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  • ANECDOTE   |  MONDAY, JULY 14, 2008
    [2007, Document] Serena is Serene about Enterprise Facebook
    Serena prior to 2007 could best be described as a company who provided Enterprise Software to manage your Enterprise Software, some call it Application Lifecycle Management (IBM, Computer Associates, HP all play here). We believe they are all related as our mainframe, SCCM and PPM products help you run applications, and our mashup products help you build applications. We came up with the idea in October and moved to Facebook by November 2007.
  • KNOWLEDGE-AT-WORK  |  SATURDAY, JULY 16, 2005
    [2007, Document] Knowledge-at-work: Sharing knowledge - do we know enough?
    IBMs launch-pads Capturing rationale Context, benefits, downsides and reasoning are important aspects ofsharing and major components of meta data and a corporate memory Developing ontologies Possessing a reduced, very focused terminology, where everyoneunderstands the meaning and applies the right term, has profoundadvantages for companies when they come to apply search engines,construct navigation aids, use visualization tools, implement agenttechnologies or index their electronic documents.
  • MANAGE-THIS.COM  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2009
    [2007, Document] Manage This! " Blog Archive " EverNote vs. OneNote
    Management and Productivity Forum Home About Downloads Sticky Note Surprise » « Taglocity’s AutoTag Engine: CRM114 EverNote vs. OneNote UPDATE July 2008: Since writing this post in October 2007, some important things have changed on the EverNote side. Editor and layout is very easy if you’re familiar with Office products. Well, I broke down and bought a copy of OneNote 2007. » Blog Archive » Handwriting Recognition in OneNote 2007?
  • CONNECTING 2 THE WORLD  |  FRIDAY, JULY 6, 2012
    [2007, Document] Knowledge Genres
    This is knowledge that can be articulated, represented in various forms (such as visuals, documents, presentations, interviews), and stored for future use. The emerging theory of distributed group knowledge creation, therefore, needs to allow for a broader definition of knowledge genre attributes that includes abstract and tacit knowledge that can be represented through visuals, documents, and artifacts and stored for use by others. product or service sales).
  • CHUCKSBLOG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2008
    [2007, Document] A Journey In Social Media: We're Cool Now
    « I Guess I Owe You An Update | Main | Private Vs. Public Spaces » December 19, 2007 Were Cool Now Sorry for the absence, its been busy. Pretty soon, we had a big pile of documents. Product Suggestions Someone posted a question wondering what new features we should put into a particular EMC product, one of many hundreds. Having a product marketing background, there was about 3 months of research that happened in the course of 48 hours.
  • ANDREWMCAFEE.ORG  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 2009
    [2007, Document] Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 : Andrew McAfee’s Blog
    a Vendor's QoS and image are the product of longstanding trust and publicity campaigns 2.0 lies in the increases in productivity, innovation and enjoyment it enables. Introducing the pattern examples you say: "[runaway successful products]. Andrew McAfee’s Blog The Business Impact of IT Home Home RSS Search Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0
  • DWILKINSNH.WORDPRESS.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 2009
    [2007, Document] Collaborative Learning « Social Enterprise Blog
    Blogs iVillage Mommy Journal Mzinga provides iVillage with personal journal technology so that new and expecting mothers can document their journey into motherhood. Discussions Ford SyncMyRide To reduce support costs for the Sync product, Ford Motor Company turned to their customers on the SyncMyRide site.
  • WWW.REDBOOKS.IBM.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2011
    [2007, Document] IBM Redbooks | Supporting Innovators and Early Adopters: A Technology Adoption Program Cookbook
    Home Solutions Services Products Support & downloads My IBM. Publish Date 28 December 2007. He is an active member of the open source community, where he contributes code, documentation, and ideas for many Open Source Software (OSS) projects. Her specialties include iSeries, IBM Lotus and Tivoli products, problem determination tools, educational technology, and emerging technologies. -->. Skip to main content. Country/region [ select ]. Redbooks. All of IBM.
  • WORK LITERACY  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2008
    [2007, Document] 2008 2009
    Having realized in 2007 that there’s a very important Knowledge Worker Skill Gap emerging, I felt that in 2008 I needed to find ways to help people and organizations upgrade skills like Leveraging Networks , Network Feedback , F inding Expertise , Using Social Media to Find Answers to Questions , Learning through Conversation and searching, scanning, etc. It’s quite an experience to have a work group edit a project status document real-time.
  • TONY KARRER  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2008
    [2007, Document] 2008 2009
    Work Literacy Having realized in 2007 that there's a very important Knowledge Worker Skill Gap emerging, I felt that in 2008 I needed to find ways to help people and organizations upgrade skills like Leveraging Networks , Network Feedback , F inding Expertise , Using Social Media to Find Answers to Questions , Learning through Conversation and searching, scanning, etc. It's quite an experience to have a work group edit a project status document real-time.
  • WORK LITERACY  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2008
    [2007, Document] 2008 2009
    Work Literacy Having realized in 2007 that there's a very important Knowledge Worker Skill Gap emerging, I felt that in 2008 I needed to find ways to help people and organizations upgrade skills like Leveraging Networks , Network Feedback , F inding Expertise , Using Social Media to Find Answers to Questions , Learning through Conversation and searching, scanning, etc. It's quite an experience to have a work group edit a project status document real-time.
