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  • TONY KARRER  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011
    [Examples, SharePoint] eLearning Conferences 2012
    link] December 2, 2011 Getting Research to Researchers in Developing Countries : Examples from East and Southern Africa, sponsored by Publishers for Development, Charles Darwin House, London, The United Kingdom. link] February 13-15, 2012 O’Reilly Tools of Change for Publishing Conference, 6 th annual, produced by O’Reilly Media, New York City, New York, USA. Clayton R.
  • JOINING DOTS: BLOG  |  MONDAY, MAY 26, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Links last week - 080525
    services - [link] Cloud Computing (great example of how a start-up needed to scale fast and temporarily, and how Amazone Web Services saved their bacon. The following is a selection of links collected from 19th to 25th May 2008, shared via Google Reader , added to FriendFeed or highlighted on Twitter.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  FRIDAY, MAY 22, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Inmagic Presto 3.0 Supports the Social Side of Knowledge Management
    With most of the traditional database tools available in the 80s, you had to make the data fit the structure of the data fields. Then in 1996 Inmagic began offering web publishing tools and Web 1.0 Below is a sample home page of a knowledge sharing system based on Presto. Presto can also be employed in a Sharepoint environment.
  • THE FASTFORWARD BLOG  |  MONDAY, JUNE 29, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Reinventing Silos
    conversations, it’s important to separate the B2C and C2C-focused examples from other focuses (B2E, E2E etc.). What we don’t have are the corresponding ‘drivers ed car crash movies’ to illustrate the disastrous end to conversations that are locked and isolated in disparate tools and formats. I’m interrupting a couple of pieces in progress, because this topic is too significant to wait on.
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 2011
    [Examples, SharePoint] Dreamforce 11: Live Blogging the Benioff Keynote
    Expect to see these announcements to significantly improve their positioning in the space as their CRM tool is probably the top product in the space. Talks about giving everyone the tools to really “delight their customers.&# There is even Chatter for SharePoint. Exploring Cirrus computing story with an example of how it all works, including cross-posting resolutions back out to Facebook and Twitter.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Year-End Thoughts On Enterprise 2.0 Social Software (Part 3)
    The SharePoint 2009 conference in Vegas provided the industry with the first look at SP2010 and its new/enhanced social computing capabilities. With an expected May 2010 release (my best guess), Microsoft has delivered enough "good enough" enhancements that will satisfy a large majority of enterprises committed to SharePoint overall. However, in general, vendors will have to integrate with SharePoint 2010 at some level (e.g.,
  • ENTERPRISE 2.0 EVANGELIST  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] Open Access by Default | Scott Gavin
    Take the example of Sharepoint. I know a number of companies and departments who are deploying the latest and greatest version of Sharepoint under the banner of ‘better collaboration’ and even ‘enterprise 2.0′ ′ I have mixed feelings about Sharepoint but I will save that for another day. Scott Gavin Web Technology and Culture for Business / Enterprise 2.0 Home About Enterprise 2.0
  • WWW.GILYEHUDA.COM  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010
    [Examples, SharePoint] Knowledge Management in Pharma Conference. Part 1 of 2. | Gil Yehuda's Enterprise 2.0 Blog
    I gave examples during the keynote and during the subsequent discussions how the E2.0 For example: One speaker suggested that the key to KM was to create matrix-managed teams that would be created based on the data from a static corporate expertise database. Another suggested that a customized SharePoint solution was the key to the KM program at her last company. But then told us that the use of her customized SharePoint KM solution ended when she left that company.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] First Take: Microsoft Business Productivity Suite Online - Communications Online
    For example. I would ask lots of questions on provisioning and directory/address book synchronization - especially if you have split environments (an on-premises OCS and Office Communications Online) or hybrid environments (Communications Online but Exchange and/or SharePoint on-premises). How will integration with other UC vendors be handled - if I have Avaya or Cisco - how will a hosted OCS interoperate with non-hosted versions of those tools?
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Dion Hinchcliffe Enterprise 2.0 Conference Workshop – Part Two
    For example, wikis are being used for dealing with crisis issues for more transparency than email. platforms; wikis, blogs, microblogging, mashups, online communities, social bookmarking, social networking and them went over the vendor space with examples of each category. There is currently no one stop shop for all tool categories but there are suites. Online communities include: Joomla, Drupal, Zikula, PHP/Nuke SharePoint, Lithium, Telligent, DotNetNuke, KickApps, Jive.
  • TONY KARRER  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Interesting Information via eLearning Learning
    As an example, I can see that eLearning 2.0 relates closely to the concepts Learning 2.0 , eLearning Tools , Corporate eLearning , Personal Learning , and Enterprise 2.0 ; the Tools Odeo , CollectiveX , Bea Pages , Apache Roller , and Dogear ; and the Companies NexLearn , Awareness Networks , Element K , and Mzinga. We've implemented a few features in the eLearning Learning Community. You can see the first feature by visiting the site and clicking around on terms.
  • CHIEFTECH  |  THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Information Management Strategy Reality Check
    One of those sessions was on Building an Information Management Strategy , which was a little surprising in a way because of its emphasis on building that strategy using Microsoft Office and SharePoint , rather than Documentum. The argument continues that Microsoft SharePoint extends that familiar packaging, which makes it easier to introduce to users. And now SharePoint and Office can provide a user-friendly common interface into many other applications, including Documentum.
  • TONY KARRER  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2010
    [Examples, SharePoint] eLearning Predictions Further Thoughts
    Instead, tools, quick reference guides, quick hit videos, etc. SharePoint We had some very interesting exchange around SharePoint. But I had to share the comment: When I train on SharePoint, the biggest issues is that people don't understand what's possible. I really think that’s a big source of SharePoint Fear and Loathing by Learning Professionals. I just read a great post by Dan Pontefract - SharePoint 2010: The New Employee Gateway?
