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Designing and Managing Knowledge Work

Some time ago I made a presentation for the Information & Knowledge Management Society (IKMS) at the British Council in Singapore. It was built along those lines: – The changing nature of organisations, work and workplace – How knowledge management

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“Enterprise 2.0″ as a synonym for management consulting? – A dedicated answer to Paula Thornton

Hey Paula, Thanks for visiting and commenting my post! Thank you for your kind comment on both Jon and myself. Jon and I met in Paris recently after digital conversations. We have similar views on many topics to a point

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“Enterprise 2.0″ as a synonym for management consulting?

Ross Dawson crafted an article to announce the coming release of a report of its own.  I don’t know where he is now in crafting his report, but the article displays a pretty simple approach to the topic. Here are

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Beyond Enterprise 2.0 ROI, evaluation and management of knowledge in the workplace

My colleague Penny Edwards has a nice post @ Headshift on measurement and social software, which reopens in a smart way the conversation about return on investment (ROI) we had months ago with Luis Suarez, Dennis Howlett, Jon Husband and

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Taxonomies > Sensemaking > Adoption (mirror)

Initially published on the Headshift’s blog. The enterprise social computing scene is all about incentivizing, building and demonstrating – often with use cases – the benefits of socializing computer based activities. Most of social computing consultant are thrilled by the

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