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PORTALS AND KM [Workflow] My KM World Session Notes: Jeremiah Owyang on Architecting a Connected Enterprise
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2011
This requires a dedicated team with workflow and crisis response methods. I am primarily posting my notes from the 2011 KM World on the Darwin blog. I will share a few key sessions here and then a list of all of them with links. I I attended the opening keynote, Architecting a Connected Enterprise, by Jeremiah Owyang , Industry Analyst - Altimeter Group. Here is the session description.
SPINNING A LEARNING WEB [Workflow] The evolution of a blog: enter the lifestream
| THURSDAY, JULY 9, 2009
I want a workflow that meets all of my needs, and whilst I haven’t quite cracked it, I’m well on the way. If you’re a regular visitor to Groundling, you may have noticed that the last few days’ posts have been little compendiums of my online reading for the day. I haven’t posted any original material, but have chosen instead to share my day’s discoveries with my readers. Lazy blogger?
PORTALS AND KM [Workflow] Summary of Some Summaries of Enterprise 2.0 Conference
| TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2009
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. This is the third year that I have participated and I feel it has gotten better each year. The best part was meeting new people and engaging with others I have know for a while.
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Workflow] Persistent Group Chat in Office Communications Server R2
| TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2009
It would be nice to see a workflow escalation scenario. In August, 2007 Microsoft announced its intent to acquire Parlano. Parlano's leading product, MindAllign, delivered "persistent group chat". After the acquisition was completed, Microsoft has kept quiet on exactly how it would adapt Parlano's technology and deliver it as part of Office Communications Server (OCS). With OCS R2 launched in February 2009 that mystery has been resolved: Persistent Group Chat - Downloadable Data Sheet.
TONY KARRER [Workflow] Workplace Learning Professionals Next Job - Management Consultant
| MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2009
In 2019: A workplace learning odyssey Performance support will be built into the workflow and take the form of online tools, networks and coaching. The Big Question this month is Workplace Learning in 10 Years : If you peer inside an organization in 10 years time and you look at how workplace learning is being supported by that organization, what will you see? What will the mix of Push vs. Pull Learning; Formal vs. Informal supported by the organization? Are there training departments?
- [Workflow] Summary of Twitter stream from Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum
jverco: In the enterprise: IM is problem solving, wikis are primarily for workflow #e2ef. amalaviya: Will mobile workflow evolve into a mobile BPM solution for the enterprise? helmitch: Now on to topics about mobile workflow etc #e2ef. helmitch: having somethng to get into the workflow is the biggest challenge - this needs to happen for it to stick - again, culture change #e2ef. At Enterprise 2.0
- [Workflow] Is a Paperless Office a Pipedream or Really Possible?
On the whole I’ve managed to stay paperless without contriving my workflow…though I’d really love some sorta ebook reader, tablet or supersize iPhone for reading.. “Paperless Office.. That has a nice ring to it. But is it really attainable for anyone other than those who can get obsessive about scanning and shredding? I’ve been trying to reduce paper, but in the process, I’ve felt a mental backlash that is driving me back to paper.
THE FASTFORWARD BLOG [Workflow] How Three Software Vendors are Using Twitter for Sales, Service, and Brand Monitoring Conversations
| SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 2009
He pointed to a recent post on their blog, Twitter lead generation workflow with SM2 Alerts, which discussed how Techrigy, itself, uses use Twitter in conjunction with SM2?s I have been talking with a number of enterprise 2.0 vendors in connection with the AppGap blog. I now usually ask them how they are using Twitter. Here are three examples: Central Desktop , Techrigy , and Filtrbox. I have written about Central Desktop several times (e.g.,
THE FASTFORWARD BLOG [Workflow] IBM Activities is a Prime Time Enterprise 2.0 Tool
| TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2008
In the Ryder project , the knowledge management system aligned with the workflow as it was explicitly designed to do this. Here is some interesting research from IBM on the effects of a set of enterprise 2.0 tools. Activities, Bluemail, & CoScripter: Sharing and Reusing Work in the Enterprise by Tara Matthews & John Tang of the IBM Almaden Research Center. Thanks to Tomoaki Swada for pointing out this work to me.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] 10 Google Chromebook tips, tricks and tweaks
| MONDAY, JULY 9, 2012
It works for me because it fits my workflow nicely and without the distractions or extra features my work efforts don’t require. I’ve been using a new Google Chromebook — specifically the Samsung Series 5 550 — since I bought it for $449 about a month ago. For the first week, I was alternating between a capable and portable two-year old MacBook Air and the Chromebook, but for the past three weeks, I’ve been a happy full-time Chromebook user.
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Workflow] Collaborative Thinking: Why Is Social Software So Important?
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2008
data collection, document processing, and workflow management). Most contributions within business processes are governed by formal managerial practices and supported by applications that are structured in terms of workflow, roles and task sequencing.
- [Workflow] The relevance of knowledge management today - Trends in the Living Networks
In an article on The Future of Knowledge Management published in KM Review and other publications in 2004, I explained why I felt it was time to move on from knowledge management, at the time identifying five successors to the movement: social networks, collaboration, relevance, workflow, and knowledge-based relationships.
