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    • Social Tools & Knowledge Sharing Dave Pollard KMWorld & Intranets 2007 Session A105 [email_address] howtosavetheworld.ca
    • The Value Propositions for KM
      • Improve work productivity
      • Improve decision making
      • Increase capacities
      • Increase understanding of risk
      • Improve connectivity, collaboration and knowledge transfer (strengthen relationships)
      • Improve innovation
    • Social Networking Tools: Types
      • People-Connectors (find and strengthen relationships)
      • Social Publishing & Info-Sharing (publish, subscribe, discuss and link to what you know)
      • Collaboration & Communication (connect and work together more powerfully)
      • SNA/Sensor/GIS Mashups (use GIS or sensing technology to expand the functionality of any of the above)
    • People Connectors
      • People-Finders (LinkedIn)
      • Social Network Mappers (InFlow)
      • Proximity Locators (DodgeBall)
      • Affinity Detectors (NTag)
    • LinkedIn
    • InFlow (orgnet.com)
    • DodgeBall
    • NTag
    • Social Publishing & Info-Sharing
      • Journals (Blogs, Podcasts)
      • Social Bookmarkers (Del.icio.us)
      • Photo/Graphics Sharers (Flickr, SlideShare)
      • Memediggers (Digg, Reddit)
      • Product Evaluators (Wize, ThisNext)
      • Personal Diaries (FaceBook)
    • Del.icio.us
    • Flickr
    • SlideShare (for .ppt, .pdf)
    • Digg
    • ThisNext
    • And of course, FaceBook
    • Collaboration & Communication
      • Wikis (FluWiki)
      • Forums (Yahoo Groups)
      • Project Collaboration (BaseCamp)
      • Document Collaboration (Google Docs)
      • Mindmaps (Freemind)
      • VoIP/Virtual Presence (Skype, GoToMeeting)
      • Open Space / Peer Production
    • FluWiki
    • Yahoo Groups
    • BaseCamp
    • Google Docs
    • FreeMind
    • GoToMeeting
    • SNA / Sensor / GIS Mashups
      • Disease Outbreaks
      • Home Monitoring
      • Travelogues
      • Do-It-Yourself Social Networking Applications?
    • Tracking Disease Outbreaks (a Nature Magazine / Google Earth mashup)
    • Keys to Success
      • Experiment with pilot groups who ‘get it’
      • Use simple, ubiquitous technologies
      • Focus on real-time and just-in-time applications
      • Use stories and future state visions to persuade CxOs
    • Impediments & Risks
      • Security paranoia
      • Lack of urgency
      • Need for trust among network members
    • 10 Inexpensive Ways to Introduce Social Networking Tools to Your Organization
      • JIT desktop videoconferencing for decision-making and document editing by physically remote groups
      • Instant messaging pilot
      • Google Desktop and other simple PCM tools
      • A JIT canvassing system
      • Self-managed “Know-who” directories
      • RSS aggregator pages for specific CoPs
      • Blogs for (a) SMEs, (b) CoP coordinators, (c) e-newsletter editors
      • Mindmaps displayed for real-time meeting documentation
      • Google Docs for collaboration with people outside the organization
      • Open Space event for addressing an intractable organizational problem