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  • LINKED INTELLIGENCE  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] Linked Intelligence » Blog Archive » Asymmetrical Relationships and LinkedIn
    In LinkedIn, you’re basically either connected or you aren’t — in or out. This is called an “asymmetrical relationship&# , and they present a significant challenge for those who prefer to use LinkedIn to connect with people they “know and trust&#. Should I connect with them or not? I read everyone’s profile thoroughly, look for common connections or possible ways for us to work together, and give them a personalized reply.
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] Value Networks Masterclass in New Zealand with Verna Allee - Trends in the Living Networks
    This has always been true, but in our hyper-connected world the fundamental networked nature of our world is coming to the fore. In my book Living Networks I described how these networks are now coming to life. We’ve seen the rising prominence of network partly in how “social networks” has become one of the hottest phrases on the planet, describing the extraordinary phenomena of MySpace, YouTube, Second Life, Wikipedia, and a host of other new tools.
  • LINKED INTELLIGENCE  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Linked Intelligence » Blog Archive » How to Avoid LinkedIn Account Restrictions
    Whenever you send an invitation to connect, one of the possible responses is “I don’t know [sender]“, or “IDK&#. Some people get caught in this because they don’t buy in to LinkedIn’s model of connecting only with people you know and they deliberately choose to push the boundaries. Or they may have a tighter connection policy than you do — for example, do you connect with someone you met at a networking event?
  • CONNECTING2THEWORLD.BLOGSPOT.COM  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Connecting 2 the World: Lessons learned about Wiki use
    Connecting 2 the World. Connecting ideas, cultures, and disciplines. For example, I had my students blog about what they were learning as they used the wiki. For example, the group taking care of registration, needed to "dump" the names into an excel file on a regular basis so that the limited file space of the free registration software they used would free up (they were only allowed 50 names at a time). Social Networks and Personal Learning: Fiinding th.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Social Media & Pharmaceuticals
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Social Media & Financial Services | Main | Common Craft Adds Additional Videos » December 04, 2007 Social Media & Pharmaceuticals Another example of a company exploring new interaction models: A new Pfizer Inc. a social-networking site for licensed physicians.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Blogging Shoulder To Shoulder
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Of bread, butter, cheese, and mousetraps. » March 15, 2008 Blogging Shoulder To Shoulder One of the interesting trends concerning use of social media by millenials ("Gen Y") is its use beyond "play" I continue to find examples of social media adopted as part of an educational "work style" or as a means of community outreach and/or social advocacy.
  • BLOG.SIMSLEARNINGCONNECTIONS.COM  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] The Future of e-Learning: Chatti et al. at Sims Learning Connections
    Sims Learning Connections Living at the intersection of People, Technology, and Content — with a passion for Knowledge and Learning Blog About IA Inspiration PLE Open Content CoP BA « Enterprise 2.0 A summary: Knowledge networking and community building. “LM and KM solutions need to operate with a more decentralised and socially open approach, based on small pieces, loosely joined and distributed control.&#
  • LINKED INTELLIGENCE  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Linked Intelligence » Blog Archive » How to Avoid LinkedIn Account Restrictions
    Whenever you send an invitation to connect, one of the possible responses is “I don’t know [sender]“, or “IDK&#. Some people get caught in this because they don’t buy in to LinkedIn’s model of connecting only with people you know and they deliberately choose to push the boundaries. Or they may have a tighter connection policy than you do — for example, do you connect with someone you met at a networking event?
  • JONMELL.CO.UK  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2009
    [Connections, Examples] Jive, Lotus Connections and Socialtext | Jon Mell - Web 2.0 ideas and strategy
    project or strategy please contact me: Email: jonmell at me.com Phone: +447973257146 Find out more about me Find Jon Mell on Linked In Find Jon Mell on Facebook Follow Jon Mell on Twitter Subscribe Subscribe in a reader Recent Posts Integrate Lotus Connections and Confluence Jive, Lotus Connections and Socialtext Use Enterprise 2.0 Add comments Until recently, organisations who wanted to implement social software or “Enterprise 2.0″
  • CONNECT.EDUCAUSE.EDU  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Minds on Fire: Open Education, the Long Tail, and Learning 2.0 (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE CONNECT
    Connect Home | About EDUCAUSE | Login Home | About | Issue Archive | Media Kit | Subscribe CONNECT Home > EDUCAUSE Review > Archive > Volume 43, Number 1, January/February 2008 > Minds on Fire Minds on Fire: Open Education, the Long Tail, and Learning 2.0 Thanks to massive improvements in communications and transportation, virtually any place on earth can be connected to markets anywhere else on earth and can become globally competitive.
  • LINKED INTELLIGENCE  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Linked Intelligence » Blog Archive » Invitations and the IDK Button
    « Networking Lessons from Gene Simmons Who Comes First in Networking? » Invitations and the IDK Button In a recent discussion on MyLinkedInPowerForum about the “I don’t know…&# (IDK) button as a response to a connection invitation, Robin Kluz asked the following question : If I invite a person once and they decline, what’s wrong with that? This isn’t networking—it’s what networking should be. networks are trees.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Enterprises Not One Dimensional - Technology Not the Only Influence on the Future Enterprise
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Connectivity Scorecard | Main | What A Yahoo! If you deploy blogs, congratulations, you are an example of Enterprise 2.0. Below (this is timely as well), Ive included the synopsis of a paper I am submitting today on social software trends. took place when networks connected these devices, and then the web, and then.we
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Social Media Press Release - Is There Such A Thing?
