(corporate) #facebook

Die Analogie des Artikels trägt nicht (und auch ein Transponieren aus dem Uni-Alltag und den -Prozessen ins echte Unternehmensleben verbietet sich aus Myriaden Gründen …)

Ich verlinke das hier denn auch nur als schlechtes Beispiel für populäre Veröffentlichungen zu #e20 ;)

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Soziale Netzwerke: Facebook vereinfacht Arbeitsabläufe
In Unternehmen nimmt die Bedeutung von sozialen Netzwerken zu. Schon bald werden sie normales Arbeitsmittel sein – für Kundenkontakt, Intranetersatz oder Alumninetzwerk.

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Well, I am blogging¹ this

¹ http://www.frogpond.de/2012/02/automagic-ftw/

Reshared post from +Martin Koser

#socialbusiness #knowledgemanagement

I always tell people that with social software in business we finally get the means to achieve what we wanted in KM since ages

(no piece of cake, still …)

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Is Social Business Just Knowledge Management 2.0?
Alan Hamilton asks if social business is just an iteration of Knowledge Management 2.0.

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You don't do KM! You respond to business problems and develop business opportunities…

You don't do KM! You respond to business problems and develop business opportunities using KM tools.

#quoteoftheday

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On knowledge, competion and collaboration by David Gurteen (Gurteen Knowledge)On knowledge, competion and collaboration by David Gurteen
Quotation: On knowledge, competion and collaboration by David Gurteen

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Bianca Gade verlinkt vier #e20 Artikel, fast alle habe ich ebenfalls im letzten…

Bianca Gade verlinkt vier #e20 Artikel, fast alle habe ich ebenfalls im letzten Monat gelesen – aber nicht im Blog oder auf G+ verlinkt. Das muss und wird anders werden 😉

(mein Collaboration Buch von Hansen liegt immer noch ungelesen auf dem #toread Stapel)

((das gut gelungene Dossier aus dem HBR ist es auch wert verlinkt zu werden, http://hbr.org/special-collections/insight/collaboration ist lesenswert))

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Enterprise 2.0 Monatsrückblick Februar 2012
Evolution der Arbeit; Querdenken im Konzern; Warum Schimpansen keine Computer erfinden; Barrieren der Kollaboration; Warum Netzwerke nicht funktionieren; Warum McKinsey Unrecht hat

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Automagic #ftw

OK, what did I say – I may add some “syndication automagic stuff from there to here” … and here’s this blog, there’s the Google+ page of frogpond, administrated by a proxy G+ user named Martin Koser – who incidentally has a private G+-profile as well.

I’ve decided that it’s a good idea to share some links (and short snappy remarks) from the GReader inbox of the Google Apps user mk<at>frogpond.de into here – and channel them via Google+ (not at least because it’s easier and modern than to write an individual blog post every time). I expect this to be a faster and more efficient way to blog curate relevant content, but I am not sure if it’s a cool way to go … (please, tell me if it’s cool or cold ; ‘)

Now, there should be no flooding the blog with half-baked links (I guess you get enough of that from Twitter, huh?) … but some worthwhile and relevant stuff found on the web, ideally with additional comments and additional information. That’s the beauty of Daniel Treadwell’s google+blog plugin, you get the Google+ comments into the blog as well. So I will add some people again in the next 24 hours – this time from the G+ frogpond page – in addition to an earlier circling I’ve probably done with the all private account.

This bit of redundancy is the price one pays for G+ being not yet able to merge accounts – but I guess I can live with that. If all works well some interesting discussions can be sparked – happening in G+, yes – but their shine will be reflected and collected in here as well.

(syndicated G+ posts get tagged with via_googleplus, so it’s easy to spot them. And there’s always a link to the Google+ source, too)