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MAY 7, 2012 8 crowd insights from 8 crowdsourcing workshops
[This post first appeared on the Getting Results From Crowds book website ]. Over the last two weeks I have delivered 8 keynotes or workshops on crowdsourcing across Western Europe. Most of them have been highly interactive sessions, bringing out new ideas or highlighting common issues or concerns. There is much to share. Crowdsourcing Enterprise 2.0
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MAY 7, 2012 The college in transition
I really enjoyed my visit to Algonquin College in Ottawa today. had expected more mid-career students. But on the other hand, I’m not a futurist.
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PORTALS AND KM Information Overload Can be a Misleading Term
| MONDAY, MAY 7, 2012
It have been a while since I wrote about the Darwin Awareness Engine™ but it is alive and doing well gaining new customers. Nicholas Herold makes a nice point in the post, Information Overload? Or Is it just noise? The Darwin Awareness engine does not help with those simply overwhelmed with too much information. MORE >>
WEB WORKER DAILY 3 ways to get middle managers on board with flexible working
| MONDAY, MAY 7, 2012
Study after study shows that flexible work arrangements increase productivity and make for happier employees. But at the same time study after study reveals middle managers resist the idea as undermining their control and burdening them with additional responsibilities. Encourage them to tell you how it will solve their business challenges. MORE >>
- HUMANIT information literacies issue
- Championships, Milestones, and Alzheimers
As readers are realizing, I’m posting photos here first, then using this as the basis for exports to other services like Twitter or Pinterest. It will be a few days before I have a “non photos” RSS feed for you to follow, forgive the interruption with non-work related stuff. But, it was a big weekend. major milestone. Eye opening. MORE >>
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