You would remember how back in January this year I created a weblog post over here announcing my involvement with ITtoolbox by having a second weblog hosted over there talking about the same kind of topics that I get to talk about here in elsua.net. Mainly Knowledge Management, Collaboration, Communities and Social Networking. Thus elsua – The Knowledge Management Blog was born. I have been sharing daily updates in that weblog ever since and throughout all this time I have been finding out, through some weekly statistics I am receiving, that both audiences for both Internet weblogs seem to be rather different. So in an attempt to bring both audiences together I have decided from now on to share a weekly post over here with some of the different highlights from the previous week of my other Internet weblog in ITtoolbox. That basically means the Top 3 to Top 5 most frequently visited weblog posts of the previous week so that you, folks, get to see a little bit of what I have been talking on the other side.
Thus without any further delay, here you have got the top five links of the previous week with a brief description (Directly from the RSS feed) of the most frequently read weblog posts over at elsua – The Knowledge Management Blog:
1. Introducing Collaboration Technologies to the Enterprise Is a Challenge and How a Critical Mass of Early Adopters Can Help: The following weblog post touches base on some of the different issues that most large enterprises have been facing in the adoption of collaboration tools. Right after detailing some of those different issues I ventured into providing a potential solution to help with the further adoption of those tools and that is through the creation of a Technology Adoption Program with a bunch of early adopters that would help in the adoption of those tools in the first place. And I use IBM’s as an example of how it could work
2. Business Embraces Web 2.0 – Some More Examples: Here are some examples from a recent ITtoolbox news article published not long ago and that will actually show how more and more businesses are just chiming in and join the ongoing enterprise social software adoption that is allowing knowledge workers to be able to collaborate and share knowledge in a much more powerful environment than ever before. A news article worth while sharing with those who may still be a bit skeptic
3. Taming the Ping: Office Etiquette for Instant Messages: Here you have a weblog post where I have expanded further a bit on a very good news article dealing with Instant Messaging etiquette. Sometimes it is easier to follow a number of guidelines than having to face a number of issues. So here is my take on those tips shared over at MassHighTech’s news article: Taming the Ping: Office Etiquette for Instant Messages
4. The Web 2.0 Toolbar – The Best of Web 2.0 Right in Your Browser: There are times when you know that all of what is going on with Web 2.0 or the so-called social software is just too much for you to handle, right? Too many web sites to check, too many applications and offerings to test out, too many goodies out there that you just do not know where to start and at some point in time you may even give up on all of it. Yes, plain information overload. So what can you do about it ? Can you keep everything under control ? Perhaps …
5. 5 Key Steps towards Adopting Web 2.0 within the Enterprise: Find out some more about five different steps that would help you further in the adoption of social software within the Enterprise, whether you are already up and running or just getting started. Here is my take on such adoption and why your business should be busy with it.
And that would be it. Those have been the most popular weblog posts over at elsua – The Knowledge Management Blog from last week. Next week I shall be sharing some more. Notice as well that if you would want to check further on other different entries or follow up the commentary from the above links you can do so by subscribing to the RSS feed. Or, alternatively, you can head over to elsua.net and as part of the weblog template you would be able to see the last five weblog posts in chronological order so that you know what is going on in my head on a daily basis.