In this tutorial I’ll show you the basics of developing a simple document management add-on for eXo Platform.
My app requirements are simple :
Drag-n-Drop files directly from your desktop to the app drop zone;Upload the files in eXo JCR;View the size of each doc;Thumbnail generation for images;Link to download each file using WebDAV;Public link to share the file to others;
What is document management?Often referred to as DMS (Document Management Systems) is the use of a computer system and software to store, manage and track ele (How to implement a document management solution http://t.co/XmDd89fS)...
That is how knowledge management has taken center stage in collecting bits and pieces of information relating to customers and competition in the market and synthesizing it into a ready-to-use information to face the ...
As editor of Daily Crowdsource, I do more than just write about crowdsourcing. I happen to think a lot about it as well! And, specifically, as a futurist, I think a lot about the future of crowdsourcing.
"So, we now have a new era emerging: The era of the knowledgeable networker. Knowledgeable networkers are very good at what they do, and at the same time, do not pretend to know it all.
They consider the entire puzzle, not just their own area of expertise. They’re integrative thinkers with broad interests and connections. They see how puzzle pieces fit together without needing to know everything about each piece – instead, they KNOW A LOT OF PEOPLE and HAVE A LOT OF INFORMATION SOURCES.
They have instant access to multiple knowledge workers via a phone call, email, Twitter post, or LinkedIn InMail. They can bring experts and expertise into a team, a department, or organization to fulfill a specific need or help seize an opportunity."
Nokia's IdeasProject features visionary and influential thought leaders on communications technology. In this clip, John Hagel of Deloitte's Center for the Edge explores how knowledge is distributed and dispersed throughout an organization, and asks: "How do we capture it, and make it available to others?"
With the rise of social business and platforms like IBM Connections, many companies are re-evaluating their document strategies. Ideals of employee-driven sharing, tagging and folksonomies are desired, but is all documentation really suited for the freedom of ?social?? Do some types require more structure, process and control? If so, how do you determine this and integrate it with your social ambitions? This session will cover the principles of document management and social file-sharing. You’ll learn how concepts like versioning, meta-data, retention, record and lifecycle management are important to you. We’ll show you how to identify key requirements for document management within your organization and teach you how to strategically plan your way forward.
jeroen thibaut's insight:
Nice presentation on document management challenges in a social age. Bit IBM-centered, but good ideas and clear slides
We are talking about networks of real people, not the tools used to visualize or increase textual/visual communication between these people. In Esko’s writings we can read that Social Networks are the key to creating value, what he calls “Interactive Value Creation”. Esko challenges us to understand that value is created in the interaction between the different people involved in the work. It is in this interaction that we see emerge the key property that drives the value generation in knowledge work: the connectedness of the people. Recognizing the need for this connectedness between people is the key contribution of the Social Network paradigm to the field knowledge work management. The property of Connectedness is a fundamental break from the old paradigms of management, and in this respect the Social Network Paradigm differs drastically from the old management paradigm. In the old management paradigm the goal was to reduce the connectedness between people down to the product of labor itself, down to the pin parts that made the final pin product, as Adam Smith famously put it.
jeroen thibaut's insight:
It would indeed be worth the effort to studie how big (& sometimes infamous) networks used social networking to grow.
Directions of the future of education and knowledge management. Current educational systems are based on the idea of a high degree of harmonization of the contents that are being taught and the degrees that are awarded ...
Sayonara Cubicles: The Knowledge Worker Revolution is Here Information Management The work these people perform is sometimes offered as an opposite to manual labor: non-repetitive work that involves a degree of problem solving.
In a product development organisation, the product development stream is easy to see, and easy to focus on ... However this delivery stream will not continue to deliver on time and to budget, without attention being paid to a second, parallel delivery stream - the knowledge development and delivery stream.
"Nearly half of all U.S. companies still ban workers from using social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn while on the job. However, the 100 Best Companies to Work For embrace social media, going so far as to allow their employees to represent their brand online, resolve customers issues, and create online content.
Even highly regulated organizations like Mayo Clinic, Deloitte and USAA are able to reap the benefits of social media while many of their peers are still fretting over IT challenges, security concerns and productivity loss. If your organization isn't using social media for employee communication, here are 10 reasons to reconsider:"
"Can the training department, or learning & development, directly contribute to innovation, or are they merely bystanders? Enabling the narration of work is one area where they can help.
When it comes down to it, much of learning is conversation. Organizational learning is no longer about courses, which are artifacts of a time when information was scarce and connections were few, because that era is over. Work narration already happens outside the organization, and it’s time to bring it inside."
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