Peeragogy

Jay Cross

Make it easy for me to connect with friends, like Facebook. Give me single sign-on, like using my Facebook profile to access multiple applications. Give me a way to voice my opinions and show my personality, as on my blog.

The State of Social Business – A State of Maturity?

Luis Suarez

My head is still spinning along, but I suppose now that I’m back at home, it’s time to pick things up again and keep up with the blogging mojo. And, in most cases, people are realising they no longer need Facebook as a helping hand to deliver those messages.

Trending Sources

Social Business in 2013 – A Challenge

Luis Suarez

More than anything else, because in the last three months, while I was mostly away from this blog, I kept bumping into a couple of relatively new challenges that I think are going to present lots of great opportunities for us all in the year ahead in the space of Social Business.

Narrate Your Work, Working Out Loud, with Google Plus

Luis Suarez

I have blogged about them in the past already a few times and it never ceases to amaze me the huge impact each and everyone of them have been having in helping transform the corporate world as we know it, within the larger context of Social Business.

You JUST hired this person.do you even know.

Mark Oehlert

Do you know if they have a blog/tumblr? When discussions about blocking networks like Twitter and Facebook at the corporate firewall seemed more common (they seem to have settled down but I could be just not hearing the stories), one example I always used was about ROI.

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Living “A World Without Email” … in Google Plus

Luis Suarez

In the last few weeks a lot has been written about whether Google Plus is the ultimate killer social networking site of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or several others, you name it. Information Sharing: Along the lines of sharing links to interesting Web sites, blog posts, etc.

2010 in Review Part 3: My year in reflective blogging

Jane Hart

Blog C4LPT Jane Hart Advice Workshops Social Learning Handbook Resources Contact Happy Christmas!   Here are 5 key themes in my reflective blogging this year. I also mentioned that this would mean not only a new toolset, but also a new mindset and new skillset for both learning professionals and employees – something that I picked up on in a later blog posting in April.   Earlier in the year, in Twitter and Facebook and Buzz! 2011 C4LPT blog

Let’s destroy the panopticons

Doc Searls

In this context, intranets look like salvation to many companies, their protective firewalls a form of corporate encryption designed to insulate against a scary new kind of market: unpredictable, unmanageable, unwilling to be manipulated. They want to participate in the conversations going on behind the corporate firewall. https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/blog/ panopticon ?Aug Some of us have pretty much abandoned e-mail altogether … for Facebook.

A Special Day

Luis Suarez

Over the course of the last couple of days my social periscope, both inside and outside of the firewall, has been down for most of the time, as I have been fully immersed on the IBM Simplify Jam , jamming away, with still nearly 7 hours to go!,

Reflections from 2011 – Focused and Purposeful Social Networking

Luis Suarez

Effectiveness , that’s all the rage coming along for 2012, and beyond, with regards to our overall user experience with social networking tools, whether inside, or outside of the firewall.

Open Business Strategies – Helping Someone Else Achieve Their Goals

Luis Suarez

This doesn’t require much hard work like putting together an influx of blog posts, or scheduling dozens of tweets per day, or looking after LinkedIn groups, or Facebook Pages or even several Google Plus Communities.

Why Corporate Training is Broken And How to Fix It

Jay Cross

External blogs and news feeds. Workers are frustrated with corporate training because outside the firewall they have better equipment, enjoy unrestricted access to the riches of the Internet, and find it easier to network with friends and acquaintances.

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Reflections from 2011 – A World Without Email – The Documentary

Luis Suarez

To get us started I thought it would be a good entry point to refer folks to the last article I published on this topic over here in this blog, where I covered the latest progress report up to Year 3, Week #51. We are now approaching the end of this rather long blog entry.

State of the Net 2012 – People Tweet Tacit Knowledge – Part One

Luis Suarez

followed by lots of additional self-reflection and learning on the sides from watching video clips, mainly of conference event recordings available on YouTube and, eventually, come back to the blog to reflect on some of the stuff I have learned in the process.

Learning With and From Others: Restructuring Budgets for Social Learning

Dan Pontefract

The trend may have started with Facebook and Twitter being used inside company firewalls as a toe in the water, but it quickly shifted to specific social media tools being developed for specific corporate uses. Originally posted to T+D Magazine, January 2011 Edition. Reprinted here with permission. original link here ). Now is the time for learning professionals to embrace social learning as an emerging and engaging way to enhance an organization’s learning strategy.

Finally a great E20 tool - and people play the social card!

Martijn Linssen

technologies now starting to penetrate the firewall. Twitter, Facebook, social interactions: people speaking to people, not a machine to be seen. Business or Pleasure? -

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Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 : Andrew McAfee’s Blog

Andy McAfee

Andrew McAfee’s Blog The Business Impact of IT Home Home RSS Search Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 I’ve had for some time now the vague sense that the iPhone, Twitter, Gmail, Googling, Facebook, Wikipedia, Delicious, and other runaway successes are trying to tell us something about how we want to use technology in our lives and in our work, and if we enterprise technologists listen carefully we’ll hear what that something is.