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Thinking In Terms of "Literacy" | Main | Recommended Reading: HBR Working Papers » January 31, 2008 Social Media Press Release - Is There Such A Thing? Other times, I see examples where a narrative is woven into the user experience but maintained loosely in the background (re: not so intrusive) and find perhaps some value in SMPR.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Wikis, Sensemaking & Advocacy
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Panning For Yahoo! Gold | Main | Burton Group Catalyst Speaker Submissions » February 15, 2008 Wikis, Sensemaking & Advocacy Great example of a "wiki moment" You come across a topic or issue that is confusing. It evolves into a participatory environment - beginning with your own social network of friends that contribute their perspectives.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: XMPP and Microblogging (Twitter)
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Bloggers Interview: Mike Rhodin, Lotusphere | Main | OLPC in NYC » February 04, 2008 XMPP and Microblogging (Twitter) Via Slashdot : Interesting article, follow the citation link for screen shots of the implementation. The example application that illustrate this article is a distributed Twitter-like microblogging platform. XMPP is very well suited for federating social technology.
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2011
    [Connections, Examples] What mobile apps are essential for collaboration on the go?
    Its new Telepresence Connect service can extend traditional room-based telepresence to iPads and Android tablets. Forrester thinks that activity streams are becoming a critical resource for organizations that work collectively: sales teams, project teams, and executive staff, for example. Yammer’s a popular enterprise social networking tool that is very much like a private Facebook for the enterprise. Social collaboration. IBM Lotus Connections.
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2006
    [Connections, Examples] Moving beyond zero-sum thinking - Trends in the Living Networks
    About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « David Maister and marketing as a conversation | Main | Mass media is “nearly obsolete” for some buyers » Moving beyond zero-sum thinking Ross Dawson, February 1, 2006 8:52 PM US PT John Hagel has a very interesting piece on zero-sum thinking - the idea that there if one person wins, another must lose.
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Industrial policy in the global media economy - Trends in the Living Networks
    Moreover, the educational and social structures required to support them are dramatically different to those that support the creation of an industrial and manufacturing powerhouse. For example, the computer generated animation market has significantly shifted out of LA to low cost centers in Asia, and could move on to other locations. For the most current insights and trends in the living networks, follow @rossdawson on Twitter!
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] Video interview of Ben Naftzger, Atlassian - Trends in the Living Networks
    About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Video interview of Allan Aaron, Technology Venture Partners | Main | Video interview of Brad Howarth, Lagrange Communications » Video interview of Ben Naftzger, Atlassian Ross Dawson, June 15, 2007 3:21 AM US PT This one minute interview of Ben Naftzger, Sales Director of Atlassian , was made in conjunction with the Web 2.0
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] Eight key developments in the global media industry: July 2006 – June 2007 - Trends in the Living Networks
    Major acquisitions by tech companies Microsoft acquires aQuantive for $6 billion and TellMe Networks (est. For the most current insights and trends in the living networks, follow @rossdawson on Twitter! He is Founding Chairman of four companies: professional services and venture firm Advanced Human Technologies , future and strategy consulting group Future Exploration Network , leading events firm The Insight Exchange , and influence ratings start-up Repyoot.
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Launch of Living Networks - Anniversary Edition! Free download of entire book - Trends in the Living Networks
    About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Social networks in organizations: balancing risk, reward, and transparency | Main | Living Networks - Chapter 1: The Networks Come Alive – Free Download and Commentary » Launch of Living Networks - Anniversary Edition! In those days the idea that the networks were coming to life was a pretty radical idea.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Lingering Privacy Doubts Over Facebooks Beacon
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Microsoft Introduces Unified Communications Tools for Developers | Main | Social Media & Financial Services » December 01, 2007 Lingering Privacy Doubts Over Facebooks Beacon Facebook has the opportunity to lead the industry, or become an example of "what not to do", when it comes to balancing the confidentiality exepctations of its members against the desire to exploit (i.e.,
  • COLLABORATION 2.0  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server: a next generation of deeper, wider content silos? | ZDNet
    By Oliver Marks | June 22, 2008, 11:07pm PDT Summary The ’shoot out’ between Microsoft Sharepoint and Lotus Connections, two juggernauts in the enterprise space, played to a packed audience at the Enterprise 2.0 For those in Lotus/IBM world it’s not too hard to see where that supertanker is sailing: over time enterprises whose backbone is Lotus Notes will eventually upgrade to Lotus Connections to take advantage of adequate collaboration capabilities.
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 2009
    [Connections, Examples] Singletasking Tip: Go Off Grid
    For the past four days, as far as my social network, email and IM contacts were concerned, I disappeared completely. I simply took a trip, up beyond the range of my cell phone carrier’s data network, to northern Ontario’s cottage country. But wait, Google Docs without an Internet connection? For example, one of the key lessons I took away from my experience is to use the right tool for the job.
