Enterprise 2.0 Mashup Summit

  Colabria® in collaboration with many diverse sponsors announces the Enterprise 2.0 Mashup Summit in San Francisco, California, on Friday, September 28, 2007. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 17, 2007 — Colabria® in collaboration with Google, Helix Commerce, IBM, Jackbe, Kapow Technologies, Mashery, Salesforce.com, Skype Journal, Society of Information Management, Strike Iron, The Programmable Web,…

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Enterprise Mashups

  Finally, after decades of painful disasters and frustration, the corporate IT establishment and KM begin to embrace networks, markets and complexity science vis-a-vis enterprise mashups. BTW, forget about ‘enterprise architecture’ or SOA for authentic business computing. These methods are built by IT people for other IT people. That’s fine, but remember, they fall down…

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The Social Enterprise

Next Practices in KM, Social Networks and Media Friday, October 08, 2010 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Chase Tower — Dallas TX 75021 Full Agenda, Map, & Registration: http://regonline.com/DFW101 Registrar Contact: (415) 637-0496 [email protected]     Agenda Overview: 1. The Social Enterprise: A Conversation Karl Wiig, Chairman and CEO, Knowledge Research Initiative Adriaan Jooste, Chief…

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KM Australia

Register   Putting the Pieces Together Brochure Social Media and Collaboration // Change Management and Culture // Learning and Performance // Content and Information Management // Communication and Leadership____________ Special feature: A short history of KM Australia____________ This year’s Congress is putting the pieces together by addressing a range of crucial issues in the evolving…

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Bay Area I-Node

              Lester Center for EntrepreneurshipReceives Major National Science FoundationGrant to Head Bay Area I-Node February 25, 2013Berkeley, California The University of California, Berkeley, the University of California, San Francisco and Stanford University are collaborating on an educational program aimed at commercializing university research and fostering innovation locally and nationally,…

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What is Colabria Action Research?

Colabria is an action research network. Scholars and academics sometimes call it praxis intervention. The focus is proximate. The scope is global. Colabria conducts periodic collaborations, conferences and confabulations. They are known as Colabria Clusters. The purpose is to Create The Future. Colabria was founded in San Francisco in 1996. Ongoing themes include network science,…

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AngelList User Group

   https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/108003558646876212824   Thanks to the hundreds of you for making the AngelList User Group (ALUG) pilot an enormous success. As we transition from the pilot phase to full production, among the important questions is the technology and community platforms we use. This message helps you understand our strategy. Meetup (MU) – this an ok…

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Real Knowledge Management Books

While effective knowledge management (KM) can only be achieved through conversation, collaboration, community and complex interactions, some foundational masterworks are useful.     Beware! It is important to steer clear of books from specious ‘knowledge management institutes,’ silly ‘knowledge management councils’ and malignant knowledge management training groups. Avoid so-called knowledge management thought leaders’ too. Mostly these are…

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The Social Enterprise

Announcement of syndication for The Social Enterprise You are now welcome to freely access and cite The Social Enterprise – a research project sponsored by the Society of Information Management – Advanced Practices Council. Core enterprise business activities operate on a social foundation. CIOs and IT leadership must conceive, adopt, define, and deploy a comprehensive enterprise social…

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The Evolving Nature of the Firm – Enterprise Social Architectures

More and more enterprise focus is outside the bounded rationality of Coase’s transaction cost economics (TCE). The firms of the past were transactional by nature. Today, the firm is fast evolving to a interaction versus transaction model. This is called the knowledge-based view (KBV). The most valuable enterprise network structures are social. The network patterns…

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