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  • WWW.DDMCD.COM  |  SUNDAY, MAY 29, 2011
    [Examples, Practice] Assessing Readiness for Enterprise Social Software
    to be easy But we have seen many examples where very basic. example, if management does support collaboration and. organization’s overall business strategy Examples of low. costs draw on examples of informal collaboration that already. It is viewed as consistently unresponsive Examples of this. non-It solutions have already started to evolve For example, have individuals or departments started to use Facebook.
  • IMG.EN25.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 2010
    [Examples, Practice] Assessing Readiness for Social Business Software - Jive SBS
    to be easy But we have seen many examples where very basic. example, if management does support collaboration and. organization’s overall business strategy Examples of low. costs draw on examples of informal collaboration that already. It is viewed as consistently unresponsive Examples of this. non-It solutions have already started to evolve For example, have individuals or departments started to use Facebook.
  • WWW.ASTD.ORG  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] Performance Analysis And Web 2.0 - 2008 - ASTD
    With all due respect for online survey tools (Survey Monkey and Zoomerang, for example) and web conferencing technologies (Adobe Connect, Dimdim, and Artifact, for example) that enable e-focus groups, e-surveying, and e-interviews, our attention here is on data that is already waiting for us online. If you are working on an initiative for your organization, part of the quest for directions can come from a review of related literature and best practices through your network.
  • FEEDS.FEEDBURNER.COM  |  SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] 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.
  • WWW.FASTFORWARDBLOG.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 2010
    [Examples, Practice] The FASTForward Blog » Enterprise 2.0 Adoption Research from Cecile Demailly: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary
    tools and practices can certainly address this management goal if used properly. For example, I have seen several instances where switching to blogs in the learning platform dramatically increased results. Enterprise 2.0 Adoption Research from Cecile Demailly by Bill Ives March 10, 2010 at 3:44 am · Filed under FASTforward09 Cecile Demailly at the French consulting firm, Early Strategies , recently completed an interesting study of enterprise 2.0 adoption.
  • MICHELEMARTIN.TYPEPAD.COM  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] The Bamboo Project Blog: Negative Online Behavior is a Product of Culture, Not Your Social Media Tools: What I'm Learning from the Work Literacy Course
      Now that we're winding down the Work Literacy course , I can see one more example that offers additional insight into this issue. Now that may sound harsh, but I think it's a great example of the positive self-policing quality of these communities. This kind of behavior is what I've seen repeatedly and the Work Literacy project is just one more example. Professional Development Practice: The One Sentence Journal. The Bamboo Project Blog.
  • WWW.MCKINSEYQUARTERLY.COM  |  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2009
    [Examples, Practice] Six ways to make Web 2.0 work - The McKinsey Quarterly - Six ways Web 2.0 work - Business Technology - Application Management
    These business leaders are correct in thinking that participatory technologies are founded upon bottom-up involvement from frontline staffers and that this pattern is fundamentally different from the rollout of ERP systems, for example, where compliance with rules is mandatory. One global technology player, for example, introduced a collection of participatory tools that management judged would help the company’s new hires quickly get up to speed in their jobs.
  • WWW.ELEARNINGLEARNING.COM  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2009
    [Examples, Practice] Work Skills - eLearning Learning
    There are also several studies of knowledge worker practices that suggest that a lot of what is effective is quite personal. Examples of dumb things that people say about learning in my organization.If There are also several studies of knowledge worker practices that suggest that a lot of what is effective is quite personal. In presentations, I often will cite this as an example of the kinds of changes in work skills that have occurred and are constantly occurring.
  • WWW.CLOUDAVE.COM  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 2010
    [Examples, Practice] Maslow’s Hierarchy of Enterprise 2.0 ROI | CloudAve
    Because for most workers, those outer rings are practically non-existent. There are plenty of solid use case examples to exercise the mind and the narrative is persuasive. Loading. Blog Buzz About Contact Older Post » « Newer Post Maslow’s Hierarchy of Enterprise 2.0 ROI Mar 19 2010 07:24:27 AMPosted By : Hutch Carpenter Comments (5) You may be familiar with Maslows Hierarchy of Needs.
