The Sharing Economy

Elsua

Well, now, here it comes The Share Economy with a far too similar mantra that most of us, socially networked knowledge workers, have been embracing, and living!, for a good while now: Sharing! And all of that, because of a single magical word: share! Let’s share!

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Top 10 Tools for Learning 2016

Elsua

Top 100 Tools for Education – for use in schools, colleges, universities, adult ed . Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning – for use in training, for performance support, social collaboration, etc. Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning – for self-organised learning.

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Trending Sources

List of 3rd Party Social Media Tools #Blab #socialmedia

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Shares Whether you are a VA looking after the Facebook and Twitter of a small business or the marketing manager who needs to social media Monitor Instagram and Risk Management, social media tools to schedule, automate, autofollow, autotweet, monitor are critical to saving time and resources.

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How Do I Make Sense of Social Networking Tools

Elsua

and while I will be answering the first part over the course of time with the various blog entries I’m currently drafting along, I thought for today I’d focus on trying to answer the second part: how do I make sense of social networking tools today?

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Why Do I Share My Knowledge?

Elsua

Indeed, in “ Why do people share? ” he comes to reflect on perhaps one of the toughest challenges to answer for any knowledge worker out there: why do you share your knowledge across? To name: Knowledge Sharing is the Learning, Learning is the Knowledge Sharing.

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Scaffolding for sharing knowledge

Chris Collison

Whilst they are similar in concept to maturity models, the purpose is less to track and measure – and more to create a shared vocabulary to enable more targeted knowledge sharing. I like to think of them as scaffolding for knowledge sharing.

The 10 basic online tools every trainer and online facilitator should know

Joitske Hulsebosch

(photo by Kitty Terwolbeck ) There are lots of online tools that you can use for free or for very little money. Every week I try some new tools (like this week vialogues ) and honestly? Occasionally the high number of tools and possibilities make me restless. I have a tools list (both in a booklet and online in diigo) to try out and I never find the time or have the idea that I''ve tested enough tools. An alternative to this bookmark tool is delicious.

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Reclaim Blogging – On Why Your Blog Still Is Your Best Personal Branding Social Tool

Elsua

Yes, it’s true that I have dumped a good number of social software tools out there on the Social Web in favour of G+ itself, or, at least, thanks to it I have reduced my involvement with those social tools quite a bit. Blogging , in short, is your own personal branding tool.

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Blog>> Visual Collections for Sharing and Collaboration

Green Chameleon

It is definitely not a new trend, though it is accelerating fast; new tools like visua.ly have been launched and Pinterest has developed to the third most popular social sharing tool in 2012. Many tools take advantage of that and two show-cases are Pulse News and Google Currents.

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Addressing Social Networking Gripes with Shared Value

Elsua

I am sure that if I would go ahead and ask you the very same question for social networking tools, they may not well be the same pet peeves, but I am certain you could name quite a few of them as well.

Roadblocks to the Uptake of Collaboration Tools

Michael Sampson - Currents

A recent market research study by AIIM highlights various problems in the uptake of collaboration tools in enterprises: … 93 percent of business leaders believing internal collaboration is either crucial or very important to what they do, and 59 percent holding the same to be true of external collaboration. This means many users will turn to consumer cloud file-sharing services such as Dropbox, OneDrive, i-Cloud, Google Drive and YouSendIt.

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The Sharing Experiment and The Kid Inside You

Elsua

If you would remember, a few months back, I put together this blog post on “ Why Do I Share My Knowledge? “, where I reflected on the main reasons as to why I’m so keen myself on sharing my knowledge across out there openly and in a more or less transparent manner.

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Is this Knowledge Management’s most effective tool?

Chris Collison

One of knowledge management’s most powerful tools. Let me share with you a couple of quotes from middle managers in a smart, knowledgeable organization which regularly spends over £1Bn annually on construction programmes. There are a lot of KM-related words beginning with the letter C.

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Online Collaboration Tools by Robin Good | ZEEF

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Online Collaboration Tools. Software tools, web apps and services for online collaboration. Share. Screen Sharing. Kanban Tool. Mindmapping Tools. File Sharing. Document Sharing. Share. Share link…. Share. Share. Share. Share. Share. collaboration tools web2.0 ZEEF works best with a modern browser. Browse Happy. Upgrade your browser today!

