Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment – The Follow-Up

Luis Suarez

The fact I’m reading a whole lot more tweets than ever before allows me to find tons of pretty interesting articles, blog posts, reports, white papers and whatever other kind of publication from those I follow through lists that I then share across in a private Slack space I have set up specifically for that purpose: acting as my Personal Knowledge Hub of interesting links and tweets I have bumped into over time that I would want to either re-read again or reuse elsewhere at a later time.

Social Business Accelerates Work as a State of Mind

Luis Suarez

A few days back Scott Edinger put together a very insightful article on the topic of whether remote knowledge workers are more engaged , or not, than people working at the traditional office. The interesting thing though is how the whole concept of teleworking has been all along with us for several decades now, specially, since the emergence of groupware, collaboration and knowledge sharing solutions came about.

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Mastering the Art of Collaboration Through Conversation

Luis Suarez

and, probably, it has been like that over the course of the last 25 years or so, when it first came about while being associated with the whole concept of groupware. Now, let’s go back in time, about 17 years ago, when The Cluetrain Manifesto was first published , and let’s have a look into this particular quote from David Weinberger himself about the one main role of knowledge workers, according to him. More than anything else, because, if anything, as a knowledge (Web 2.0)

The key to understanding what’s going on

Jay Cross

Extreme swings toward technology and institutions were Taylor’s Scientific Management, robber barons, Business Process Reengineering, and narrowly-defined eLearning (removing all the people to make it work.) Knowledge management and corporate learning may never be the same. “Contrast that with the groupware approach to things where people are placed into groups defined organizationally or functionally.&#.