  • SOCIALCOMPUTINGJOURNAL.COM  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 2009
    [Examples, Practice] Enterprise 2.0: Culture Is as Culture Does | SocialComputingJournal.com
    Senior executive mandates, the need for a paycheck and the fact that employees work, where they put their personal skills on the line, is rated, provide powerful levers to alter practices in the workplace. Take wikis for example. TOPICS Blogs & Blogging Collaboration Tools Conferences CXO Viewpoint e2tv Enterprise 2.0 From the Editor Government 2.0 Lifestreaming Mashups Mobile Web 2.0 Opinion SCJ Feature SCJ News Semantic Web Social Networking Tagging Virtual Worlds Web 2.0
  • WWW.TECHCRUNCH.COM  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2006
    [Examples, Practice] Techcrunch » Blog Archive » KnowNow and WordPress Partner on RSS/Blogging
    Those types of adapters, pulling information from various databases inside the enterprise and from around the web and making it available for feed readers, are now a common practice in enterprise RSS. As a content manager, you want that page to surface from time -to-time in the feed when certain attributes of the page cange - for example when the speed of the chip increases.
  • WWW.CAPGEMINI.COM  |  MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] Change me | CTO Blog | Capgemini | Consulting, Technology, Outsourcing
    People resist change that is "done to them" but are often very willing, as your examples from Toyota show, to initiate change if it makes sense, and helps them do a better job. If we had a culture and practice based on "innovation from everyone and everywhere", and paid as much attention to social technologies (aka, people talking with each other outside of hierarchies, and social sciences, then wed optimise the investment in both ICT and people. #
  • WEB2JOURNAL.COM  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2007
    [Examples, Practice] Web 2.0 and Maintaining the Integrity of Online Intellectual Property @ WEB 2.0 JOURNAL
    One example is the constantly evolving online encyclopedia Wikipedia with its array of online contributors. Perhaps the concerns that follow are examples of an "old school" attitude, but I still like to know a few things when I fire up my computer and go online: First, where am I? The result can be that the original intended meaning of a “document” is lost; I consider this example to be a metaphor of what is bound to happen as collaborative Web 2.0
  • BLOG.ENTERPRISE2OPEN.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2009
    [Examples, Practice] 5 key topics to be discussed for a Enterprise 2.0 strategy
    This might be a sign of the on-going economic crisis and its urge for a more specific discussion about this topic (see the call for the Reality Check 2.0), but it might also be a result of the emergence of the now gained insights from the first best-practices in this field. systems are depending on group dynamics that are not always measurable at first sight (as for example in the case of indirect network effects). Enterprise2Open Bonding the Enterprise 2.0
  • TURNING KNOWLEDGE WORKERS INTO INNOVATION CREATORS  |  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2006
    [Examples, Practice] Google takes $200+ Million from Lotus Notes & MSFT | innovation Creators
    The Economist describes Arizona State University as an example of an organization that signed up with Google. FSA had some text only “databases&# , but the practice groups I worked in never used them. innovation Creators Successful innovation is not about the ideas or inventions; it’s about the people. About Videos Whitepapers Google takes $200+ Million from Lotus Notes & MSFT December 31st, 2006 The Web 2.0 / Enterprise 2.0 train is gathering real steam.
  • LIBRARYCLIPS.BLOGSOME.COM  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] The top-down and bottom-up creation of enterprise communities, and wikis
    I also give them examples of community specific help guides and examples of instructional design to help their users orient and learn to use the community…it’s crucial they have a good experience, by their needs being fulfilled. This is a follow-up to my Community Lessons post, and Community paradox post. Top-Down community creation.
  • WWW.PRETZELLOGIC.ORG  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2010
    [Examples, Practice] No Context? No Collaboration. Goodbye, Google Wave | Pretzel Logic - Enterprise 2.0
    for an example of what Wave should've been, look at Simplybox (disclosure: I advise them). I also expect to see wonderful stuff with components of this innovation, as long as developers have the discipline to apply the right practicality litmus test that Google failed to consider. Pretzel Logic – Enterprise 2.0 home about work rss No Context? No Collaboration.
