Tag Archives: collaboration

Share your own knowledge, bring your own app

Interesting post from Steve Dale – taking a slightly different approach to the use of social tools within the workplace (see ‘social business’ or ‘enterprise 2.0′ ad nauseam) where he focuses instead on the concept of ‘personal knowledge management’. In … Continue reading

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What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Exploring how digital technology can support young people to engage socially and economically in their communities : Tim’s Blog – Tim is "launching an open research project to find key … Continue reading

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Online collaboration in the workplace – thoughts and concerns

I had a mixed day yesterday at the Online Information conference, which is excellently led by Steve Dale. The good bits were the sessions I attended and the chance to meet up with good friends, old and new. The less … Continue reading

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Being good at work

Lovely post from Stephen Hale: I think the culture and tools of social networking can go a long way to improve how people manage and share knowledge inside an organisation, and increase individuals’ productivity at work. Lots of people could … Continue reading

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The problem with the intranet

I sometimes think there are a few too many of these infographic things floating around, but I thought this was a really interesting one! Via the SocialCast blog.

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