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Microsoft Vine: Social Messaging Entry For Alerts & Status
    I really do enjoy seeing this type of innovation coming from Microsoft - the SharePoint team could learn a lot by working more closely with these folks - and consider leveraging their solutions for the next release of SharePoint. Vine is a tool keep people connected during a crisis, but it’s also used to for more mundane, everyday tasks. My parents, for example, are going to love this. The tool shows you news items on a local map.
  • THE FASTFORWARD BLOG  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Are Enterprise 2.0 Applications Prices Going to Fall? What About Market Size?
    tools will experience falling average deal sizes over the next five years, with some deal sizes dropping by more than half. Oliver points out that in many cases the tools have moved into a period of refinement rather than breakthrough innovation. Even Microsoft, which announced a number of integration capabilities with best of breed vendors, is moving to adding a lot of those capabilities into Sharepoint – see upcoming Sharepoint investment areas.
  • GREEN CHAMELEON  |  SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Enterprise 2.0 Conference Notes: Three Approaches to Social Computing Platforms
    Here is an excellent example of this type of user content added to a web site for foot travel ( Appalachain Mountain Club Goes Web 2.0 ). I like Microsoft's strategy to open up Sharepoint to multiple partners to bring in additional functionality). Jevon - people buy Sharepoint because it is already there - is this the biggest reason. Audience Question: Is there an issue when providing a general tool versus a focused one like the travel tool?
  • JOINING DOTS: BLOG  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 2006
    [Examples, SharePoint] Joining Dots: Blog: Evolving IM
    Whilst it is popular to talk about how technology can assist with people-to-people communication, particularly instant messaging and presence information, there are also some less well-known but equally interesting developments in using tools like IM to improve communication between people and non-organic systems. As business intelligence tools become more widely adopted, the results of data mining and analysis could be used to proactively push business information out through IM.
  • NANCY WHITE  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Communities and Networks Connection Hotlists
    Tom Vander Wall Nails My Sharepoint Experience - Full Circle , March 23, 2009. Examples of online communities in the financial services industry - FreshNetworks , March 17, 2009 (I deeply appreciate examples and cases). Response to “SharePoint 2007: Gateway Drug to Enterprise Social Tools&# - Michael Sampson - Currents , March 15, 2009. Examples of online communities in the not-for-profit sector - FreshNetworks , March 5, 2009.
  • TONY KARRER  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Ten Predictions for eLearning 2008
    tools by learning professionals ( More eLearning Bloggers). Tools to Make Reading & Research More Effective. Prediction #2 => Virtual Classroom Tools - Meeting Tool + Second Life Lite A medium size Virtual Classroom / Meeting Tool will announce features in 2008 that are not 3D immersive, but that are more like Mii characters in a 2.5D Interestingly, they both were originally considered rapid authoring tools but now are becoming THE authoring tools.
  • TONY KARRER  |  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] ASTD Follow-Up
    Tools for eLearning. Part of the beauty of this example is that I believe that through watching what's different with my kids, I can learn a lot about what's different. For example, we still teach Cursive Writing instead of Touch Typing to kids. Knowledge Work Framework Tilde Effect Concept Worker Knowledge Work Not Separate from Learning Tool Set 2009 Search Better Memory Network Learning Information Radar Remote Collaboration Common eLearning 2.0
  • WWW.SOCIALTEXT.COM  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Socialtext: Customers: Case Studies: FONA International
    Similarly, they know that providing their staff with the right collaboration tools can make a huge difference in how effectively they operate both internally and with their customers. Until now, FONA’s people were relying on older tools such as e-mail and documents to share information and organize projects. In search of a solution, the IT department researched several different platforms, including 37 Signal’s Basecamp, Microsoft SharePoint, and Socialtext.
  • COLUMN TWO  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2013
    [Examples, SharePoint] Two upcoming #intranet presentations in Sydney (June and July)
    With the adoption of new technologies, intranets are steadily being transformed into business tools that directly support day-to-day work of staff. In this session, he will explore what leading intranets are doing around the globe, sharing heaps of screenshots and examples. Two big shifts are now changing the face of intranets: the shift of intranet ownership from IT to communications, and the introduction of new technology options (such as SharePoint and cloud-based solutions).
  • ENTERPRISE 2.0 EVANGELIST  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Communicating the benefits of social media to management
    Don’t claim the tools will look after themselves and not require additional resource. On the web, tools ‘seem’ to take off by themselves and attract a massive following. Don’t focus on looking for systems to retire in place of social media tools. Most of the tools we discuss and see implemented inside organisations are adopted differently and fill different needs. These tools often provide linkages between other systems and resources or enhance the use of other tools.
  • TONY KARRER  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Top 9 Posts You May Have Missed
    While it talks in terms of SharePoint, really the patterns described relate to all different types of tools. #2 For example: 24. A search tool other than Google that I use, when and why. 4 - Examples of eLearning 2.0 Wonderful set of examples of what people are doing out there around social learning and eLearning 2.0. #5 Since I'm out, I'm thinking this is a good time to point you to some past posts.
  • ANDREWMCAFEE.ORG  |  TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2010
    [Examples, SharePoint] What’s the Simplest Thing That Could Possibly Work? : Andrew McAfee’s Blog
    He showed me their tools for social networking, blogging, group formation, tagging, & etc. I think part of it is that we have a huge Intranet, and these tools can be hard to find. Most of today’s knowledge workers are somewhere between busy and harried, and they certainly feel that they have better things to do than poke around the Intranet looking for cool new social tools. So in addition to evangelizing, training, leading by example, moving E2.0 tools.
