Yesterday evening, Jack Vinson shared a very interesting and thought provoking weblog post that I thought I would comment on further since it touches on one of the issues I have been facing myself for a number of years now and for which I have always been having some reservations. Over at Knowledge Jolt with … Continue reading Incentives for (Knowledge) Sharing
Remember when Social Capital was cool back in the mid-90s at the same time Knowledge Management (KM) was in fashion? Remember when we decided to kill both just a few years later, as we purposely defaulted to focus, almost exclusively, on business processes and technology, leaving behind the people component from the good old KM … Continue reading Myth Busting – Can’t Build Social Capital with Remote / Distributed Work
A few weeks ago I put together the attached article for CMSWire where I tried to reflect on what I feel is the number #1 challenge for today’s corporations in terms of embracing a much more open, transparent, knowledge sharing culture through the emergence of social technologies behind the firewall. Indeed, Human Resources is right in … Continue reading The Future of Collaboration Lies in Human Resources AND Management’s Hands
Continuing further along with another blog post from the series of articles on “Reflections from 2011“, I thought I would go ahead and spend a few minutes today musing about what I still think was one of the main key terms, within the Social Enterprise space, that most of us got exposed to, and talked … Continue reading Reflections from 2011 – Is Employee Engagement Still a Myth?
Once again, I am on the road on to another business trip. This time around to Boston, MA, to attend and present at *the* Enterprise 2.0 event of events. Of course, I am referring to the Enterprise 2.0 Event, a.k.a. #e2conf. So over the next few days you will see how this blog, once again, … Continue reading Social Business Forum Highlights – Highlights from Breakout Sessions and Final Keynote
If you have been reading this blog for a while now, you would know more or less what my thoughts are on that topic that has always been, rather unfortunately, too!, associated very closely with traditional Knowledge Management and which doesn’t seem to have escaped as well the world of Social Computing: awards and incentives … Continue reading The Surprising Science of Motivation by Dan Pink
Continued from The Impact of Web 2.0 on Knowledge Work and Knowledge Management by Dave Snowden and Jon Husband – Part III "Knowledge work becomes the way we do things around here" "It’s not something subject to corporate objectives or focus or to formal roles". Perhaps the end of what we used to know as … Continue reading The Impact of Web 2.0 on Knowledge Work and Knowledge Management by Dave Snowden and Jon Husband – Part IV
Continued from The Impact of Web 2.0 on Knowledge Work and Knowledge Management by Dave Snowden and Jon Husband – Part II Right after Dave moves onto one of the sections of the podcast interview that I have really enjoyed the most and which I am sure plenty of folks out there would have difficulties … Continue reading The Impact of Web 2.0 on Knowledge Work and Knowledge Management by Dave Snowden and Jon Husband – Part III
Tags: Twitter, Jose Luis Cabello, Idocente, Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, Communities, Virtual Communities, Online Communities, Community Building, Community Builders, Nancy White, Etienne Wenger, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Collaboration, Remote Collaboration, Social Software, Social Networking, Social Networks, Social Media, Social Computing, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 I love Twitter. Yes, I do, despite some of my twitterings saying … Continue reading The Art of Building Virtual Communities by Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach
Tags: Tom Davenport, Harvard Business Online, Enterprise 2.0, Web 2.0, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Social Media, Collaboration, Communities, Conversations, Connections, Social Networks, Knowledge Management, Knowledge Sharing, KM, Participatory Web, Change Org While doing some RSS feeds catchup, I actually bumped again into a weblog post that I have been meaning to share a … Continue reading Why Enterprise 2.0 Won’t Transform Organisations – And Why We May Have Gotten It Wrong Once More!