Sharing is now                      cutting-edge in business.shares!                      It is the seed to success.      ...
Share=tell otherswhat youknow.
Share=tell otherswhat youknow. The more      you share your ideas,  the more your reputation     as an expert will grow.
Develop aculture ofsharing
Develop a         culture of         sharing At the workplace, there should be no such thing as “my documents.” Only the i...
No oneknowseverything
Multiple viewpoints           are needed   to create progress         and discover           new things.No oneknowseveryth...
In sharing,everybodywins!
In sharing,          everybody          wins!                  When you share something,       others become aware of your...
Sharingmakes youhappier
According to a report by Co-operatives  UK, “Great Sharing Economy,” eight     out of ten people say that sharing         ...
Openscience    now!
What if scientists               could share their data                      as easily as they            tweet about thei...
Embracesharing
In the 17th and 18th centuries,                    it came to be expected                    that scientists publish      ...
Top sharing &learning tools
Top sharing &learning tools          The Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies             listed the 2011 top to...
The Mesh:                          Why the FutureRead                              of Business                            ...
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Sharing is caring. We filled the toolbox with tips on how to increase your own know-how and your company's success by sharing what you know.

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  1. 1. Sharing is now cutting-edge in business.shares! It is the seed to success. You are what you share, so start sharing!TEXT: SATU RÄMÖ You can use Toolbox materials at work or when giving a presentation, link them to your blog or forward the entire Toolbox to your colleagues. The background ideas are available in a variety of web sources.
  2. 2. Share=tell otherswhat youknow.
  3. 3. Share=tell otherswhat youknow. The more you share your ideas, the more your reputation as an expert will grow.
  4. 4. Develop aculture ofsharing
  5. 5. Develop a culture of sharing At the workplace, there should be no such thing as “my documents.” Only the information which must be kept classified for legal reasons shouldremain as such. All other information should be shared. Tuomo Peltola, senior consultant at Digia Plc
  6. 6. No oneknowseverything
  7. 7. Multiple viewpoints are needed to create progress and discover new things.No oneknowseverything
  8. 8. In sharing,everybodywins!
  9. 9. In sharing, everybody wins! When you share something, others become aware of your expertise. At the same time, your knowledge increasesand you receive fresh viewpoints, thus further improving your know-how on the subject. Tuomo Peltola, senior consultant at Digia Plc
  10. 10. Sharingmakes youhappier
  11. 11. According to a report by Co-operatives UK, “Great Sharing Economy,” eight out of ten people say that sharing makes them happy. Sharing makes you happier
  12. 12. Openscience now!
  13. 13. What if scientists could share their data as easily as they tweet about their lunch? A physicist-turned-writer Michael Nielsen asks scientists to embrace new tools of collaboration that will enable discoveries to happen at the speed of Twitter. Openscience now!
  14. 14. Embracesharing
  15. 15. In the 17th and 18th centuries, it came to be expected that scientists publish their findings in a journal. Now, we need a second open-science revolution whereEmbrace online communication and collaboration toolssharing will revolutionize the way scientific discoveries are made. “Embrace new kinds of sharing that lead to new methods of problem-solving and acceleration in the entire process of science across the board. Re-invent the discovery itself.” Physicist-turned-writer Michael Nielsen
  16. 16. Top sharing &learning tools
  17. 17. Top sharing &learning tools The Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies listed the 2011 top tools for learning - and sharing. Twitter.com. Micro-sharing site YouTube.com. Video-sharing toolDocs.google.com. Create and share your work online Skype.com. Chat messaging/VoIP tool Wordpress.org. Blogging tool Dropbox.com. File-synching software Prezi.com. Presentation software Moodle.com. Course management system Slideshare.net. Presentation sharing site Edu.glogster.com. Interactive poster tool
  18. 18. The Mesh: Why the FutureRead of Business is Sharing by Lisa Gansky more tells you how companies can profit while customer buy less - but use more. What’s Mine Is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption is Changing the Way We Live by Rachel Botsman and Roo Rogers describes how technology enables the exchange of all kinds of assets - from money to cars, to skills and paraphernalia - on a scale never before possible.
  19. 19. magazine 1/2012to read the whole magazine for free click here
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