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Is your Organization Capable of Unorthodox Thinking?

SocialFish

The New Competence of the Knowledge Age. The larger point here is that the need for “unorthodox thinking,” outside formulas and prescriptions, is not just for Bill Gates and his friends but, to varying degrees, for all of us doing business in the knowledge age.

Grow Your Wiki

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Community. knowledge management. online communities. sharing knowledge. Web-based spreadsheet. Social Enterprise: Interview with 7thFloor Magazine. and The New Knowledge Forge. The New Knowledge Forge - Porto, Portugal, 30 June. About. Services.

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Techlearning > > 21st Century Skills: Will Our Students Be Prepared? > October 15, 2003

Buzz Marketing for Technology

T&L magazine. They need to know how to use their knowledge and skills-by thinking critically, applying knowledge to new situations, analyzing information, comprehending new ideas, communicating, collaborating, solving problems, and making decisions.". Both groups outlined a variety of skills-including higher-order thinking, personal abilities, and technology literacy-essential for preparing students for a knowledge-based economy.

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The 8 Wrong Questions PR Firms Are Asking About Social Media | PR.

Convince & Convert

Better question: How can we distribute social media knowledge across the entire firm, including ongoing training and knowledge sharing? But there are still plenty of PR firms (and companies, for that matter) looking at social media purely as a distribution vehicle. Bret [link] Chris Bird Very well said – it's about deeply engaging those that you do have while optimizing current efforts to grow the base.

Hawaii Officially Dips Toes in the Waters of Social Media

Bare Feet Studios

Measuring Social Media Campaigns I agree with Derek (a commenter on PBN) on the point that internet-based marketing campaigns can be far more measurable (and accurate and targeted) than traditional print, radio, and tv-based initiatives.