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Must Read Report: The Internet’s Latest Disruption – Knowledge.

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Know or die: risk and opportunity of Knowledge 2.0


Via Guillaume Decugis
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I don't think knowledge is the disruptive factor rather the mechanisms, the speed, and the diversity of knowledge that can be acquired.

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Jordi Carrió Jamilà's curator insight, July 20, 2014 2:34 AM

Conocer o morir: riesgos y oportunidades del Conocimiento 2.0

Margaret Driscoll, Learning Organization Librarian's curator insight, July 22, 2014 11:08 AM
Guillaume Decugis's insight:

"Content curation is about sharing knowledge. By carefully selecting the right content and placing it in the right context, content curators transform information into knowledge. 

 

@Marc Rougier's post comes back on the results of our extensive survey on the status of knowledge sharing in the enterprise which measured how knowledge became a strategic asset for the enterprise - yet one that is largely underserved in terms of tools or platforms to manage its dissemination properly. 


"While there is consensus on the importance of sharing knowledge within organizations, current systems have not adapted to third-party content."


Here's how you can prepare your company to Knowledge 2.0."

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, October 7, 2014 4:17 AM
Must Read Report: The Internet’s Latest Disruption – Knowledge.
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Community Content: Primed for Improvement - Business 2 Community

Community Content: Primed for Improvement - Business 2 Community | social media | Scoop.it
Community Content: Primed for Improvement
Business 2 Community
Of the 90 established brand communities that we studied, a surprising 98% did not aggregate content from their own social channels into their community.
John Presutti's insight:

Brand owners have yet to fully embrace the concept of a community where members with shared goals and values (e.g. the brand) come together and "share" and "interact" within a common environment.  When this is fully embraced, the real power of a brand community is unleashed.

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Interesting Infographics: Read This If You Don’t Have A Digital Strategy

Interesting Infographics: Read This If You Don’t Have A Digital Strategy | social media | Scoop.it
As you’re already aware, it is crucial to have a marketing campaign that oversees various digital components. However, are other companies implementing a set digital strategy? And if they don’t h…

Via Thomas Faltin
John Presutti's insight:

I like the infographic, but quite frankly there is no such thing as a digital strategy.  There is just plain ol' strategy and digital is the space in which it must exist in today's world.  For example, can you really have a digital postal strategy, implying that you can choose not use email?

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What Leaders Can Learn from Narcissists, Manipulators and Psychopaths

What Leaders Can Learn from Narcissists, Manipulators and Psychopaths | social media | Scoop.it

Sometimes scientific research teaches us things we might not want to know. That happened when organizational psychologists studied West Point cadets to learn what personal qualities were most likely to predict success. The No. 1 answer? Narcissism.


Think Napoleon and Steve Jobs. Narcissists achieve amazing things, usually by putting their needs and desires ahead of everything and everyone else. They'll also go to great lengths to achieve their goals. Most important, they can be great at getting others on board as well.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, July 17, 2014 7:47 PM

Can dark qualities help you achieve professional success?

JeanGuillaume Pieyre's curator insight, July 18, 2014 10:11 AM

Interesting!

Ian Berry's curator insight, July 18, 2014 6:17 PM

As the Jungian psychologist Robert Johnson once observed "Gold is in the shadow."

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CEOs taking up digital strategy role but organisational challenges remain - CMO

CEOs taking up digital strategy role but organisational challenges remain - CMO | social media | Scoop.it
CMO CEOs taking up digital strategy role but organisational challenges remain CMO The annual McKinsey and Company report, based on a survey of 850 c-level executives globally in April and released earlier this month, found 61 per cent of CEOs are...

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But the key question is what do CEOs view as digital strategy? A FB or Twitter presence does not a digital strategy make. 

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Tweet-commerce: social media giants gear up for future of shopping - Siliconrepublic.com

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Facebook is testing a 'Buy' button that lets users buy products without leaving the social networking site's news feed.
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The ability to purchase directly from a social network is hugely important as it minimises behavioural disruption.  People are creatures of habit, resisting uncertainty.  Tools that minimise uncertainty (particularly that associated with behavioural change) will be adopted quickly.

