distributed cognition at MOOC ecosystems

Taming the spaces

The paper proposes describing connectivist MOOCs as a learning ecosystem. We have just sent away our brand new paper for HCI 2014 conference in Crete this summer. Promoting distributed cognition at MOOC ecosystems Kai Pata, Emanuele Bardone Abstract. We highlight two aspects of distributed cognition epistemic and collective that MOOCs promote and relate these with learning by chance-seeking and […]. distributed cognition mooc

"I Use SharePoint" - a New User Adoption Resource Site from Microsoft

Michael Sampson - Currents

In my book, User Adoption Strategies , I show a four stage approach to gaining adoption of new approaches and new ways of working. Stage 1 is "Winning Attention," with the intent being to show why a target group should be interested.

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Talk about corruption!

Net-Map Toolbox

corruption) beforehand and proposed mapping them too. “Monster, I see you!” ” (picture copyright by puuikibeach on flickr). I’m just back from a trip to a not so democratic nation in Africa and from an amazing Net-Mapping session with urban water managers.

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Growing body of research into MOOCs

Jenny Connected

Connectivism is the proposed learning theory that started off this MOOC ‘tsunami’ (as some have called it), although I wonder if all those who convene MOOCs know about connectivism. In the last few months the number of published research papers, which focus on MOOCs has significantly increased and this looks to continue. In May eLearning Papers published a special issue on MOOCs – MOOCs and Beyond.

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Four rules for collaborating well in meetings

The Bumble Bee

RULE 2: Don't criticise other's proposals - make a counter-proposal! When somebody makes a proposal resist the natural urge to comment on or critique it as this will usually lead only to debate not action.

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Large Systems Change: Core ideas for a newly coalescing field

Networking Action

This webinar proposes for discussion core ideas that are common across several developing concepts including: societal change, transition management, social partnership development, transformational change, … Net Dev You’re invited to a webinar on Large Systems Change: Core ideas for a newly coalescing field.

Facilitating the transition from online to face-to-face conversations and vice versa

Joitske Hulsebosch

Since she wanted all members of the department to be able to propose ideas and actions for all initiatives volunteers lead subteams to brainstorm ideas and propose action plans for each initiative, this was done face-to-face as well.

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Remote Consulting on Collaboration Strategy

Michael Sampson - Currents

Of course, that does depend on the nature of the engagement, but the following services fit very nicely into a remote discussion and document review approach: – Reviewing your internal proposal for a new collaboration strategy. – Reviewing your proposed approach to user adoption. In recent years my international travel has picked up substantially, with public seminars, in-house workshops, and client consulting on the agenda while I’m on the road.

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Why is New Technology Not Adopted?

Michael Sampson - Currents

An IT department goes all gaga over the idea of using wikis for creating documents, and says that it should be used for new sales proposals. But they overlook the need to send the document outside the organization for approval by the client, and the technology that’s chosen doesn’t print the sales proposals to the previous beautiful standard. On The Smarter Office, I posted on why new technology is not adopted : ".

OLDSMOOC Week 1

Jenny Connected

There were plenty of project proposals posted to the Dream Bazaar and evidence of groups forming and projects being started. There is lots of evidence that there was plenty of activity in Week 1. There is even evidence that participants who really dislike Cloudworks are hanging on in there!

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OLDSMOOC Week 1

Jenny Connected

There were plenty of project proposals posted to the Dream Bazaar and evidence of groups forming and projects being started. There is lot of evidence that there was plenty of activity in Week 1. There is even evidence that participants who really dislike Cloudworks are hanging on in there!

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Session on “Applying Network Knowledge” at the Sunbelt XXXV

Net-Map Toolbox

Our proposal for a session on “Applying Network Knowledge” during the Sunbelt XXXV has been accepted and we are encouraging people with interesting presentations on the subject to submit their abstracts (see conference website for details). by Jennifer Hauck at the Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research - UFZ / Department of Environmental Politics.

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Session on “Applying Network Knowledge” at the Sunbelt XXXV

Net-Map Toolbox

Our proposal for a session on “Applying Network Knowledge” during the Sunbelt XXXV has been accepted and we are encouraging people with interesting presentations on the subject to submit their abstracts (see conference website for details). by Jennifer Hauck at the Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research - UFZ / Department of Environmental Politics.

2014 28

SEAD White Paper – Learning Across Cultures

Jenny Connected

We are seeking to survey concerns, roadblocks and opportunities, and solicit proposed actions for enhancing collaboration between sciences and engineering with practitioners in arts and design. Our paper “Learning Across Cultures” has been accepted by SEAD and posted on their site along with a number of other papers. ‘Our’ refers to Roy Williams, Simone Gumtau and me.

SEAD White Paper – Learning Across Cultures

Jenny Connected

We are seeking to survey concerns, roadblocks and opportunities, and solicit proposed actions for enhancing collaboration between sciences and engineering with practitioners in arts and design. Our paper “Learning Across Cultures” has been accepted by SEAD and posted on their site along with a number of other papers. ‘Our’ refers to Roy Williams, Simone Gumtau and me.