  • WWW.GILYEHUDA.COM  |  MONDAY, MAY 17, 2010
    [Examples, Practice] Denial is a river full of crocks. | Gil Yehuda's Enterprise 2.0 Blog
    His argument is solid, and his examples of innovation in the auto and pharma industries are relevant. RT @conniechan8 : Sign up Best Practices & Trends in E2.0 Home About Services Policies Enterprise 2.0 Personal Branding Subscribe Gil Yehuda's Enterprise 2.0 Blog Your path to success Denial is a river full of crocks. by Gil Yehuda on August 31, 2009 in Enterprise 2.0 I read Dennis Howlett’s recent blog post “ Enterprise 2.0:
  • GOBIGALWAYS.COM  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] Go Big Always - The Enterprise Octopus
    For example, you and I are talking right now on a blog. Go Big Always Search Archives The Enterprise Octopus Get in your head Whenever I talk about the new enterprise collaboration I always imagine an octopus. The big head of the octopus is where we gather. Sometimes it’s a team, sometimes it’s the whole company, but all of us are in the head of the octopus. It’s where we live. It’s where we unify and freely interact.
  • WWW.STOWEBOYD.COM  |  FRIDAY, JULY 11, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] /Message: Overload, Schmoverload: The Myth Of Personal Productivity
    The small shift of consciousness that comes from remaining in the flow setting -- messages and posts flitting by, dozens of chats, firing off quick updates to your circles of contacts -- seems like the devil to the advocates of industrial age thinking and practices.
  • WWW.GAUTAMBLOGS.COM  |  TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010
    [Examples, Practice] Gautam on Organizations 2.0: Social Media within the Organization
    This example shows that if companies can get their employees to use one functionality it is easier to get them to start using other facets of the tool. This example shows that if companies can get their employees to use one functionality it is easier to get them to start using other facets of the tool. skip to main | skip to sidebar Linkbar Articles Media Mentions Thoughts Profile Google Buzz Facebook Twitter LinkedIn HR Professionals Page Google Sites Gautam on Organizations 2.0
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  MONDAY, MAY 5, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] Is this how we encourage people to contribute? | Information Wants To Be Free
    I’ve been to more than one session that was either much too similar to others in the same conference or should have been practiced a few more times. For example, the Canadian Health Libraries Association charges speakers the full fee.
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  MONDAY, MAY 5, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] Is this how we encourage people to contribute? | Information Wants To Be Free
    I’ve been to more than one session that was either much too similar to others in the same conference or should have been practiced a few more times. For example, the Canadian Health Libraries Association charges speakers the full fee.
  • WWW.KPMG.COM  |  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2009
    [Examples, Practice] Enterprise 2.0 : the benefits and challenges of adoption
    have policies and procedures for assessing third-party security practices; how- ever, this percentage is predicted to jump to 70 percent in two years. For example, 46 percent of ICE companies strongly believe. Entertainment practice. Enterprise 2.0. The Benefits and. Challenges of Adoption. By Gary Matuszak. Global Chair, Information, Communications. Entertainment KPMG INTERNATIONAL They. allow. users. to create. entirely. new media.
  • WWW.WIRED.COM  |  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2009
    [Examples, Practice] Wikipedia to Color Code Untrustworthy Text
    So it’s very practical for us to keep up with Wikipedia.” Adler offers a hypothetical example. Posted by: putinlrp | 08/31/09 | 6:00 am Adler offers a hypothetical example. Wired Home Subscribe Sections Cars 2.0
  • MIKEG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  MONDAY, MARCH 31, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] 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. Great example of the CKS:EBE [link].
  • BLOGS.SALON.COM  |  SATURDAY, MAY 30, 2009
    [Examples, Practice] How to Save the World
    Friday, May 29, 2009 A Practical Guide to Implementing Web 2.0 (aka aka Social Networking Tools) in Your Organization BLOG A Practical Guide toImplementing Web 2.0 (aka The best examples ofbusiness-to-customer websites, like Amazon, eBay and Etsy, all offer arange of products and services you cant get in a store -- theyaggregate products from many different, competing vendors, and/or offera vastly broader range than would fit in a single physical shop.
  • RADIO.WEBLOGS.COM  |  THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] 12 kinds of Knowledge Workers
    Id like to mention one of Davids initiatives that he hasnt mentioned in his intro but is in my opinion highly relevant as a practical illustration of blog-based group-forming. In the case of meetup.com , for instance, labels are pretty simple, having two facets: geographic location and a label referring to an interest (which can be pretty much anything - examples: "Radiohead", "homeschooling", "philosophy".).