THE BAMBOO PROJECT BLOG [Workflow] The Bamboo Project Blog: Organizational Barriers to Using Web 2.0 Tools
| SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2007
She pointed out to me that while she sees that social media tools make it easier for non-technical types to integrate technology into their workflow, at the same time theres an ongoing organizational message that says "Leave the technology stuff to the IT department." The Bamboo Project Blog « A Librarian Asks "Whats the Big Deal About Blogs?" | Main | Mojiti--Tool for Annotating Videos » Organizational Barriers to Using Web 2.0
- [Workflow] 14 Things Corporations Can Learn from Seasoned Web Workers
If you have highly-sensitive documents, you may have to enlist your IT department in setting up a VPN with controlled access, but for many routine workflows that’s overkill. As the New York Times has noticed , big corporations are starting to get with the web work program. But they’re mostly doing it in a big corporation sort of way, with fancy (and expensive) telepresence systems.
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] User Research With Small Business Owners: Best Practices and Considerations
| TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2015
Also, conducting in-person interviews provides context often needed to understand complicated processes and workflows that business owners and their employees face. The majority of our work at Google has involved conducting user research with small business owners: the small guys that are typically defined by governmental organizations as having 100 or fewer employees, and that make up the majority of businesses worldwide.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Singletasking: The Next Trend in Web Working?
| FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2009
But if you’ve been feeling like you’re being pulled in all directions, and wondering about how best to counter the cumulative effects of a schizophrenic workflow, you may want to give singletasking a try. Written by Darrell Etherington. We freelance web workers multitask like it was going out of style. Question is, is it actually going out of style? Some people think so, and they look to singletasking as the next trend in how we work.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Could the iPad Be My New Travel Computing Device?
| FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 2010
Those savings add up quickly, and the always-on access would make my workflow easier while traveling. Coincidentally, Apple happened to announce the new iPad on the morning that I came home after four exhausting days on the road at a trade show. These road trips are hard on my technology — and also on me as I have to lug all my technology around.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Forget iWorks — I’m Editing Google Docs on the iPad
| THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 2010
But there’s a common thread among all — folks are wondering how (or if) an iPad fits into their daily workflow, and that gets me to my second trend. With all the talk about Apple’s iPad, I’m noticing two trends. First, the device is polarizing opinions — people either lust for it or say they don’t see the point of it. Very few seem to be “on the fence about the iPad.
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] Integrating Prototyping Into Your Design Process
| TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2009
Does the workflow make sense at a high level? “ Just like with any other UX research or design tool, context plays a critical role in determining how effective prototyping will be for you. ” Prototyping is a big deal right now. We get wrapped up in mailing list threads, new tools are released at an astonishing pace, books are being published, and articles show up on Boxes & Arrows. Clients are even asking for prototypes.
KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK [Workflow] How do you know when you are effective? - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
| WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 2008
More here, if youre interested: When Inputs Exceed Your Workflow Systems Capacity [link] Thanks a bunch! Knowledge Jolt with Jack This blog is about knowledge management, personal effectiveness, theory of constraints and other topics. Opinions expressed here are strictly those of the owner, Jack Vinson, and those of the commenters. How do you know when you are effective?
CHIEFTECH [Workflow] This is the old ChiefTech blog.: Chuck Hollis on EMC's Social Media Journey
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2008
We know well need stronger content management capabilities in the future, but we dont expect Jive to provide that in their product, only the ability to integrate with stronger back-end content management and workflow platforms. This is the old ChiefTech blog. Nice of you to drop in and visit. However, you need to come over and see my new blog at chieftech.com.au. ©2005-2009. ©2005-2009.
THE FASTFORWARD BLOG [Workflow] The Role of Social Techniques in Search & How It Impacts Your Organization: KM World Session Notes
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2009
You need to create new information workflows to support this sharing. This is another in a series of notes from the 2009 KM World. These notes are done real time so please excuse typos. It is titled: The Role of Social Techniques in Search & How It Impacts Your Organization by Charlene Li , P artner, Altimeter Group ( @charleneli ). Here is the session description.
THE FASTFORWARD BLOG [Workflow] Dion Hinchcliffe Enterprise 2.0 Conference Workshop – Part One
| MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2009
These tools will interrupt workflow less. Dion Hinchcliffe is leading an opening workshop on Implementing Enterprise 2.0 at the Boston Enterprise 2.0 conference. I have long been an admirer of his work and was pleased to see this session. The subtitle is: Exploring the Tools and Techniques of Emergent Change. Dion said the concept of emergent and social is critical. I like the fact that many stories will be offered as I agree that they offer more than “factual” information.
THE FASTFORWARD BLOG [Workflow] The Sharepoint Sessions Revisited â€“ Part One - Extending SharePoint Beyond Collaboration
| MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2008
Documents can be in SpringCM (while in workflow) and end up back in Sharepoint. I started October with a four part series, The Sharepoint Session s, based on a local Boston event sponsored by Knowledge Management Associates , â€œReal World Sharepoint Experiences.â€ Well I am at it again. This time I am sharing my notes from AIIM's Automating Document - centric Processes â€“ Is SharePoint Enough ?â€ â€ Seminar. I am going to cover four AIIM sessions in individual posts.