  • ANDREWMCAFEE.ORG  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 2009
    [2007, Document] It’s Like This… : Andrew McAfee’s Blog
    Now, does anyone think that because we have access to identical factories, we`d have to turn out identical products? So instead of turning out products, we [use these digital factories to] turn out business processes — [sequences of interdependent activities that span many different people, groups, business units, geographies, etc.]. The more who can discover what you are building, and try your product, the better the chance of beating the competition.
  • NANCY WHITE  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 2009
    [2007, Document] How I use social media | Full Circle Associates
    I find I now attract clients with whom I am a good fit and avoid those that would not create a productive partnership. In a future post I might try and document the configuration of tools that I use in these practices. This has inspired me to truly take a look at how I use social media in my classroom and document it. #
  • CHUCKSBLOG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2008
    [2007, Document] Chuck's Blog: Why Supporting Knowledge Workers Is Hard For IT
    context: the information about who you are, what youre interested in, what youve bought before, what you might buy in the future, how you intend to use the product, your opinions on this product and similar ones, your ability to influence others in this regard, your ideas on how to make the product better -- all infinitely more valuable than the mere act of selling the thing itself. Did we design the product correctly? Did we document it correctly? October 2007.
  • CHUCKSBLOG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2008
    [2007, Document] A Journey In Social Media: Avoiding The eRoom Debacle
    « Thoughts on Second Life | Main | The MacGyver Approach » August 23, 2007 Avoiding The eRoom Debacle Actually, this isnt fair to the eRoom product. Theres absolutely nothing wrong with the product. A Bit Of Background When EMC acquired Documentum, we found that they had made an acquisition of their own -- eRoom -- which was a web-based collaboration product. But that same tool, in the hands of the rest of EMC, turned into a document dumping ground.
  • FUTURE OF WORK  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2009
    [2007, Document] Going Mobile Overnight: Business Continuity Insurance
    And in April 2007 the San Francisco Bay Area experienced a serious disruption to normal commuting when a tanker truck overturned, caught fire, and brought down a section of a highway ramp leading to the Bay Bridge. There were the usual offers of free rides on mass transit (&# Free rides today as transit leaders work on plans &# – San Francisco Chronicle, April 30, 2007). This is a reprint of the Compass article from our September Future of Work Agenda newsletter.
  • WWW.THEAPPGAP.COM  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 2008
    [2007, Document] The AppGap » Where have all the intranets gone? Long time passing: News, views, and reviews of Work 2.0 tools, apps and practices
    Many vendors in the 90s touted their products as providing ‘knowledge management’ without regard to the true and underlying issues for effective knowledge management – that sharing knowledge is a social activity, not a technology-based one. While these policies and procedures are to ensure that official corporate information is the ’source of truth’ handling it in the same way as we communicate information through our internet sites just isn’t productive.
  • ANDREWMCAFEE.ORG  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 2009
    [2007, Document] I Know It When I See It : Andrew McAfee’s Blog
    product?&# – are just windowdressing on products that are still essentially geared for Collaboration 1.0. Whose products at present come closest to enabling Web 2.0-style collaboration and interaction in enterprise environments? So what happens to products that pass two of the three tests? Do we exclude products that are performing the basic function of collecting that unstructured conversations which is what E2.0
  • WWW.IKIW.ORG  |  MONDAY, MARCH 31, 2008
    [2007, Document] More fear surrounding social media adoption
    blog boris mann business CeBIT change change management citizen journalism city Clay Shirky cognition collaboration Collaborative Technology collective action Community Confluence conversation Course Using Wiki creativity culture customers data center David Weinberger Design & Branding Digital Democracy digitallearning DITA documentation earmarks EDUCAUSE2006 email encyclopedia enterprise 2.0 Web Content 2007 Web-based spreadsheet Web2.0
  • WWW.IKIW.ORG  |  MONDAY, MARCH 31, 2008
    [2007, Document] Mike Kavis on Enterprise 2.0: “bring it in house, plant the seeds, and let it grow like weeds.”
    blog boris mann business CeBIT change change management citizen journalism city Clay Shirky cognition collaboration Collaborative Technology collective action Community Confluence conversation Course Using Wiki creativity culture customers data center David Weinberger Design & Branding Digital Democracy digitallearning DITA documentation earmarks EDUCAUSE2006 email encyclopedia enterprise 2.0 Web Content 2007 Web-based spreadsheet Web2.0
  • WWW.THEAPPGAP.COM  |  FRIDAY, JULY 11, 2008
    [2007, Document] The AppGap " " illumio Transforms Its Interface to Better Match Functionality: News, views, and reviews of Work 2.0 tools, apps and practices
    As with the previous version selections and prominence is determined by your current concerns: illumio indexes such sources as your sent mail folder, your documents, and your web browsing, and keeps the index local and private. About | Contributors | Contact us | Subscribe: via RSS , via Twitter UPCOMING WEBINAR: No Time, No Budget, Fewer People? 5 Big Ideas for getting all that work done.
  • WWW.BASELINEMAG.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2008
    [2007, Document] Social Software`s Culture Clash
    Last July, Gartner predicted that the social software market would triple between 2007 and 2011, from $226 million to more than $707 million. Companies have effective ways of capturing and storing formal processes and transactions, but when it comes to tracking important yet informal information, such as competitive intelligence, and edits to a collectively created document, Drakos says, businesses need a place between the rigid and the chaotic.
