Not so fast. I often times get caught up in what I know about social networking and information management - the curse of knowledge. I assume that most people are familiar with the ideas of social information management. They aren't.
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Business Technology Trends to Watch
admin Tue, 12/25/2007 - 09:44
"Eight business technology trends to watch", from Mckinsey Quarterly
Eight emerging trends are transforming many markets and businesses. Executives should learn to shape the outcome rather than just react to it.
1. Distributing cocreation
The Internet and related technologies give companies radical new ways to harvest the talents of innovators working outside corporate boundaries.
I've been using del.icio.us for the last three years as my primary search tool. Google/Yahool are great for the generic stuff but for the meaningful stuff I use del.icio.us. Why? Easy, most of the bookmarks to web pages are intelligently filtered, noted, and tagged.
Hey, would you put crappy music on your ipod?
This is the what and how of social information management
YouTube: Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Us/ing Us via Digital Ethnography @ Kansas University
We can all act on our imaginations farther, faster, deeper and cheaper than ever before.
In the workplace, leveraging information in new ways improves decision making, customer service, and how people get work done. Business managers, team leaders, and customer facing employees will be amazed with the power and flexibility of social networking software.
I've gathered together a few posts about enterprise social networking software applications.
Posted by Dion Hinchcliffe - ZDNET
To be clear in a complex world, the rational linear communicator is forced to either ridiculously oversimplify a situation or disappear into mumbo-jumbo bizspeak.
The reason org charts change so quickly is that linear representations of reality are at best temporary-and at worst, pure nonsense. Reality in the information age is nonlinear. Actually, reality has always been nonlinear but things used to move slowly enough that we could pretend like we lived in a linear and predictable world.