CLARK QUINN [Workflow] Planning and panic
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2008
I’m reminded of when Don Norman mocked up his new kitchen in cardboard and practiced workflow before settling on a design.) All morning, a crew has been systematically demolishing our kitchen (one learning: it’s hard to concentrate with regular sounds of destruction in close proximity). This is as planned. We’ve wanted a new kitchen since we had experience with the one that came with the house.
THE FASTFORWARD BLOG [Workflow] One deeply informed view of IT as a transformational tool
| TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 2010
This is because it is fundamentally all about the way a business should operate, manifested in information access, workflows, networks, and business rules. Blind Spot: A Leader’s Guide To IT-Enabled Business Transformation , Feld, Charlie. In the 1980s a handful of organizations established that the right combination of strategic and technology insights and execution could lead to results worth the attention of CEOs and Boards of Directors.
THE FASTFORWARD BLOG [Workflow] E2.0: Unleashing the Potential
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2009
It unleashes the potential of humans not with workflow, but by flowing work and thought on persistent conversations. “technology…processes by which an organization transforms labor capital, materials, and information into products and services of greater value.”. Clayton Christensen, The Innovator’s Dilemma. Technology? The term “technology” is as misused as the word “diet”. Anything you eat makes up your diet. You can’t go on a diet, you’re already on one.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Innovation management, Brightidea style
| TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2011
Before that it was a very cumbersome workflow as people were trying to track every idea that came in using email and spreadsheets. Good ideas are just the start of an organization’s innovation process. Once you have the good ideas, what do you do with them? Innovation management tools can support the transition from good idea to great product.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Can Your iPhone Keep a Secret? Password Managers Compared
| THURSDAY, MAY 5, 2011
The workflow for creating a new item takes some getting used to. In light of recent events regarding the security of online password managers , it’s worth a look at some of the alternatives out there, and the advantages and disadvantages of each. I’ve been using password managers on devices I carry around with me for almost 10 years now. When the first iPhone came out , I remember wanting one, but the reason I did not get one was because there were no third-party apps.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] The 5S Process for Getting Organized
| THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2010
This fourth step is about establishing standards and a system for organization, and integrating them into your workflow in order to maintain a high level of neatness. Here I go again, writing about organization. This time, though, it’s not because I’ve found a great new app to help me. You see that picture? It’s my inbox, aka my “to-be-dealt-with pile. And there are two more like it. If only there were an app that could help me!
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] A Truly Ambitious Product Idea: Making Stuff for People
| TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2013
It needs more user-centered ways of doing bug triage and structuring development workflow. When I was eleven, my parents bought a Mac Plus. It had a tiny monochrome screen, a floppy drive, and 1MB of memory. And it came with something called HyperCard. HyperCard let you make stuff. It had documents called stacks , each a series of cards – similar to PowerPoint today.
CLARK QUINN [Workflow] Learning in 2024 #LRN2024
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2014
Working ‘out loud’, showing our work, and working together is a critical inflection point in bringing learning back into the workflow in a natural way and away from the ‘event’ model. The eLearning Guild is celebrating it’s 10th year, and is using the opportunity to reflect on what learning will look like 10 years from now.
WWW.HEADSHIFT.COM [Workflow] Second-wave adopters are coming. Are you prepared? Part 2 / 3 :: Blog :: Headshift
| SUNDAY, MAY 17, 2009
and user adoption 2) Scrutinizing barriers to user adoption 3) Thoughts on how to attract second-wave adopters In the first post I listed the following barriers to user adoption: 1) Insufficient training 2) Culture 3) Generation Gap 4) Applications not part of users workflow 5) Time effort > personal value 6) Complex applications The first barrier (insufficient training) can be addressed fairly easily. Thats why it is so important to implement these kind of tools into peoples workflow.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] 6 Tips For Using Google Wave On Your First Project
| MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2009
As Google is issuing Wave invites in a steady trickle, those fortunate enough to have an account are trying to figure out how this new tool might fit into their workflow and help them better communicate and collaborate with their teams and clients.
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] A Beginner’s Guide to Web Site Optimization—Part 2
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 2015
It organizes the workflow and sets clear expectations for completion. In the previous article we talked about why site optimization is important and presented a few important goals and philosophies to impart on your team. I’d like to switch gears now and talk about more tactical stuff, namely, process. Optimization process. Establishing a well-formed, formal optimization process is beneficial for the following reasons. Establishes quality control standards to reduce bugs/errors.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Use content curation to keep your team on the same page
| THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011
If you’re already curating for your team, please let us know about your tools and workflow in the comments. As Georgina discussed , web content curation is nothing new, although if you go by the current frenzy surrounding the concept you’d think it was. Many sites, like BoingBoing and Arts & Letters Daily , for example, have been lovingly hand-picking content and serving it to audiences with specific interests or tastes for years.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] The 7 Hats of a Successful Remote Team Member
| MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 2010
If you see a deficiency in the team’s communication or workflow, don’t wait around for someone else to see the problem and fix it — take the initiative and experiment with solutions until the issue is addressed. If you are a remote member of a virtual team, you’re responsible for doing the role that you have been contracted for — maybe that is writing, design, programming, or something else. But for your virtual team to flourish, you need to take on other roles as well.
