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FEBRUARY 17, 2009 How relevant are communities of practice in a network age?
I’m not refering to teams using CoP-like social software, like Basecamp as a group space to coordinate and communicate tasks/project. Stowe Boyd, like Dave Snowden , often refers to social tools and naturalistic approaches, ie. also find at work that we need a social network to complement our communities. Top-down.
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BHC3.WORDPRESS.COM Enterprise 2.0 and the Trough of Disillusionment « I’m Not Actually a Geek
| MONDAY, APRIL 13, 2009
Of course, these concerns have always been there, as they are for any technology innovations (just look Twitter coverage in 2007
). Last August, Gartner had put social
computing platforms right at the cusp of falling into the Trough of Disillusionment. RSS
feeds of activities. faces. All of which is right on schedule. world. MORE >>
WWW.SOCIALGLASS.COM Social Glass » “Social Software outs the Bureaucrat”
| SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2008
Glass covering the transparent enterprise “Social Software
outs the Bureaucrat July 30th, 2007
by Jeremy Thomas I’d like to direct your attention over to a great post by Rob Paterson at the FASTForward blog. How might this happen? Please click over and check out the rest of the post. office 2.0 MORE >>
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