  • WWW.RTODD.COM  |  FRIDAY, JULY 13, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] Barriers to Adoption
    I could have picked any tool but for demonstration, I’ll choose Microsoft’s Sharepoint as the example: 1. “I I have never heard of Sharepoint, what is it? I have heard of Sharepoint but not sure how to use it? I have heard of Sharepoint and I know what it can be used for, but I am still not going to use it” Issue 1 is an awareness issue. That’s an IT thing not a business tool. Sharepoint Social Software Comments (2) Excellent post.
  • [Examples, SharePoint] Inside Microsoft’s Enterprise 2.0 Battle Plan | innovation Creators
    This is a perfect example of the Chirs Anderson’s Long Tail. Sharepoint 2007 isn’t 100% there yet, but is is getting very close. My Site ( a bit like a People Page) Sharepoint’s idea of a “My Site&# is similar to the People Pages I described in Real Enterprise Web 2.0 For yet another example of Microsoft’s openness check out this post: Word Blog HTML Quality. Sharepoint has a ways to go in other areas. For example, a pricing engine.
  • TONY KARRER  |  MONDAY, JUNE 15, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Business of Learning
    Don't I just use SharePoint? As one example of the challenge, Upside Learning ( disclosure ) who often works for training companies to help them build innovative eLearning solutions has what they call an Innovation and New Projects Team. This is a very strange time. While increasing amount of concept work and the pace of change puts a premium on learning, the business of learning faces an incredibly difficult time.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Look, there is a horse. Beat it or ignore it?
    is to replace with tools better suited to the type of collaboration, whether wikis, forums, social networks, etc. I have attempted to fight this battle myself, encouraging and setting the example of using SharePoint to share files. But the setup was far too clumsy and nearly everyone at the company laughed when you would say "it's in SharePoint." Is email useful or not? This topic has gotten some energy lately from Luis Suarez and Andrew McAfee (and others).
  • THE FASTFORWARD BLOG  |  MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] My Notes on Dion Hinchcliffe Enterprise 2.0 Conference Workshop – Part Two
    For example, wikis are being used for dealing with crisis issues for more transparency than email. platforms; wikis, blogs, microblogging, mashups, online communities, social bookmarking, social networking and them went over the vendor space with examples of each category. There is currently no one stop shop for all tool categories but there are suites. Online communities include: Joomla, Drupal, Zikula, PHP/Nuke SharePoint, Lithium, Telligent, DotNetNuke, KickApps, Jive.
  • TONY KARRER  |  MONDAY, JUNE 29, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] New Learning Solutions
    Different Type of Solution I'm going to be more interested when you tell me about a new solution that doesn't fit into the existing categorizations of tools. For example, let's say that you are building a web conferencing solution that includes an easy to use 2.5D For example, if you build something that integrates with Facebook, Twitter, etc. Or maybe it's a product that lives on top of SharePoint. Quite often integration is the barrier to adoption of tools.
  • JOINING DOTS: BLOG  |  MONDAY, MARCH 12, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] Joining Dots: Blog: Google and Microsoft looking alike
    For example, I dont want to require an Internet connection to review my calendar or contacts, regardless of the device Im using (currently they are stored on my laptop, PDA and mobile phone, with synchronisation software between the laptop and other devices). Home | Blog The Old Joining Dots Blog Please note this site has been retired and is no longer updated.
  • INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Blog>> Leadership 2.0
    The talk was about the successful rollout of their Sharepoint portal named Minerva, which includes Web 2.0 tools like blogs and wikis. In another example, the Human Resource director hosted a 72-hr discussion marathon to address HR-related concerns from employees in 40 countries and across different time zones. Attended an iKMS talk last evening by Bonnie Cheuk of Environmental Resources Management (ERM).
  • COLUMN TWO  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2012
    [Examples, SharePoint] Why Kindle is one of the gold standards for enterprise mobility
    It’s also a great example of what enterprise mobility should be aiming for. For example: Peter starts writing the report at his desk on Monday morning. We’re a long way from this at the moment, with many staff secretly installing tools like Dropbox (in violation of enterprise policies), or emailing documents to their personal iPads. I’ve been a Kindle owner for some time now.
  • GREEN CHAMELEON  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Blog>> People Process Technology
    People have to be reminded that magic only exists on TV and by sleight of hand, and the affordances and constraints of technology and tools have to be grappled with to be understood at the operational level. The KM team there looked at a proposed rollout of Sharepoint Teamsites across the (global) company and evidently thought “aha!
  • WWW.INFOVARK.COM  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Defining Enterprise 2.0 : Emergence « Infovark
    The innate flexibility of tools like del.icio.us As an example, let’s take the following enterprise: Figure 1: An enterprise of people with no necks. For example, an ERP accounting system like SAP or Great Plains requires training and subject matter expertise to use effectively. only allowed me to bookmark my favorite financial transactions, I doubt it would have the same appeal…) Figure 2: Adoption of an ERP tool within an enterprise.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2010
    [Examples, SharePoint] KM World and Enterprise Search Summit 2010 Notes: Designing Social Search in the Enterprise
    How do we know what to look for in search tools, services to add into the mix, and or design elements that will make an impact? He will discuss the tools necessary to understand search design, the benefits of social search, and how to work though real world problem sets interactively in the session, so those in the session will come away with the ability to apply what is learned to their work environment.”. Yahoo MyWeb 2 was an example but it is no longer available.
  • FEEDS.FEEDBURNER.COM  |  SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Of bread, butter, cheese, and mousetraps. (Part 2)
    For instance, if an enterprise has a principle which states that it will invest in technologies and services that are mature, stable, secure, and proven in the field - then generalized tools will likely suffice. If that same organization has a principle that states that technologies with a potential for competitive and market advantage are acceptable for deployment - then emerging tools will likely be pursued.
