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10 Community Manager Responsibilities that Don't Involve Twitter.

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Every time I tell someone I’m a Community Manager , I get a varied response. Really, many people trying to describe Online Community Managers, end up sounding like this: Others may know what Community Manager is, but don’t know exactly how much it entails.

What Kind of Online Community Do You Have Behind Your Firewall?

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As CIOs and Chief Knowledge Officers bring tools that have been used on the Internet – blogs, wikis, microblogs, profiles – behind the firewall, they tend to expect the same results. "We'll What group/community receives the most visits and/or posts on a particular day?

10 Words And Phrases Social Media Pros Should Help Their Clients Understand

SocMed Sean

That’s their job, making money for the company by serving customers. Help them understand that there are ways they can listen to their community, leverage feedback, and improve their business. I always appreciate constructive criticism if your opinion differs.

Klout, the Super Bowl, and Our Addiction to Shooting the Messenger

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Beyond the fact that the host committee dropped the ball on disclosure, there is a truly extraordinary amount of vitriol within the Indianapolis social media “community” about who was (and who was not) asked to participate in this Social 46 program. Maybe a Wiki?

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The Bamboo Project Blog

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Talent Management, and Employee Engagement (a PDF file) that finds: 52% of organizations that adopt blogs, wikis, and social networking tools (among others) achieved best-in-class performance levels compared to 5% for those that didnâ??t. Companies that didnâ??t Week 5-- Wikis.

The Bamboo Project Blog

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Dont show me 10 possible wiki tools. We can wait for our companies or organizations to do something for us (enjoy that) or we can do something about it for ourselves. Thats where constructing a personal research agenda--a series of important questions, problems and issues we want to explore--can re-ignite our passion for work and our desire to continue learning. Wikis. Services for Companies and Organizations. The Bamboo Project Blog. Tag Cloud Wisdom.

Connecting 2 the World: What do businesses really want?

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While many businesses want a sense of independence and creativity, what they chose was a person that fit the company personality (conformity). Quoting Alan Bennett, Stern says that most companies have the attitude "I am all in favour of free expression provided it is kept rigidly under control." Is constructing knowledge based on analysis a work. and community building. Group communication and the wiki. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Connecting 2 the World.

Doug Johnson Website --Skills for the Knowledge Worker

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• Students use productivity tools to collaborate in constructing technology-enhanced models, prepare publications, and produce other creative works. I am a student on the TRIo project and I need to get some sortof relevance from your @blog about the construction industry Please help me.

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Connecting 2 the World: Formulating the new work literacy framework

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On the left is an example of one of the more complex ones which took research on community building and created a model of online community building. manufacturing) which requires a higher level of thinking and access to information if a company is going to maintain a competitive edge.

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Try Looking Outside to Solve the Problems Inside

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and social media communities have been telling our bosses and clients for years now? I recently read a fascinating article in the latest edition of Fast Company – “ A Problem Solver’s Guide to Copycatting.&# For example (from the Fast Company article ), “In 1989, the pilots of the Exxon Valdez ran it into Bligh Reef, spilling enough oil to cover 11,000 square miles of ocean. web20 wiki Have This Blog Sent to Your Email!

Connecting 2 the World

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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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Connecting 2 the World: Transition to new Technologies

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Im sure you will have your own list of company names:-) Ka kite from Middle-earth. Is constructing knowledge based on analysis a work. and community building. Group communication and the wiki. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Connecting 2 the World. Connecting ideas, cultures, and disciplines. Thursday, June 5, 2008. Transition to new Technologies. I recently watched as my children showed each other the ins and outs of what they had figured out about their iPod.

Information Literacy in the Workplace - Special Libraries Association

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SLA Community. Julie Oman is an Information Steward for The Dow Chemical Company in Midland, MI. I feel a degree of responsibility in ensuring the knowledge workers of my organization have the fundamental skills to deal with whatever knowledge management technology and processes are adopted by the company. Like many companies, my organization provides a community that supports the use of information technology and. Communities of Practice. SLA Wikis.

PKM and the Organization - Pollard

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Many companies that jumped early onto the KM bandwagon have all but abandoned it, while many organizations that waited are now repeating the mistakes of the pioneers. Organizations provided staff with access to the Internet, but most of those who were inclined to use it already had it at home and were using it there, without the restrictions imposed by the company -- so that, too, was of marginal benefit. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company.