  • WWW.DELTAKNOWLEDGE.NET  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] Delta Knowledge: Enterprise 2.0 & it's effect on Organisational Culture
    We also see it in transferring Management Theory and Practice particularly from the USA into other countries. Also, great examples of why these apparently conflicting points arent actually in conflict. skip to main | skip to sidebar Delta Knowledge A blog about Collaboration cultures, Social Networks, Enterprise 2.0 and associated technologies that help organisations respond to complex problems in an efficient and sustainable manner.
  • ERIC-BLUE.COM  |  MONDAY, MARCH 22, 2010
    [Examples, Practice] Knowledge To Go: Put Your Wiki On Your IPhone
    time for a recharge ericblue: If you believe the 10,000 hours rule (practice needed to become an expert). Home About Projects Personal Memex Mindmap Viewer Project Archive Contact LifeStream Home » Headline , Knowledge , Knowledge Management , Learning , Technology , Wiki Knowledge To Go: Put Your Wiki On Your IPhone 13 December 2009 371 views 7 Comments Building my own personal knowledge manager has been quite a journey.
  • BLOGS.ZDNET.COM  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 2009
    [Examples, Practice] 14 Reasons Why Enterprise 2.0 Projects Fail
    This requires a long-term view and understanding of the investment and often unexpected skills (hiring community managers for example) required to keep it healthy and successful. On TV.com: The Girls Next Door: Sexy Splashdown BNET Business Network: BNET TechRepublic ZDNet ZDNet Members Login Newsletters Site Assistance RSS Feeds Home News & Blogs Videos White Papers Downloads Reviews Popular Enterprise Web 2.0 Dion Hinchcliffe Get Enterprise Web 2.0
  • WWW.KATESAYS.ORG  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 2009
    [Examples, Practice] Purposeful Networking — Kate Says
    Potential solutions for overcoming these barriers include everything from teacher externships in fields related to their content areas, systemic change in practice at all levels of the system to include the use of Web 2.0 Just one example of this is the ability to connect with professionals in various fields through twitter, which has been an invaluable tool for seeing new trends in the business field. Home Blogrolls Contact Me Subscribe Kate Says I think a lot.
  • BOXES AND ARROWS  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 2010
    [Examples, Practice] IA Summit 10 - Richard Saul Wurman Keynote
    By gathering and sharing practical solutions for everyday challenges, we can create more breathing room to plan for what’s to come. But what I’m doing is I’m giving you examples that a single human being without a client can do things. This year marks the 11th annual Information Architecture Summit. Our theme is meant to inspire everyone in the community—even those who aren’t presenting or volunteering—to bring their best ideas to the table.
  • INJENUITY.COM  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2008
    [Examples, Practice] The Job of Personal Learning | injenuity
    Example: Frequently educators face content filters, download restrictions, time constraints, and lack of support from IT and administration. Many educators practice in areas where there are no online communities to support a functional personal learning network.
  • CLARK QUINN  |  THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2017
    [Examples, Practice] Writing For Learning: Patti Shank book
    Practicing what she preaches, and using the book itself recursively as an example, she uses simple words and trimmed down prose to focus on what you need to know, and guidance to generalize it. She also has practice exercises to help make the material stick.
  • CLARK QUINN  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2016
    [Examples, Practice] (When) Is pattern-matching enough?
    Further, they argue that it’s superior to the typical rule presentation and practice. We can provide models that guide, but ultimately it’s the practice that works. An extreme example is chicken-sexing (mentioned in the transcript); determining the gender of new-born chicks. And I don’t want students to be learning the quadratic equation (one of Roger Schank’s most vivid examples) instead of how math can be used a problem-solving tool.
  • CLARK QUINN  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 2016
    [Examples, Practice] Revolution Reading List
    Here’re a few that have come to my awareness of late, and I have perused in some depth, relative to my own Revolutionize Learning & Development : Jane Hart’s Modern Workplace Learning is an excellent complement to my book, with detailed descriptions of a rich suite of practices that foster a learning workplace. I’m still a book guy (whether print or ebook), and have been reading a number of tomes of late.
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