  • GREEN CHAMELEON  |  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2006
    [Connections, Examples] Green Chameleon » The Mobile Phone is a Knowledge Retention Tool
    It seems though that even when that knowledge has walked out the door, the connection may not. It appears easier to connect with the individual for JIT answers, as and when the need arises, than to plough through all the documents the person had left behind. Should KM look for ways to keep connections intact when people leave the organization so that the knowledge is still fairly accessible, rather than to collect it all when they are around?
  • FASTFORWARDBLOG.COM  |  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] The FASTForward Blog » Enterprise 2.0 Examples of Managing Projects in the Tools and Food Industries: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary
    Examples of Managing Projects in the Tools and Food Industries by Bill Ives August 23, 2007 at 7:34 pm · Filed under Enterprise 2.0 Here are two examples that support his point. Here are two examples where this approach has worked that can added to the collection of Enterprise 2.0 style system for managing projects, geographically dispersed teams can connect, everyone can see what is going on, and anyone can contribute. Enterprise 2.0
  • THE FASTFORWARD BLOG  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] 10 General Principles For Leading and Managing in the Networked Knowledge Workplace
    I’ve also been reasonably deeply involved for the past decade with the evolution of the Web and networks and how they impact knowledge work, work design, collaboration, knowledge management, and individual, group and organizational learning. Michael Schrage of MIT puts it very succinctly: “Networks make organizational culture and politics explicit&#. They communicate just like all the other real people, in Social Networks.
  • BOXES AND ARROWS  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2015
    [Connections, Examples] Online Surveys On a Shoestring: Tips and Tricks
    For example, it’s common to ask about a level of education or income, but if comparing data across different levels of education or income is not essential to your analysis, don’t waste everyone’s time asking the questions. For example, in a survey about cameras, we changed the industry term “lifelogging” to a longer, but simpler phrase “capturing daily routines, such as commute, meals, household activities, and social interactions.”. Use social media.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012
    [Connections, Examples] Novell GroupWise 2012 Offers Enhanced Collaboration Capabilities
      Here is a sample screen showing the integration of Groupwise and Vibe.  Novell Data Synchronizer handles mobile connections and third party integration such as CRM systems. This is a critical capability because, as I have written several times, you need to be able to integrate the new school social tools with the old school enterprise apps for enterprise 2.0 see for example: Integrating the Interactions with the Transactions ).
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Scoble Was Wrong, But Data Portability Is A Valid Issue
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « The State of the Media Democracy | Main | Socializing At Work - No Longer A Waste Of Time » January 04, 2008 Scoble Was Wrong, But Data Portability Is A Valid Issue Ive included several links below that summarize the recent flap regarding Facebook and Robert Scoble.
  • THE FASTFORWARD BLOG  |  TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] ‘Social CRM’ Should be a Redundant Phrase
    There’s been plenty written about engaging customers through social media, but many such efforts tend to be informal and outside of the box of the mainstay of organizations’ customer relationship management (CRM) systems. Writing in Forbes, Jeremiah Owyang discusses the disconnect between existing CRM systems and the rising tide of social networking engagements. “CRM systems need to be connected to social networks,&# he writes.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2012
    [Connections, Examples] Tools and competencies for the social enterprise
    This past year I have worked on several projects that have extended my thinking on how we can use social media to promote cooperation and collaboration within and outside the enterprise. I explained some of this in a previous post on enterprise social network dimensions , which is based on the work of several others. The Altimeter Group’s recent report on making the business case for enterprise social networks provided more detail on what happens inside organizations.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2013
    [Connections, Examples] Leveraging visualization
    Stowe Boyd and I had an email conversation a few weeks ago, which is now posted on his Socialogy site: [Stowe] The thesis of Socialogy is that scientific findings about sociality, social networks, and human cognition are only slowly becoming part of management thinking, and as a result, much of what goes on as established practice in business is actually folklore dressed up as policy. For the first time, they saw it mapped as a value network, not a hierarchy.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] Yammer Extends Its Enterprise Microblogging Offering with Communities
    A while back, I wrote about one case example, Implementing Enterprise Micro-messaging with Yammer at Océ. , Here is a sample screen. Steve said that Yammer allows for public or private groups within each Yammer network. Yammer also has more social networking functionality than Twitter as there is an enriched profile feature. To further enhance social networking, Yammer also offers org charts that connect profiles.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2013
    [Connections, Examples] Cooperating in the open
    Feedback emerges from the network through time. The image below is based on a previous post on tools & competencies for the social enterprise. These communities are often nothing more than a bounded social network. Google Plus communities are an example. If I want to cooperate, then the most porous and least bounded social network is the best for me. One social network, mine, is enough for me.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Designing A New User Experience
