Tag Archive | "Knowledge Management"

Using Organizational Network Analysis (ONA)

August 7, 2012 2 comments

Featured post by Information Architected Consulting Partner, Patti Anklam. Organizational network analysis (ONA) uses a subset of methods developed for social network analysis (SNA), a methodology for collecting information about connections among entities (usually people), developing visual representations of the relationships of those connections and applying mathematical analyses to understand patterns and derive insights. ONA […]

E2.0 Behavior Changes: Swapping Tools – Real to Digital

June 3, 2011 No comments yet

This post is a variation on what I’ve started and plan to continue on Use Cases, but rather than a Use Case, this is a Behavior Change. What’s the difference? You need both, and you want as many available in your toolkit as possible. Use Cases show more in-depth and “tangible/measurable” scenarios that you, as […]

Try, Fail, Own, Learn – Part 1 of 2

May 24, 2011 3 comments

There’s something in the air… I’ve been involved an interesting series of workshop engagements recently (mix of Enterprise 2.0 and Innovation) which made me stop and pause to think about what’s transpired to my own approach to work over the last few years. I’m going to cover this in a two part series… Try, Fail, […]

ECM Use Cases: Onboarding New Hires

May 12, 2011 No comments yet

Many of the people and organizations that sell products or services for content management and knowledge management are guilty of putting the technology before the problem. It’s easy to do, because it’s the most obvious piece of the puzzle to point to – but that doesn’t mean it’s the best way to discuss the impacts of […]

Leadership and Networks

January 4, 2011 1 comment

Editor’s Note: This post is a featured guest post by one of our IAI University Partners, Patti Anklam of Net Work. In the concluding chapter of my book, Net Work, I focused on “The Leader’s Net Work.”  From reading about and talking to leaders of networks, I arrived at the following set of prescriptions: Network […]

Link, Look, Learn – at Social Objects

September 24, 2010 1 comment

Editor’s Note: This post is a featured guest post by one of our IAI University Partners, Patti Anklam of Net Work. A former Digital/Compaq colleague, Bob Fleischer sent me a link to Jyri Engeström’s blog entry, Why some social network services work and others don’t — Or: the case for object-centered sociality, which provides an interesting perspective on […]

Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management and Value Networks

September 8, 2010 1 comment

Editor’s Note: This post is a featured guest post by one of our IAI University Partners, Patti Anklam of Net Work. I was doing fact checking when writing Net Work and wanted to confirm the timeline for the work on intellectual capital and knowledge management. I discovered a short history of the idea of intellectual and its […]

What Enterprise 2.0 Practitioners Should Know About KM Deployments

April 23, 2010 5 comments

About a decade ago Knowledge Management (KM), was the focus of business and technology leaders alike.  But after only a few years in the limelight, KM all but disappeared.  Still smoldering, however, knowledge management morphed, to a series of related applications, technologies and practices.  Among these are/were portals, intranets, BI, collaboration and two that are […]

IAM Alert: Invention Machine Goldfire 6.0 Brings Collaboration and Experts to Mix

February 25, 2010 4 comments

Information Architected Market Alert (IAM Alert): Invention Machine (headquartered in Boston) announced yesterday the availability of Invention Machine Goldfire 6.0 with integrated collaboration and expert identification technologies to further accelerate product innovation. (see press release from Invention Machine) Beyond Individual Innovators Historically, Invention Machine’s Goldfire has been oriented towards providing an individually focused innovation “workbench” […]

Move Over Nielsen and Make Way for ECM

February 2, 2010 1 comment

Yesterday I tweeted (@carlfrappaolo) about a Boston Globe article on ECM search company, Endeca. I was going to let it go at that; congratulations Endeca for getting the attention of the Sunday Globe and for having the popular press cover the fact that search is more than just findability and Google, that search can be […]

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