community software management

Social Networks, Communities, & Rich Learning Environments

Submitted by admin on Tue, 03/04/2008 - 10:46

The following two posts are about advertising and new business models. My interests in them is about how we learn new things, share ideas, social information management (SIM) and flow in a workplace social network or community. In other words, how do we create a rich learning environment? One that helps employees and stakeholders sort through the clutter?

Note: I'm grateful for smart people like Mr. Hagel and Ms. Dyson. They help me clarify ideas that I simply don't have the time or skill to write about.

Community Software Solutions

business social media solutions Understanding online communities, social media, social media tools, and social commerce are important to your business, and you need to spend some quality time using them to really get what they're all about. The power of user-driven tools lies in the using.

Using social software to collaborate and connect

Submitted by admin on Tue, 06/26/2007 - 10:37

"The good and bad Of Web 2.0 tools", By J. Nicholas, IT News

It once bet its collaboration strategy on Microsoft tools. It's expanded to consider more Web 2.0 tools, but getting them implemented and used is far from easy.

Community 2.0 - We are smarter than me

Submitted by admin on Thu, 01/04/2007 - 06:54

Although the Wharton experiment is on "wisdom of crowds" ideas for business management, those same ideas (woc) have been rocking in oss communities for years. A simple look at sourceforge.net (Registered Projects: 138,299, Registered Users: 1,474,747) will yield volumes of actionable insights about community development, management, and woc.

Promotion from Wharton Publishing

"We Are Smarter Than Me"

Community software and better tacit interactions

Submitted by admin on Sat, 12/30/2006 - 09:43

I received an email from McKinsey, "Ten trends to watch in 2006". One of those trends is about the economics of knowledge. We help organizations use Drupal to create community software applications for employees, customers, suppliers, etc. What I find fascinating about all this community talk is that it all started in the open source software communities where it continues to flourish.

Community Development and Management

Submitted by admin on Fri, 12/22/2006 - 14:30

If you are unable to attend this conference, check out our blog to learn more about social network software and community 2.0 for the enterprise. Here's a good blog post to start with, Community software and better tacit interactions.

Here's a podcast about community 2.0. Of course, most of the podcast is old news if you've been keeping up with our blog over the last three years.

Communications Scale with Social Networks

Submitted by admin on Wed, 05/31/2006 - 13:33

Most social network platforms we set-up and run are for business organizations. Organizations that want to connect people, ideas and information - mashups - so they can improve decision making and performance amongst employees, customers, suppliers, etc. But some of the ideas Mr. Young writes about, scaling self-expression, reach of distribution, and decentralizing the ecosystem apply to what we enable inside businesses.