Earlier on today, and like every Tuesday for the last few months at noon EDT, I usually participate in one of those online special events around the world of Knowledge Management that I just would recommend anyone interested in the topic to tune into at some point in time. If you are into KM, and … Continue reading KMers – A World Without Knowledge Management?
I am pretty sure that by now you may have heard / read plenty about the great things that are happening in Las Vegas at IBM‘s Impact 2009 event. Lots and lots of really interesting nuggets and knowledge snippets are coming through from various different places. However, there was one in particular that caught my … Continue reading Smart Work for a Smarter Planet. I’m an IBMer, Too!
As you may have noticed, over the last few days I haven’t been blogging much over here in this blog, mainly due to lots of things happening while at work (Some of which I am hoping to be able to share plenty more about over the next few days…, specially since it deals mostly with … Continue reading The Machine Is Us/ing Us – Transcending the Web
I guess it is inevitable, right? I suppose there is no way to stop it, either; perhaps it shouldn’t be after all. Who knows… We all probably realise though that the usage of Facebook as one of the most powerful social networking environments out there will continue to soar even more rapidly than right now, … Continue reading Identity Management on Facebook by Josh Scribner
I tell you, it is starting to become some sort of an unstoppable addiction checking out all of these wonderful various interviews that both Oliver Marks and Stowe Boyd continue to carry out for their on-going Open Enterprise 2.0 initiative whose results and final outcome(s) they will be presenting at the upcoming Enterprise 2.0 conference … Continue reading Open Enterprise 2009 – Dion Hinchcliffe Interviewed by Stowe Boyd
You may remember my last blog post on the topic of the weekly progress reports of living “A World Without Email“, where I mentioned how I was in the process of putting together an article where I would be able to share with folks how they could kill over 85% of the incoming emails they … Continue reading A World Without Email – Year 2, Week 10 (Is Email Really Dead?)
I haven’t been very successful today trying to join the superb 24 hour online event from Corporate Learning Trends and Innovation on “Conversations about Learning in Organisations” that I blogged about yesterday. It looks like Elluminate doesn’t get along well with my Mac apparently, since it keeps crashing consistently ever single time I try to … Continue reading The Sweettt Podcast – Episode 11 – Information Flow (Part II)
Have you ever heard about the concept of social capital? In other words … have you ever heard about the Whuffie Factor? Probably yes. Or perhaps may be not. Thing is that if you have been working around for a while in the field of Knowledge Management, I bet you have. Why? Well, because for … Continue reading The Whuffie Factor by Tara Hunt (a.k.a. missrogue)
At the risk of starting to sound repetitive, I am going to be sharing with you folks another video interview I have been watching lately from the increasingly-by-the-day more interesting Open Enterprise 2.0 initiative that both Oliver Marks and Stowe Boyd have been working on for a few months now. This time around I would … Continue reading Open Enterprise 2009 – Lee Bryant Interviewed by Stowe Boyd
If you have been following this blog for a while, you would know how my professional background comes from various different areas associated for quite some time now with Knowledge Management, in particular, traditional Knowledge Management: Collaboration, Community Building, Learning, etc. Yes, I am one of those folks who eventually worked for several different projects, … Continue reading Traditional Knowledge Management Systems – Adapt or Die