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Is Social Networking Good for the WorkPlace? – Something in the Water…

Tags: Facebook, Social Networks, Social Networking, Social Software, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Collaboration, Communities, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Stephen Collins, Acidlabs, Workplace, IBM, Learning, Relationships, Connections, Conversations, Traditional Media, New Media, Social Media, Balance Remember the blog post I created a couple of days ago debating whether social networking[…]

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Social Networking Attracts the Big Iron Boys – Where Re-focusing on the People Is a Must

(Previously, on elsua – The Knowledge Management Blog at ITtoolbox) Tags: Matthew Ingram, Social Media Today, NYT, Cisco Systems, Tribe, Social Networks, Social Networking, Social Computing, Social Software, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Knowledge Management, KM, KM 2.0, Collaboration, Communities, Knowledge Sharing, IBM, Lotus Connections, BlogCentral, Roller, Activities, Activity Centric Computing,[…]

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Social Networking and ThinkPlace – Why Communities Still Rule the Innovation Space

(Previously, on elsua – The Knowledge Management Blog at ITtoolbox) Tags: IBM, ThinkPlace, Innovation, Social Networking, Social Computing, Social Software, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Remote Collaboration, Knowledge Sharing, Collaboration, Communities, Robin Bloor, IT-Director, Lotusphere2007, Lotus Connections, Lotus Quickr, Critical Mass Goodness ! I cannot believe that another week has gone[…]

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Some Practical Uses of Social Networking within the Enterprise

Through Mike Gotta‘s weblog Collaborative Thinking, I have just bumped into another interesting article around the subject of social networking adoption within the enterprise that I thought you would also find it an interesting and worth while reading piece, specially since some parts of it have got a lot to[…]

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IBM Warms to Social Networking – Probably About Time, Right?

Continuing further with some other discussions I have been having over here around the role of Web 2.0 or social software within the enterprise, I thought I would continue sharing some further thoughts on what is actually happening inside IBM itself;  how it is being impacted (And big time!) by[…]

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