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Workflow] Towards A More Participatory Culture: Enterprise Q&A
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2012
Should there be some type of workflow included that supports an escalation or service level parameter? In October of 2011, AIIM (the Association for Information & Imaging Management, a non-profit research, community and educational association), published a survey-based report that examined social business and Enterprise 2.0 trends.
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Workflow] Theorizing On Network Ties & Structures
| MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 2011
Whether we are examining reporting chains in a business unit that denote ties within a management structure or the formal workflow sequence that denote role-based ties within a process structure, we might consider these relations (ties) as enterprise mediated networks.
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Workflow] Collaborative Thinking: Tagging Beyond Content: Applications & People
| TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 2006
workspaces) or task management and workflow products to direct actions on certain work items. 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! » March 28, 2006 Tagging Beyond Content: Applications & People This post was originally contributed at CollaborationLoop.
GOBIGALWAYS.COM [Workflow] Go Big Always - Anatomy of the Enterprise Octopus
| THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 2008
Formal workflows don’t work. Making sure the trains run on time is big business and things like social workflows and much easier coordination of work can make big gains for companies. That said, I disagree with your take on “co-Ordination - formal workflow doesn’t ALWAYS work, and that’s why ad-hoc workflow is important to keep in mind.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Sortd and the trajectory of the email inbox
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2016
In this post I am not going down that rat hole (as worthy a digression as it may be), and I will simply accept the fact that email exists, we use it, and it is an integral part of many working folk’s workflow. Email is often characterized as hellish: at best a necessary evil and at worst a monstrous time sink. Email has evolved into a weird medium of communication where the best thing you can do is destroy it quickly, as if every email were a rabid bat attacking your face. — Paul
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] 6 Things to Consider Before Taking Your Company Virtual
| WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2011
Don’t just stop at mapping out your process and translating that to a virtual workflow. Is it really possible to take a company from a physical location to a virtual space, and take a team used to face-to-face work entirely online? Last week, Andy McLoughlin discussed this topic in Going Virtual: Can Any Organization Do It ? He pointed out that while some companies requite a physical location, many can have at least part of the team working virtually.
WWW.READWRITEWEB.COM [Workflow] The Four Essential Apps for Distributed Teams
| MONDAY, JULY 13, 2009
Group chat is slightly less common a need than IM, and is less useful for informal access in your daily workflows. Distributed teams. Virtual work. Placeless offices. Whatever you want to call them, groups who work from geographically separate locations are more common than ever. Despite how widespread this mode of coordinating work has become, there are those still wondering just what tools are absolutely crucial to making a distributed team work.
WWW.CFACTOR.NET [Workflow] Online Community Building, Social Networking & Human Resource Solutions for Companies | www.cfactor.net
| MONDAY, APRIL 6, 2009
Not only does it drive significant cost savings through its highly configurable process automation and workflow capabilities it defines the new standard for self-service applications.
FUTUREEXPLORATION.NET [Workflow] Table Notes: Learning 2.0
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2008
How do you get it into the workflow? Home About Us About Us Executives Partners Contact Us Blogs FEN Blog Future of Media Summit Blog Enterprise 2.0 Blog Enterprise 2.0 Forum 2009 Overview Agenda Speakers Registration Enterprise 2.0 Blog Partners Future of Media Future of Media Resources Future of Media Blog Summit 2008 Previous Events Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum 2008 Future of Media Summit 2008 Future of Media Summit 2007 Future of Media Summit 2006 Top Web 2.0
THE FASTFORWARD BLOG [Workflow] A Curious Case of Enterprise 2.0
| WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2009
Many R&D departments have already discovered that capturing knowledge in wikis can be more powerful than using traditional strict-workflow content management systems. People in the technology world love creating new words. In fact, they are responsible for the most of the recent English language growth. Be it telephone , internet or crowdsourcing there’s always a new technology behind the new term.
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] A New Challenger Appears
| TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2016
Perhaps after integrating user feedback into the storytelling workflow, the West can begin to compete with the animated cartoons coming out of Japan. Prototyping is fundamental in a host of different industries. Since I spend a lot of my time prototyping as a user experience (UX) designer, I look to other fields for insights into new techniques that might save time or more effectively communicate an interaction.
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Workflow] Circling Around To Enterprise 2.0 Again
| THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2009
I can use blogs in a very directed, workflow, formal way - that use case is not E2.0 Thomas Vanderwal posted an article on Microsoft SharePoint 2007 that has caught traction on other blogs ( Sharepoint as a Gateway Drug to Greater Efficiency. ) and on Twitter. I commented extensively on Twitter last evening and thought I'd share the "tweets" below: - SharePoint clearly has issues but it's a bit over-the-top to say not viable as a blanket statement. -
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Workflow] Microsoft's Unified Communications Predictions
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 2009
With UC-enabled applications, communicating becomes a natural and intuitive part of the workflow integrated at the desktop, mobile phone or browser. I thought I would offer some comments on some UC predictions offered by Gurdeep Singh Pall, who heads Microsoft's UC group: No Jitter | Microsoft: Gurdeep's UC Predictions.
