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Re: Microblogging in the Enterprise? #Yammer #ESN

Hodgson, David <david.hodgson@...>
 

 

We’re really interested in using Yammer and have a few people on it already.

 

BUT, it’s yet another user interface, another site, another URL for people to remember and interact with!

 

It’d be great if someone would reverse-engineer the core functionality into SharePoint so we can have micro-blogging functionality in the same collaboration system…

 

Cheers,

 

Dave.

 

 

--

Dave Hodgson

Global Head, Scientific Knowledge Exchange
Roche Palo Alto LLC

david.hodgson@...

 

 

From: sikmleaders@... [mailto:sikmleaders@...] On Behalf Of Lee Romero
Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2009 5:13 AM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: Re: [sikmleaders] Microblogging in the Enterprise?

 

 

We have experimented with Yammer and also SocialCast. So far, no
formal support, but they have both seen quite a bit of use.

A recent blog post of interest on this topic (from Ray Sims):
http://raymondsims.com/?p=114

Regards
Lee Romero


Re: Microblogging in the Enterprise? #Yammer #ESN

Bruce Richard
 

A friend of mine recently left a company and found a new job (imagine in this economy!) where his coworkers actually expect him to Twitter...especially his direct reports.

Unfortunately he is on a 4 week vacation (imagine that in this economy!) so it may awhile before I get any more specifics.

bruce richard

--- In sikmleaders@yahoogroups.com, "Arthur Shelley" <arthur@...> wrote:

Bill,



Stuart French here in Melbourne has done some great work with this as part
of his Masters of Knowledge research.

You can find Stuart at his excellent blog http://www.deltaknowledge.net/

Keith Delarue and Andrew Mitchell have also done a lot in this area, find
them through the Melbourne KM Leadership Forum and their respective on-line
presence. I think Keith may have also answered this as well directly.

Regards

Arthur Shelley
Author: The Organizational Zoo A Survival Guide to Workplace Behavior and
Being a Successful Knowledge Leader What knowledge practitioners need to
know to make a difference.
<http://www.organizationalzoo.com> www.organizationalzoo.com
Ph +61 413 047 408

_____

From: sikmleaders@yahoogroups.com [mailto:sikmleaders@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Bill Dixon
Sent: Saturday, 25 July 2009 2:36 PM
To: sikmleaders@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [sikmleaders] Microblogging in the Enterprise?





Does anyone have any direct experience with Microblogging (Twitter, Yammer,
etc) in a large enterprise? Internally at EY, we are exploring the
implementation of the corporate equivalent of Twitter. Any success stories
or lessons learned would be greatly appreciated.



Regards,



Bill Dixon



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Re: Microblogging in the Enterprise? #Yammer #ESN

Lee Romero
 

We have experimented with Yammer and also SocialCast. So far, no
formal support, but they have both seen quite a bit of use.

A recent blog post of interest on this topic (from Ray Sims):
http://raymondsims.com/?p=114

Regards
Lee Romero


Re: Microblogging in the Enterprise? #Yammer #ESN

Arthur Shelley
 

Bill,

 

Stuart French here in Melbourne has done some great work with this as part of his Masters of Knowledge research.

You can find Stuart at his excellent blog http://www.deltaknowledge.net/  

Keith Delarue and Andrew Mitchell have also done a lot in this area, find them through the Melbourne KM Leadership Forum and their respective on-line presence.  I think Keith may have also answered this as well directly.

Regards

Arthur Shelley
Author: The Organizational Zoo A Survival Guide to Workplace Behavior and
Being a Successful Knowledge Leader  What knowledge practitioners need to know to make a difference.
www.organizationalzoo.com
Ph +61 413 047 408


From: sikmleaders@... [mailto:sikmleaders@...] On Behalf Of Bill Dixon
Sent: Saturday, 25 July 2009 2:36 PM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: [sikmleaders] Microblogging in the Enterprise?

 

 

Does anyone have any direct experience with Microblogging (Twitter, Yammer, etc) in a large enterprise?  Internally at EY, we are exploring the implementation of the corporate equivalent of Twitter.  Any success stories or lessons learned would be greatly appreciated.