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Jane Hart’s Top Ten Tools for 2014

Jenny Connected

Jane Hart has once again asked for people to vote on the top ten tools that they use when working online. I am not very adventurous in adopting new tools. Technology doesn’t interest me enough to want to experiment with tools I am unlikely to find useful in my every day work. These days, these are the tools I use and what I use them for. I find it a fantastic tool for this. I also use it for shared reading, e.g. to discuss a book. Sharing.

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Barriers to Knowledge Sharing: The Biggest One Isn't Systems

Michael Sampson - Currents

In a research paper he co-authored, Zweig argues that workplaces focus on developing software and therefore do a less-than-stellar job of identifying the barriers to knowledge sharing. "It the company has done a poor job of promoting inter-office sharing. "

My Network Curates My Tool Choices

Nancy White

There is no shared participant chat room. Bottom line… my network curates my tool choices. That’s why understanding networks, having some sort of semi-shared language to talk about them is SO important.

New Leadership Tools: Finding Direction through Network Maps: Mini Case #1

Partnering Resources

Using Network Maps as Leadership Tools. He grew up within the company and relied on standard tools like Management by Objectives, SMART Goals, and so on. Among sharing expertise, innovating, solving problems, and making quick decisions, what were the priorities?

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Sharing Practices from Project Community 15

Full Circle Associates

flickr photo by cogdogblog [link] shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license I’m hip deep into this year’s Project Community course with the Hague University of Applied Sciences. Without using another new tool. If you have anything cool to share, let me know!

Blog>> Knowledge Sharing Activities in People’s Daily Work

Green Chameleon

In my previous entries and at many other locations we discussed that it would be significantly beneficial if knowledge sharing activities of people are not an additional task but an integral part of their daily work. Many platforms - digital or not - require that people access another tool or step out of their daily routine. Integrating knowledge sharing into people’s daily work would be without doubt a strong driver for user adoption.

Some ideas about a tool for community reflection

Learning Alliances

We experimented with [link] (or “wiki surveys”), a tool for public opinion and consultation, and indeed we got new ideas and some interesting guidance on the most popular and resonant ideas. More about Wiki Surveys as a tool for communities.

100+ Tried & True Problem-Solving Tools

Partnering Resources

Too many leaders choose the wrong tool for the problem at hand. What tool do I use? In this post, we share over 100 tried-and-true problem-solving tools. Simple Problem-Solving Tools. Complicated Problem-Solving Tools. Complex Problem-Solving Tools.

Blog>> Users Demands for Collaboration Tools

Green Chameleon

We recently asked a number of business users what they require from collaboration tools within the company. The scope reached from communication tools, documents sharing, collaboration in teams, social networking and a personalized portal. half of the people we asked would require at least once per week to have offline access to the provided tools. In my view, it is far more important to give clear guidelines to the users how to use which tools in specific situations.

Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment – The Follow-Up

Elsua

So I thought that for this particular follow-up I will go ahead and share a number of different new items I have learned about over the course of time, with a short blurb describing them as well, of course, and see where we will end up.

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Is the Sharing Economy Here Yet?

How to Save the World

Sharing Economy. The poor have always lived principally in this ancient economy — let’s call it the Sharing Economy, a name made popular by Charles Eisenstein in his essays and talks and his book Sacred Economics. Industrial Growth Economy. Purpose.

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"If what you are working on is not worth sharing, why are you working on it?"

Joitske Hulsebosch

Knowledge workers have a lot of tacit knowledge and can use the tools available, for instance a phone with camera to actually share how they are doing a certain job. Why do people share how to fish and not how they fix things at work? Sharing successes or failures?

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Pete Kaminski: Tools as Substrates for Community

Full Circle Associates

So it is about time I share this (emphasis mine): I just wrote elsewhere: “ The trick with wikis is to think of them as a substrate for community, and to work on the community, not the wiki. I’m going to share this post over at our Project Community faculty blog as well!)

Why Is Knowledge Sharing Important? A Matter of Survival

Elsua

That man has got plenty of golden nuggets to share around the topics of Knowledge Sharing, Collaboration, Communities, Learning and Enterprise 2.0 Have you checked out one of his most recent blog posts on Why is Knowledge Sharing Important?