WWW.MICHAELSAMPSON.NET [Workflow] Michael's Thoughts: McAfee vs. Davenport. I Side with Davenport
| TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2007
The idea of using group-level technologies not to impose structure (roles, identities, hierarchy, workflow, data formats, taxonomies, etc.) Michael Sampson Improving the Performance of Distributed Teams Navigation Home Our Approach About Michael Sampson Contact Us Resources Research Reports Michaels Blog Seamless Teamwork World Tour 2009 « An Excellent Afternoon at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston MA | Main | Marc on Gadgets » McAfee vs. Davenport.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Don’t Silo Social Media Marketing
| WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 2010
Re-examine your workflow. First you hired a public relations firm, then perhaps an ad agency. Then your found a web developer and then graduated to an interactive agency. Now you need a social media marketing agency. On rare occasion, you can find one shop that does all of these tasks and does them all well.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Create a seamless workspace for greater productivity
| TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2011
A thoughtfully designed, seamless workspace can help us with workflow, concentration, efficiency and reduced frustration. Our “workspace is no longer just the place we sit while working, it’s come to mean the entirety of how we get our work done. Our offices, practices, devices and software. Note that “work” comes first in “workspace.” Tools and specific locations may be required to get the work done, but they are generally secondary to the work.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Sometimes Less Really Is More
| MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 2010
How could a simple spreadsheet resolve my complex workflow issues?”. At first glance, my office looks like a neat and tidy den of well-organized supplies, electronic equipment and an in-control inbox. So much so that visitors to my work area often blurt out an astonished, “Does your office always look like this, or did you clean it up for me?”. “No,” No,” I sheepishly say. “It It pretty much looks like this all the time.”
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] The iPad, Take Two: A Truly Mobile Blogging Device
| MONDAY, APRIL 5, 2010
After a week with an iPad in hand, the Chicago Sun-Times’ Andy Ihnatko raved about how useful the gadget is for his workflow on TWIT last week. We didn’t plan to go, but somehow the pull was inexorable. Our Mac-happy family of three ended up at an Apple Store on Saturday, pushing buttons (or rather touching and swiping) on the newest hot computing device. Even our six-year-old tried it out and promptly fell in love with a musical keyboard app.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Establishing Team Culture in a Teleworking Environment
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2009
While the designer made the wrong assumption, I should have been clear about the flexibility of his workflow from the beginning. Throughout my online career, I’ve been part of several web working teams. On most teams I am just a regular member, but there’s the rare occasion when I find myself the team leader. Like now, for example, when my former graphic design classmates asked me to lead their new studio. Here’s the problem: we’ve never worked together before.
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] The Many Facets of Taxonomy
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2016
Determining the facets used in a taxonomy is all about understanding the content and the user’s needs and workflow. This is the third in a series that has become real-life examples of taxonomies found in my kitchen. Part 3 of “Taxonomy of Spices and Pantries” looks at where and how facets can be used as multiple categories for content. Building the business case for taxonomy. Planning a taxonomy. The many facets of taxonomy. Card sorting to validate a taxonomy. Tree testing a taxonomy.
WWW.YAKABOX.COM [Workflow] Yakabod > Yakabox Home
| SATURDAY, JULY 14, 2012
As you learn from your users, you can tailor your Yakabox to specific missions using Make It Your Own features like Applications, Workflows, and Pages. As you learn from your users, you can tailor your Yakabox to specific missions using Make It Your Own features like Applications, Workflows, and Pages. Dont be Shy! Say Hello. Saving. Please feel free to contact us via any of the details below or use the form to the right and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] Ditching the Crutch: Improve Productivity by Avoiding the Lure of the New
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2009
To prevent a passion for staying ahead of the curve from becoming a daily distraction, I’ve found it helpful to establish a schedule for reviewing, purchasing, and implementing new hardware and software into my workflow. Written by Darrell Etherington. As web workers we often like to think of ourselves as being on the cutting edge of technology. Our clients often depend on us to be just that.
WEB WORKER DAILY [Workflow] ActiveWords Will Save You Time
| FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2009
My hunch is that when the trial ends you’ll stare blankly at your screen wondering why your triggers aren’t working, they really do become such an integral part of your workflow. Applications, services, tools, plug-ins, add-ons, bookmarklets — there’s an endless list of things we look to in an effort to be more efficient. Here at WWD, we write about all of them and how they can be of benefit to us. We discuss how they look, how they work, how much they cost, etc.
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] Drilling Into Lean UX
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2013
Sometimes that’s a workflow and sometimes that’s a feature. Overall I found Lean UX to be an incredibly insightful and helpful compilation of principles and suggestions for practice/improving process and collaboration as outlined in my review of the book. As I was reading, though, I had some questions come up that I felt weren’t answered–or maybe I missed the answer. Since others may have these same questions, we appreciate Jeff Gothelf agreeing to answer them for Boxes and Arrows.
WWW.DUPERRIN.COM [Workflow] Enterprise 2.0 : adoption through social routine | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2011
October 27, 2009 Posted by Bertrand DUPERRIN at 4:00 pm Add comments enterprise 2.0 , Organization & Management , social computing , Social Networking Tagged with: adoption , enterprise 2.0 , process , routine , social routine , workflows [link] Is Collaboration a Crock? Duperrin proposes to introduce social routines in employees’ daily workflows. Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad Thoughts on management, HR, social networks…and enterprise 2.0
WWW.MFAUSCETTE.COM [Workflow] Michael Fauscette: Driving Adoption of Social Collaboration Tools
| SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 2011
Beyond embedding the tool, tie in things like company directories to make a company social network, integrate with document management systems, integrate to any system possible that ties the new tool into established workflows. Beyond embedding the tool, tie in things like company directories to make a company social network, integrate with document management systems, integrate to any system possible that ties the new tool into established workflows.