Tool Set 2009

Tony Karrer

The information in this series has been something I've been presenting, writing, blogging about and more recently doing workshops around. Sue's description of a personal learning network is: Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) are all about using web tools such as blogs, wiki, twitter, facebook to create connects with others which extend our learning, increases our reflection while enabling us to learn together as part of a global community.

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Need Your Feedback on my Triangulating Thinking | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

From the “social networks” of Facebook and others, which appear to have no direct relevance to professional work, to specific professional networks, to loosely affilianted networks of bloggers, people can now find and connect to others.

[mesh] Rebecca MacKinnon

David Weinberger

NOTE: Live-blogging. The Great Firewall blocks what’s on servers outside of China by people the Chinese govt can’t arrest. Q: What do we need to think about when Google, Facebook, Apple, Twitter, occupy such an enormous part of our online attention? Facebook has this “real name” requirement.

Web 2.0 - Consumer vs. Enterprise Use

Tony Karrer

tools in the enterprise before in this blog: Adoption of Web 2.0 In other words, if facebook and del.icio.us are already being used, then try to align your strategies with these tools rather than trying to provide behind-the-firewall solutions. These policies should be along the lines of IBM's blogging guidelines instead of being one of the 41% apparently ban Facebook and other such applications via firewall rules. Jack Vinson (in Web2.0

What tools should we learn?

Harold Jarche

Another option, if you want to share within your organisation, would be to use an open source social bookmarking system and bring it inside your company’s firewall, but that would take some cooperation from the IT department. Blogs. Blogging is my main source of learning,” she says.

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Models for Learning Questions

Tony Karrer

6) Can you comment on the advantages/disadvantages of company-created social sites (private networking sites) vs public sites such as Twitter and Facebook. I will say that sometimes companies get it a bit wrong when it comes to leveraging existing sites to create value that extends beyond the firewall. 8) We are in the brainstorming sessions of creating a blog and podcast. I'd think that's a compelling internal blog and/or podcast.

The only real social networks are personal ones

Doc Searls

› The only real social networks are personal ones December 18, 2007 in Blogging , Future , Ideas , Past , VRM , problems | 65 comments Should Brands Join or Build Their Own Social Network? is the question Jeremiah Owyang raised yesterday on Twitter and in facebook.

[berkman] Beth Kanter and Allison Fine on networked nonprofits

David Weinberger

NOTE: Live-blogging. Non-networked non-profits work in silos, behind non-porous firewalls. When talking to their online person, he said that on FaceBook they spend as much time wishing people happy birthday as talking about the issues. A: Think about the amazing amount of courage of the PP leadership and board first to start building their own Web page and then move on to FaceBook. Their most enthusiastic FaceBook fans are evangelists.

[ugc3] The Evolution of UGC

David Weinberger

Facebook’s “Beacon&# idea was powerful but ineptly handled. David: Forrester analysts have personal blogs as well as company blogs. But IBM has shown a way to connect virtual worlds through a firewall. Dan Hunter of NY Law School begins with an informal talk called “UGC: From Threat He disagrees with Eli Noam that the end game will be commercialization. [ Ah, the exceptionalist battle is joined! ]

[berkman] Tarleton Gillespie: The Politics of Online Media Platforms

David Weinberger

NOTE: Live-blogging. 2008 that they’re going to become more conservative in blocking offensive videos: removing some, moving some behind an age firewall, and algorithmically demoting some so they won’t appear on the most popular lists. Part of the answer: They use the term “platform.&# “The role this term plays is indicative of the type of positioning a youtube, facebook or flickr would like to establish.&#

Need Your Feedback on my Triangulating Thinking

Nancy White

From the “social networks” of Facebook and others, which appear to have no direct relevance to professional work, to specific professional networks, to loosely affilianted networks of bloggers, people can now find and connect to others. OK, I need your help.

Coming for your job.or at least the way you do it now.

Mark Oehlert

The tools will are already becoming integrated with your existing enterprise platforms, so they're already inside the firewall. elements -- social networking, RSS, blogs, wikis, mashups, podcasting, and widgets -- are fast becoming the norm for communicating with employees and customers.

Why do we care about some things and not others? | Daniel Pink

Dan Pink

Subscribe To Blog Via RSS. In fact, they were so intriguing that I asked Joe if I could present them to Pink Blog readers for their responses. Dan Pink. Contact. Follow Dan on Twitter. About Dan. Speaking Engagements. Video. Articles. Office Hours. Drive. A Whole New Mind. Johnny Bunko.

Increasing “Jointness” and Reducing Duplication in DoD Intelligence

Martijn Linssen

This concept is being cross-posted on the blogs of several of the contributors, including Michael Tanji’s Haft of the Spear , John Bordeaux’s Jbordeaux.com , Bob Gourley’s CTOvision.com and Lewis Shepherd’s Shepherdspi.com. The result is similar to Facebook’s news feed.

Need Your Feedback on my Triangulating Thinking | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

From the “social networks” of Facebook and others, which appear to have no direct relevance to professional work, to specific professional networks, to loosely affilianted networks of bloggers, people can now find and connect to others.