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How to set up an online community?

How to set up an online community? View more presentations from Atle Skjekkeland #socialnetworking #communitymanagement

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Open Source Communities as Social Business in Action

Transparent and collaborative work Engaging distributed teams across geographies and timezones Celebration of contribution regardless of title or background Innovative use of online technologies to communicate and share content Rules of engagement and moderation Peer to peer help, mentoring, knowledge management and preservation of corporate memory While most readers of the AIIM Expert blogs are not programmers, there is value in digging into how open and collaborative software development projects work

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If You Want a Culture of Collaboration, You Need to Accept the LOLCats Too

This post originally appeared on my blog, "Social Media Strategery." "Even with the sacred printing press, we got erotic novels 150 years before we got scientific journals." - Clay Shirky at TED Cannes in June 2010 This is one of my favorite quotes...

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SharePoint is moving from little g to Big G

SCM Supply Chain Management For example - IBM, Infor, Sage and again SAP and Oracle. PLM Product Lifecycle Management For example - Siemens, PTC and again SAP and Oracle. CRM Customer Relationship Management For example - salesforce.com, Microsoft Dynamics, and again SAP and Oracle. ECM Enterprise Content Management For example - Documentum, FileNet (IBM), OpenText, Microsoft SharePoint, HP, Oracle and numerous smaller players that have created niche solutions

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Make It Work: One Key to Enterprise 2.0 Adoption

I was looking over the list of sessions for the upcoming Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara, CA (November 8-11, 2010) and I came across the Community Development and Management session track

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Enterprise 2.0 Failure: My Story

I called them that because within our employee population we had, at the time, 6 main professional competencies: Project Management, Business Intelligence, Content Management, Web Development, Marketing Management and Operations Support

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Enterprise 2.0 Strategy: Build Relationships First, Build Technology Later

As a case in point, I am starting a series of subject matter expert (SME) panels within our company to build a bridge between our field employees – the subject matter experts doing the work – and management, marketing and sales – the groups that need to represent to the market the work being done

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