CONVERSATION MATTERS [Workflow] Knowledge Management: Where We've Been and Where We're Going - Part Two
| SUNDAY, MAY 10, 2009
These and other knowledge management processes, built into the workflow, brought frontline workers together to reflect on and learn from projects, events, and tasks. Other workflow processes like facilitated knowledge harvests , Peer Assist and Retrospects, enabled the transfer of the knowledge between projects. In this series I‘ve classified the evolving landscape of knowledge management into three categories.
JONMELL.CO.UK [Workflow] Enterprise 2.0 in the flow
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2008
tools need to be embedded into the existing workflow of employees. tools need to be embedded into the existing workflow of employe[link] Takes a Crisis ForbesLeaning on a surprising coach, Howard Stringer is partway through the Sony [.] Home About Jon Mell Jon Mell - Web 2.0 ideas and strategy Contact me If you would like my help with your Enterprise 2.0
- [Workflow] DIY Thesis: almost all you need to know about post images and thumbnails
Now whilst there are boxes to tick in the Thesis Options and Design Options pages to get you started, and whilst it all sounds easy – and really is once you get the workflow right – there’s a bit of organising to be done before you can start hitting save buttons with confidence. If this sounds like your kind of workflow and organisation, then a good choice for you is to keep your images within the Media Library on WP.
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] Reorgs: Rocky or Righteous?
| TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 2014
Ultimately, everyone should pull together and work towards a positive outcome resulting in better workflow, lowered cost of doing business, increased job satisfaction, and, of course, $$$. As designers, we grapple every day with challenging projects. This of course is part of what keeps us coming back. Some challenges, although not directly related to project work, can still be looked at through a UX lens.
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] Interviewing Executives and SME Stakeholders
| MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2013
What sorts of workflows or practices do you think we’ll be seeing in the field? This is an excerpt from from Kim Goodwin’s excellent Designing for the Digital Age. It is quite long, so we’ve broken it into several sections. Many thanks to Ms. Goodwin and Wiley for allowing us to share this with our readers. Understanding the Business. The General Stakeholder Interview. The Marketing Stakeholder Interview. The Engineering Stakeholder Interview. The Sales Stakeholder Interview.
- [Workflow] Innovation creators thrive in an environment that encourages dialogue | innovation Creators
Thus, mechanism for feedback has to be ingrained in the organization’s daily workflow and its function and purpose must be well understood. innovation Creators Successful innovation is not about the ideas or inventions; it’s about the people. About Videos Whitepapers Innovation creators thrive in an environment that encourages dialogue November 09th, 2005 Emergent intelligence requires feedback loops.
- [Workflow] Predictions for Enterprise 2.0 in 2007 | innovation Creators
Wikiflow solves that problem by adding workflow to wikis. innovation Creators Successful innovation is not about the ideas or inventions; it’s about the people. About Videos Whitepapers Predictions for Enterprise 2.0 in 2007 December 20th, 2006 Jevon MacDonald has some interesting predictions about Enterprise 2.0 in 2007.
JOINING DOTS: BLOG [Workflow] Joining Dots: Blog: Collaboration Types - Part 2
| SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 2006
Workflow can enhance lists by sending out alerts and reminders to prod people to complete their assigned activities and flag when the list is held up by an overdue and incomplete task. Home | Blog The Old Joining Dots Blog Please note this site has been retired and is no longer updated. Please visit the new blog at www.joiningdots.com/blog/ 15 April 2006 Collaboration Types - Part 2 This post looks at the actual act of collaboration.
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Workflow] Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: Opening Session
| MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 2008
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Workflow] Collaborative Thinking: Novell Acquires SiteScape - Will It Make A Difference?
| WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2008
SiteScapes integrated Web-based solutions support knowledge management, project management, communities of practice, telework, business and government continuity, and many other workflow-driven functions. Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Info 2.0: Harnessing the power of Web 2.0 and Enterprise Mashups | Main | Innovation Has Its Own Personality » February 13, 2008 Novell Acquires SiteScape - Will It Make A Difference?
PORTALS AND KM [Workflow] Social Behavior, Usage Patterns, and Adoption: My Enterprise 2.0 Conference Notes
| MONDAY, JUNE 21, 2010
He noted that Andy McAfee yesterday said you need to have it in the workflow and this can capture much more of the collective knowledge. This is the seventh in a series of my notes on the Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston , June 14- 17. This post covers the session, Social Behavior, Usage Patterns, and Adoption. It was led by Nahum Gershon, Senior Principal Scientist, MITRE.
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Workflow] Oracle Beehive 1.5: Still A Work-In-Progress
| MONDAY, MAY 11, 2009
Team Collaboration (document library, wiki, team calendar, micro-blogging, search, RSS, workflow, etc). Last week Oracle announced enhancements to its nascent collaboration platform, Beehive. 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.