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Are Old-Tech Companies In Search Of A Fountain of Youth? Main | Networks Without Walls » February 09, 2008 Designing A New User Experience Via Putting People First : Inside The Lab: Harnessing Technology to Create Community The Innovation Lab is designed to serve the community as a hub of activity, information and resources, including available meeting space.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2013
    [Connections, Examples] eXo Announces Plans for eXo Release 4.0 and Codenvy
    I have written about eXo, the user experience platform-as-a-service (UXPaaS) company that supports developers, several times before (for example see: Benjamin Mestrallet, eXo CEO, Looks at the Social Enterprise and eXo Expands its Cloud IDE Cloud-based Development Platform ).  It is an open source, enterprise-class, social collaboration platform. First, eXo want sot make social collaboration a utility so IT can easily embrace all collaboration within a single platform.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 2014
    [Connections, Examples] Working Socially
    Why should I, as an OD/HR/L&D professional, concerned with the human aspects of organizations, have to understand social media and enterprise social networks? Saying we don’t need to understand social media is like saying we didn’t need to understand speaking, reading or writing to do our jobs before. With ubiquitous connectivity, more of our work is at a distance, either in space or time. It means being social in our work. Social means human.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 2013
    [Connections, Examples] BroadVision Offers Social Engagement Analysis Consulting Service
    BroadVision has announced its new Clearvale Social Engagement Analysis Service. This service is designed to help Clearvale enterprise social networking customers better understand and measure how well the level and type of engagement occurring with employees, customers, and partners through the use of social analytics. I spoke with Richard Hughes, Director of Social Strategy at BroadVision to learn more about Clearvale’s social analytics offering. I
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Framing Contests: Putting Decisions In Context
    Just as actors have a repertoire of frames, they have "multiple, sometimes conflicting, interests, only some of which [in the CommCorp example] were relevant in a particular decision context. Connections Categories Attention Management AugmentedReality blogging Books BurtonGroupCatalyst07 BurtonGroupCatalyst08 Business_IT_Alignment CiscoCollab Collaboration Commentary Communication design digital+life e-Mail Enterprise 2.0
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Time-out for a festival.
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Another Example Of Video In The Classroom | Main | Unlocking the DNA of the Adaptable Workforce » March 11, 2008 Time-out for a festival. Connections Categories Attention Management AugmentedReality blogging Books BurtonGroupCatalyst07 BurtonGroupCatalyst08 Business_IT_Alignment CiscoCollab Collaboration Commentary Communication design digital+life e-Mail Enterprise 2.0
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2012
    [Connections, Examples] eXo Provides Cloud Workspaces to Enable Flexible Social Intranets
    I have covered eXo before (see Benjamin Mestrallet, eXo CEO, Looks at the Social Enterprise ). He said that the goal with eXo Cloud Workspaces is to provide an easy-to-use social intranet so work teams can start to collaborate in a fully functional space.  Here is a sample home page screen. eXo Cloud Workspaces offers out-of-the-box social intranet features for small teams that can be scalable to meet the IT needs of the enterprise. Here is a sample IDE screen.
  • CHIEFTECH  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Day one at OSNBC 2008
    Statistics on membership show that there is little overlap between different public social networking sites. Different public social networking sites are successful in specific geographies. Also, different cultures use social networking sites in different ways - for example, in the west authentic social networking is the norm, but is less typical in north Asia. For example, internal blogging has been more successful than their wiki.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2012
    [Connections, Examples] Alfresco Now Offers Cloud-based Open Source Document Management
    You can see a sample screen below with a variety of features including recently modified documents, site members, calendar, activities, and more. You need to be able to get applications talking with each other as I have covered several times (see for example: Integrating the Interactions with the Transactions ). You can see a sample iPad screen below. Alfresco has also brought in a focused set of social features.  You can also do social publishing.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] SkillSoft Takes Learning Platform Further into Enterprise 2.0 with More Social Features
    Now SkillSoft has announced the launch of inGenius , a social learning platform layer that enables customers to securely enable their employees to find, create and share knowledge assets and expertise with their colleagues as they leverage the extensive SkillSoft library of on-demand learning assets.   Learning has become more social and the interest in peer learning has increased. Here is sample profile page. Here is a sample activity stream.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2016
    [Connections, Examples] implementing network learning
    In the network era , developing the skills of a master artisan in every field of work will be critical for success. New ideas will have to come from our professional networks in order to keep pace with innovation and change in our fields. More importantly, a safe place is needed to connect these new ideas to the work to be done. Implementing the network learning model has many facets. Some general lessons can then be shared more widely in our social networks.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Cisco 2.0: Walking The Talk
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Blogging Without Permission | Main | Ciscos Networking Vision Going "Social" » February 19, 2008 Cisco 2.0: Walking The Talk Lots of examples highlighting employee participation and creative contribution: To encourage collaboration, Cisco has pushed responsibility down to a second and third tier of managers. What were building is a giant social network."