  • CHUCKSBLOG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2008
    [2007, Document] A Journey In Social Media: Clearspace Alternatives
    That was back in August of 2007. We wanted a commercial-grade product. We didnt see this as a document-centric problem. So we werent interested in Lotus, or Sharepoint, or even EMCs eRoom and Documentum products. We know well need stronger content management capabilities in the future, but we dont expect Jive to provide that in their product, only the ability to integrate with stronger back-end content management and workflow platforms.
  • WWW.WEB-STRATEGIST.COM  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 2009
    [2007, Document] Forrester Wave Report: The Leaders in Community Platforms for Marketers (Part 4/4)
    A summary of the rigorous methodology: I encourage our clients to be open and transparent about their products and services, in order to build trust with their market, so I’m holding myself to the same rigors, here’s a high level summary of the process: First, we vetted the 100 vendors to submit to a vendor product catalog , over 50 submitted which we used the data to pair down who were appropriate for the Wave report. Product demos.
  • WWW.FASTFORWARDBLOG.COM  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 2008
    [2007, Document] The FASTForward Blog " Retrospective on KM and the Impact of Web 2.0: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary
    Much of the attention and effort centred on integrated information systems and specialized information technology that combined enabled the categorization, archiving and easy access to documents and other codified knowledge. Numerous vendors with KM-labelled products (mostly leveraging intranets) appeared in the market in the late 1990s and early 2000’s. Today, more and more of the established KM-oriented products have added social-computing functionality.
  • WWW.KMWORLD.COM  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2008
    [2007, Document] KMWorld.com: What are people searching for and where are they looking?
    Covering the latest in Content, Document and Knowledge Management. Document Management/Conversion. Image, Forms, Document Capture. In fall 2007, we set about trying to find out. The largest percentage of searches was for documents about a topic (45 percent), particularly for scientific and technical information (30 percent). Information on world steel production. KMWorld Magazine. Subscribe to KMWorld. KMWorld & Intranets Conference/Exposition.
  • WWW.IKIW.ORG  |  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2009
    [2007, Document] How to Find the Right Wiki for Your Project or Organization
    blog boris mann business CeBIT change change management citizen journalism city Clay Shirky cognition collaboration Collaborative Technology collective action Community Confluence conversation Course Using Wiki creativity culture customers data center David Weinberger Design & Branding Digital Democracy digitallearning DITA documentation earmarks EDUCAUSE2006 email encyclopedia enterprise 2.0 Web Content 2007 Web-based spreadsheet Web2.0
  • WWW.ITBUSINESSEDGE.COM  |  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2008
    [2007, Document] Set Policies to Unleash Creativity with Web 2.0 Tools
    Dawson : One of the biggest things on the minds in the business side is productivity. Just saying, "Here’s some basic things about appropriate commentary, disclosing information, enhancing productivity and avoiding network risk." That in itself can be a useful tool, but you can also think, for example, how those results will be used to enhance enterprise search, or access to relevant documents and collaboration.
  • BLOG.ENTERPRISE2OPEN.COM  |  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2010
    [2007, Document] Classification of Enterprise 2.0 use cases
    Sameer’s suggestion was that social software be used for authoring, sharing, and collecting feedback on draft documents or content chunks before they are formally published and widely distributed. They support the planning-and-control-organization of the current operations by registering and certifiably documentating business incidents. Most typically in companies with an innovation management or new product department. Enterprise2Open Bonding the Enterprise 2.0
  • CHUCKSBLOG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2008
    [2007, Document] A Journey In Social Media: We Have Been Live One Week.
    « The Great Taxonomy Debate | Main | Sharing Responsibility with IT » October 01, 2007 We Have Been Live One Week. Basic Processes Need To Be Documented Were quickly putting some basic process in place. Just dont do it with the production system, please. Posted by: Garrett Dimon | October 02, 2007 at 02:15 PM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview.
  • TRACTION.TRACTIONSOFTWARE.COM  |  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2009
    [2007, Document] Traction Software, Inc. | Blog1207: How big a deal is Enterprise 2.0? What do you mean by "Big"?
    Support home Products Use Cases Buy Customers Company News Blog Contact Us How big a deal is Enterprise 2.0? looked like in 1968 May 2007 | Computerwoche.DE - Enterprise Wikis erlauben zwanglose Teamarbeit English Abstract: Hearing the term Wiki most contemporaries think just of the success ofthe free encyclopedia Wikipedia. Wikis are still considered as primitive tools,promoting an anarchic way of working: Since each coworker can changeexisting documents even from his superiors.
  • WWW.IKIW.ORG  |  TUESDAY, JULY 8, 2008
    [2007, Document] Grow Youw Wiki - Mutual Mentoring is Essential to Enterprise 2.0 ROI
    blog boris mann business CeBIT change change management citizen journalism city Clay Shirky cognition collaboration Collaborative Technology collective action Community Confluence conversation Course Using Wiki creativity culture customers data center David Weinberger Design & Branding Digital Democracy digitallearning DITA documentation earmarks EDUCAUSE2006 email encyclopedia enterprise 2.0 Web Content 2007 Web-based spreadsheet Web2.0
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 2006
    [2007, Document] What could ALA do? | Information Wants To Be Free
    I’ve used Citrix’s product and it is IDEAL for committee meetings (if you’d like me to show it to you, just let me know). It is so complex that there is an official ALA policy document which defines most aspects of the relationship.
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2006
    [2007, Document] The Best Web 2.0 Software of 2006
    This reflects the real diversity in online applications from every kind of social media site to online productivity apps. Suite category to cover the growing lists of ensemble software sites such as Zoho's Office Suite that are increasingly treading squarely on the integrated feature set that traditional productivity suites like Microsoft Office and Open Office. During 2006 however, not many of these products saw serious growth and their visitor traffic growth has been slow.