 

Regards,

 

Bill Dixon

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Re: Microblogging in the Enterprise? #Yammer #ESN

Carol H. Tucker
 

We use YAK and have found it a real time-saver when dealing with remote locations


On Sat, Jul 25, 2009 at 10:02 AM, John Hovell <jhovell@...> wrote:
 

Hi Bill -

We're using Yammer and an internal version of A-Space at ManTech International.  We also have a page on ManTechpedia that maintains a list of all the employees using Twitter (and their screen name, of course).  It has taken quite some time (from my early adopter perspective :)  ) to reach a tipping point, but we're getting to a point where the number of anecdotal successes seems to be growing.  As an recent example, we just had a new President/COO come on board and after his first 'all hands' (that physically happened at Corporate HQ) there was a flurry of conversation (on Yammer) around his vision, strategic direction(s), and the tactical approach - using Yammer was a great, informal way to quickly spread the message around the globe.

Thanks, hope that helps,
John

Director, Knowledge Management
ManTech International Corporation
Twitter/Delicious: klowey22

At 12:35 AM 7/25/2009, Bill Dixon wrote:
 

Does anyone have any direct experience with Microblogging (Twitter, Yammer, etc) in a large enterprise?  Internally at EY, we are exploring the implementation of the corporate equivalent of Twitter.  Any success stories or lessons learned would be greatly appreciated.

 

Regards,

 

Bill Dixon




--
Carol H. Tucker

"I believe that every human has a finite number of heart-beats. I don't intend to waste any of mine running around doing exercises."
 - Buzz Aldrin


Re: Microblogging in the Enterprise? #Yammer #ESN

Michael Fulton <cincibuckeyenut@...>
 

We have some folks that have used yammer and some using twitter but no formal efforts.  Yammer really went over well for a while, but I truly believe that to be successful in the enterprise, integrating microblogging with an enterprise 2.0 platform (like Facebook status feed externally) works much better.  Internally, we use Telligent Enterprise and the latest version of that (we aren't on it yet as it just came out a month ago), has that sort of integrated status feed.  I think we will get tremendous uptake in that once we migrate. 

Mike


--- On Sat, 7/25/09, John Hovell wrote:

From: John Hovell
Subject: Re: [sikmleaders] Microblogging in the Enterprise?
To: sikmleaders@...
Date: Saturday, July 25, 2009, 10:02 AM

 

Hi Bill -

We're using Yammer and an internal version of A-Space at ManTech International.  We also have a page on ManTechpedia that maintains a list of all the employees using Twitter (and their screen name, of course).  It has taken quite some time (from my early adopter perspective :)  ) to reach a tipping point, but we're getting to a point where the number of anecdotal successes seems to be growing.  As an recent example, we just had a new President/COO come on board and after his first 'all hands' (that physically happened at Corporate HQ) there was a flurry of conversation (on Yammer) around his vision, strategic direction(s) , and the tactical approach - using Yammer was a great, informal way to quickly spread the message around the globe.

Thanks, hope that helps,
John

Director, Knowledge Management
ManTech International Corporation
Twitter/Delicious: klowey22

At 12:35 AM 7/25/2009, Bill Dixon wrote:

 

Does anyone have any direct experience with Microblogging (Twitter, Yammer, etc) in a large enterprise?  Internally at EY, we are exploring the implementation of the corporate equivalent of Twitter.  Any success stories or lessons learned would be greatly appreciated.

 

Regards,

 

Bill Dixon



Re: Microblogging in the Enterprise? #Yammer #ESN

John Hovell <jhovell@...>
 

Hi Bill -

We're using Yammer and an internal version of A-Space at ManTech International.  We also have a page on ManTechpedia that maintains a list of all the employees using Twitter (and their screen name, of course).  It has taken quite some time (from my early adopter perspective :)  ) to reach a tipping point, but we're getting to a point where the number of anecdotal successes seems to be growing.  As an recent example, we just had a new President/COO come on board and after his first 'all hands' (that physically happened at Corporate HQ) there was a flurry of conversation (on Yammer) around his vision, strategic direction(s), and the tactical approach - using Yammer was a great, informal way to quickly spread the message around the globe.

Thanks, hope that helps,
John

Director, Knowledge Management
ManTech International Corporation
Twitter/Delicious: klowey22


At 12:35 AM 7/25/2009, Bill Dixon wrote:
 

Does anyone have any direct experience with Microblogging (Twitter, Yammer, etc) in a large enterprise?  Internally at EY, we are exploring the implementation of the corporate equivalent of Twitter.  Any success stories or lessons learned would be greatly appreciated.

 

Regards,

 

Bill Dixon


Microblogging in the Enterprise? #Yammer #ESN

Bill Dixon
 

Does anyone have any direct experience with Microblogging (Twitter, Yammer, etc) in a large enterprise?  Internally at EY, we are exploring the implementation of the corporate equivalent of Twitter.  Any success stories or lessons learned would be greatly appreciated.