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 2017
    [Connections, Examples] knowledge-sharing, post-technology
    For example, Jive sells for $5 – $16 per seat, while Facebook’s Workplace is $1 – $3 per seat, with no lock-in. One of the major benefits of using social media is increasing the speed of access to knowledge. Transparency is a necessity for social learning. While social media enable transparency, they also lay bare a company’s culture. Positional leadership must now compete with the more visible reputational leadership, exposed by the network.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2009
    [Connections, Examples] Socialcast Moves Toward Providing a Unified Activity Stream with Its New API
    This was a good move, like the enterprise social bookmarking and social networking tools that followed del.icio.us Here is sample screen from their desktop application. For example, an HR group can send out a Socialcast alert about a new benefit package and allow employees to click on the alert to enroll. It supports BASIC AUTH authentication and is secure using SSL connections. Here is sample screen for their recent freemium launch.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Social Media: Sometimes Its All About The Contest
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Decentralized Co-Creation of Value | Main | SproutBuilder: Making Widget Creation Easy » January 31, 2008 Social Media: Sometimes Its All About The Contest Interesting to see where this blend of brand, advertising, community and gaming annd converge via social media: Votigo is an Oakland, Calif.
  • BOXES AND ARROWS  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] Designing for Social Interaction
    We see more and more people becoming connected on online social networks, and it seems our networks are growing exponentially. But the reality is, social networks rarely add to our number of connections. We’ve already met almost all the people we’re connected to on social networks. We’re already connected to these people offline. Social networks simply make the connections visible.
  • NETWORKS, COMPLEXITY, AND RELATEDNESS  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] Socializing
    I recently tweeted an observation of David Weinberger' s on how our language has shifted: Over the past decade, we’ve gone from talking about social circles to social networks. Networks draw lines among us. I liked the way he phrased it, and I also note that it is the word social that connects the concepts because we are, at our core, social beings. First, social media. Social computing. Social capital. Social network.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: The Viral Classroom
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « The impact of technology on peoples everyday lives | Main | Enterprise-enabling Facebook » December 08, 2007 The Viral Classroom No, its not about the flu, its about the network effects that are occurring around Apples iTunes U. For example, the 86 courses UC Berkeley offers are now being downloaded 50,000 times a week, up from 15,000 before Apples promotion.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Social Applications: Leave The Rough Edges Alone
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Designing & Enabling Communities | Main | Enterprise 2.0 Report: Table of Contents » December 20, 2007 Social Applications: Leave The Rough Edges Alone I recommend reading Danah Boyds entire post. Often, the need to be so purposeful when laying out the benefits of social applications is to support the need to deliver a business case with some expected ROI.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2011
    [Connections, Examples] Organizing for diversity and complexity
    Tweet I’ve been looking at ways to explain why social learning is so important for business today. Accommodating growing individualization, requiring more social workplaces. Connecting the diversity of markets and society to the organization, instead of creating firewalls, is a major challenge for leadership today. Part of the answer is in supporting communities of practice as a bridge between external networks and those doing the work.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Understanding the Real Structure within Your Organization with NetAge OrgScope
    What would happen if they mapped the new organizational structure as a network, then analyzed it? But it's impossible to hold an entire organization chart in your head unless you're very small.” And, as Jeff pointed out, very few companies, if any, analyze their hierarchies as networks. After some investigation, NetAge decided to build OrgScope on StarTree, a hyperbolic viewer designed for visualizing large data networks.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2016
    [Connections, Examples] knowledge catalysts add value
    For example, merely tagging an article in a system like Diigo , does not create knowledge. Professional and enterprise social networks are becoming the norm. We have passed the initial infatuation stage with social media and more people are using these media to get things done, solve problems, make connections, and improve their creativity.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014
    [Connections, Examples] Social Learning Handbook
    This post is an excerpt from Jane Hart’s recently published Social Learning Handbook 2014. Today’s digitally connected workplace demands a completely new set of skills. More connections create more possibilities, as well as more potential problems. Implicit knowledge is best developed through conversations and social relationships. Social networks can enable better and faster knowledge feedback for people who trust each and share their knowledge.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 2015
    [Connections, Examples] loosening group boundaries
    “When a society is too grouped, people do not have any social contact with people from other groups,” [University of Pennsylvania’s] Centola said. Their networks do not expand beyond that group.” These similarities allow people in different social groups to encourage the adoption of a new complex idea, take neighborhood recycling as an example, which can then spread to other neighborhoods and social groups.
  • COLUMN TWO  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2017
    [Connections, Examples] Winners announced for the 2017 Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards!
    Whether a world-class social network in a global bank, an open source intranet for a hundred-person charity or a chatbot which is helping employees complete timesheets, digital channels are delivering value and also enjoying great levels of adoption. To share leading-edge approaches and inspiring examples, Step Two announces today the winners of the 2017 Intranet & Digital Workplace Awards. Connected Pictures (Virgin Trains).
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  TUESDAY, JULY 26, 2016
    [Connections, Examples] we are the media
    As we shift from a market-dominated to a network-dominated society, we do not lose our previous tribal, institutional, and market organizational forms. For example, print-based media now operate at electric speed increasing the urge to feel immediate outrage for events not directly connected to us. Short-form social media writing platforms like Twitter push the printed word to its limit and in so doing, reverse it to a new form of orality.