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] Building the In-house Design Agency
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2013
The longer-term engagement enables them to focus deeper on workflow and have a strategic point of view. A good example would be to extend a design idea across a defined workflow, or develop a set of icons. The first article discussed the pros and cons of different UX team structures. For companies that depend on user experience for business success, a strong internal team is essential. But how do you get there from here?
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] Sketchy Wireframes
| SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2009
Prototype Flexibility – For those who prototype their products, speed and efficiency of workflow is a critical issue. Introduction When it comes to user interface documentation, wireframes have long been the tool of choice. However, using traditional diagramming tools like Visio, OmniGraffle, and InDesign, most wireframes today look the same as their ancestors did from a decade ago – assembled with rigid, computer-drawn boxes, lines and text.
CHIEFTECH [Workflow] UX Design-Planning Not One-man Show
| WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2008
So the interaction design has to answer the questions of workflow, logic, clarity, and simplicity of the information. If there are no personas the second or third choice are scenarios or the workflows (based on a certain user/person). A lot of confusion and misunderstanding surrounds the term "user experience." " The multitude of acitivities that can be labeled with these two words span a vast spectrum of people, skills and situations.
[Workflow] A response to blog post maslow's hierarchy of enterprise 2.0 ROI
| TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 2010
In comparison, a support workflow,even if more expensive, has immediate results. ibm.com home Solutions Services Products Support & downloads My IBM Home Profiles Groups Blogs Bookmarks Activities Files Wikis Help developerWorks My developerWorks Connect My developerWorks: Blogs Browse Blogs My Blog My Updates + Tags ?
GILBANE.COM [Workflow] Gilbane Group Blog: Enterprise 2.0 & Content
| SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 2007
Gilbane Group Blog Gilbane Group analysts, consultants and contributors on Content and Web technologies & trends Open to the community and moderated Home Archives XML Blog Search Blog Globalization Blog News Conferences gilbane.com Sign In Search Enterprise 2.0 & Content By Frank Gilbane on March 17, 2007 10:49 AM 0 1 Vote 0 Votes Dan Farber has nicely pulled together a couple of points in a post that suggest the inevitability of "Enterprise 2.0".
GILBANE.COM [Workflow] Gilbane Group Blog: More on "engage and collaborate" vs. "command and control"
| SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 2007
Gilbane Group Blog Gilbane Group analysts, consultants and contributors on Content and Web technologies & trends Open to the community and moderated Home Archives XML Blog Search Blog Globalization Blog News Conferences gilbane.com Sign In Search More on "engage and collaborate" vs. "command and control" By Frank Gilbane on March 30, 2007 9:24 AM 2 0 Vote 0 Votes In response to a semi-rhetorical question I posed in my post on Enterprise 2.0 research last week, Niall Cook comments: You ask: ".what
WWW.SOCIALTEXT.COM [Workflow] Enterprise 2.0 culture | Socialtext Enterprise Wiki
| MONDAY, APRIL 7, 2008
As Gotta points out, a business can be successful in driving adoption and business value from these tools, including blogs, wikis or social bookmarks, even in situations where the right culture does not exist primarily "when participation is more or less directed by role, workflow, and functional duties." Sales Buy Try Enterprise 2.0
COLLABORATION 2.0 [Workflow] GE's Enterprise Collaboration Backbone | ZDNet
| THURSDAY, JULY 17, 2008
I was able to see Dr Sukh Grewal, Manager of GE’s ‘SupportCentral‘ collaboration and workflow environment, present a succinct overview of this ecosystem at [.] I was able to see Dr Sukh Grewal, Manager of GE’s ‘ SupportCentral ‘ collaboration and workflow environment, present a succinct overview of this ecosystem at San Francisco’s Social Networking Conference on July 10.
- [Workflow] The relationship economy and vendor relationship management - Trends in the Living Networks
The fact that business processes can now be readily allocated across organizational boundaries has uncovered a whole new domain for professional services firms to embed themselves in their clients’ workflow.
LINKED INTELLIGENCE [Workflow] Linked Intelligence » Blog Archive » My LinkedIn Connection Policy
| THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 2007
Thus I think everyone receives many connection requests because that’s what linked in motivates them to do – this is clearly something the system itself could help clear up with better workflow design and training. Linked Intelligence The unofficial source for all things LinkedIn™. « Why Use LinkedIn?
INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE [Workflow] We have wiki! | Information Wants To Be Free
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2008
We streamlined the workflow for getting guides up and for maintaining them, which should lead to more up-to-date guides. 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.
BLOGS.HBR.ORG [Workflow] Want Value From Social? Add Structure - Tom Davenport - Harvard Business Review
| SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 2011
Transaction systems like ERP and CRM, tools for workflow and document management, and project management systems all made it more clear to people what they need to do next in their jobs. Transaction systems like ERP and CRM, tools for workflow and document management, and project management systems all made it more clear to people what they need to do next in their jobs.
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] Monitoring User Experience Through Product Usage Metrics
| SATURDAY, JULY 15, 2017
Where do customers tend to click on a given page and how do they proceed through important workflows? Introduction. User experience (UX) teams have many types of data at their disposal to ascertain the quality of a digital product’s user experience. Traditionally, these sources have focused on direct customer feedback through methods such as interviews and usability studies, as well as surveys  and in-product feedback mechanisms.