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The Role of Mobile Phones in Survey Data Collection

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What role can mobile phones play in distributing a survey and collecting feedback and data from respondents? In particular, how can we use mobile technology to reach out to and engage individuals in developing countries that


Here are five findings on the ways mobile phones have been leveraged for distributing the My World 2015 survey:


1. About 20% of over 2 million votes have come in via mobile phones.


2. Over 70% of the mobile phone respondents live in developing countries. These participants came from nations that score low on the Human Development Index (versus 31% in the overall survey).


3. More men have responded via mobile than women. (at a rate of 2 male respondent for every one female), and respondents via mobile tend to prioritize better job opportunities at a slightly higher rate than the majority of respondents.


4. Mobile distribution benefited heavily from local and international partnerships and, as with the web, more immediate and centralized collection of the data was possible. In implementation, the mobile phone promotion and distribution of the survey differed slightly from the pen-and-paper and web distribution of the survey.


5. A survey is only as effective as its promotion and distribution. Local and international partnerships helped distribute the survey through targeted high tech, low tech and no tech campaigns. Promotion for all three of the survey distribution methods included integrated campaigns targeting specific national and regional audiences as well as ongoing global efforts to raise awareness and foster interest in the survey.


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John Presutti's insight:

Yes, while mobile phones offer interesting data collection possibilities, they are limited in  terms of the survey length and survey techniques (e.g. conjoint).  They will increasingly take their place as one effective tool for administering survey, but they will not be the end all.

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nrip's curator insight, July 18, 2014 3:15 AM

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nrip's curator insight, July 18, 2014 3:16 AM

If you are you looking for a Mobile/Tablet Surveying or Assessment Solution, Contact @nrip on Twitter to know more about ours. 

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Must Read Report: The Internet’s Latest Disruption – Knowledge.

Must Read Report: The Internet’s Latest Disruption – Knowledge. | social media | Scoop.it

Know or die: risk and opportunity of Knowledge 2.0


Via Guillaume Decugis
John Presutti's insight:

I don't think knowledge is the disruptive factor rather the mechanisms, the speed, and the diversity of knowledge that can be acquired.

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Jordi Carrió Jamilà's curator insight, July 20, 2014 2:34 AM

Conocer o morir: riesgos y oportunidades del Conocimiento 2.0

Margaret Driscoll, Learning Organization Librarian's curator insight, July 22, 2014 11:08 AM
Guillaume Decugis's insight:

"Content curation is about sharing knowledge. By carefully selecting the right content and placing it in the right context, content curators transform information into knowledge. 

 

@Marc Rougier's post comes back on the results of our extensive survey on the status of knowledge sharing in the enterprise which measured how knowledge became a strategic asset for the enterprise - yet one that is largely underserved in terms of tools or platforms to manage its dissemination properly. 


"While there is consensus on the importance of sharing knowledge within organizations, current systems have not adapted to third-party content."


Here's how you can prepare your company to Knowledge 2.0."

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, October 7, 2014 4:17 AM
Must Read Report: The Internet’s Latest Disruption – Knowledge.
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Sayonara, journalists. Pretty soon brands won't need you

Sayonara, journalists. Pretty soon brands won't need you | social media | Scoop.it

Journalists pay heed – your next career could be as managing editor of a brand’s community.


That’s right. Brands, which inspire everything from love to hate, inspire consumers to talk to them through the web’s multi-dimensional system, making the conversation – and not the advertising – the most important thing a brand must negotiate and nurture. Brands gather communities around them. And where there are communities, there is a need for truth. And truth makes the best stories.


The true storytellers need to live in brands, and they must practice the trade made special by journalism – telling the truth of your community, and helping them tell stories. And the people who perform that task best are truth seekers like journalists. Not message flackers.


Real journalism – not the tawdry Fox News type or the panic of a breaking news story involving a shooter, when CNN and its ilk, in a rush to be first, get more facts wrong than right – doesn’t shock or manipulate. Real journalism, as it has been practiced by some of the world’s best writers for centuries,...


Via Jeff Domansky
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The more brands integrate story telling into their relationships with their consumers, the more they learn about their consumers - the research function is at risk as well

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 28, 2013 10:20 AM

A good look at the real story of brand journalism in the future.