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2006
    [2007, Document] The Best Web 2.0 Software of 2006
    This reflects the real diversity in online applications from every kind of social media site to online productivity apps. Suite category to cover the growing lists of ensemble software sites such as Zoho's Office Suite that are increasingly treading squarely on the integrated feature set that traditional productivity suites like Microsoft Office and Open Office. During 2006 however, not many of these products saw serious growth and their visitor traffic growth has been slow.
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2006
    [2007, Document] The Best Web 2.0 Software of 2006
    This reflects the real diversity in online applications from every kind of social media site to online productivity apps. Suite category to cover the growing lists of ensemble software sites such as Zoho's Office Suite that are increasingly treading squarely on the integrated feature set that traditional productivity suites like Microsoft Office and Open Office. During 2006 however, not many of these products saw serious growth and their visitor traffic growth has been slow.
  • BLOGS.FORRESTER.COM  |  MONDAY, MARCH 10, 2008
    [2007, Document] Forrester Information and Knowledge Management: Lessons In Enterprise Web 2.0 Adoption From The BBC
    Main | Serendipity: A Critical Innovation Success Factor » October 10, 2007 Lessons In Enterprise Web 2.0 Research Documents Information Classification Must Reach Beyond Knowledge Mangement (FREE) SharePoint Success Will Take a Village Stop Managing Web Content! Home Forrester Research « Playing Monopoly With Enterprise Software: Will SAP And BOBJ Build Hotels On Broadway Or Go To Jail?
  • WWW.IKIW.ORG  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 2009
    [2007, Document] How to do a Better Job of Project Collaboration Using a Wiki
    blog boris mann business CeBIT change change management citizen journalism city Clay Shirky cognition collaboration Collaborative Technology collective action Community Confluence conversation Course Using Wiki creativity culture customers data center David Weinberger Design & Branding Digital Democracy digitallearning DITA documentation earmarks EDUCAUSE2006 email encyclopedia enterprise 2.0 Web Content 2007 Web-based spreadsheet Web2.0
  • WWW.E-GINEER.COM  |  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2008
    [2007, Document] Nathan @ e-gineer: Our Intranet, the Wiki: Case Study of a Wiki changing an Enterprise
    Saturday, August 18, 2007. IT was involved only to upload latest versions of content files from the development site onto the production server. Comment by jon silvers on August 21, 2007 7:44 AM. Comment by Mark Wiseman on August 21, 2007 8:15 AM. Comment by Stephen Collins on August 21, 2007 8:02 PM. Comment by Anonymous on August 25, 2007 11:41 PM. Comment by Mnementh on August 28, 2007 1:47 PM. Comment by Patrick on September 20, 2007 2:38 PM.
  • CHUCKSBLOG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2008
    [2007, Document] A Journey In Social Media: Guidelines For Creating A Community
    « Selling Senior Management | Main | Using SM Techniques To Solve SM Problems » August 20, 2007 Guidelines For Creating A Community Im getting a bit ahead of myself here, but I think most people studying SM from a business perspective realize its mostly about creating communities of shared interests that can collaborate as a team. If all you want to do is share documents with people, wed suggest you take a look at the other tools that are available for that purpose.
  • WWW.CNBCMAGAZINE.COM  |  TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010
    [2007, Document] CNBC Business | SIX DEGREES OF COLLABORATION
    The resulting enterprise has seen rocketing sales through its Amazon storefront and is now expanding into new product areas. “I I call it Product 2.0 – although the term 2.0 Try to develop your product with your customers and engineers and do this openly. He also urges the disclosure of any product failings in an open-book policy that ought to give Toyota pause; in a world atwitter with instant feedback, there’s no room for soft-pedalling.
  • ANDREWMCAFEE.ORG  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2009
    [2007, Document] Evangelizing in the Empty Quarter : Andrew McAfee’s Blog
    The customer service department felt more productive and happier, resulting in unquantifiable benefits to customers. Andrew McAfee’s Blog The Business Impact of IT Home Home RSS Search Evangelizing in the Empty Quarter November 7 2006 Comments to this post Lots of recent observations, conversations, case visits, and anecdotes about the adoption of Enterprise 2.0 tools are starting to yield some conclusions.
  • WWW.GAUTAMBLOGS.COM  |  TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010
    [2007, Document] Gautam on Organizations 2.0: Social Media within the Organization
    They are also concentrating on the product itself. I may have a document that I have worked on and I put it out there, fve people add stuff to it. The collaboration results in a document that undergoes constant versioning instead of an email that goes round and round. They are also concentrating on the product itself. I may have a document that I have worked on and I put it out there, fve people add stuff to it.