 

Regards,

 

Bill Dixon


July 2009 SIKM Call: Steve Wieneke - Understanding our Hidden Diversity #monthly-call

Stan Garfield
 
Edited

Yesterday we held our 50th call.  Steve Wieneke presented on Understanding our Hidden Diversity. Here are Steve's slides.

 

Thanks to Steve for being the first member of SIKM Leaders to present for the third time.

Future Call Schedule

2009-08-18  Andrew Gent Sustainable KM  
2009-09-15 Nancy Settle-Murphy  Planning & Running Effective Remote Meetings  
2009-10-20 Lee Romero Communities and Community Metrics  
2009-11-17 Matt Moore Using Expertise  
2009-12-15 Rick Wallace KM, Organizational Learning, and Innovation  
2010-01-19 Steve Denning High-Performance Teams  
2010-02-16 Chris Johannessen KT: What KM and IT Have Become

 


July 2009 SIKM Call: Steve Wieneke - Understanding our Hidden Diversity #monthly-call

Stan Garfield
 

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July 21, 2009: Steve Wieneke - Understanding our Hidden Diversity

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Re: Study of perceptions of expertise #expertise #research

Patrick Lambe
 

Many thanks to those of you who have taken our expertise survey... we are starting to see some interesting trends (though too early to draw firm conclusions). For example, at the moment it looks like gaining access to expertise in the organisation, or building experience and expertise in staff are more critical issues for respondents than knowledge retention and knowledge loss through restructuring or retirement.

It's still a small sample, at 70 respondents, so those of you haven't yet taken it who are interested in how expertise can be better managed, do take a few minutes to complete the survey at  http://tinyurl.com/expertisesurvey - when you finish the survey you will see a summary of the results so far, and the results URL will be constant so you can go back and visit any time before we close the survey and publish the results (copies will be sent to respondents).

You are also encouraged to contribute your own examples and stories at the project blog http://usingexpertise.blogspot.com

Thanks again!

Patrick

Patrick Lambe


Have you seen our KM Method Cards?   http://www.straitsknowledge.com/store/



On Jun 15, 2009, at 10:13 AM, Patrick Lambe wrote:



Hi folks... apologies to those of you also on the actkm list for cross- 
posting!!

Matt Moore and I have been working on an open research project to see 
if we can get some better insights into how expertise gets valued and 
leveraged in organisations. "Open" means all our data (anonymised) is 
published as we gather it, and we will make the final results 
available to the KM community for free. Links to the material 
collected so far given below.

Our first stage was narrative collection, and we've collected almost 
200 stories from many organisations and countries, posted on the 
project blog at http://usingexpertise.blogspot.com (we're still 
collecting so do visit the site, add your own stories or comment on 
others').

Since February we've been running sensemaking workshops on this 
narrative material to develop archetypes and theme statements. This 
material is being posted as we process it, on our project wiki at http://usingexpertise.wikispaces.com 
- these workshops are still continuing, and if you'd like to host 
one get in touch with me or Matt (innotecture@gmail.com).

This process has started to throw up some interesting insights which 
we now want to test in a formal larger scale survey, and we'd be very 
grateful if you could help us by completing this at http://tinyurl.com/expertisesurvey 
- in line with all our activities, you will be able to see the 
results so far as soon as you have taken the survey, and if you 
bookmark the results page you will be able to revisit it as the survey 
grows.

This project will run into 2010, and at some stage when we have enough 
coverage from the sensemaking workshops, I'm hoping we will be able to 
move this material into Dave Snowden's Sensemaker software for ongoing 
public access and research (thanks to Dave for the offer). At that 
point we will be starting to look at developing practical strategies 
to improve the way experience and expertise are
managed in organisations.



Re: Knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences #conferences #tools #knowledge-capture

Valdis Krebs <valdis@...>
 

Flips are great!!! Costco has them at a really good price, normal or HD. Surprised at the excellent audio quality...

Valdis Krebs
http://orgnet.com
http://thenetworkthinker.com

On Jul 16, 2009, at 12:21 PM, John D. Smith wrote:

four cheap Flip cameras and lends them to people who then other people in a conference.


Re: Knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences #conferences #tools #knowledge-capture

John D. Smith <john.smith@...>
 

 
There is a cluster of practices being tagged as "socialreporting" that have a lot of potential for adding to and reshaping conferences.
 