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2009
    [Connections, Examples] Business Today: Interview on how business can use social media
    Yesterday I was interviewed on the Business Today program on the Australia Network, ABC TV's international network which broadcasts across Asia. People have leapt at the opportunity to connect online - this is part of who we are. Companies are networks working in a networked world - social networks are invaluable tools for them both internally and externally. Social media Technology trends Web 2.0
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Keynote: The Future of Technology in Aged Care
    Health care is being transformed by connectivity. Accenture's Online Medicine Cabinet is an example of how patients and the elderly can have their health monitored from home, and their medications managed effectively. Connecting. While younger people have tended to take up social networks more than the elderly, most people underestimate how many old people are engaged in online communication with their family and peers.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2017
    [Connections, Examples] bias thwarts innovation
    My recent blog post on our future is networked and feminine has had more online attention than any other post I have written in the past two years. One example is a pharmaceutical journal interview with Céline Schillinger, whom I know through social media and the Change Agents Worldwide community of practice. For example, consider female mentorship programs that try to connect high-potential women with management.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] Workstreamer Enables Web Listening for a Broader Audience
    They automate the listening function for tracking business information, not just social mentions of your brand.    So it brings in data from blogs, tweets, social networks like LinkedIn, contact directories like Jigsaw, finance sites, CRM services like Salesforce, and more. You can see a sample screen below. For example, the numbers of job openings over time is presented in a line graph.
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] Companies that close networking doors jeopardize their future - Trends in the Living Networks
    Their vested interest has resulted in a highly inaccurate and distorted view of the use of social networks in organizations being presented in the media. Of course, this is not to say that there aren’t plenty of company employees working on improving their social lives while they draw a salary. However, the more important side of the story is that in a knowledge-based economy such as Australia, effective networking is absolutely essential to corporate productivity.
  • TONY KARRER  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] Facebook Platform
    Something like the social network operating system , maybe. Luis Suarez - How to Boost Your Social Capital with Facebook mentions MyBlogLog. Great example, Luis. And I can connect with them in better ways. It's pretty much the same issue that's been discussed before in terms of currently having Too Many Social Networks? and Multiple Social Networks. Stephen Downes picked up my post on Facebook As a Learning Platform.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2009
    [Connections, Examples] Darwin Ecosystem’s Awareness Engine™ Provides Enhanced eDiscovery within the Enterprise 2.0 and on the Web
    social media into the enterprise creates large amounts of potentially useful information about the social side of business processes. also provides a wealth of social “data” as a byproduct of its use. tools into the enterprise also opens up possibilities for even more information silos if these tools do not connect. Here is an example of Darwin in action. I set up a query on social media and saw the word – gain - in the cluster shown below.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2013
    [Connections, Examples] The knowledge sharing paradox
    An effective suite of enterprise social tools can help organizations share knowledge, collaborate, and cooperate – connecting the work being done with the identification of new opportunities and ideas. In an age when everything is getting connected, it only makes sense to have platforms in place that enable faster feedback loops inside the organization in order to deal with connected customers, suppliers, partners, and competitors.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2013
    [Connections, Examples] Ensuring knowledge flow through narration
    Organizational learning is no longer about courses, which are artifacts of a time when information was scarce and connections were few, because that era is over. As with knowledge artisans , many learners now own their knowledge-sharing networks. Today, content capture and creation tools let people tell their own stories and weave these together to share in their networks. What started as forums and wikis quickly evolved into more robust networks and communities.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] 2010 Update on IBM Social Software Efforts: Part Two
    This is the second in a series on an IBM social media press event I attended last week following part one posted yesterday. Jeff Schick, VP social software, mentioned that IBM Research has done a study on the implications of using social and infusing collaboration into commerce experience. They are connecting social with IBM commerce software. Jeff now sees the social concept everywhere. Jeff also spoke on social analytics.
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 2009
    [Connections, Examples] Change the Web Challenge: A Contest to Create Apps That Promote Social Change
    If you’re a web developer looking to work on something worthy and potentially bag a cash prize in the process, check out Social Actions’ Change The Web Challenge. Social Actions has created an open database of over 60,000 actions from more than 40 sites — including GlobalGiving , Change.org , DonorsChoose.org , Kiva.org , Idealist.org and VolunteerMatch. Written by Simon Mackie.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  MONDAY, JUNE 12, 2017
    [Connections, Examples] cities as learning platforms
    As the network era connects people and things, society needs to reconnect with the multifaceted citizen. This is the connecting role the city can play. The association of engaged and connected citizens that enabled a functioning democracy in early America is now necessary in the early network era. Today, the connected citizen must concurrently be the connected worker, as well as the connected taxpayer, and the connected consumer, among many other roles.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  MONDAY, JULY 6, 2015
    [Connections, Examples] smart cities need smart citizens
    We are connecting our cities to the cloud via the internet of everything , so that objects share data with each other. But this is merely the tip of the iceberg of the real potential of smart cities and digital networks. As the network era connects people and things, society needs to reconnect with the multifaceted citizen. But as we have connected computers and devices, we have made standardized work obsolete.
  • LIBRARIAN OF FORTUNE  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] 20 Ways to Kick-Start Your Marketing
    Examples of the suggestions are: Look through your social networks. If you have not established connections with all of your clients, now is the time to do it. And see who their contacts are; if you see any that you think may use your services, ask your client for a connection or introduction. Head over here to see my list of 20 ideas for marketing efforts for an info business (or for any entrepreneurially-minded info pro) to get new clients in 2010.
