Why I’m Buying Jay Baer’s New Book Even Before I Know The Title

Ken Carroll

In fact, the revelation was so significant to me that I think it’s reason enough to buy the new book - almost regardless of the title. The post Why I’m Buying Jay Baer’s New Book Even Before I Know The Title appeared first on THE CONTENT ADVANTAGE.

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The Confusion of the Community Manager Job Title

Managing Communities

I have happily witnessed the popularization of the Community Manager job title and I am always meeting people that have it. photo credit: InterContinental Hong Kong I have been managing online communities for more than 11 years. Given my experience, I am afforded a long range perspective on the profession of online community. I have [.]. Thinking

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Community Members Do Not Care What the Community Manager’s Job Title Is (and “Manager” is Accurate)

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. Managing the Community Thinking

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Book Title/Image Option [Flickr]

Nancy White

Choconancy1 posted a photo: The "v" in weaving looks like an "r" but the title suggestion is "Weaving Digital Nests: stewarding technology for communities" FeedbacK

The Leader Who Had No Title

Elsua

Have you watched " The Leader Who Had No Title "? The one where you don’t need any kind of title, nor diploma, nor certification to justify you *are* a leader. You need no title to show real leadership " What do you think?

How do you title a book well? | 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 04 2008 How do you title a book well? Published by Nancy White at 4:59 pm under technology stewardship We are down to the little things to finish up our book, which is currently titled “Stewarding Technology for Communities of Practice.&# Maybe a title like, Connected Communities: Stewarding Technology in the Age of Participation.

A huge sigh of relief – a title | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

We finally picked a title. The title you have chosen is lovely, enticing. I kept sending the recipe url to [.] # Shawn Callahan on 30 Sep 2008 at 1:30 pm One of the reasons why I really like this title is because I can see it entering our common lexicon.

A huge sigh of relief – a title | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

We finally picked a title. The title you have chosen is lovely, enticing. I kept sending the recipe url to [.] # Shawn Callahan on 30 Sep 2008 at 1:30 pm One of the reasons why I really like this title is because I can see it entering our common lexicon.

Twitter: Verified Accounts and Leadership Badges

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Online Community Titles. MySpace at the moment has 404 members with Moderator titles. Both Titles and Badges help to build Identity. . Verified Member titles. Twitter is verifying famous people accounts (companies may come later). Details here. Feedback Form for applying.

A huge sigh of relief – a title | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

We finally picked a title. The title you have chosen is lovely, enticing. I kept sending the recipe url to [.] # Shawn Callahan on 30 Sep 2008 at 1:30 pm One of the reasons why I really like this title is because I can see it entering our common lexicon.

A huge sigh of relief – a title | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

We finally picked a title. The title you have chosen is lovely, enticing. I kept sending the recipe url to [.] # Shawn Callahan on 30 Sep 2008 at 1:30 pm One of the reasons why I really like this title is because I can see it entering our common lexicon.

A huge sigh of relief – a title | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

We finally picked a title. The title you have chosen is lovely, enticing. I kept sending the recipe url to [.] # Shawn Callahan on 30 Sep 2008 at 1:30 pm One of the reasons why I really like this title is because I can see it entering our common lexicon.

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

Nancy White

to I hate titling these blog posts with the words “community management.&# Just the title “officer&# shows us the polarities that we activate when trying to reconcile a network activity with a corporate structure. and my new title is “Community Producer&#.

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Neighbourhoods

Many years ago I had a conversation with someone in which I remember saying I took value from preparing food and handling vegetables. She responded with a look of utter incomprehension: as a modern urbanite she seldom prepared food and couldn't see the point. Why would you do that if you didn't have to? She ate out. As it happens, she went on to become a fairly well-known writer, albeit, you might think, with a fairly limited breadth of experience.

Green Chameleon » Context as Memory

Green Chameleon

Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Connie Bensen on 30 Apr 2008 at 6:49 pm I agree that I don’t like the title of Manager.

Has Community Manager Become an Entry Level Position?

Managing Communities

photo credit: Ross Griff In my last article, I talked about the Community Manager job title and how it can mean a lot of different things to different people. I’d like to continue that discussion today by reflecting on another trend that I have noticed. I am hearing about companies that have training programs for [.]. Thinking

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Anecdote: Will the community of practice get started? A test and the effect of titles

John Tropea - Delicious Community

A test and the effect of titles By Shawn. Our corporate client made a good point during our SNA discussions: the titles they bestow on people could effect whether someone identifies with a community or not. As it happens ‘hygienist’ is a common title and role in the organisation which might help new hygienists seek out and find one another.

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Musings on “community management” Part 1 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I hate titling these blog posts with the words “community management.&# White, schreef het op in een fantastische serie blogposts over de ‘netwerkwereld’: deel 1, deel 2, en deel [.] # SocialButterfly on 19 May 2008 at 8:45 am Hello, I bookmarked Chris’s post and now yours, as I’m very interested in how organizations are developing jobs titled ‘community managers’ or some similar title with the same job description.

Don’t Create Fake Accounts on Your Community and Don’t Lie to Your Members

Managing Communities

photo credit: Renato Ganoza Posting on Branch, Geoff Stearns started a discussion titled “Seeding a new online community.” ” In his post, Stearns asks for ideas and practices for getting a new online community started. He specifically references the video embedded at the bottom of this article. In this clip, Reddit co-founder Steve Huffman says that [.]. Community Cultivation

Enterprise 2.0 Workshop: Organization Next (Screencast Overview)

Collaborative Thinking

Conference in Boston next week will include a workshop on Monday afternoon titled "Organization Next". The Enterprise 2.0 In this screencast (see link below), I provide some background context to the workshop and outline some of the issues we'll be tackling. I also highlight the agenda, introduce our thourght leaders who will facilitate the session, and highlight the practitioners joining us to share their stories and learnings from the day. Enterprise 2.0

Effective Use of Office 365 – September 23 in Brussels

Michael Sampson - Currents

This workshop will be based on Michael’s new book titled Re-Imagining Productive Work with Microsoft Office 365. On Friday September 23, in conjunction with Bart from ihop.be , I will be in Brussels to present a half-day workshop called How to Make Effective Use of Microsoft Office 365.

