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From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories

Buzz Marketing for Technology

From shared databases to communities of practice: A taxonomy of collaboratories. From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories. The types are: Distributed Research Centers, Shared Instruments, Community Data Systems, Open Community Contribution Systems, Virtual Communities of Practice, Virtual Learning Communities, and Community Infrastructure Projects. First, scientific knowledge is difficult to aggregate.

Speaking your Members’ and Customers’ Language: Six Gaps that might be Dooming Associations to Irrelevance

SocialFish

In Wohlson’s articles, e-bay utilized a different logic and set of capabilities to achieve new levels growth; capabilities that are not highly valued or developed in most associations: They actually spoke the same language as their customers…When in Rome… e-bay’s model of online shoppers’ community and its competitive advantage is based on leveraging the unique capabilities and new options that social technologies provide.

100 Examples of Corporate Social Media Policies

Koka Sexton

The following table contains the names of over 100 companies and organization that have published their Employee Social Media Policies or Guidelines online… The left side column is the name of the organization, and it is linked to their organizational or corporate home page.

Speaking your Members’ and Customers’ Language: Six Gaps that might be Dooming Associations to Irrelevance

SocialFish

These include aggregation and integration of content; ease of use; speed of delivery; broader access; consultative advice; facilitation of solutions, etc. Make sense to their markets and customers rather than in-house committees, policies and peers.

Your Guide to the Crowdsourced Workforce - ReadWriteWeb

Buzz Marketing for Technology

The large-scale committee approach is powerful because it leans on the concept of the "wisdom of crowds" (to a certain extent) which says basically that the more input, the better the output. Weve written about a number of companies that employ crowdsourcing to produce their product or service here on ReadWriteWeb, but in this post well specifically look at companies that allow you to leverage the crowd to get something done. aggregators. ReadWriteWeb. RWW Network.

Connecting 2 the World

Buzz Marketing for Technology

The true gap, therefore, is between those educated in a traditional way and the new "skills" needed to work in a module setting (able to move people, companies, offices, departments around without losing knowledge or the knowledge product) communicating through a network (rather than the old vertical structures) with critical thinking and problem solving skills that allow workers to react to the environment as it changes and create new knowledge (or knowledge products) in a short period of time.

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