Social Media Asia: Ultimate Explorers Thailand

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Tourism Authority of Thailand have a social media challenge underway: submit a video of yourself, be selected to be one of 5 teams competing in the Ultimate Explorers Thailand competition. Competition online Thailand tourism tourism authority of Thailand ultimate thailand experience

Practical example: Thailand

Joitske Hulsebosch

David Mould has posted something in com-prac@yahoogroups.com with regard to his experiences with communities of practice in Thailand: [link] I recognised especially his important point about the extensive social networks (from the countries I worked in), which are very effective in getting questions and answers across.

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Culture: adapting the Wold Cafe methodology in Thailand

Joitske Hulsebosch

Chaiwat Thirapantu describes how this methodology was used to facilitate a meeting of the People's Assembly in Thailand. In southern Thailand where I was born, people visit traditional coffee shops every morning for social and political conversation.

New year, new book: Going Mobile

e-Moderation Station

If you can show videos in your classroom though, you could start off the class by first showing your students this well-known video made (ironically) by a telecom company in Thailand. A new year and a new book.

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Social Media and Village Crisis Comms – Local Gov Councils and Emergency Services #NSWFires

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

PS I wrote a book on Crisis Comms and social media back in 2008 (translated into Thai and used by Government of Thailand) which you can download for free on Scribd. . How information traverses social media during a crisis like the NSW bushfires.

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A peak inside aid

Viv Mcwaters

Most of what I have really learnt about their work has been in bars or at breakfast in conference venues from Thailand to Armenia. A whole bunch of luck, certainly not planning, means I do quite a bit of work with aid organisations.

Practical examples so far

Joitske Hulsebosch

I thought I could list all practical examples I gathered so far, so that if people want to know about communities of practices in a development cooperation context I can refer to this blogpost.

Australia: ACMA caught out

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

The list has been leaked because cases such as Thailand and Finland demonstrate that once a secret censorship system is established for pornographic content the same system can rapidly expand to cover other material, including political material, at the worst possible moment — when government needs reform. Two days ago Wikileaks released the secret Internet censorship list for Thailand. … can we sue them? ONE page on Wikileaks was blocked.

Perspective and the echo chamber

Viv Mcwaters

We’d heard of using improv to treat post-traumatic stress in war veterans, in training firefighters, for teaching language skills in Thailand. There was a moment last week at the Applied Improvisation Network Conference where I felt particularly despondent. We’d been listening to people talk about what they are doing in taking improvisation skills and practices out of the theatre and into the world.

Hotels and Social Media Travel Tourism

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Social Media Asia: Ultimate Explorers Thailand (2). HotelsMag has come up with 10 Internet Marketing Resolutions for 2010 including social media ones.

Facebook: MI6 wife’s photos

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

workshops focussing on these kinds of issues to staff of Singapore, Brunei, Thailand, Malaysia and maybe Vietnam and China Governments. When people ask “ why do young people post up photos of themselves drunk and throwing up at parties?

P2P: an introduction to Peer to Peer by Michel Bauwens

The Bumble Bee

Michel currently lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Michel Bauwens is founder of the Foundation for Peer-to-Peer Alternatives which explores "peer production, governance, and property" and resonates in many ways with Bioteams.

What the new global middle class can do

Chris Corrigan

Seen in this light, the rising incidence of protests and dissent in China, Russia, Thailand, and the Arab world is not surprising. Here is a case of getting seduced by the numbers and sucked into the wrong thinking. This article is looking for interesting ways to measure the growth of the global middle class. It does a generally poor job of it. The whole article is a bit of a dodge.

Academy Awards: Oscars Social Media

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Social Media Asia: Ultimate Explorers Thailand (2). The Oscars are currently on TV. I’m not watching it – sorry Channel Nine – but I am flicking between the streaming webpage, tweets and other bits an bobs of sites.

Workshop Podcasting for development

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

Anyone can podcast so they provide excellent opportunities for personal messages and storytelling, such as those from Christian Aid relief workers reporting on field visits or Ryanne who communicates her experiences about her visit to organisations in Thailand.

Where I Might Be Meant to Live - II

How to Save the World

Amazon, Thailand, South Pacific). Where Perhaps I'm Meant to Live - II. B ack from a week-long vacation in Oregon. Tree took me to see an old-growth forest and the Oregon coast, both of which are spectacular. I decided it was a good time to review my list of the places I am thinking of 'walking away to', based on comments from readers and some of my own research.

Where language comes too short…

Bas Rues

Spending some time abroad as I just did in Thailand where you have to speak with the local population in English, when both of you aren’t native English speakers can sometimes result in funny misunderstandings. Not a problem at all, because you mostly just want to order some food or try to arrange some accommodation.

The HBR List 2009 - How Social Networks Network Best

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

For Managers For Educators For Corporate Buyers Harvard Business Review Visit Harvard Business School Harvard Business Review Harvard Business Publishing Archive/Back Issues Customer Service HBR Email Newsletters Cart Store All Products All Articles Sign In or Subscribe Now How Social Networks Network Best by Alex Pentland The humble bee has much to teach us about the flow ofinformation in our own organizations.

Collaboration - Mapping the value of employee collaboration - Organization - Strategic Organization - The McKinsey Quarterly

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The McKinsey Quarterly Home McKinsey & Company McKinsey Global Institute china.mckinseyquarterly.com Help [+] Log In Register close Register Member Center The McKinsey Quarterly is the business journal of McKinsey & Company. Register now for immediate access to hundreds of articles. First time here? Read our Quarterly Basics. Forgot Password?

Competitive advantage from better interactions

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The McKinsey Quarterly Home McKinsey & Company McKinsey Global Institute china.mckinseyquarterly.com Help [+] Log In Register close Register Member Center The McKinsey Quarterly is the business journal of McKinsey & Company. Register now for immediate access to hundreds of articles. First time here? Read our Quarterly Basics. Forgot Password?

Best Online Collaboration Tools 2008 - The Collaborative Map - Robin Good's Latest News

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Print this article | Read this article in: | IT | ES | November 25, 2008 ? Best Online Collaboration Tools 2008 - The Collaborative Map The Best Online Collaboration Tools 2008, Collaborative Map is a live editable map of over 150 of the best free and low-cost online collaboration tools available, picked and selected by passionate users like you and me. Click the map to see the full, public, editable version Thats right.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » What’s happening at the Economist?

Ken Carroll

And I was in South Korea myself a few months ago, and in Thailand not too long before that. Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0 About Ken Carroll « A bit more Joyce Re-thinking language instruction » What’s happening at the Economist?

Emerging Autopoietic Communities – Scalability of Knowledge Transfer in Complex Systems

John Tropea - Delicious Community

capability at Invincible Company Thailand", Building Innovation. First IFIP International Workshop on Distributed Knowledge Management (DKM 2008), Oct, 18-19, 2008, Shanghai 1. Emerging Autopoietic Communities –. Scalability of Knowledge Transfer in Complex. Systems. Susu Nousala, William P. Abstract—Knowledge-based communities are important but. poorly understood systems for helping enterprises maintain their. organizational integrity and address organizational imperatives.