  • THE FASTFORWARD BLOG  |  MONDAY, MAY 25, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] MIT Sloan CIO Symposium Part Three: Enterprise 2.0
    Andrew gave an example of HR person who used blog to roll out new policies. There are now a growing industry of tools to manage the information overload of web 2.0. They also measure the use of social tools in product development. users define use of tools more rather than being told what to do with them. Mr. Raheel Retiwalla, CTO Monitor Analytics and Clearway Technology Partners His firm enables collaboration and dissemination of insights through Sharepoint.
  • COLUMN TWO  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] E2.0 Conference: Social Computing Platforms (IBM & Microsoft)
    Under-the-hood (architecture, development tools, planning guidelines). For example: IBM blog then Microsoft blog; IBM wiki then Microsoft wiki. People would then relate specific functional capabilities to the solutions they saw in the demo and hopefully expand on how those tools could be used in other ways within their organizations. It might not be a platform the same way SharePoint is a platform or other platforms within IBM - but it is clearly a platform in my mind.
  • JOINING DOTS: BLOG  |  MONDAY, MAY 12, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Excel at visualizing data
    Whilst most of my software-specific consulting activities revolve around the luscious SharePoint, I'm always on the lookout to bring Excel to the party. Excel 2007 introduces some new visualization capabilities to make it easier and quicker to analyze large data sets without requiring specialist tools. A simple example - some data about product sales. In this example, I want a green light if the sales variance is 1 or above (i.e.
  • CHIEFTECH  |  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2012
    [Examples, SharePoint] Reimagining the digital workplace
    Technology - not just information technology - has played a critical role in creating the modern workplace (for example, see the history of the skyscraper ). rst century organisations with social tools from Lee Bryant. There is an interesting dynamic between physical structures, technology and how we organise - without electric lighting , modern factories and offices would be very different places.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Lessons Learned from Implementing Social Bookmarking at Océ
    Earlier, I wrote out their micro-messaging (Yammer) , wiki experiences , enterprise information architecture , and SharePoint implementation. Peter and a colleague set up the social bookmarking application in the Research and Development department using an Open Source tool. Several people had used public social bookmarking tools such as del.icio.us For example, one R&D project had both Peter and Samuel as part of the team. tools.
  • WWW.ACCMANPRO.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] The two sides of new technology « AccMan
    Some of the emergent tools are interesting approaches, but they aren’t that fundamentally different that MS Sharepoint (I don’t know if this has been encased in the E2.0 It isn’t terribly exciting, but I bet more people are using Sharepoint today than blogs/wikis. DF: True, but there is a pretty big cost difference between Sharepoint and what many startups offer today. I disagree with what Tom says about Sharepoint but I cannot provide specific data points.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Culture makes the collaboration, not technology
    I completely agree with the sentiment, but some of the specific examples worried me. It is not enough to just deploy the latest collaboration tools, whether that is Microsoft SharePoint; Office Communications Server; Google Apps; a corporate VoIP telephony system; mobile devices like the BlackBerry or iPhone; or the latest online collaboration tool reviewed on WebWorkerDaily.
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Elements of a Corporate Telecommuting Program
    Many large corporations, and even Federal government agencies, are increasingly interested in launching telecommuting programs as a tool for reducing overhead and for employee retention. PC Security, including anti-virus, firewall, VPN, anti-spyware and anti-malware tools. Look to Microsoft Word’s track changes and commenting tools to make document reviews electronic. SharePoint may already be in place in the organization.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Robertson: Ten tips for succeeding at collaboration - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
    Ten tips for succeeding at collaboration [+ audio] view presentation (tags: blogs sharepoint wikis openpublish08 ) Here are the enumerated tips (in American English :-). And he talks through several examples of using these criteria. Establish a portfolio of tools. One tool will NOT unite them all. Just like "Its not about the tools." Knowledge Jolt with Jack This blog is about knowledge management, personal effectiveness, theory of constraints and other topics.
  • WWW.OPENPARENTHESIS.ORG  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] Open Parenthesis » Liveblogging Enterprise 2.0 - Microsoft’s Derek Burney
    Technologies 11:00 am–11:30 am Derek Burney, General Manager, SharePoint Platform and Tools, Microsoft People drive business outcomes. Several areas to discuss of applications leveraging MS technology: First area: promote experts and enable collaboration Shows a “MySite&# example - basically a profile site with user’s experience, former projects, interests and expertise, etc. Also shows a beta of a newsgator project built on top of sharepoint.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Collaborative Thinking: Designing A New User Experience
    At the Lab: A Sampling of Community Events -- Celebrity Wii Tournament -- Nov. Umpquas Business Therapy events offer business leaders specialized tools for success. Mathemagenic Microsoft Knowledge Network Team Blog Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Team Blog Microsoft Team RSS Blog Microsoft Unified Communications Group Team Blog Nicholas Carr Peter OKelly Peter Saint-André Rashmi Sinha Robin Good Solution Watch Stowe Boyd Techcrunch You’re It!
  • JOINING DOTS: BLOG  |  THURSDAY, MAY 8, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Programming Office
    The only people likely to switch completely to online tools are those who almost certainly aren't paying for the product anyway. People are looking for tools to publish docs online - as being demonstrated by the popularity of tools like Slideshare and Scribd (acquisition prospects?) Here's a simple example. Some still haven't heard of SharePoint. They can't find examples to relate to or events to attend that might explain it all ('Too techie').
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] iQuest: Putting Greater Transparency into the Enterprise
    The phrama company we talked about had given up hope of being able to search their multiple terabytes of data in multiple repositories, diverse platforms, and different metadata structures with one tool until they ran a proof-of-concept trial with iQuest. It will sit on top of Sharepoint, for example, and find relationship across and within the documents and other data that shows up in a Sharepoint search. While a theme of the enterprise 2.0
  • FEEDS.FEEDBURNER.COM  |  SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Of bread, butter, cheese, and mousetraps
    Interesting comment below regarding a little debate between Sam Lawrence of Jive Software and Lawrence Liu of Microsoft regarding the recent SharePoint conference. Office SharePoint 2007 does indeed have support for blogs and wikis "out of the box" The MySite capabilities does provide a user profile feature and some networking capabilities (e.g., Socialtext , NewsGator and Atlassian ( Confluence wiki ) are examples.
