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Use and Adoption of IBM Connections – A Survey

Michael Sampson - Currents

I am running a research survey on how organizations are using IBM Connections. The survey has 17 questions, spread across four pages: – Demographics and Current State of Connections. On the front page of the survey it says: “ IBM Connections is a widely used collaboration and social business platform. The purpose of this survey is to assess current use of IBM Connections in organizations, and understand current and future plans around the use of IBM Connections.

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Blog>> Survey on Knowledge Audits

Green Chameleon

Here’s a short survey that should take between 10 and 20 minutes of your time – do take it, and recommend it to others. Responses are anonymous, but if you leave your email address, I will share the survey results when completed. I’m currently working on a book about knowledge audits and knowledge mapping. I’d like to get a better sense of the variety of understandings of knowledge audits that exists out in the professional community.

State of Enterprise 2.0 Collaboration Survey by Chess Media Group

Elsua

It’s a rather short survey that will take you no more than 5 minutes to complete, but, at the same time, and like it usually happens in these cases, the more of us who get to spend a couple of minutes going through it, the much more accurate and relevant the results would be for us all.

AvePoint Survey on Managing and Governing SharePoint

Michael Sampson - Currents

AvePoint recently released the results of a survey about managing and governing SharePoint. Survey respondents were based in Europe. According to the survey, commissioned by AvePoint, leader in governance and infrastructure management solutions for Microsoft SharePoint, the platform is deployed to support a number of key business needs, including end-user collaboration (93%), document management (88.25%), intranet portals (79.75%) and project management (58.7%).

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DigiLit Leicester - Secondary School Digital Literacy Framework and Survey

SocialTech

We''ve linked this to a survey open to all schools in. survey results to work with schools to plan their next steps and to. creation of a survey tool designed to identify staff confidence levels. The DigiLit Leicester project. has been up and running for nine months now.

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Free Download: Community Manager Salary Survey 2014 by The Community Roundtable and Jive

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. Research

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User Adoption Survey - Winners 3 and 4 #useradoption (and please take the survey)

Michael Sampson - Currents

I am currently surveying people about the user adoption strategies being used at their organizations. Thanks to both Polly and Tricia for taking the survey. Final Days for the User Adoption Survey - 2012 Update.

Future of Cloud Computing Survey - North Bridge Venture Partners

Portals and KM

  North Bridge Venture Partners has released the  results of its second annual Future of Cloud Computing Survey. The 2012 survey captures current industry perceptions, sentiments and emerging trends in cloud computing. The A total of 785 participants, spanning industry experts, users and vendors responded to the survey. This was an increase over the 417 participants in last year’s survey.

Survey: Collaboration in Australia

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Please consider filling in this survey about Collaboration in Australia : Are you currently using collaborative software, or are you planning to acquire it? You will receive a free summary overview of the survey results from all participants. About the survey.

How are you Approaching User Adoption? Please take the Survey

Michael Sampson - Currents

In the months leading up to the publication of User Adoption Strategies: Shifting Second Wave People to New Collaboration Technology last year, I ran a survey to gauge the use and effectiveness of the various strategies I was profiling in the book.

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. Closed-form surveys (e.g.,

Blog Survey

Viv Mcwaters

Click Here to take survey. I’d be really grateful for some feedback as I plan the next phase of my blogging. Thanks!

Culture Surveys and ONA surveys

Governance in a Networked World

He has a piece on ONA and cultural surveys which resonated with me. He observed, as we all have, that the culture or engagement survey results tend to average out the extremes (and potentially the most interesting) perspectives. The survey results usually can be "cut" by department, giving those departmental leaders some localised insight.

Survey instrument: digital workers’ preferences of informal learning opportunities in socio-technical learning ecosystem

Taming the spaces

The survey was developed based on the informal learning interactions in workplaces described by Ley and associates [2014]. The survey items elaborated possible socio-technical system functionalities using the ideas from the prototypes of Learning Layers tools. The online survey comprised of three groups of statements that represent the socio-technical learning system dimensions for informal learning […].

Loss of Mobile Devices—and Associated Data (Survey in San Francisco)

Michael Sampson - Currents

CREDANT Technologies recently undertook a survey of hotels in San Francisco, asking about lost mobile devices. It published the results as an infographic. Over some period of time (undefined in the infographic): - Over 2000 mobile devices were lost/left behind. - 80% of devices were smartphones. Almost half of lost devices are never claimed. How can you leave your phone behind, seriously? Is this the way to get a new phone?

