Dare to Share – A New Culture of Collaboration in the Enterprise

Dare to Share – A New Culture of Collaboration in the Enterprise.

The Wikipedia Myth – Enterprise 2.0 Knowledge Management

The Wikipedia Myth – Enterprise 2.0 Knowledge Management from T-Systems Multimedia Solutions.

Adaptive Knowledge Architectures

Adaptive Knowledge Architectures from Andrew Gent. On a related note, see also his slides on Sustainable Knowledge Management.

Research Project Impact – SharePoint & Co.

http://www.slideshare.net/hainst/forschungsprojekt-impact-sharepoint-co

A SharePoint research project from Stefanie Hain.

The HP Watercooler – Revealing the long tail in office conversations

The HP Watercooler – Revealing the long tail in office conversations

Design and use of the internal social media platforms at Hewlett-Packard and the ways that employees use these tools, based on research done with HP Watercooler, the internal social media portal.

Knowledge leverage and information creation in the enterprise

Knowledge leverage and information creation in the enterprise

A quick and precise explanation of Knowledge Management and which theories are applicable in the real world. Focuses on Nonaka’s distinction between tacit and explicit knowledge.

Miscellaneous Links For 2009-07-11

Miscellaneous Links For 2009-07-11:

If you can handle some academical ranting, this quite long article deals with the vagueness that is inherent in Knowledge Management theory and practices:

Finally, these bookmarklets make web browsing much, much easier:

Enterprise 2.0 Links for 2009-06-30

Enterprise 2.0 Links for 2009-06-30, dealing more or less with adoption issues:

These two links are also noteworthy regarding the debate about Enterprise 2.0 ROI:

On a related note, two more scholarly insights:

Links for 2009-06-04

Links for today:

Links For Today: Internal Blogs, Knowledge Transfer

  • Using Internal Blogs to Heighten Communications and Knowledge Management [Link]
  • Ten Widely-Used Knowledge-Transfer Methods in Large Companies [Link]