  • AIIMCOMMUNITIES.ORG  |  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2010
    [Examples, SharePoint] Who Should Decide If Your Organization Needs Enterprise 2.0? Hint: Not the Boss | Enterprise 2.0 Blogs
    It can be done – you can find examples to support the idea that better connections between employees improve the financial position of the company. With all due respect to me, and those in positions like mine: we are the least qualified to decide whether tools are needed, let alone deciding what tools they should be. read more 90% Migrate to SharePoint 2010 90% of current Microsoft SharePoint users plan on migrating to the new SharePoint 2010, shows a.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Microsoft Social Computing Overview
    Microsoft design point is to co-mingle structured collaboration tools alongside social computing tools - it's unrealistic to think of social computing disconnected from collaborations strategies. This situation also causes users experience is fractured across too many tools and silos. Customer examples: Accenture (extensive use of MySite, social distance), skill attributes used for staffing, etc), Electronic Arts (very strong from a user experience and aesthetic viewpoint).
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2010
    [Examples, SharePoint] Enterprise 2.0 Conference: Session Proposals
    Vendor Round-up: Innovate Or Perish posted by Mike Gotta in Social Tools & Apps for the Enterprise on 12/18/2009 12:26 PM CST. Social tools have made innovation a more open and transparent effort where customers and employees become active contributors. My co-worker, Alice Wang, and myself will present research findings on how organizations have leveraged social tools as part of formal and informal innovation initiatives. Microsoft SharePoint 2010: Win, Place, Or Show?
  • INCREDIBLYDULL.BLOGSPOT.COM  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Incredibly Dull: Enterprise 2.0, Revisited
    The Downside of Twitter Is SharePoint the Lotus Notes of the 21st Century? Just as the formal and informal networks must co-exist, the tools, applications, and web sites that support them must co-exist, not compete. What this means is that where the cultures intersect, the tools should intersect as well. It is a clear example of needing to dismantle something that works in order to have a future.
  • TURNING KNOWLEDGE WORKERS INTO INNOVATION CREATORS  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] How to use Blogs in the Workplace | innovation Creators
    There are plenty of blogs out there that can tell you how to use blogs as a PR and marketing tool to communicate with your clients. The idea behind Activity Centric Worksites is to use blogging tools to facilitate focused business communication. Instead of using a blog as a tool for one person to broadcast their thoughts on “whatever”, use blogs as a platform to help people within your company communicate about what they are doing for work.
  • WWW.FASTFORWARDBLOG.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 2010
    [Examples, SharePoint] The FASTForward Blog » Implementing Enterprise 2.0 at Booz Allen: Part Five – Lessons Learned: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary
    In June 2009, Booz Allen was honored with the Open Enterprise 2009 Innovation Award so it is a good example to explore in depth. They needed to be addressed in terms of the business value to them and not in terms of introducing new tools or even approaches. For example, shifting messages from “use Hello to network” to “Hello can help you do your job better” was helpful. Sample efforts included coaching executives to help them model effective use of Hello.
  • INCREDIBLYDULL.BLOGSPOT.COM  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Incredibly Dull: Understanding Technology Adoption From the Customer's Perspective
    The Downside of Twitter Is SharePoint the Lotus Notes of the 21st Century? Here is an example.) The classic example of misuse is email: many users in large corporations use email as an archiving tool -- emailing themselves documents as a way of saving them (rather than leaving them on their PC and risk their loss). Replacing an existing tool can be more difficult than instituting a new tool. Take SharePoint, for example.
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2012
    [Examples, SharePoint] Dreamforce 12: Live Blogging the Benioff Keynote
    Using example of REI, Rossignol, and skis where they can plan collaboratively using social tools. Great Social CRM example, though would love hard numbers. Really pitching Service Cloud, includes federated search, internal objects as knowledge, external sources such as SharePoint. Examples include GameStop, Activision, and Twitter. Showing campaign performance, dashboards, demographic breakdowns, and drill downs using Commonwealth Bank as an example.
  • CHIEFTECH  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Where next for Enterprise RSS in 2009
    Oliver Young notes : "KnowNow went out of business completely; NewsGator shifted focus and now leads with its Social Sites for SharePoint offering, while its Enterprise Server catches much less attention; and Attensa has been very quiet this year. This need for leadership is reflected in Young 's other comments that, " [Businesses] know they have a problem, but instead of investing in RSS many bought other products like wikis, blogs, and social networking tools. '
  • ENTERPRISE 2.0 EVANGELIST  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] More ways to launch Enterprise 2.0 at your company | Scott Gavin
    Handouts – these were more like quick tips on the tools Speakers – we managed to secure some great speakers to inspire people with the possibilities of web2.0 Once you have people interested you need to back it up with the tools, support, pilots, workshops, mentoring etc. For example I am on a call right now and see that “wiki&# was not mentioned in one gent’s slide on collaboration tools. Scott Gavin Web Technology and Culture for Business / Enterprise 2.0
  • BLOG.LYONSCG.COM  |  THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] LCG Enterprise Technology Blog: ROI on social networking? TransUnion is leading the way.
    Posts by Heather Swanson Posts by Steve Krol SharePoint Subscribe to this blogs feed Recent Posts ROI on social networking? Business Cases: Part Three – Connectbeam Example People-Centric Collaboration Strategy - Rob Koplowitz, Forrester Research Technorati Favorites LCG Practices Collaboration Business Intelligence ERP eCommerce Google Analytics « Doing More With Less: The Business Case for Enterprise 2.0 | Main March 24, 2009 ROI on social networking?
