Category: Communities of Practice

The Fuze Adoption Playbook: Analysis & Recommendations

The Fuze Adoption Playbook: Analysis and Recommendations Analysis Fuze recently launched what it calls The Adoption Playbook. Their Adoption Playbook (found here) covers the creation of a five-phase approach to adoption.  These phases include: Adoption game plan Internal launch campaign Engagement plan Go live support Ongoing nurture Fuze’s Adoption Playbook covers the basics, but it is.

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August – Management by Design Tip of the Month: Design for Collaboration

I have been thinking a lot about collaboration lately. Writing whitepapers, facilitating scenario planning sessions and running workshops. We still have a lot to learn about working collaboratively. Working together just happens most of the time. We don’t think about designing how we work, we just make the assumption that people know how to work.

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Curation Not The Future of The Net, Unless You pay

I was just referred to Tom Foremski’s Silicon Valley Watcher post on Curation and the Human Web… which argues that curating the content of the web will be a big topic in 2011. I don’t think so, at least not as it is characterized in the post. Curation is like knowledge management. If there is.

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Encouraging Communities of Practice

I was just reading a report out from Deloitte’s Stan Garfield on Communities of Practice (original post from the Darwin Discovery Engine Blog no longer available. Find KM-related posts form Stan at Medium).  Here are some thoughts on Stan’s 10 Principals. My comments are in grey. One – Communities should be independent of organizational structure..

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