  • JONMELL.CO.UK  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2009
    [2007, Document] Jive, Lotus Connections and Socialtext | Jon Mell - Web 2.0 ideas and strategy
    Connected Ed Brill Euan Semple Idealpeople recruitment blog Inside Out Keri Owen Luis Suarez Ross Mayfield (Socialtext) Stewart Mader Trovus Archives February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 May 2008 April 2008 March 2008 February 2008 January 2008 December 2007 November 2007 October 2007 September 2007 August 2007 Feb 20 Jive, Lotus Connections and Socialtext Enterprise 2.0
  • WWW.IKIW.ORG  |  MONDAY, MARCH 10, 2008
    [2007, Document] Jason Fried : if you want success follow the chefs
    blog boris mann business CeBIT change change management citizen journalism city Clay Shirky cognition collaboration Collaborative Technology collective action Community Confluence conversation Course Using Wiki creativity culture customers data center David Weinberger Design & Branding Digital Democracy digitallearning DITA documentation earmarks EDUCAUSE2006 email encyclopedia enterprise 2.0 Web Content 2007 Web-based spreadsheet Web2.0
  • WWW.IKIW.ORG  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 2008
    [2007, Document] “fun, easy-to-use, collaborative applications” …in the workplace?
    blog boris mann business CeBIT change change management citizen journalism city Clay Shirky cognition collaboration Collaborative Technology collective action Community Confluence conversation Course Using Wiki creativity culture customers data center David Weinberger Design & Branding Digital Democracy digitallearning DITA documentation earmarks EDUCAUSE2006 email encyclopedia enterprise 2.0 Web Content 2007 Web-based spreadsheet Web2.0
  • WWW.IKIW.ORG  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2008
    [2007, Document] John Tropea: “tools are the conduit for this culture change”
    blog boris mann business CeBIT change change management citizen journalism city Clay Shirky cognition collaboration Collaborative Technology collective action Community Confluence conversation Course Using Wiki creativity culture customers data center David Weinberger Design & Branding Digital Democracy digitallearning DITA documentation earmarks EDUCAUSE2006 email encyclopedia enterprise 2.0 Web Content 2007 Web-based spreadsheet Web2.0
  • WWW.IKIW.ORG  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 2008
    [2007, Document] How the 90-9-1 participation ratio changes inside organizations
    blog boris mann business CeBIT change change management citizen journalism city Clay Shirky cognition collaboration Collaborative Technology collective action Community Confluence conversation Course Using Wiki creativity culture customers data center David Weinberger Design & Branding Digital Democracy digitallearning DITA documentation earmarks EDUCAUSE2006 email encyclopedia enterprise 2.0 Web Content 2007 Web-based spreadsheet Web2.0
  • WWW.MRMERLOT.COM  |  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2009
    [2007, Document] SharePoint is not enterprise 2.0
    Dion Hinchcliff, in a 2007 post on the state of enterprise 2.0 is more a state of mind than a product you can purchase&# and emphasizes that a solid strategy can include but not be limited to the use of SharePoint. As SP began as a web-based file manager, it shocked me to learn that when you edit or move a document loaded onto a SP site, the links are only updated from within SharePoint.
  • BLOG.ENTERPRISE2OPEN.COM  |  SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2010
    [2007, Document] Expert Profile: John Tropea
    It also means working socially productive in silos and bridging silos using visible and open group tools, and connecting silos via enterprise-wide networks. leads to social productivity and activities like crowdsourcing are now achievable by connecting and conversing in public by default, rather than private by default (like the current email way). In the past we only shared finished products in the open, and all the working out and know-why happens in closed email.
  • BLOG.HBS.EDU  |  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2008
    [2007, Document] What's Most Important for Success with Enterprise 2.0?
    The data come from the points of sale – all the cash registers in all the all the stores in all the towns in all the world where products of interest are being sold – and are voluminous. My colleagues and I have documented that beginning in the mid 1990s corporate performance also started to diverge – the gaps between high-performing and low-performing firms in an industry started to widen (and have stayed wide ever since). product?&#
  • FEEDS.FEEDBURNER.COM  |  SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2008
    [2007, Document] Of bread, butter, cheese, and mousetraps
    Again Enterprise Social Messaging: Vendor Replies AIIM Conference: Communities Social Networks Turning Instant Messaging and Presence Upside-Down & Inside-Out Our Online Identity Twitter in the Workplace Understanding Communities of Practice First Take: Microsoft Business Productivity Suite Online - Communications Online Sponsored Conversations: Four Models But Nothing Perfect Social Messaging Socialtext Signals: Before We Get Too Excited.
  • BLOG.HBS.EDU  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2006
    [2007, Document] Now THAT's What I'm Talking About!
    The data come from the points of sale – all the cash registers in all the all the stores in all the towns in all the world where products of interest are being sold – and are voluminous. My colleagues and I have documented that beginning in the mid 1990s corporate performance also started to diverge – the gaps between high-performing and low-performing firms in an industry started to widen (and have stayed wide ever since). product?&#
  • BLOG.HBS.EDU  |  SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 2008
    [2007, Document] Why Not Widen the Flow?
    The data come from the points of sale – all the cash registers in all the all the stores in all the towns in all the world where products of interest are being sold – and are voluminous. My colleagues and I have documented that beginning in the mid 1990s corporate performance also started to diverge – the gaps between high-performing and low-performing firms in an industry started to widen (and have stayed wide ever since). product?&#
  • WWW.INFOWORLD.COM  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2006
    [2007, Document] Reinventing the intranet | InfoWorld | Column | 2006-04-05 | By Jon Udell
    Free IT resource Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) May 22-23, 2007 Sponsored by OSBC Free IT resource Virtualization Insights from Top Experts - Learn how virtualization gets real! Inside the enterprise, teams, tasks, products, and services define metadata vocabularies that the Internet search giants would kill for. This system pays for itself in improved personal productivity alone. Share documents and applications, address support challenges.
