Five Uses for Virtual Worlds in the Workplace

Dan Pontefract

You could conduct focus groups, instructor-led learning sessions, widget/gadget/service demonstrations, or through the use of contests a way to recognize customers or at least appreciate their business. It’s social, informal and extremely engaging.

Five Uses for Virtual Worlds in the Workplace

Dan Pontefract

You could conduct focus groups, instructor-led learning sessions, widget/gadget/service demonstrations, or through the use of contests a way to recognize customers or at least appreciate their business. It’s social, informal and extremely engaging.

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Creating a Return on Investment (ROI) calculation for Enterprise 2.0 and internal social media

Ross Dawson

A major challenge for organizations that are considering internal social media initiatives is that a business case including a financial justification is frequently required. To be frank, I think ROI calculations for social initiatives are in most cases a waste of time, because so many of the benefits and costs are unknowable before the initiative. and social media. Cost of traditional market research such as focus groups and surveys. Social capital.

Social Media at Work

Luis Suarez

This time around Social Media @ Work. With the existence, and abundance, of social networking tools, we are no longer having to depend on one or two individuals, or a small team of communicators, to help spread the message around.

Social Business Is People to People Business – The Movistar Story

Luis Suarez

And that company that has finally understood what a social business is all about is one that I never expected that it would be coming around, as seen on this blog a few times already. That social business with a success story on providing excellent customer service and support is Movistar.

LinkedIn Guide for Knowledge Workers

Tony Karrer

LinkedIn Basics Tips on using LinkedIn The Unofficial LinkedIn User's Guide for Executives and Professionals LinkedIn Tips 10 Ways to Use LinkedIn LinkedIn Tips and Tweaks: Do More with your LinkedIn Account 20 Ways to Use LinkedIn Productively Making Your LinkedIn Business Network Pay Dividends Ten Etiquette Tips for LinkedIn LinkedIn Learning Center LinkedIn How-Tos The Social Media Starter Kit: LinkedIn How to Use LinkedIn 10 Part Series: Can LinkedIn Work for You?

Giving Away Four Free Passes To Millennial Donor Summit 2012

Beth Kanter

This year’s study had more than 6,500 Millennials, 3 focus groups and 90 nonprofit professionals respond/participate. This session will feature examples from organizations building movements to engage Millennial through their peers, friends, and social networks.

Learning and KM: Separated at birth?

Jay Cross

They go beyond the Gen X, and Y (Millennial) vision to look into the “virtuals” the first generation that has been socialized in virtual worlds from WebKinz, Club Penguin, Habbo Hotel, etc.—and Search is certainly being affected by the increasingly social nature of online activities.

PKM 123

Beyond prototype fidelity: environmental and social fidelity

Adaptive Path

As background, a few years ago, me and a lot of people I knew, did UX design for software that typically had one environment and social context for use. Usually, it was one person in front of a computer in an office-like setting, even if he or she was doing something like gaming or social networking. The environmental and social aspects of the design could be adequately addressed in a discovery, user-research type step of the design process. Social fidelity.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Thoughts on the Use of the Word Ethnography

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Quote of the Day | Main | VisualComplexity.com: A Resource on the Visualization of Complex Networks » August 17, 2007 Thoughts on the Use of the Word Ethnography Im working on a more complete post about the Adaptive Path conference, UX Week 2007 , that just finished up yesterday.

Ethical Codes and Learning Analytics

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

And, as he notes, ““There is one and only one social responsibility of business – to use it[s]resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits so long as it stays within the rules of the game, which is to say, engages in open and free competition.”