Blogging was where we began, and how we built our company so we have preserved this archive to show how our thinking developed over a decade of developing the use of social technology inside organisations


Posts with a sharing theme

A Week in the Valley: Ning

Nat reviews Ning, the social web app sharing site, on O’Reilly Radar.

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Mind your language

‘Knowledge sharing’ doesn’t mean anything to most people.

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The writing process as a barrier to knowledge sharing

It’s all well and good having the tools to share knowledge, but people with little confidence in their own writing ability are unlikely to use them.

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Looking for information

How do people find information? What sources do they prefer? And what are the implications for knowledge sharing applications?

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Knowledge Management is not about publishing

EEK on a Harvard Business review piece about knowledge management and profiling

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CIOs wake up and smell the coffee

“We all know somebody in our organization who knows everything that’s going on. “Just ask Sally. She’ll know.” There’s always a Sally, and those are the people who become the bloggers.”

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Some simple suggestions to aid workplace collaboration

Jay Feinberg on simple publishing rules to assist workplace collaboration and coordination

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KM Europe 2003

KM Europe 2003 took place last week – here are some notes, reflections and links to presentations

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Three good links from elearnspace

Elearnspace posts three good links today: 1 about the nature of knowledge, 2 about ontology portals

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