  • CHIEFTECH  |  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] This is the old ChiefTech blog.: Are Wikipatterns, Collaborative Patterns?
    For example, patterns such as using champions, seeding content, welcoming new contributors etc Ive used successfully with old school discussion groups for years (for some ideas in this space, check out Cliff Figallo on Hosting Web Communities ). For example, Ive seen successful application of a wiki-like philosophy to document management systems and web-based project spaces that deliver significant benefits over the email and shared drives they replaced.
  • NETWORKS, COMPLEXITY, AND RELATEDNESS  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2010
    [Examples, SharePoint] Socializing
    These may be either tools, platforms, or social networking sites/services. Social tools are the individual programs and products that use, either in concert or individually, for example, blogs and wikis. Social software platforms consist of suites of social tools that are packaged as solutions aimed at one or more business segments. Jive, for example, is a collaboration platform designed with a social perspective.
  • BILLIVES.TYPEPAD.COM  |  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] Portals and KM: Awareness – Enterprise 2.0 Social Media Platform
    tools on the Fast Forward blog. Awareness , the social media software platform formerly known as iUpLoad, provides a common platform for all the current social media tools and capabilities that are being used in a business context (blogs, wikis, podcasts, RSS, social networking, social book marking, tagging, mashups, photo sharing, video sharing, forums, discussion groups, etc.) the proliferation of many siloed tools that do not integrate easily. tools web 2.0
  • TURNING KNOWLEDGE WORKERS INTO INNOVATION CREATORS  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] Read/Write Intranet Idol | innovation Creators
    Rod Bill @ January 15th, 2007 Er, Sharepoint? Companies have been using, en masse, Sharepoint since 2003. It is by far the best web conferencing tool and I believe it will get rapid adoption in 2007. Even then, while Zoho’s polling tool is easy to use, it is also easy to hack. But, it also appears that companies are more afraid of internal / external blogs because they see examples of powerful bloggers causing large companies problems on the open internet.
  • ENTERPRISE 2.0 EVANGELIST  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] Not excited yet? | Scott Gavin
    Even in my own IT department at the time there was only a handful of us who saw the potential in this new breed of tools. Well think about these examples: You are a big company with a dedicated communications team who write and publish material to the intranet. I’m not saying the (two random) examples above will necessarily save money/cut staff, but they would shake things up a bit and turn current models on their head. Then about your examples.
  • TONY KARRER  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Learned about Learning in 2009
    Tool Set 2009 LinkedIn Guide for Knowledge Workers Top-Down Strategy Better Memory Information Radar Processing Pages with Links Networks and Learning Communities Network Skills Twitter as Personal Work and Learning Tool Search Browser Short Cuts Work Literacy Workshop Collaboration Tools Remote Collaboration Also, a lot of my presentations have been about exactly these things. tools, and then helped them engage in conversation around what it means to HP.
  • FEEDS.FEEDBURNER.COM  |  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] Social Software Vendor Roundup
    At the beginning of 2007, our customers came looking with a more tool-centric approach, but interestingly most now come looking for a suite of solutions. That might point more towards a tool approach, but perhaps the tool of the future is not one of the categories above but all of them together with a killer strategy to leverage incumbent enterprise data.
  • CHIEFTECH  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] This is the old ChiefTech blog.: Chuck Hollis on EMC's Social Media Journey
    This isnt the first time weve heard about collaboration software vendors who dont use their own tools , but dont jump to conclusions about his reasons as he makes a point that really caught my attention: " We didnt see this as a document-centric problem. So we werent interested in Lotus, or Sharepoint, or even EMCs eRoom and Documentum products. A few are excellent examples of SM and community principles at work. This is the old ChiefTech blog.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] My KM World Notes: Evolve From a Tactical E-Discovery Approach to Search and E-Discovery
    Although search is a critical component of e-discovery, enterprises Forrester surveyed use a grab bag of search tools and techniques for litigation or regulatory inquiries. Many people are using Sharepoint but it is not designed for this task. This is another example of fragmentation. There are tools that use fuzzy logic, clustering, and other means to uncover key words that you did not think about. This is another in a series of notes from the  2009 KM World. 
  • TONY KARRER  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Trends in Learning
    Training Method Trends suggests that social learning tools are beginning to take off. The Result When you look at Examples of eLearning 2.0 , none of them individually seem all that radical. Many organizations are using SharePoint to implement these kinds of solutions. Someone was just asking me about the big trends in learning and the implications of those trends on corporate learning and development.
  • TONY KARRER  |  MONDAY, JULY 20, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] eLearning Topics
    For example, we see terms now at the top like Learning Management System , AICC , SCORM. For example, when I view my blog's content through the eLearning Learning lens , it shows me that relative to other sources of content in the system, I tend to talk about: eLearning 2.0 (130) 2006 2010 2007 Does the associated years for SharePoint suggest it's a technology for the future? I've done a few posts in the past that take a look at the topics that are Hot Topics in Training.
  • JONMELL.CO.UK  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Don’t make me think! | 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 How to find the people you need Sharepoint as an Enterprise 2.0 needing to be in the flow of existing collaborative tools. tools are put in the flow of existing applications, the wrong tool may be used for the wrong type of communication.
  • GREEN CHAMELEON  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Green Chameleon » People Process Technology
    People have to be reminded that magic only exists on TV and by sleight of hand, and the affordances and constraints of technology and tools have to be grappled with to be understood at the operational level. The KM team there looked at a proposed rollout of Sharepoint Teamsites across the (global) company and evidently thought “aha!