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] You Can Stop the Social Media Hype
    Don’t trust anyone who says they’ll reveal the “secrets of social media.&# There are no secrets of social media. The rest of us are left here in their greedy and destructive wake to pick up the pieces and, worse, to deal with the disillusionment of people who have been burned by a con artist claiming to know the “secrets&# of social media that will make everyone rich. The 5 C’s of the Web and Social Media. Connection.
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 2011
    [Connections, Examples] The extraordinary personal value of the web: $140 billion is the tip of the iceberg
    We may quibble about the cost of bandwidth and online services, and in some cases we should, but the reality is the value we get from connectivity and web-based services is massive. In the case of email and social networks, that would be an enormous amount. These figures are miniscule compared to, for example, the lower costs of almost all goods and services as a result of information transparency and more efficient business processes.
  • REFLEXIONS  |  THURSDAY, JULY 10, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Luis Suarez Frees Himself From E-Mail’s Grip and Much More
    I finally met my long time virtual friend, Luis Suarez at the Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston in June. He talked about getting rid of email. A few days ago I found out that he had an article on his adventures in the New York Times, I Freed Myself From E-Mail's Grip. Here is more about it on his blog, Giving up on Work e-mail - Status Report on Weeks 15 to 20. Kudos to Luis.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 2006
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Tagging Beyond Content: Applications & People
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Microsoft "People Ready" = Lotus "Super Human Software" | Main | CIOTalk Radio Interview: Making Enterprise Portals Work! Tags (and related tools like social bookmarks) offer another option that has some interesting possibilities. In this approach, tagging people becomes a form of social annotation.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2006
    [Connections, Examples] Collaborative Thinking: Microsoft Eyes Future of Teleconferencing with RoundTable
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Reuters/Second Life US Congress launches probe into virtual economies | Main | Exchange Server 2007 Availability service » October 23, 2006 Microsoft Eyes Future of Teleconferencing with RoundTable Ive tracked the development of RoundTable for some time. Microsofts OneNote is an example but these types of tools typically dont receive a lot of strategic attention.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  MONDAY, MAY 14, 2012
    [Connections, Examples] Learning in the workplace
    Use social bookmarks to share what you’re reading. Search the Social Web using search engines (solve problems). For example: Compfight for images; GoogleGuide ; Tools for Search ; Four Ways to Search the Social Web. Connect with others in public social networks or in private groups or communities (keeping up to date outside the organization). Participate in and recommend social learning communities that meet the needs of your organization.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2012
    [Connections, Examples] Coherence in complexity
    The majority of the [ HBR Paywall ] article is focussed on a ‘new’ concept Kotter calls ‘Strategic Accelerators’ In effect, he is talking about using Communities of Practice/collaborative networks to tap into the power and agility of the informal capabilities of an organisation. The network of strategic accelerators complements the formal systems; it does not replace them. Complexity, driven by global networked communications, is the main factor.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 2015
    [Connections, Examples] engineering our own serendipity
    The author, Greg Lindsay , concludes that social networks are the key. Understanding it as an emergent property of social networks, instead of sheer luck, enables us to treat it as a viable strategy for organizing people and sharing ideas, rather than writing it off as magic. Chance favours the connected mind, said Steven B. Johnson, and with social media, any mind can be connected today. For example, I often take public transport when traveling.
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] The Social Graph: Issues and Strategies in 2008
    One of the hottest topics in the online world in the last couple of years has been the growth of social networking services such as Facebook and MySpace , as well as the addition of a social element to existing user experiences. Despite riding several waves of hype, it's now clear that the social networking space will only get hotter in 2008 according to most watchers. But what are the top issues one must understand about the social graph in 2008?
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2017
    [Connections, Examples] cities and the future of work
    These have been edited and synthesized to a single composition in advance of my sessions in Helsinki on 3 November 2017 with The National Foresight Network and the Prime Minister’s Office where we will discuss the transformation of work and its consequences. This post looks at the roles of cities, and city regions, in a network society. Tribes & Networks. Overview of social evolution (past, present, and future) in TIMN terms , David Ronfeldt.
  • LINKED INTELLIGENCE  |  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] LinkedIn Signal Lighting Up the Online Conversation
    I also shared an example of why that is important. It is going to be very important for users to take a look at which Twitter accounts are connected and what they are tweeting on those accounts. Through Hootsuite ‘s Insights, I was able to see his other social networking platforms and reach out to him on LinkedIn. He accepted the invitation but was confused as to how I found him since the two were not directly connected. Make connections.
  • LINKED INTELLIGENCE  |  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2010
    [Connections, Examples] LinkedIn Signal Lighting Up the Online Conversation
    I also shared an example of why that is important. It is going to be very important for users to take a look at which Twitter accounts are connected and what they are tweeting on those accounts. Through Hootsuite ‘s Insights, I was able to see his other social networking platforms and reach out to him on LinkedIn. He accepted the invitation but was confused as to how I found him since the two were not directly connected. Make connections.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2014
    [Connections, Examples] The Seek > Sense > Share Framework
    Building a network of colleagues is helpful in this regard. Good curators are valued members of knowledge networks. Sharing includes exchanging resources, ideas, and experiences with our networks as well as collaborating with our colleagues. The multiple pieces of information that we capture and share can increase the frequency of serendipitous connections, especially across organizations and disciplines where real innovation happens.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 2013
    [Connections, Examples] You are not the only bee in the hive
    Joachim Stroh adds some perspective to my post on tools and competencies for the social enterprise : “It’s about you, but you’re not the only bee in the hive; the further you expand the more you grow.” ” I think this image gives a good view of the various facets people have in the workplace: My Content; My Presence; My Networks; My Tasks; My Reputation; My Goals. It is social and it is complex.