 
An interesting story about the democratization of video.  I asked my friend Beverly Trayner what video camera I should buy.  She replied that instead of having a fancy one, she shows up with four cheap Flip cameras and lends them to people who then other people in a conference.  The trick for a big conference is to get the interviews posted really fast so that people can follow up face-to-face during the conference.
 
John
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* John D. Smith ~ Voice: 503.963.8229 ~ Skype & Twitter: smithjd
* Portland, Oregon, USA  http://www.learningAlliances.net
* “Can't ask newspapers to invent craigslist...” Clay Shirky
 
 


Re: Knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences #conferences #tools #knowledge-capture

Randy Adkins
 

We have used Captivate software to capture both the presentation slides and audio including questions and answers at some of our conferences.  That content was then placed on the web on our CoP for access by members to listen to the audio along with the slides.  We found it very successful because the audio provides the rich discussion that takes place during the presentation.  We went back even a year later to harvest some of the content for other purposes and having the audio along with the slides was essential. 
 
Randy Adkins


From: mzaharee
To: sikmleaders@...
Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 10:55:50 AM
Subject: [sikmleaders] knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences

I'm conducting a quick look assessment to determine what collaborative tools can be used to improve both the knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences/ meetings/ corporate events, etc. Is anyone familiar with any recent studies on web 2.0 tool usage trends in these settings? Would you mind sharing what best practices exist in your own companies.



Re: Knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences #conferences #tools #knowledge-capture

Keith De La Rue
 

You asked about:

"… collaborative tools … to improve both the knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences / meetings / corporate events, etc."

There has been a fair bit written about the use of Twitter for this purpose recently.  I have blogged about this - including links to some fairly detailed blog posts elsewhere - here:

http://delarue.net/blog/2009/06/twitter-and-openness/

Regards,
 
 - Keith.
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Keith De La Rue
AcKnowledge Consulting
...acting on knowledge, communication and learning
email:
keith@...
phone: +61 418 51 7676

blog: http://acknowledgeconsulting.com/
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Re: Knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences #conferences #tools #knowledge-capture

Larry Hawes
 

--- In sikmleaders@yahoogroups.com, "mzaharee" <mzaharee@...> wrote:

I'm conducting a quick look assessment to determine what collaborative tools can be used to improve both the knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences/meetings/corporate events, etc. Is anyone familiar with any recent studies on web 2.0 tool usage trends in these settings? Would you mind sharing what best practices exist in your own companies.
At most technology-themed conferences, numerous attendees use Twitter to capture and immediately disseminate key points the speaker or panel is making. Nearly all conferences define and publicize hashtags (i.e. #e2conf at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference held last month in Boston) that attendees can include in their tweets, so they may be grouped into a common index for both realtime and post-event retrieval. Some conferences have gone so far as to assign a specific, distinct hashtag to each session.

The same method could be used for any private meeting as well. The largest challenge is that Twitter does not retain tweets containing hashtags for more than 3 months, and often less. Individuals seeking to mine older tweets would have to rely on a second service, such as FriendFeed, that aggregates information from multiple services and archives it indefinitely (making it available for query much later.)

I hope this helps!

Larry


Re: Knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences #conferences #tools #knowledge-capture

Nancy Dixon
 

Matt, I agree with you. For large conferences, not just meetings - its a design issue.  In a recent blog  http://www.nancydixonblog.com/2009/07/a-km-strategy-built-on-the-collective-knowledge-of-ecopetrol.html  I describe a meeting at Ecopetrol that was designed for collective learning.  In this meeting both the big ideas and decisions were preserved. 

Nancy

Nancy M, Dixon
Common Knowledge Associates
202 277 5839   NEW PHONE NUMBER as of Aug 28,  512 694 6605

now blogging at www.nancydixonblog.com



On Jul 15, 2009, at 6:35 PM, Matt Moore wrote:


Hello,

I think there's a big design issue here. It's not just about using video or Twitter, it's about how we design our conferences as 1. learning & exchange spaces in their own right & 2. integrated into everything else that we do.

As Tom has put very well, simply "capturing" stuff as text or graphics or audio or video is all very well but will people go back and use it?

My experience has been decided mixed in this area. If the talks are on a topic that engages a large proportion of the audience and presented excellently then yes - just look at the TED site. But few events come close to the standards of TED.

