On Thursday, Feb. 27, my class of graduate students from the Master of Science in Learning & Organizational Change program at Northwestern University organized a Twitter chat to explore the following: What tactics have proved effective in seeding the adoption of social collaboration technology, considering the variety of organizational and work contexts out there? The … Continue reading Let the dinosaurs die and the lurkers lurk. Insights on seeding adoption of enterprise social networks.
The course I am teaching this quarter (and next) for the Masters Program in Learning and Organizational Change at Northwestern University uses Enterprise 2.0/social business as a way to understand the role that technology plays in sharing and creating knowledge within organizations. As we look at a variety of organizational cultures, business challenges and domains … Continue reading How do you seed adoption of Enterprise 2.0/social business? #msloc430 Twitter Chat Feb. 27 8 pm CT
The following are three posts from students in my MSLOC 430 course. I've clipped the first paragraph or two; click on the links to read the full posts. Knowledge management and nonprofits, what’s the link? | simpler ideas for a better life tags: msloc430blogs This quarter, I’m taking a class on knowledge management. As part … Continue reading MSLOC430 Bloggers 01/28/2014