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Cultivating Collaborative Behaviour

Michael Sampson - Currents

Slide-by-slide: – slides 1-3: title, about me, agenda. – slide 24: Title for the third agenda item. I gave the presentation above a couple of weeks back to a small group of wonderful people, and have finally had the time today to share it here.

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Green Chameleon » Random Fun or Serendipity?

Green Chameleon

There’s a tagging meme going round where you design your own CD album cover using randomly generated elements for title, band name and cover image drawn from Quotationspage.com, Wikipedia, and Flickr. The first article title on the page is the name of your band.

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

Nancy White

to I hate titling these blog posts with the words “community management.&# Just the title “officer&# shows us the polarities that we activate when trying to reconcile a network activity with a corporate structure. and my new title is “Community Producer&#.

How to Properly Use the Word “Forums” and the Term “Online Community”

Managing Communities

What disappoints me most is when someone does this when they are claiming to have expertise in this space – they have community in their job title, they [.]. photo credit: avlxyz Once in a while, I run across an article that uses the word “forums” or the term “online community” in a weird, misleading way.

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Developing a Strategic Approach to Microsoft Office 365 (my slides)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Title slide. Last week I presented at the Christchurch SharePoint User Group meeting on Developing a Strategic Approach to Microsoft Office 365. My slides from that session are above. Presentation flow (slides): 1. About Michael and what I do for clients. Agenda. Office 365 offers many features. Tactical approaches emphasise short term gains. A strategic approach is different. 12-13. Examples of tactical vs. strategic questions. Strategic outcomes require more steps (and uncertainty).

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Virtual Course: Introducing Networks Oct. 1

Networking Action

This module title is Introducing Networks. REMINDER: In partnership with The Network University I am offering a three-week virtual courses for people who are working in, for or with networks. It introduces core network concepts and further develops them … Events

Green Chameleon » Don’t Set Policies For Behaviours You Can’t See

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Don’t Set Policies For Behaviours You Can’t See The title of today’s post was inspired by this cartoon from Randall Munroe.

Enterprise 2.0: social scorecard and social media karma

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Titles for acknowledging quality input. Teacher titles for those that are helpful. I tend to use Titles to show that the “Gods of the Community&# are paying attention and approving certain behaviours.

Green Chameleon » A Constant Succession of Eyes

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about A Constant Succession of Eyes The title of this blog post is a half-remembered snip from Jane Jacobs’ masterpiece The Death and Life of Great American Cities.

‘The New World’. Fact and Truth in 2017

Jenny Connected

am bearing the title ‘The New World’. The first programme focused on ‘post-truth’ and bore the title ‘Nothing but the Truth’. Source of image. Every day this week, BBC Radio 4 is broadcasting a 45-minute programme at 9.00

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Green Chameleon » Talking My Way Out of an Apocalypse (Perhaps)

Green Chameleon

Thanks to Matt for my blog post title. www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Talking My Way Out of an Apocalypse (Perhaps) The last two weeks I guest-blogged over at Cognitive Edge on how we deal with failure in the work we do. I thought I’d present a contents list here for anyone who missed it (shock horror).

Organising Knowledge » Conference on Dynamic Taxonomies and Facetted Search

Green Chameleon

This conference titled FIND ‘08: 2ND INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON DYNAMIC TAXONOMIES AND FACETED SEARCH scheduled for the beginning of September in Turin looks like it’s going to be very serious and low-hype; which is what the field needs!

Government to Networked Governance: A global trend

Networking Action

That’s highlighted in a recent report to the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) titled Networks for Prosperity: Achieving Development Goals through Knowledge Sharing. Networked governance is greatly increasing in importance and influence. And what are the implications for … Net Dev

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The Arbejdsglaede of Employee Engagement

Elsua

But, like I was saying, I learned about Arbejdsglaede from Alex Kjerulf , Chief Happiness Officer (Yes, I know, gotta love job titles like that one! You’re really competitive about salary and titles.

Together, We Can Kill Online Community and at SXSW Interactive 2011, We Did

Managing Communities

Yesterday, I delivered my presentation at South by Southwest Interactive 2011, titled “27 (Fun!) Ways to Kill Your Online Community.&# The premise was simple: I have spent the last 11 years or so building my reputation in this space as part of a simple, but brilliant plan: I want to kill online community. Once and [.]. Managing the Community ManagingCommunities.com

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The power of silent learners

Jenny Connected

The title immediately resonated as recently I have found myself increasingly troubled by the constant noise of the online environment. This week I attended a webinar which focussed on silent learners. Thank you to Martina Emke for drawing this webinar to my attention.

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"A Different Way to Die: How Jeff Stamps Stared Down the End"

Endless Knots

Tomorrow I'm presenting a workshop with the title of the post. And, as per the prevous post, another event at Saybrook's conference this weekend. Here's the poster: Death and dying Jeff Stamps Me

Maybe Enterprise 2.0 Is About the Technology

Portals and KM

conferences in 2007, titled “ It’s 90% Percent People 10% Technology ” that made the same point as Ted did recently. I have been reading about the Enterprise 2.0 conference in Santa Clara. I was sorry to miss it but did attend the June version In Boston.

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