CONVERSATION MATTERS [Workflow] The Problem and the Fix for the US Intelligence Agencies' Lessons Learned
| WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 2009
Embed reflection in workflow processes to enable organizational learning. Reflection processes need to be built into the workflow process at all levels of the organization. It is this spirit that needs to be infused now more widely through embedding reflection process in the production workflow. One of the fascinating task my consulting brings is the opportunity to conduct in-depth studies of complex issues about knowledge sharing in a variety of organizations.
CLARK QUINN [Workflow] Listening
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2018
My diagramming bent had me map out the workflow of a client’s production process, to identify opportunities to tweak the process to bring in better learning science with minimal interruption. Listening, as I mentioned, in this case to Guy Wallace. As one of the premier promoters of evidence-based design, he responded to my question about what to post on with: Any “How Tos” using methods, tools and techniques that you’ve found to work in L&D and Performance Improvement.
- [Workflow] Extending the fabric of work - Traction Software
I like Lauries analysis and recommendations, including her top level: "Make social tools part of the collaborative workflow. Support home Products Use Cases Buy Customers Company News Blog Contact Us Extending the fabric of work August 24, 2011 | # | Posted by Greg Lloyd I enjoyed reading Dion Hincliffes Putting Social Business to Work and G+ discussion led by Luis Suarez on Laurie Buczeks The Big Failure of Enterprise 2. 0 Social Business.
TONY KARRER [Workflow] Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2011
Sometimes it’s easier to add smarts to the workflow (performance support) than to stuff things into people’s heads. This month's #LCBQ is the first with the Big Question Thought Leaders. It's been fun working with them and has definitely added a new spark. I'm hoping that others will join the effort. We strongly believe the #LCBQ offers an opportunity to have something online that's like a sophisticated cocktail party.
BOXES AND ARROWS [Workflow] Changing Lanes
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 2014
If there’s a marked difference in culture, values, workflow, or communication styles, don’t take this lightly! In the course of your life, unless you have inherited your family’s Piggly Wiggly fortune, you will have held a number jobs. Maybe you started out in your teens by bagging groceries, or perhaps you filled up that piggy bank by babysitting or mowing lawns. That first job hopefully taught you some valuable lessons about life.
WWW.MCKINSEYQUARTERLY.COM [Workflow] Six ways to make Web 2.0 work - The McKinsey Quarterly - Six ways Web 2.0 work - Business Technology - Application Management
| SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2009
What’s in the workflow is what gets used. Participatory technologies have the highest chance of success when incorporated into a user’s daily workflow. Immediately following the launch, a group of enthusiasts used the wikis vigorously, but as time passed they gave the effort less personal time—outside their daily workflow—and participation levels fell.
WWW.HEADSHIFT.COM [Workflow] Balancing Technology and Culture During a Social Business Implementation :: Blog :: Headshift
| WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 2009
That introduction is likely to come in the form of small workflow improvements and efficiency gains. Youll need to switch into a mode where you can start saying things like, "Heres the new functionality to help you with this workflow, oh, and by the way, because weve turned on that it also enables you to do this, this and this other cool stuff."
WWW.PRETZELLOGIC.ORG [Workflow] Why unlocking ECM is critical to your Enterprise 2.0 execution plan | Pretzel Logic - Enterprise 2.0
| THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 2009
These systems enforce roles, workflows, access control and versioning to enable the creation, management and dissemination of media assets. For instance, instead of using traditional access control-heavy CMS workflow when working on early drafts of marketing collateral for a product launch, or market projections for a new line of business, a wiki – style environment opens up discussions around early drafts to more constituencies before the owner moves this into formal production.
BLOGS.ATLASSIAN.COM [Workflow] What Happened to Knowledge Management?
| SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 2008
Instead it tried to manage knowledge as a workflow, i.e. one person authors a document and others read & approve it in a linear fashion. Skip to content « Dozens of Updates in Confluence 2.5 Confluence makes list of 80 Tools for Publishing and Development Initiatives » What Happened to Knowledge Management? Stewart Mader May 2, 2007 Euan Semple points out two articles that examine the state of knowledge management. In Whence goeth KM?
WWW.OPENTEXT.COM [Workflow] OpenText - Extended Collaboration
| WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2008
Products Document Management Brochures & Whitepapers Customer Successes Open Text Document Management Open Text Content Lifecycle Management Open Text Enterprise Connect Open Text Extended Collaboration Open Text Extended Workflow Open Text Knowledge Management Add-On Modules Downloads Download more information about Open Text Extended Collaboration: Open Text Extended Collaboration Product Overview About Us | Privacy | Copyright | News Feeds | Site Map Copyright© 2009 Open Text Corporation.
WWW.KMWORLD.COM [Workflow] KMWorld.com: Now, everything is fragmented
| FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 2008
GREEN CHAMELEON [Workflow] Blog>> Practitioner Guidelines for Knowledge Audits
| TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2017
Get hold of the department business process workflows. These guidelines were compiled by the participants in the Kuala Lumpur Knowledge Management Roundtable, May 3 2017, hosted by Securities Commission Malaysia. BEFORE THE KNOWLEDGE AUDIT. a)Framing: Examine the organisation’s structure, and the distinct functions of each department.