  • CLARK QUINN  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2012
    [Connections, Examples] Detailing the Coherent Organization
    I had, as Harold’s original model provided the basis for, separate groups for Work Teams, Communities of Practice, and Social Networks. Under Communities of Practice I listed: document practice, leave tracks, workshop issues, share examples, co-mentor, discuss principles, continually refine practice, think ‘out loud’, and share concerns. And in Social Networks I had put: share, contribute, listen, care, interact, and discuss values.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2014
    [Connections, Examples] Why mastering personal knowledge is critical to success
    Social Media are changing Relationships … to a ubiquitously connected and pervasively proximate world. Examples include lawyers replaced by software, bank staff replaced by websites, travel agents replaced by apps, and soon drivers will be replaced by robots. It could be exceptional if the recipient happens to be a well-connected customer experience expert. However, we learn from our social networks which are often disconnected from our work lives.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2014
    [Connections, Examples] Build trust, embrace networks, manage complexity
    Hierarchies, simple branching networks, are obsolete. For example, matrix management was an attempt to address the weakness of organizational silos resulting from simple, branching hierarchies. A connected enterprise starts by building a foundation of trust, embracing networks, and then managing complexity. Networks. This is why everyone, from an individual contributor to the CEO, has to understand networks. Networks are in a state of perpetual Beta.
  • WWW.BYEDAY.NET  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Atlast, there's Atlas
    Networks, Complexity, and Relatedness Inquiry and learning into social networks, organizational network analysis, and the relationships among people and systems in complex organizations and networks. Thursday, December 20, 2007 Atlast, theres Atlas Big news from IBMs announcement of its Connections Suite, and that is the availability of Atlas, a corporate social networking and visualization tool. How to make networks work.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2011
    [Connections, Examples] IBM Covers the Transformation of Business Email
    Recently, I had an interesting conversation with Ed Brill, IBM’s new leader for social collaboration on how email use is changing because of social media. IBM is working on ways to transform email and have it better align with the new collaborative technologies within social business models.    Email is reverting to become closer to its communication origins and collaboration is moving to the new social software tools.
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2007
    [Connections, Examples] Keynote speech on influence networks at Evolve - Trends in the Living Networks
    About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « The coming segmentation of venture capital as an asset class | Main | Video interview of Allan Aaron, Technology Venture Partners » Keynote speech on influence networks at Evolve Ross Dawson, June 11, 2007 3:48 PM US PT Kimberly Palmer of Networx has put together what looks like a fantastic conference on 14 June in Melbourne, titled Evolve.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 2013
    [Connections, Examples] From hierarchies to wirearchies
    Work in the network era needs to be both cooperative and collaborative , meaning that organizations have to support both types of activities. But in this emerging network era, cooperative innovation trumps collaborative innovation , writes Stowe Boyd. My experience is that communities of practice can help make the transition from hierarchies to networks, or as Jon Husband describes the resulting structure; wirearchy.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2014
    [Connections, Examples] Leadership for the Network Era
    The TIMN [Tribes + Institutions + Markets + Networks] model shows how society grew from a collection of tribes, added institutions, and later developed markets. The network era began with the advent of electric communications, though it is by no means completely established. Ptolemy’s library at Alexandria is one example. As we enter the network era, we see companies like Apple dominating, often ignoring Wall Street pundits. It is not networked.
  • COLUMN TWO  |  FRIDAY, MAY 16, 2008
    [Connections, Examples] Data Portability: Its The New Walled Garden
    I would still maintain however, that ( as pointed out earlier ) sharing/exporting certain data that is jointly owner between myself and my connections (sometimes referred to as relation data) must be done in a manner consistent with the terms of service and within some type of consent framework (along with other items such as stronger identity, etc). Good fences make for good neighbors though at times.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2011
    [Connections, Examples] Annotated Bibliography: Background For Literature Review Project
    Online Social Networking as Participatory Surveillance. The article examines online social networking as a practice in what he calls “participatory surveillance”. The work builds on research from boyd and Ellison regarding online social network sites (SNS) where the SNS plays the role of mediated public. Embracing a Culture of Connectivity | Berkman Center. like”) and how they connect to friends, creating a public. Modern Social Imaginaries.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  SUNDAY, JULY 10, 2016
    [Connections, Examples] from knowledge worker to master artisan
    My Personal Knowledge Mastery model of Seek > Sense > Share is focused on helping individuals work better in teams, and contribute to professional communities by developing and engaging their social networks to continuously learn. Today, it is critical to take control of your own learning and build a professional network. One reason the PKMastery framework is getting attention now is because work in the network era is changing the nature of the job.
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