  • SOFTWAREWIKI.DACHISGROUP.COM  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2009
    [2007, Document] Social Software Resources (Dachis Group Social Software Wiki)
    Showing 259 items Name Description Address Representative Clients Business Model Location Top Industries Targeted Sort Sort Sort Sort Sort Sort Sort 21Publish 21Publish provides products for the multi-user blogging and publishing needs of businesses, communities, clubs, schools & universities, and non-profit organizations. www.bittorrent.com CA Blinksale Blinksale is perfect for anyone who needs to invoice clients for services or products sold.
  • WWW.THEAPPGAP.COM  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2008
    [2007, Document] The AppGap » AIIM’s Enterprise 2.0 Survey : News, views, and reviews of Work 2.0 tools, apps and practices
    if you read the full document linked above you’ll see the interchange amongst the advisory panel members about this exercise): “A system of web-based technologies that provide rapid and agile collaboration, information sharing, emergence and integration capabilities.&# 2007 : “the person of the year is YOU&# In the former, a person is looking at a PC.
  • ENTERPRISE2BLOG.COM  |  MONDAY, APRIL 6, 2009
    [2007, Document] Enterprise 2.0 Blog » Blog Archive » There is No Such Thing as Culture Change
    If the company is mulling shifting focus from manufacturing declining margins product X to manufacturing newbie product Y, you first have to argue that Y demands a different culture. This is a case where the technology had better meet the productivity expectations of the users. Don’t Blame Culture for Your Misunderstanding of Incentives: Librarians and change-management/workforce aging people from HR would love to see Boomer knowledge documented before they retire.
  • BLOG.HBS.EDU  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2006
    [2007, Document] The Trends Underlying Enterprise 2.0
    The data come from the points of sale – all the cash registers in all the all the stores in all the towns in all the world where products of interest are being sold – and are voluminous. My colleagues and I have documented that beginning in the mid 1990s corporate performance also started to diverge – the gaps between high-performing and low-performing firms in an industry started to widen (and have stayed wide ever since). product?&#
  • BLOG.HBS.EDU  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 2006
    [2007, Document] Among the Wikimaniacs
    The data come from the points of sale – all the cash registers in all the all the stores in all the towns in all the world where products of interest are being sold – and are voluminous. My colleagues and I have documented that beginning in the mid 1990s corporate performance also started to diverge – the gaps between high-performing and low-performing firms in an industry started to widen (and have stayed wide ever since). product?&#
  • BLOG.HBS.EDU  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2006
    [2007, Document] Boundary Spanning at Office 2.0
    The data come from the points of sale – all the cash registers in all the all the stores in all the towns in all the world where products of interest are being sold – and are voluminous. My colleagues and I have documented that beginning in the mid 1990s corporate performance also started to diverge – the gaps between high-performing and low-performing firms in an industry started to widen (and have stayed wide ever since). product?&#
  • BLOG.HBS.EDU  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2006
    [2007, Document] Evangelizing in the Empty Quarter
    The data come from the points of sale – all the cash registers in all the all the stores in all the towns in all the world where products of interest are being sold – and are voluminous. My colleagues and I have documented that beginning in the mid 1990s corporate performance also started to diverge – the gaps between high-performing and low-performing firms in an industry started to widen (and have stayed wide ever since). product?&#
  • BLOG.HBS.EDU  |  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2008
    [2007, Document] Here comes the neighbourhood
    The data come from the points of sale – all the cash registers in all the all the stores in all the towns in all the world where products of interest are being sold – and are voluminous. My colleagues and I have documented that beginning in the mid 1990s corporate performance also started to diverge – the gaps between high-performing and low-performing firms in an industry started to widen (and have stayed wide ever since). product?&#
  • BLOG.HBS.EDU  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2008
    [2007, Document] Why Not Widen the Flow?
    The data come from the points of sale – all the cash registers in all the all the stores in all the towns in all the world where products of interest are being sold – and are voluminous. My colleagues and I have documented that beginning in the mid 1990s corporate performance also started to diverge – the gaps between high-performing and low-performing firms in an industry started to widen (and have stayed wide ever since). product?&#
  • WWW.ROUGHTYPE.COM  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2006
    [2007, Document] Rough Type: Nicholas Carr's Blog: Is Web 2.0 enterprise-ready?
    In the excitement of the rollout of such technologies, its easy to document initial "successes" - theres always at least a small group of technologically-inclined employees who will gravitate to a seemingly cool new platform. They are clearly adapted from a technology used in programming to manage multiple contributions to a product. Of course, there is the old school way which goes like this, “let me show you the ropes kid cause you won’t find this in any documentation.”
  • WWW.KPMG.COM  |  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2009
    [2007, Document] Enterprise 2.0 : the benefits and challenges of adoption
    Enhanced productivity. that leverage the productive power of the group, improving both the quantity and. use cite increased productivity (21 percent), acquisition of. holds the potential for increased productivity, more. 2007 KPMG International. The 2007 survey, released in october 2007, extends this. adoption system:filetype:pdf system:media:document Enterprise 2.0. The Benefits and. Challenges of Adoption. By Gary Matuszak.
  • WWW.DELTAKNOWLEDGE.NET  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2008
    [2007, Document] Delta Knowledge: Enterprise 2.0 & it's effect on Organisational Culture
    02 November 2008 Enterprise 2.0 & its effect on Organisational Culture Back in 2007, Tom Davenport posted a critical article on Andrew McAffees Enterprise 2.0 E.g., once weve used wikis productively, perhaps our attitude toward the nature of authority will change a little. I am trying to bridge the gap between theory and application here as I also document the issues I come across as part of my research.
