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Promoting the Triple-I Special Track on Knowledge Sharing using Social Media

As part of the Triple-I conference in Graz, Austria (3-5 September 2008), there will be a Special Track on Knowledge Sharing using Social Media. The special track focusses on real-world experiences with Social Media and tries to find answers to research questions such as: How is Social Media applied at the interface between enterprise and […]

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Top 5 misconceptions about wikis at work

Although many organizations are currently experimenting with wikis, some presumptions about wikis in the workspace appear to be sticky. Our interviews with managers as well as employees (before working with a wiki) revealed some opinions that may hinder the introduction process, if left undiscussed. What misconceptions have you encountered around wikis at work? John Rotenstein from Atlassian […]

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Status tags for wiki pages?

Does anyone know any good practices regarding status tags for wiki pages? In a wiki where many people co-create and share information, it is often useful to see the status of an article: it this an initial draft, is there discussion around this text or is the article maybe even a candidate for deletion? Just […]

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What could a Social Virtual Workspace look like?

One of the developments I strongly believe in, is making our personal work environments more social. Knowing that my social network is not just a source of passion, but also a source of inspiration, expertise, and keeping track of current trends & developments, it seems to make sense to have this network on my radar, […]

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Reboot 9.0 and new work environments

Please visit Ewan McIntosh’s blog (http://edu.blogs.com/edublogs/2007/06/reboot9_your_id.html) for a discussion on my session “Your ideal working environment” on Reboot 9.0. As I mentioned in his comments as well, I loved the stories people told about their ideal working environment and the fact that this seems to be not only very personal, but also depends on what […]

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Your ideal working environment

What does it take to create a working environment that stimulates productivity, collaboration and knowledge sharing? On this question I am initiating a conversation at Reboot 9.0. Looking from a human, organizational and technological perspective, what does it take to create a working environment where we feel happy, where we are productive, where we collaborate […]

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