When we recorded the monthly presentations to the national learning communities at gov agency and made them available on the intranet as streaming video we got a little take up but nowhere near as much as the live video conferenced events (I don't think it helped that the videos were 45 mins plus with poor browsing functionality).

The NSW KM Forum recently ran a session on the future of conferences:http://nswkmforum.wordpress.com/2009/05/04/future-of-conferences-redux/

And Australia's ABC Radio National did a programme on the same topic where I was a panellist: http://www.abc.net.au/rn/futuretense/stories/2009/2564798.htm

Cheers,

Matt

--- On Wed, 7/15/09, mzaharee org> wrote:

From: mzaharee org>
Subject: [sikmleaders] knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences
To: sikmleaders@yahoogroups.com
Date: Wednesday, July 15, 2009, 3:55 PM

I'm conducting a quick look assessment to determine what collaborative tools can be used to improve both the knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences/ meetings/ corporate events, etc. Is anyone familiar with any recent studies on web 2.0 tool usage trends in these settings? Would you mind sharing what best practices exist in your own companies.











Re: Knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences #conferences #tools #knowledge-capture

Nancy Dixon
 

Marcie,
I have used  Issue Mapping and Dialogue http://www.cognexus.org/issue_mapping_webinar_series.htm . It takes a skilled person to create the map, but it's a great way to see the relationship between issues and to be able to  attach documents and notes.  Jeff Conklin has some research - here is one http://www.cognexus.org/ConklinCaseStudyChapter.pdf  - but more on his site.  There is also a youtube video that explains Issue Mapping. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxS5wUljfjE 

Nancy

Nancy M, Dixon
Common Knowledge Associates
202 277 5839   NEW PHONE NUMBER as of Aug 28,  512 694 6605

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On Jul 15, 2009, at 9:55 AM, mzaharee wrote:



I'm conducting a quick look assessment to determine what collaborative tools can be used to improve both the knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences/meetings/corporate events, etc. Is anyone familiar with any recent studies on web 2.0 tool usage trends in these settings? Would you mind sharing what best practices exist in your own companies.









Re: Knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences #conferences #tools #knowledge-capture

Matt Moore <laalgadger@...>
 

Hello,

I think there's a big design issue here. It's not just about using video or Twitter, it's about how we design our conferences as 1. learning & exchange spaces in their own right & 2. integrated into everything else that we do.

As Tom has put very well, simply "capturing" stuff as text or graphics or audio or video is all very well but will people go back and use it?

My experience has been decided mixed in this area. If the talks are on a topic that engages a large proportion of the audience and presented excellently then yes - just look at the TED site. But few events come close to the standards of TED.

When we recorded the monthly presentations to the national learning communities at gov agency and made them available on the intranet as streaming video we got a little take up but nowhere near as much as the live video conferenced events (I don't think it helped that the videos were 45 mins plus with poor browsing functionality).

The NSW KM Forum recently ran a session on the future of conferences: http://nswkmforum.wordpress.com/2009/05/04/future-of-conferences-redux/

And Australia's ABC Radio National did a programme on the same topic where I was a panellist: http://www.abc.net.au/rn/futuretense/stories/2009/2564798.htm

Cheers,

Matt


--- On Wed, 7/15/09, mzaharee wrote:

From: mzaharee
Subject: [sikmleaders] knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences
To: sikmleaders@...
Date: Wednesday, July 15, 2009, 3:55 PM

I'm conducting a quick look assessment to determine what collaborative tools can be used to improve both the knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences/ meetings/ corporate events, etc. Is anyone familiar with any recent studies on web 2.0 tool usage trends in these settings? Would you mind sharing what best practices exist in your own companies.



Re: Knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences #conferences #tools #knowledge-capture

Tom Short <tman9999@...>
 

Apart from publishing a collection of the presentation decks that were presented, not sure what you had in mind.

Even then I have found very little residual value in the various binders full of powerpoint slides that I've collected - I have probably referred back to less than 1% of all slides amassed in binders over the years.

What knowledge are you thinking should be captured? Capture, imho, is for the most part a useless exercise. By analogy, have you ever tried to type up the notes that were put up on a whiteboard, along with any diagrams? How much residual use are those notes? How much use are they to someone who wasn't even in the room? Point is, any true "knowledge" that was generated during a conference was probably highly contextual, and sticky - the people who gave rise to it are probably the only ones who will have it a year from now, despite their efforts to capture or transmit it.

Just a thought.

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