An Email alternative: four dimension of feeds (RSS) in organizations

10-08-2007 – Filed under knowledge-managementcommunity-of-practicefeedsharingwiki

To continue with my post “What is enterprise2.0,” I wrote a case study for organizational blogging. Inspired by the posts from EnterpriseRSS, Paul Dunay, I want to focus this time on RSS and feeds. In my opinion feeds can make a decisive difference in getting the right information at the…

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Connect lessons learnt through tagging

25-07-2007 – Filed under knowledge-managementcommunity-of-practicelearningsharingsocial-networktagging

Yesterday, I read a blog post about “How do you convince people to share failures?” and I also heard about an interesting lessons learnt website project which was implemented some years ago. In that project station masters were asked to give regular information about their stations such as statistics. Secondly…

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NPK4DEV – a collaborative tagging experience

14-06-2007 – Filed under knowledge-managementcommunity-of-practicenpk4devsharingsocial-bookmarkingtagging

I remember when I came across those weird looking different size word aggregations on websites and wondered what were they? When I read about tagging and tag clouds I was first skeptical about it and asked myself what is the benefit of them? Nowadays I am fascinated, how tags can…

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Sun blogging turns communication upside down

31-05-2007 – Filed under communicationknowledge-managementbloggingbusinesscivil-societycommunity-of-practice

Sun Microsystems’ blogging approach changes the company’s communication and knowledge management. In wikinomics I encountered Johan Schwartz, the CEO of Sun, with his unusual approach of not being him the only one blogging but also his colleagues, whom he encourages to blog publicly about their work and anything else they…

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