  • WWW.ASCD.ORG  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 2009
    [2007, Document] Educational Leadership:Giving Students Ownership of Learning:Footprints in the Digital Age
    Press Room Public Policy SmartBrief Special Reports Public Policy Contact Lawmakers High School Reform Legislative Agenda LEAP Institute Research Legislation Sign Up / Educator Advocates ASCD Store Books Videos Multimedia Online Services Audio Magazines & Newsletters Downloads MISSION: ASCD is a membership organization that develops programs, products, and services essential to the way educators learn, teach, and lead. I mean, what might "Your search did not match any documents" imply?
  • WWW.INFOVARK.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2008
    [2007, Document] Contribution and Discovery « Infovark
    Server 2007 Overview and DemoPie on Mark Lewis at the 2008 EMC Federal Government ForumContribution and Discovery « Infovark on Enterprise 2.0, Why “put&# that document anywhere? Which (conceptually) you can do, if, rather than thinking in terms of “storing&# documents, you start to think in terms of “tagging&# them.
  • NEWS.COM.COM  |  TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2006
    [2007, Document] Web 2.0 meets the enterprise | CNET News.com
    by lookowt April 28, 2006 2:41 PM PDT [link] revolutionary technology for distance learning has arrived by Mark Cruthers August 7, 2007 3:02 PM PDT Talk about Web 2.0 Reply to this comment Its all about participation by darayush August 13, 2007 2:38 PM PDT In reading through this article it seems like VisiblePath is on the right track. So providing a free version of the VPath product till the sales reps get hooked on to it is the way to go.
  • WWW.COGNITIVE-EDGE.COM  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 2008
    [2007, Document] Imperium cogito
    Read a few documents, conduct more than a couple of interviews and you activate a limited set of patterns through which you filter all future material; unless you suffer some type of cognitive shock (otherwise known as reality catching up). It can be a document, an anecdote, a URL reference, a video, digital recording or whatever. In the case of ERP, they generally at least deliver a minimal product - accounting.
  • MEDIACOMMONS.FUTUREOFTHEBOOK.ORG  |  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2010
    [2007, Document] “Notes, Lists, and Everyday Inscriptions”: Introduction
    ” [link] Yet many critics wondered if this remediation, the fallback to these print-era metaphors and book-based functionality, represented a lost opportunity – an opportunity to think about the relationships between interfaces, media morphologies, their underlying intellectual architectures and digital codes, and the types of human-machine interactions and media consumption and production practices they make possible. San Fransisco: Morgan Kaufmann, 2007.
  • BLOG.SOCIAL-ADVANTAGE.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 2010
    [2007, Document] Cisco’s Collaboration Framework ~ Management 2.0 developing social capital
    In fact, Cisco believes collaboration is the “next big thing&# and is heralding a major transformation in business which provides opportunities for greater agility, exceptional levels of productivity and competitive advantage: “Organizations need to make use of new collaboration possibilities or face a significant competitive disadvantage. The more transparently that happens, the more productively Cisco’s 60,000 employees can work.
  • INCREDIBLYDULL.BLOGSPOT.COM  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2008
    [2007, Document] Incredibly Dull: Understanding Technology Adoption From the Customer's Perspective
    Process, and Multidimensionality ► 2007 (35) ► December (3) What I'm Playing: Super Mario Galaxy Web 2.0 Clay Christensen in The Innovators Dilemma , Geoffrey Moore in Crossing the Chasm , and Malcolm Gadwell in Tipping Point all articulate models for the adoption (or lack thereof) of technologies based on their position in the product lifecycle. There is usually a series of "bumps" with each announcement or management memo concerning the new product.
  • WWW.PERSONALINFOCLOUD.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2008
    [2007, Document] Tale of Two Tunnels: Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 :: Personal InfoCloud
    But, the reality is the tools are quite often inflexible (I am not talking about SAP tools, but traditional enterprise tools in general), the cost of time and effort is beyond the gain for individuals to document and annotate all decisions and steps along the way. Quick decisions are not being documented as it is not enough for a document or worth completing a form.
  • CHUCKSBLOG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2008
    [2007, Document] A Journey In Social Media: Warning: Social Engineering Ahead
    « The "Social" in "Social Media" | Main | More Lessons Learned » November 09, 2007 Warning: Social Engineering Ahead As we progress along in this journey, one step forward lets you see what the next step might be. Not only is it an exciting area of technology for our product organizations, we think it has the potential to transform EMCs overall effectiveness and competitive position.
  • WWW.KMWORLD.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2008
    [2007, Document] KMWorld.com: : Enterprise social Software technology
    Moreover, social computing assumes that virtual interaction has value in its own right, separate from any traditional work product. Vendors are also "socializing" existing software products. There’s some truth to that: Networking on Facebook is more fun than sharing documents in SharePoint. Nonetheless, they are useful for understanding which types of products tend to work better for which type of projects. Enterprise social Software technology. By Tony Byrne -.
  • WWW.ANECDOTE.COM.AU  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2008
    [2007, Document] Anecdote - Whitepapers - Building a collaborative workplace
    So does production. There are many large organisations that have bought enterprise licences for products like IBM’s Collaboration Suite or Microsoft’s Solutions for Collaboration who are not getting good value for money, simply because people don’t know how to collaborate effectively or because their culture works against collaboration. On 18 January 2007 he posted a message to Rio Tinto’s collaborative forum, outlining the situation and seeking assistance.
