NGO2.0 is all about learning and ideas (2)

04-04-2008 – Filed under knowledge-managementcivil societyculturengoopennessorganizational-learningsharing

As I have previously argued in a recent post, many NGOs have quite conventional organizing forms, facing the challenge of openness and often not founding a way to deal with open networks and a two way conversation. A key step to openness and different understanding of roles such as an…

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Good practice: Group blogging in an organization

20-07-2007 – Filed under knowledge-managementbloggingcollaborationorganizational-learningsharing

For the “I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate“  blog, I wrote a post about internal organizational blogging, as an example of how web2.0 can be used to change communications and enhance knowledge sharing. Behind “e-collaborate”, there is a great community of pratice to exchange experiences for online knowledge sharing and collaboration….

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Implications of knowlegde sharing through the web

18-07-2007 – Filed under knowledge-managementlearningopennessorganizational-learningsharingwiki

While reading “everything is miscelleanous”, I found a quote by Michael Gorman, president of the American Library Assiciation, in Library Journal back in 2005: “Given the quality of the writing in the blogs I have seen, I doubt that many of the Blog People are in the habit of sustained…

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