Mining for Knowledge

In my doctoral research, I’ve been researching ways to improve knowledge capture and sharing methods, specifically within project teams but the ideas can be dissemenated around the organization. One of the biggest issues I’ve found while working as a consultant is the amount of knowledge that I walk away with after a project is complete. … Read more

Book Review: Andrew McAfee’s Enterprise 2.0

Just finished reading Enterprise 2.0: New Collaborative Tools for Your Organization’s Toughest Challenges My review in two words: Excellent book! Whether you are an expert in the Enterprise 2.0 world or just a beginner, this book has something for you. Whether you believe in Enterprise 2.0 or not, this book has some excellent concepts that … Read more

Links for Aug 23, 2009

How to SWOT away Strategic Planning by Steve Neiderhauser The Role of the CTO: Four Models for Success by Bob Gourley on CTOvision.com A Tendency to Blame and an Inability to Confront by Charles H. Green on Trust Matters blog Enterprise 2.0 Does Not Necessarily Mean Power To The People by G. Oliver Young on … Read more

Links for June 21 2009

Lots of great stuff out there this past week…can’t share it all but will share some.  If you want to track all my shared stories from my google reader Shared Items feed. It’s Simple, Fix the Problem by Valeria Maltoni on Conversation Agent Become a More Creative Leader — Think Small by Stew Friedman on … Read more

Most Commented Articles for 2008

I recently installed IntenseDebate on my blog and started playing around with the tools available to me.  I noticed that I can easily stats of posts and comments…something I hadn’t really looked at before. What are my most commented posts from 2008?  See below. Blu Domain: Poor Service Defined – 54 comments Better to be … Read more

Mike Schaffner on Web 2.0 & IT

Mike has a great post (that also mentions me…shameless plug?) titled Selling Web 2.0 to IT (also on Forbes here) that expands on a previous post of mine and conversation that Mike & I had. As always, Mike has some great insight…..and really simplified the issue when he writes: At its heart, Web 2.0 requires … Read more