Network participant survey results

Endless Knots

We all (every single one, apparently) filled out a survey about networks that can inform our forward movement including the creation of a community of practice around networks. There's more more more but now we're breaking out again in new small groups to talk about what the survey results say to each of us personally.

Social Software Survey

Portals and KM

You can access a survey that they are launching just now from their invitation page. Christian and Mike are partnering with InfoToday (who manages KMWorld) and with SLA (Special Libraries Association), which may attract a slightly different audience from the AIIM survey I previously asked people to take. Please take the survey and encourage others to do so. I have been talking on and off with Christian Gray after almost meeting him in person at KMWorld and SLA conferences.

Collaborative Thinking: AP-AOL Instant Messaging Trends Survey

Collaborative Thinking

Nearly half of teenage girls surveyed have used instant messaging to say something they would not say in person, compared with just over a third of teenage boys.

User Adoption Survey - Winner 5

Michael Sampson - Currents

I have been running a survey on approaches to user adoption for the past couple of months. The survey will be closed next week, so you still have a few more days to take part, but the fifth and final winner of a book is: - Michael from the United States, with a copy of Collaboration Roadmap (2011). Thanks to Michael for taking the survey, as well as to everyone else who has invested some of their time into my research.

Blog>> Please Take Our Survey on Expertise

Green Chameleon

We’ve now got to the point where we’re starting to get some insights that we’d like to check out on a larger scale through a survey. Please do visit and take the survey and pass it on to anyone else you think might be interested.

Network participant survey results - #ntwk

Endless Knots

We all (every single one, apparently) filled out a survey about networks that can inform our forward movement including the creation of a community of practice around networks. There's more more more but now we're breaking out again in new small groups to talk about what the survey results say to each of us personally

Slideshare for sharing survey results

Viv Mcwaters

This slideshow brings together a range of my interests. Regular readers will know that I have a thing for improv, and try and attend the annual Applied Improv Conference to get my dose of spontaneity, new ideas, laughs, connecting with old friends, meeting cool new people and a general injection of enthusiasm and potential collaborations. In the last couple of years I’ve helped gather feedback about the conference, analysed the results and prepared a slideshow to share the results.

Take the Intranet 2.0 Global Survey 2010

Portals and KM

Global Survey. The survey will remain open until the end of March preliminary results will be available in April. Global Survey 2010 reveal that nearly 60% of organizations have blogs on the intranet. Here are some useful results from last year’s survey.   Take the survey to contribute to the results and find out Toby Ward of Prescient Digital Media is running an Intranet 2.0 The more participants, the better the results.

Global Intranets Survey 2010 Now Open

Michael Sampson - Currents

Jane McConnell's Global Intranet Survey is in its 5th year. At the end of the survey process, Jane writes a very helpful summary of the key trends in Intranets. One way to get a copy of the final report is to take the survey!

User Adoption Strategies: Please Take the Survey!

Michael Sampson - Currents

Could you please help me with a survey on user adoption strategies for collaboration technologies? Take the Survey Now! It's focused on user adoption strategies generally , not just for one product!

ICT-use surveys in Georgia and Estonia

Taming the spaces

As an additional task i have done this year some surveys and book-writing related to ICT teaching. Last month we handed over the survey (in estonian) how teachers use ICT as an integrated topic in their lessons. Today i ended the survey of Georgian ICT use (in english). Tiger Leap and Deer Leap are two organizations that coordinate ICT education in partnering countries - Estonia and Georgia.

Intranet 2.0 Survey from Toby Ward

Portals and KM

survey, especially if enough people respond. Here is a useful intranet 2.0 It is being run by Toby Ward at President, Prescient Digital Media. I have taken it as they said you could even you do not have intranet tools. My blog is my personal knowledge management system but there is no firewall at Portals and KM. There is total transparent here. It just takes ten minutes and you will get the results.

Enterprise 2.0 Survey -- Take it, Please!

Portals and KM

Two different client projects have required survey development over the past several months. The survey theme these past several months was highlighted by my participation in review of AIIM's Enterprise 2.0 Survey. If you are in an enterprise of any size, I request that you PLEASE TAKE THE SURVEY. It's a painful process, as you need to match the questions you want to ask with the goals you are trying to achieve.

