If a couple of days ago I was talking about job satisfaction, about happiness at work, that is, Arbejdsglæde, I think I am now ready to take things into the next level and declare, out loud and clear, how we may be running through that particular point in time where it may well be a good … Continue reading The Passion of The Explorer or The End of Your Great Career
There are plenty of times, throughout our very own lives, when we bump into some wonderfully inspirational reading material(s) that, while going through them, reading them at a slower pace, with a smile on our faces, savouring each and every single word of that written piece, letting your mind go wild into deep thoughts of … Continue reading Manifesto of the Passionate Creative Worker in the Age of Social Business
In the last few years there have been a good number of people, out there on the Social Web, who have come and gone and who have remained quite an inspiration for yours truly in helping shape up plenty of the ideas and thoughts I have been sharing over here, in this blog, over the … Continue reading Stop Online Harassment – Create Passionate Users
After a couple of rather hectic days at work, I guess it’s time again to update my blog over here sharing with you folks a couple of thoughts that have been lingering around in my mind lately and which, more and more by the day, have continued to demonstrate what, to me, is the whole … Continue reading When This All Gets Cool, It’s All about The People and Your Passion
Once more, you will have to excuse me for going off topic over here, but this time around I just couldn’t help it. I am sure that by now you may have heard, read or watched the sad news about Luciano Pavarotti leaving us for a better place at age 71 due to pancreatic cancer. … Continue reading Luciano Pavarotti R.I.P. – Thanks for All Those Precious Moments of Passion, Full Emotions and Infinite Talent!
Tags: Mobile 2.0, Mobile, Nokia, N95, iPhone, Mobile Devices, Reviews, Robert Scoble, Gadgetnutz, Passion, Comprehensiveness, Thoroughness Ok, say that you are presented with this kind of review on any particular kind of product, you name it. Then say that you bump into this other kind of review (Part I and Part II) from the same … Continue reading Reviews – Passionate or Straight to the Point?
Tags: APQC, APQC2007, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, KM Events, Innovation, KM Training, KM Learning, Communities, Communities of Practice, CoPs, Social Computing, Social Software, Social Networking, KM 2.0, Houston, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Collaboration, Remote Collaboration, Wikis, Ann Majchrzak, Collective Wisdom, Collective Intelligence, Knowledge Exchange, Knowledge Relationships, Meta-Knowledge And so we carry on with more … Continue reading APQC KM & Innovation 2007 – “The Promise of Passion of Collective Wisdom … Through Wikis and the wiki Way” by Ann Majchrzak
Over the weekend there has been some great commentary shared over at a weblog post I created on Friday under the title: Social Software in the Enterprise – Tacit vs. Explicit Knowledge and which I will be commenting through in the next few minutes. However, there was one of those comments, which was actually a … Continue reading Useful Distinctions in Social Software – Where Passion, Trust and Involvement All Meet
I just can’t believe I have written the above as today’s blog post title. Really? Flickr? As last refuge? Is it still around? Do people use it? I don’t know about you folks, but I can confirm vast majority of my social networks from over the years don’t. They are nowhere to be seen in there … Continue reading Flickr – The Last Refuge
I am grateful LinkedIn has, finally, managed to open up my eyes and leave behind the lab rat race it’s become over the years. I am grateful it has pushed me over the edge and facilitated, for good, my return to this blog. It only took me 4 years to realise it’s no longer the … Continue reading How to Stop LinkedIn’s Toxic Algorithmic Manipulation