Melanie Turek has written a very interesting and revealing weblog post over at Collaboration Loop (Worth while subscribing to their Newsletter, by the way, in case you may not have done it already) titled In the Loop, which talks about the fact that sometimes it is not that easy to promote a KM culture within … Continue reading In the Loop – Provoking a Cultural Shift in KM
Talking about the new style on Knowledge Management, I thought that people would be interested in reading this particular news article: Wikis, Blogs and Other Points of Failure by Joshua Greenbaum on how both wikis and weblogs may not be the best of knowledge sharing and collaborative tools in the enterprise for some of the … Continue reading Wikis, Blogs and Other Points of Failure – Fear Not
It is that time of the week again where all of the members from the LinkedIn Bloggers Yahoo! group are encouraged to link to a particular weblog as a way to help boost some further activity and also as a way to help further build on the community building aspects of such strong group. In … Continue reading Finding Your Own Blogging Style – â€œProfessionalâ€? or “Career” Style Blogs
In a recent weblog post Tom Godfrey was wondering what was happening in the world of Knowledge Management as he was not seeing anything inspiring for a few weeks now. And while thinking some more about that particular weblog post I just couldn’t help thinking about a recent article I bumped into that clearly indicates … Continue reading What Is Happening with KM? The Shift to Social Computing
Earlier on today I read through another interesting, and thought provoking, weblog post over at Knowledge Jolt with Jack titled Link between KM and Social Software, which in return referenced another great, worth while reading, weblog post by Mike Gotta: Social Software: Knowledge Management Redux? In that particular weblog post Jack comes to augment what … Continue reading Knowledge Management Redux – Linking KM and Social Software
I meant to create a weblog post on this particular subject a couple of days ago but things turned out differently and here I am, weblogging about it today. Not long ago, BusinessWeek‘s Alex Halperin created a news article around the subject of the potential business value from Social Networks, specially in the current business … Continue reading Social Networks: More Bubble Than Profit?
Over the last couple of weeks I have been checking out a number of different articles included on a very useful Knowledge Management resource that I thought I would share over here for those folks who may not know about it. It is called Knowledge Management Online – Open Source KM and you can find … Continue reading Knowledge Management Online – KM Online – Open Source KM
Over at BusinessWeek I have just been reading a very interesting article around the world of Social Network Analysis and how more and more companies are paying attention to such discipline in order to help identify those informal networks (Based on social ties and bonds of communication and trust amongst group members) that are, as … Continue reading IBM: Untangling Office Connections
Yesterday I created a post over at my other weblog (elsua @ ITtoolbox) with the title GROU.PS – Your Ideal Community Collaboration Tool Suite ? and while I was actually writing down my thoughts with that quick commentary on GROU.PS and while I was playing around with the application to see what it actually offers … Continue reading Is There Such a Thing as the Ideal Community Collaboration Tool Suite?
As you may have been able to read all over the place in different weblogs and mainstream news web sites like The Register, there has been lots of controversy on the accuracy of Wikipedia overall, specially since the recent issues raised by the different media. To quote them all would be far too long and … Continue reading What Wikipedia Lost: Credibility