  • WWW.MCKINSEYQUARTERLY.COM  |  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2009
    [2007, Document] Six ways to make Web 2.0 work - The McKinsey Quarterly - Six ways Web 2.0 work - Business Technology - Application Management
    Over the past 15 years, using a combination of technology investments and process reengineering, they have substantially raised the productivity of transactional processes. The company started with basic text-based wikis to share information about films in production and to document meeting notes. A pharmaceutical company tried to generate new product ideas by tapping suggestions from visitors to its corporate Web site.
  • WWW.PERSONALINFOCLOUD.COM  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 2010
    [2007, Document] Understanding the Cost of We Can't Find Anything
    hours a week is 15 minutes of inefficient productivity At an average salary of $60,000 per year that leads to $375 per person of inefficient productivity Now take that $375 per knowledge worker and multiply it by how many knowledge workers you have in an organization and the costs mount quickly An organization with 4,500 knowledge workers is looking at a inefficiency cost of $1,687,500 per year.
  • WWW.INFED.ORG  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2009
    [2007, Document] Communities of Practice
    Wenger circa 2007) In some groups we are core members, in others we are more at the margins. The characteristics of communities of practice According to Etienne Wenger (c 2007), three elements are crucial in distinguishing a community of practice from other groups and communities: The domain. It also needs to develop various resources such as tools, documents, routines, vocabulary and symbols that in some way carry the accumulated knowledge of the community. ideas ?
  • WWW.BOXESANDARROWS.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2006
    [2007, Document] A Web 2.0 Tour for the Enterprise - Boxes and Arrows: The design behind the design
    lets you share and incorporate multiple voices— your customers, your service reps, your employees—who quickly take the product, service, or idea in a direction that you could not alone. concepts to encourage their customers to build communities around their products, provide feedback on products, and, in some cases, even inform strategy. Ask yourself how you develop your go-to-market strategy for new products.
  • WWW.CISCO.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2009
    [2007, Document] Implementing the Cisco Collaboration Framework
    Businesses are increasingly under pressure to find new ways to increase productivity and stay. in the enterprise - as the next phase of the Internet that will increase productivity, innovation, and growth. and increased productivity 4.9 increased productivity 4.9 product and service quality, and opening new. levels of productivity. Cisco’s Productivity Journey Source: Cisco IBSG, 2009 5 4 3 2 1 0 B ene fit s ($ B /Y r.)
  • MIKEG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  MONDAY, MARCH 31, 2008
    [2007, Document] Collaborative Thinking: Microsoft Continues To Fill SharePoint Social Gaps
    Again Enterprise Social Messaging: Vendor Replies AIIM Conference: Communities Social Networks Turning Instant Messaging and Presence Upside-Down & Inside-Out Our Online Identity Twitter in the Workplace Understanding Communities of Practice First Take: Microsoft Business Productivity Suite Online - Communications Online Sponsored Conversations: Four Models But Nothing Perfect Social Messaging Socialtext Signals: Before We Get Too Excited.
  • CHUCKSBLOG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2008
    [2007, Document] A Journey In Social Media: The (Desired) Role of HR
    « Glitz Vs. Substance | Main | No Private Spaces, Please » August 27, 2007 The (Desired) Role of HR One aspect to this journey is to look around at different corporate functions and try and figure out what the ideal role might be for them to play in this journey forward. The glory goes to product guys, or sales guys, or (maybe) marketing guys. Or, rather than send around a Word document with rev control, everyone into the wiki pool!
  • WWW.THENEWATLANTIS.COM  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2008
    [2007, Document] The New Atlantis " Is Stupid Making Us Google?
    ” (Summer 2008) “ Heroism, Modernism, and the Utopian Impulse ” (Summer 2007) “ Our Childless Dystopia ” (Winter 2007) More on James Bowman. BLOGS | BOOKS | CONTACT | SUBSCRIBE | DONATE. CURRENT ISSUE. ARCHIVE. SUBSCRIBER SERVICES. ABOUT. BROWSE BY: TOPIC | AUTHOR. This article appears in the. SUMMER 2008. issue of The New Atlantis. AVAILABLE IN PDF. PRINTER-FRIENDLY VERSION. E-MAIL THIS PAGE. -->. Related articles. ·
  • WWW.LIFEHACKER.COM.AU  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 2009
    [2007, Document] Hive Five: Five Best Mind Mapping Applications | Lifehacker Australia
    Once assembled one can export the map of the content to various forms of documentation. You can even write the documents on the spot. SnoringFrog OctaviaLalime March 30, 2009 at 10:59 AM microsoft onenote 2007 OctaviaLalime MurdockHamjelly March 30, 2009 at 9:22 AM @Kamatari+: I use Mindmeister and really like it. Freedom is more productive than hierarchy.
  • WWW.WEB2SUMMIT.COM  |  SUNDAY, JULY 5, 2009
    [2007, Document] Web Squared: Web 2.0 Five Years On: Web 2.0 Summit 2009 - Co-produced by TechWeb & O'Reilly Conferences, October 20 - 22, 2009, San Francisco, CA
    The "subsystems" of the emerging internet operating system are increasingly data subsystems: location, identity (of people, products, and places), and the skeins of meaning that tie them together. A person has information shadows in a host of emails, instant messages, phone calls, tweets, blog postings, photographs, videos, and government documents. Home Invitation Web 2.0 Summit Invitation Conference About Web 2.0 Summit Web 2.0
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