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The Future of KM
Accelerating innovation in the enterprise
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IBM What is big data? - Bringing big data to the enterprise

IBM What is big data? - Bringing big data to the enterprise | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
Everyday, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data–so much that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone.

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What is big data?

Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data — so much that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. This data comes from everywhere: sensors used to gather climate information, posts to social media sites, digital pictures and videos, purchase transaction records, and cell phone GPS signals to name a few. This data is big data.

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Where Next For Social Media

Where Next For Social Media | The Future of KM | Scoop.it

A look at some of the current and emerging trends around social media, social networks and collaborative technology. We’ve transitioned from the industrial paradigms of the 20th century to a new age full of opportunities for shared knowledge and learning. But it’s an increasingly complex world and we need to be able to adapt and change if we are to make the most of our opportunities.

 

Technology is no longer something to be feared or avoided – it’s part and parcel of how we live our lives in the 21st century, and it provides us with unprecedented opportunities to understand the world in which we live, and to tap into the collective wisdom of our fellow human beings. It's good to be alive!


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The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge

The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
"The real enemy is the man who tries to mold the human spirit so that it will not dare to spread its wings." In an age obsessed with prac...
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Social media: Have social media hurt communication in the workplace?

"We can email, we can text, we can Facebook, we can tweet.But can we talk? Not so much, or so well, as we did not so long ago.To rework a famous movie line from pre-digital times: What we've got here..."

 

Young folks have few customer service skills. Social media is blamed as part of the problem.


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Collaboration for SMEs: Is the physical office still relevant?

Collaboration for SMEs: Is the physical office still relevant? | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
The virtual office can be a big boon to your business. Find out what benefits you can gain by working without a fixed physical location. By the myBusiness techblog team The Cambridge University Press[1] defines a virtual ...
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The office is shrinking as tech creates workplace everywhere

The office is shrinking as tech creates workplace everywhere | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
New work culture, technology and green movement are shrinking office space. More people work from home and fewer want private offices.
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Social Media Revolution 3 (4:15 version via Erik Qualman)

http://www.socialnomics.net/ Based on #1 International Best Selling Socialnomics by Erik Qualman this is the latest in the most watch social media series in ...
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Knowledge Management is Not Mere Dissemination | Exploring the interactions among public opinion, governance, and the public sphere

Knowledge Management is Not Mere Dissemination | Exploring the interactions among public opinion, governance, and the public sphere | The Future of KM | Scoop.it

A thoughtful article and highlights that KM is not mere dissemination as we not only need to capture knowledge we need to apply it and that takes change management and we need to curate and package the knowledge that people can use it within their flow of work.


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Enterprise gamification: Will it drive better business performance? | ZDNet

Enterprise gamification: Will it drive better business performance? | ZDNet | The Future of KM | Scoop.it

Concepts from the gaming industry have become increasingly useful as a way of improving and optimizing how we get work accomplished for our businesses. While many in the enterprise world may not be ready to adopt these ideas yet, gamification increasingly looks to be an effective set of techniques that now has an entire cottage industry forming to make it easier to achieve results.


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Why Gamification is the exact opposite of what you think it is.

Why Gamification is the exact opposite of what you think it is. | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
It’s an understandable perception: you hear the word gamification, and when pronounced correctly [gay-muh-fi-kay-shuhn], the word “game” slaps you right in the face. It must be about making games and playing and having fun, right?

Wrong. In fact, it’s the exact opposite.

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The End of Business As Usual from Brian Solis

Which companies need to #AdaptOrDie in 2012? http://www.endofbusiness.com/ ;

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Why A Community Manager Is The New Enterprise Rockstar

Why A Community Manager Is The New Enterprise Rockstar | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
Building a business or and organization today, is somewhat different from building a business 10 years ago. Let’s say 5 years ago, since that’s probably would be more to the point of what i’m...
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Virtual Teams Can Outperform Traditional Teams

Virtual Teams Can Outperform Traditional Teams | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
When I visit companies, it's one of the most frequent complaints I hear: "I'm working on a project with people I've never met." Or: "This virtual team I'm on is a disaster — nobody really knows what the other is doing." Many of us have found...
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Email Takes Up 28% of Workers' Time

Email Takes Up 28% of Workers' Time | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
More than a quarter of the average worker's day is spent answering and reading emails, according to a new survey.
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Conceptboard – Online Whiteboard for Visual Collaboration

Conceptboard – Online Whiteboard for Visual Collaboration | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
Conceptboard is the online whiteboard app for your project: Visual team collaboration on ideas, drafts and documents simultaneously on your browser, tablet and interactive whiteboard.
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The Fallacy of Social Networking

The Fallacy of Social Networking | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
Mind you, the following blog entry is not meant to be negative around the world of social computing and social networking for business (#socbiz), since both my enthusiasm and social evangelism efforts are still intact, just as ...
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Why We Stop Learning: The Paradox of Expertise

Why We Stop Learning: The Paradox of Expertise | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
How to keep learning when people think you know it all.
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The Hierarchy of Innovation

The Hierarchy of Innovation | The Future of KM | Scoop.it

Men reached the moon in July 1969, and Woodstock began three weeks later. With the benefit of hindsight, we can see that this was when the hippies took over the country, and when the true cultural war over Progress was lost.

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Hiring for your remote team? Don't skip these interview questions

Hiring for your remote team? Don't skip these interview questions | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
As a manager you may be willing to hire the best talent no matter where they're located, but how do you go about determining if a candidate is excellent not only at their job but also at working remotely?
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Five Future Technologies That Will Shape Our Classrooms

Five Future Technologies That Will Shape Our Classrooms | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
Teleporting, flying cars and Back To The Future style hover-boards. These have all been promised to us within the next few years, but there is little hope of seeing them any time soon. These far-fetched technologies fill us with excitement about what the future may hold, inspiring generations of dreamers to learn math, science and engineering.

 

But what about the technologies that will help these aspiring inventors, scientists and engineers learn? What does the future hold for our classrooms, and what kinds of technologies will shape the minds of our children's children?

 

Here are five future technologies that will completely change the learning space and revolutionize the techniques we use within it.

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How Should A Company Respond To Negative Social Media and Blog Comments?

How Should A Company Respond To Negative Social Media and Blog Comments? | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
How Should A Company Respond To Negative Social Media and Blog Comments? By Steve Farnsworth @Steveology When someone starts to criticize your company or latest business move online, what can you d...
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Unlimited Vacation Doesn't Create Slackers--It Ensures Productivity

Unlimited Vacation Doesn't Create Slackers--It Ensures Productivity | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
By tossing the two-week standard in favor of an honor system with unlimited time off, some companies are seeing an exponential rise in productivity. Now, they just have to be mindful of staff burnout.
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Managers Need to Up Their Game with Social Media

Managers Need to Up Their Game with Social Media | The Future of KM | Scoop.it
Using social media to accomplish a meaningful purpose involves more than providing new technology and praying for success. Successful mass collaboration places new requirements on an organization, particularly its managers.
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