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

Convince & Convert

Some of the complaints are simply misguided – like this post from local communications consultant Allison Carter – who seems to believe that companies and organizations should be required to publicly state how they determine who to include in outreach programs. Maybe a Wiki?

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10 Community Manager Responsibilities that Don't Involve Twitter.

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

That last one might be the most honest of the three, since asking a Community Manager whether they tweet for a living is like asking a construction worker if they cat-call for a living, or a doctor if he asks people to say “ah!&# He also consults companies on Internet Marketing.

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The Bamboo Project Blog

Buzz Marketing for Technology

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.

eLearning & Deliberative Moments: The present and future of Personal Learning Environments (PLE)

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It was originally part of a class wiki. But whether constructively and defensively, interest in PLE appears to be growing. Software development companies are keen to make their product or service a nexus of attention. eLearning & Deliberative Moments.

Connecting 2 the World: What do businesses really want?

Buzz Marketing for Technology

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. 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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Most Americans, especially those in traditional blue-collar jobs such as manufacturing, have for decades watched non-skilled work being shifted to either automated systems (robotics) or to cheaper foreign labor markets. Doug Johnson.

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Web Worker Daily " Archive Busyness vs. Burst: Why Corporate Web Workers Look Unproductive "

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technologies (including blogs, wikis, and prediction markets), approaches, and initiatives. One of the most interesting things for me about these classes has been how often students bring up one specific concern: that people who use the new tools heavily — who post frequently to an internal blog, edit the corporate wiki a lot, or trade heavily in the internal prediction market — will be perceived as not spending enough time on their ‘real’ jobs.

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Connecting 2 the World: Formulating the new work literacy framework

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manufacturing) which requires a higher level of thinking and access to information if a company is going to maintain a competitive edge. For example, within a manufacturing company, you have the personnel department who work primarily in people to people jobs.

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Connecting 2 the World: Transition to new Technologies

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Using marketing (technology adoption) concepts, the majority adopters dont tend to use a new product until it is in the mature stage. Im sure you will have your own list of company names:-) Ka kite from Middle-earth. Is constructing knowledge based on analysis a work. Group communication and the wiki. Education, the knowledge society, the global market all connected through technology and cross-cultural communication skills are what this blog and I am all about.

Connecting 2 the World

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The American Marketing Association, National Communication Association, American Management Association, American Institute of CPAs, and ASTD all have a great influence on organizations. wikis, project software, reports, e-mail, chat), we are pushing the boundaries of our knowledge. This would be critical thinking, abstracting, and knowledge construction (as I am doing here as I blog). Group communication and the wiki. skip to main | skip to sidebar.

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Information Literacy in the Workplace - Special Libraries Association

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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. Competitive Intelligence, Market Research, Scientific Method)?

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. Fast Company.