Tags: Penny Edwards, Wikis, Corporate Adoption, Enterprise Adoption, Business, Feedback Poll, Business Value, Dennis McDonald, Survey, Social Computing Adoption, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Collaboration, Communities, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Remote Collaboration A few days ago, while I was trying to settle back in from my trip to Paris and also right before … Continue reading Management of Wikis in Business by Penny Edwards
(Previously, on elsua – The Knowledge Management Blog, at ITtoolbox) Tags: Quintura, Blinkx, Search Engines, Search 2.0, Knowledge Tools, Social Computing, Social Media, Social Networking, Social Software, Web 2.0, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Content Management, Google, Visualisation, Video, Video Search You may remember how there have been a few times that I have been … Continue reading Quintura Now on to Visualise Video Search – Where Is the Limit?
Tags: APQC, Knowledge Management, KM, KM Events, Innovation, Dave Snowden, Jimmy Wales, Carla O’Dell, Alice Dunlap-Kraft, Mary Ellen Sullivan, KM Training, KM Learning, Communities, ThinkPlace, Social Computing, Social Software, Social Networking, Wikis, Weblogs, Social Bookmarking, Podcasting, Tagging, Syndication, Collaboration, Knowledge Sharing First day back after the long Easter break and it looks like this time … Continue reading APQC – The Conference on Knowledge Management and Innovation – May 2007 – Houston, TX, US
Tags: Twitter, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Social Networks, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Collaboration, Remote Collaboration, Communities, SMS, Google Talk, Twitteroo, Twitterific, RSS, Syndication, Micro-blogging, Metablogging, Q&A, Web Presence, Serendipity, Knowledge Discovery, Informal Learning, Social Capital, Anecdotes, Clippings, Sticky Notes, Quick Links, Twittering Incredibly massive the impact that just one single social computing … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why Twitter Will Help Improve Your Already Existing Social Networks
Tags: Twitter, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Web 2.0, Knowledge Sharing, Knowledge Management, KM, Collaboration, Online Collaboration, Euan Semple, David Gurteen, Anecdotes, Clippings, Sticky Notes, Quick Links, Micro-Blogging, Metablogging, Twittering Yes, that is right, folks! I am finally giving in to it! And it is not because of the huge buzz going on at … Continue reading Ok, I Am Finally Giving In – I Am Now Twittering!
Tags: Snap, Snap Preview Anywhere, Metablogging, Widgets, WordPress, WordPress.com, Thumbnails Yesterday I mentioned how over the course of the next few days I am actually going to introduce a number of different changes here in elsua in order to try to help improve the user experience not only for myself but also for yourselves, the … Continue reading Snap Preview Anywhere – Now Available in elsua
Some time ago you would remember how I created a weblog post announcing the new and incredibly useful podcasting initiative from IBM, available externally, called Shortcuts, where over the course of a couple of minutes you actually get to find out some really good hints and tips about different aspects of IT that would help … Continue reading Shortcuts Podcast – How to Use Social Bookmarks
In a recent comment from Michelle Heng Hock Mei and as a followup from the survey study she is carrying out on Corporate Blogging she has been wondering about a number of different questions she shared elsewhere and I thought I would just take a few extra minutes to try to answer all of her … Continue reading Research Survey on Weblogging about Work – FollowUp