If you know our site, you know our mantra is "ideas are everywhere". With this in mind, making meaning constantly evolves. We use our own tools to connect, engage, and share ideas and information. So everybody - meaning scales - is tied into the concentric circles (individual, team, group, department, division, organization, and outside) of emergent thinking to make meaning. Through this connectedness of meaning the organization performs better and leaves little doubt about what needs to be done.
Social Media Tools
Free business development ideas on innovation and open collaboration. We strongly believe greats ideas are everywhere - even outside the company walls. Both, innovation and open collaboration, are great processes that demand a framework, say, a social network system or a community application approach.
"The 10th International SOA Web Services Edge Conference, colocated with the First Annual Enterprise Open Source Conference, will take place on June 5-6, 2006 at the historical Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. SOA Web Services Edge and Enterprise Open Source Conference together deliver the #1 i-technology educational and networking opportunity of the year."
The myth of "keeping up" by Kathy Sierra from headrush.
Kathy offers her tips on keeping up with information anxiety.
"Find the best aggregators
Aggregators become increasingly more important. Finding the right person, business, web site, etc. who does the best job of filtering (attenuating) in a specific area adds time to your life.
Cut the redundancy!
Replacing retirees and recruiting new talent will impact every business as well as every government agency. I wonder what these organizations are using to capture the deep smarts of retirees? Although they are probably not looking at social network software - they should be!
John Hagel - Edge Perspectives, has a great post about, "...the relationship between Web 2.0 and Service Oriented Architectures (SOA)?"
I've gathered together a few posts about enterprise social networking software applications.
Posted by Dion Hinchcliffe - ZDNET
What makes an online community work? We know software is only part of the solution. But, with any social software application, you need to understand: Collaboration - Participation - Information Flows, how people get work done, and relationships. The application must balance form and function - user experience - to be effective. Those items are critically important to implementing a successful community. We initially learned about them from working in open source software (OSS) communities as we implement social applications for customers.
"The 12 Different Ways for Companies to Innovate" from MIT Sloan by Mohanbir Sawhney, Robert C. Wolcott and Inigo Arroniz.