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Don’t Start with the Tools: They Are Not Your Final Destination

Elsua

Don’t start with the tools. It looks like years have gone by and we are still stuck on the very same problem we used to have 10 years ago: tools, tools, tools! Show them the way, and don’t start the conversation with the tools alone. “?

KM Tools: Creating a River Diagram…

Chris Collison

I’m often asked to explain what a “River Diagram&# is, and how they can be used to shape knowledge management strategy, and as a way to help communities share and learn. Geoff Parcell and I wrote a couple of chapters in “No More Consultants&# , but some how it’s one of those topics always has me grabbing a sheet of paper, a whiteboard or a napkin to work through the steps in a more visual way.

At last we have a shared framework for deep thinking about digital engagement

Social Reporter

How to make progress when many of the organisations don’t understand or use current digital tools – as John Popham says here – and there are additional cultural challenges.

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Work Together: 60+ Collaborative Tools for Groups

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Business Productivity 37Signals.com - Maker of collaboration tools including Basecamp Basecamp reviews (others listed below). CentralDesktop.com - A full work suite for project teams including spreadsheets, file sharing, calendar and more. ConceptShare.com - Share concept designs and allow invited workers to mark-up, comment, and give feedback. ContactOffice.com - Allows groups to share documents, calandars, contacts, and files. PaulNHS Willums these are great tools.

Transforming collaboration with social tools

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Paradoxically, the metadata—the context around the communications which new social technologies are now surfacing—offers the secret to eliminating communications chaos, moving enterprises closer to fully shared knowledge. Whats the appropriate rationale for adopting a new tool in this case?

IBF on How ConocoPhillips Saved Hundreds of Millions Through Knowledge Sharing

Portals and KM

The International Benchmarking Forum (IBF) Live on March 6 at 11AM EST will feature Dan Ranta, Director of Knowledge Sharing (KS) at ConocoPhillips. Dan is accountable for the strategic implementation of knowledge sharing for the 31,000-person integrated oil and gas company, From 2004 to the present, KS has documented hundreds of millions of dollars in estimated cash flow for the company. See my post - Creating Global Knowledge Sharing Networks at ConocoPhillips.

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Enterprise 2.0 Five Years Later: From Tools To Platforms To Ecosystems

Collaborative Thinking

along with subsequent works, helped organizations think about how people use social software to more effectively share information and connect with one another. With an initial focus on tools (e.g., conference in Boston this June: A shift from tools to platforms. In 2006, Andrew McAfee’s article on Enterprise 2.0, blogs, wikis), organizations undertaking “E2.0”

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Creating Global Knowledge Sharing Networks at ConocoPhillips

Portals and KM

On Friday I attended Driving Business Excellence With Formal, Global Networks led by Dan Ranta , Director of Knowledge Sharing, ConocoPhillips. Here is the session description: “In 2004, ConocoPhillips launched a large initiative to create internal communities of practice that would enhance knowledge sharing within the firm. Seven years later, the ConocoPhillips' knowledge-sharing program is ranked as best-in-class across industries.”. Sharing this is important.

Review of Kate Pugh’s Sharing Hidden Know-How

Portals and KM

Kate Pugh, president of Align Consulting, has provided us with some useful guidelines on in her recent book: Sharing Hidden Know-How: How managers solve thorny problems with the knowledge jam. The book provides a step-by-step process and practical tools that will help organizations harness their untapped knowledge. She provides detailed explanations and conceptual tools that can be used for each.

My Top 5 iOS Apps of the Week – Week #13

Elsua

But since I am embarked already with this post into the existing series of My Top 5 iOS Apps of the Week blog entries for personal mobile productivity, I guess I will just stick to it and share along the next round of iOS Apps I would recommend that may well be worth while giving them a good try.

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ONLINE BUSINESS TOOLBOX: 230+ Tools for Running a Business Online

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Honeypitch - A proposal automation solution that combines CRM and business productivity tools to allow you to quickly combine a presentation, proposal, estimate and contract that can be negotiated online. Comapping - Create mind maps that you can share with your colleagues using your browser.

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ToonDoo - The Cartoon Strip Creator - Create, Publish, Share, Discuss!

Delicious/tag/cp2tech02

Need a visual tool? You can make your own cartoons with this tool - without having to know how to draw. Tags: cp2tech02 visual_thinking software tools