  • WWW.TECHSOUP.ORG  |  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2006
    [Examples, SharePoint] 15 Ways to Use Software to Improve Your Knowledge Management
    View sample) New Product Alert Additions to the TechSoup Stock catalog. View sample) Email: RSS Feed Be notified of new articles and products as soon as we publish them All TechSoup RSS Feeds What Is RSS? Browse by category: Browse by category Software Hosted Applications Website Tools Training Credit Card Processing Networking Hardware Full list of partners and products. Email is a powerful and affordable tool. Virtual group collaboration tools.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: What Ill Be Looking For
    Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Will It Take A Youthquake To Re-Tool The Enterprise? How will IBM use social computing as an insertion strategy to relegates Microsofts Office SharePoint Server 2007 to collaboration and content management solutions while Lotus Connections becomes the social computing platform for the enterprise? mobile) examples.
  • INCREDIBLYDULL.BLOGSPOT.COM  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Incredibly Dull: Web 2.0 and the Lack of Process
    The Downside of Twitter Is SharePoint the Lotus Notes of the 21st Century? For example, a wiki is simply a web site anyone can edit. Wikipedia, the classic example of a successful wiki is also a prime example of the amount of work needed to make that wiki a success: A clear statement of purpose , a well-defined process for contributing , and mechanisms for handling exceptions. What tools are appropriate?
  • ENTERPRISE 2.0 EVANGELIST  |  SUNDAY, MAY 13, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] Getting started with the corporate wiki | Scott Gavin
    I think this post will get renamed ‘Getting started with corporate wikis part 1’ as there are loads more examples I can drill down on, but for now I hope that helps you Toby! facebook flickr how to ideas knowledge plaza launch london marketing neat stuff not related to e2 plain english playlocal presentation quotes revenue rss sales security sharepoint slides social networking stories tools twitter Uncategorized usage video virtual worlds visual web2.0
  • ENTERPRISE 2.0 EVANGELIST  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] Charlie continues to promote Enterprise 2.0 | Scott Gavin
    I think there is scope to drill down on specific scenario’s and examples of Enterprise 2.0. facebook flickr how to ideas knowledge plaza launch london marketing neat stuff not related to e2 plain english playlocal presentation quotes revenue rss sales security sharepoint slides social networking stories tools twitter Uncategorized usage video virtual worlds visual web2.0 Scott Gavin Web Technology and Culture for Business / Enterprise 2.0 Home About Enterprise 2.0
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 2010
    [Examples, SharePoint] My Favorite Tweets for March 15 - 31
    RT @ GautamGhosh : Professional Services Firm and how they can leverage social media - Bearing Point example [link] 9:51 AM Mar 25th. 10 Essential Design Tools for Social Media Pros [link]. Look what's become of SharePoint. Here is the thirteenth in a new series of posts that provide access to my favorite tweets that contain links to useful information. 
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Summary of Some Summaries of Enterprise 2.0 Conference
    In it Dan McCall, Kishan Mallur and Erik Johnson cited specific examples how they generated buzz on the cheap, got influencers to become evangelists, and created a sense of ownership. In this context, he added that from his perspective the Sharepoint ’shared drive’ approach to structured data workflows is robust, but much of the current collaboration functionality is waited to be released. I greatly enjoyed this years Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston.
  • WWW.CMSWIRE.COM  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 2010
    [Examples, SharePoint] Collaborative Culture, or the Real Enterprise 2.0
    Stay Informed Add Our RSS Feed Follow Us On Twitter Get Email Updates Top Articles CMSWire Top Articles What is SharePoint 2010? Vision and Reality 9 comments Installing SharePoint 2010 on Windows 7 12 comments 10 Innovative Software Companies to Watch Overview: SharePoint 2010 Metadata and Taxonomy Management 8 comments MS Project 2010: Goodbye Portfolio Server, Hello SharePoint 10 comments Oracle Unveils MySQL 5.5, Articles What is SharePoint 2010?
  • [Examples, SharePoint] The Chief Knowledge Officer’s Dilemma | innovation Creators
    Tools that have been developed in KM focused on information management and do not support many of the key knowledge work processes. 1 A Change in the Chief Knowledge Office’s Goals and Objectives The advent of blogs, wikis, social bookmarking tools and social filtering tools like Digg , mean that the CKO’s job has totally changed. That means giving knowledge workers tools that make them more productive. tools.
  • ENTERPRISE 2.0 EVANGELIST  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] It’s the culture. Technology is secondary. | Scott Gavin
    A culture of; open information, encouragement of published content, loose control around what is published, letting your intranet evolve rather than force it in any direction, allow everyone to have their say and provide them with the ability to publish content, save laying down policies etc and let the common sense of your workers prevail, leading by example (that mean as the boss you need to use the tools too). Scott Gavin Web Technology and Culture for Business / Enterprise 2.0
  • MIKEG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Collaborative Thinking: Enterprise 2.0: Culture Required?
    However, it the wiki was open and allowed participation from others in the organization even though their role, workflow or functional duties did not direct them to interact with that wiki group - well, now we have crossed over into the emergence aspects of Enterprise 2.0 - and, were back to "the culture thing" So you can see how tools, context and whether the interaction pattern is directed or volunteered all collide with each other. Tools are tools. tools.
  • WWW.FASTFORWARDBLOG.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] The FASTForward Blog » Enterprise Mashups from Serena Software: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary
    tool with the greatest impact in the long run so I applaud their direction. They want the same innovations at their work and they are already starting to bring these tools to work (for example, see WSJ on An Office Winner: Consumer Tech ). I watched René demo the creation of a sample application and it seemed like the task that even I could do, the acid test for ease of use and the absence of IT skill requirements. René first provided a consumer example.
  • CHUCKSBLOG.TYPEPAD.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] A Journey In Social Media: Passion: The Secret Ingredient?