How are you Approaching User Adoption? Please take the Survey

Michael Sampson - Currents

In the months leading up to the publication of User Adoption Strategies: Shifting Second Wave People to New Collaboration Technology last year, I ran a survey to gauge the use and effectiveness of the various strategies I was profiling in the book.

Organising Knowledge>> Survey on the Future of Taxonomy Work

Green Chameleon

I have been analysing the knowledge, skills and experience needs of the taxonomy profession, and as part of this I am conducting a survey on the present and future of taxonomy work and the needs of taxonomy professionals. I’ll be reporting the results at Taxonomy Bootcamp in San Jose this coming November, and participants in the survey will also get a report of the results (which will include additional research beyond the survey). You can take the survey at [link].

Blog>> Survey on the Future of Taxonomy Work

Green Chameleon

I have been analysing the knowledge, skills and experience needs of the taxonomy profession, and as part of this I am conducting a survey on the present and future of taxonomy work and the needs of taxonomy professionals. I’ll be reporting the results at Taxonomy Bootcamp in San Jose this coming November, and participants in the survey will also get a report of the results (which will include additional research beyond the survey). You can take the survey at [link].

Green Chameleon » Information Management Survey

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Information Management Survey I’ll be keynoting at the Institute of Information Management’s (IIM) National Conference in Canberra next month, on the future of the Information Management Profession (I’ll also be leading a workshop on taxonomies).

Surveying the collaboration battleground

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Events Home Print Surveying the collaboration battleground 07.07.10 We used an online survey to collect our data, and received 42 responses. Later in the survey, we asked respondents what they would do differently if they could run their collaboration projects again.

Mobile Access to the Intranet - Survey #mobile #intranets

Michael Sampson - Currents

Sabel Online and Frankwatching in the Netherlands are currently running a survey on mobile access to the Intranet : " This research is about the use, needs and developments of intranet. Common terms used in this survey are 'mobile intranet' and 'mobile devices'. In this survey these devices. If this is of interest to you and your organization, please take the survey.

Update on User Adoption Strategies Survey

Michael Sampson - Currents

If you filled out the survey and left your name and email address, you'll get one of the three reports as my thanks. Many thanks to the 407 people who took the User Adoption Strategies report. There is some fantastic material in there, and while I've been talking about it all over Europe, I haven't published the findings here yet. Now that I'm back, that's about to change.

Your street - quick survey

Neighbourhoods

So if you live in the UK you're invited to complete a quick online survey about beng involved in bringing about improvements to your street. Sustrans DIY Streets project is due to complete this coming March 2010 and staff are trying to establish whether there is a need for an ongoing programme. Pic: Sustrans)     Tags: Space and place

Civic society survey

Neighbourhoods

The Civic Trust closed back in April but its vital role in defending local built environments has necessarily been reasserted - the Civic Society Initiative has been busy over the summer and just announced a survey of civic activity by local community groups.

4th Annual Global Intranet Strategies Survey

Michael Sampson - Currents

The 4th annual Global Intranet Strategies Survey opened at the end of June and will stay open until August 31. For more information, read Jane's blog post, 2009 Global lntranet Survey goes live! All participants receive a complimentary copy (pdf) of the " Global Intranet Trends for 2010" report that will be published in the second part of October. The key themes this year are: The workplace. Are intranets catching up with what people need to do their jobs? Collaboration.

Deloitte Survey Finds We Are in a “Media Democracy”

Portals and KM

Dean Takahash at Venture beat shared a summary of a recent Deloitte survey on the state of media. The report concludes that, “We’re living in a media democracy, where no single form of media dominates the attention of Americans. It’s also an age where everyone contributes to the media, not just traditional media companies.” The last part is old news but I found the first part more interesting. There has been discussion about whether blogging will continue in the age of Twitter.

Place survey: the headlines

Neighbourhoods

Headline results from the 2008 Place Survey , which reflects and contributes to local priorities under local area agreements in England, have been published today. 59 per cent of the population felt they belong to their immediate neighbourhood. 76 per cent felt that people from different backgrounds got on well together in their local area. 29 per cent felt they could influence decisions in their local area.