    Lets take blogging as an example. Posted at 03:07 PM | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Passion: The Secret Ingredient? : » Enterprise Collaboration and Virtual Teams Report (March 8, 2008) from Effective Collaboration The People Part of Enterprise Collaboration and Virtual Teams Microsoft released tools to help with the adoption of SharePoint in the enterprise: the Internal Buzz Kit, and GEAR Up.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  MONDAY, MAY 11, 2009
    [Examples, SharePoint] Oracle Beehive 1.5: Still A Work-In-Progress
    Team workspaces, web / video conferencing, and integration with desktop productivity tools (including Windows Explorer) were the among the list of improvements cited in the press release. This has resulted in tools being deployed that are more costly for organizations to deploy and maintain from an infrastructure and operations perspective. The fragmented nature of collaboration tools also negatively impacts end users (fragmented tools result in a poor user experience).
  • KMEDGE.ORG  |  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] New KM Links
    As part of those conversations I started clarifying the difference between the vendors like IBM and Microsoft that have collaboration platforms (Lotus, SharePoint) and the vendors that are offering unique "suites" (Jive, Awareness, and others). Various theories from social psychology have been used to explain this 'what's in it for me' factor to better understand how to successfully introduce social computing tools into corporate environments. Collaboration: Leading by Example.
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  TUESDAY, MAY 27, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Wordpress for Library Websites | Information Wants To Be Free
    Information Wants To Be Free A librarian, writer, educator and tech geek reflecting on the profession and the tools we use to serve our patrons Home About me Contact me CV Book Website Presentations SJSU Class Meredith Farkas Librarian, writer, teacher and tech geek. I was wondering if you knew of any really good examples of libraries that are using Wordpress for as their website. We are a small library, so I was definitely leaning toward WP as a tool.
  • WEEKLY KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT BLOG BY STAN GARFIELD  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] SHAM Discussion Group, Fred Nickols, Creatively Encouraging User Adoption, Government KM Community, KAM, Levity Effect
    John Smith sent me an example of how Robert Textor sends out invitations to his local community called Thirsters. Abraham Maslow is often credited with saying that “If your only tool is a hammer then every problem looks like a nail.” To paraphrase him, when your only tool is a computer, then every problem reduces to the bits and bytes of data. Weekly Knowledge Management Blog by Stan Garfield. KM Question, Blog, Link, and Book of the Week.
  • CHIEFTECH  |  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2012
    [Examples, SharePoint] A short history of intranets and what next with social, mobile and cloud
    When Tim Berners-Lee and his collaborators first proposed the idea that became the World Wide Web in 1989, he wanted to create a hypertext system that would allow users to: "link and access information of various kinds… [to overcome] current incompatibilities of the platforms and tools.". Much later, in 2001, Microsoft also launched SharePoint. Yammer was acquired this year by Microsoft , who are building out a similar strategy with SharePoint itself.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Collaborative Thinking: Why Is Social Software So Important?
    For example, a project workspace created to support a marketing team working on a proposal is not intended to be the primary vehicle for capturing competitive intelligence. While this example is over-simplified, it illustrates a common situation where worker contributions can be constrained by applications designed to support formal and structured work tasks. E-mail is one of the few universal tools workers have access to that allows contributions in a free-form manner.
  • KMWORLDBLOG.COM  |  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] From CoLLection to CoNNection - Yves Noble of Capgemini on CG’s move to KM 2.0 | KMWorld and Intranets 2008 Blog
    years 7 years to refresh knowledge content (wow, papyrus grows faster than that) Complex and confusing for non-experts Many disconnects between tools, processes and the organisation Costly infrastructure How CG Started the Changeove r 150+ interviews throughout the organisation Massive adoption of community-based solutions occurring in the outside worldd (Wikipedia, YouTube, Facebook, Flickr, etc.
  • BLOGS.ZDNET.COM  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] Social networking, IBM, Microsoft etc: the Twitterverse debates | Irregular Enterprise | ZDNet.com
    elsua @dahowlett RE: [link] , yes,because the focus is shifting from tools/processes to people, where it should have started in 1st place dahowlett @elsua you’ve said it yourself! vanderwal @dahowlett I have been using this stuff does what KM tools promised, but never delivered, but this time by doing not promising. olivermarks @dahowlett sharepoint & Lotus Notes=typical IT solution dahowlett @njames true and do I love what those guys do?
  • FEEDS.FEEDBURNER.COM  |  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] The problem of emergence
    Instead, they’re building tools that let these aspects of knowledge work emerge. So, for example, instead of locking down a taxonomy for categorizing documents, the designers might provide a tagging system to allow a folksonomy to emerge from the idiosyncratic choices of each user. It’s easy to see the power of emergence in such examples as flickr, facebook, and technorati. A complete taxonomy, for example, may overwhelm a small set of potential early adopters.
  • WWW.FASTFORWARDBLOG.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2008
    [Examples, SharePoint] The FASTForward Blog » The problem of emergence: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary
    Instead, they’re building tools that let these aspects of knowledge work emerge. So, for example, instead of locking down a taxonomy for categorizing documents, the designers might provide a tagging system to allow a folksonomy to emerge from the idiosyncratic choices of each user. It’s easy to see the power of emergence in such examples as flickr, facebook, and technorati. A complete taxonomy, for example, may overwhelm a small set of potential early adopters.
  • ENTERPRISE 2.0 EVANGELIST  |  MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2007
    [Examples, SharePoint] There will be no innovation or collaboration | Scott Gavin
    It’s a good example that some cultural requirements have to be fulfilled for a company to be able to use Enterprise 2.0 facebook flickr how to ideas knowledge plaza launch london marketing neat stuff not related to e2 plain english playlocal presentation quotes revenue rss sales security sharepoint slides social networking stories tools twitter Uncategorized usage video virtual worlds visual web2.0 Scott Gavin Web Technology and Culture for Business / Enterprise 2.0
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