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Trying to convince your organization that social tools are a must to survive in business today? Not having success? Use this presentation, it worked on my executives and hopefully, it will work on ...

Trying to convince your organization that social tools are a must to survive in business today? Not having success? Use this presentation, it worked on my executives and hopefully, it will work on yours as well.

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  • Thank you for your great comments, it gives us a great opportunity for a discussion and it is very welcomed.The statements you disagree with are in fact correct in the context of the presentation. Let me explain.

    Collective intelligence is a shared or group intelligence that emerges from the collaboration and competition of many individuals. Now the emphasis is on the words 'many individuals' not 'many ants'

    'Swarm intelligence' has actually not been used in this presentation, the word 'swarm' was used in the context of 'Networks'. That being said, swarm intelligence refers to a type of artificial intelligence based on the collective behaviour of decentralized, self-organized systems. Again, swarm intelligence is about robotics, not ants.

    So rest assured, there are no ants in this presentation.

    As for the second point regarding interest vs. practice, if taken in context of the presentation is quite correct. The entire presentation is about knowledge sharing and how to achieve a greater degree of it in the corporate world. In that context, the distinction between interest and practice is very important:

    The concept of a community of practice refers to the process of 'social learning' that occurs and shared socio-cultural practices that emerge and evolve when people who have common goals interact as they strive towards those goals.

    A community of interest is a community of people who share a common interest or passion. These people exchange “ideas and thoughts” about the given passion, but may know (or care) little about each other outside of this area.

    Based on these two definitions and the context of the presentation around knowledge sharing vs. exchange of ideas, community of practice is the correct choice of statement.
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  • Beautiful and intelligent, and I could not agree more. Many thanks!
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  • 1. Collective Intelligence Denise Caron
  • 2. Collective Intelligence “We need to feed our minds .. not the machines” Denise Caron
  • 3. Collective Intelligence • Knowledge • Networking • Orchestration • Social At Work Denise Caron
  • 4. Collective Intelligence Catch my knowledge if you can! Denise Caron
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  • 7. Collective Intelligence 5% INFORMATIVE • Data, Information • Records Document Library • Documents • Files 95% CONTEXTUAL / INEFFABLE • Experience • Commitment Best Practice Library • Thinking • Culture • Competence • Deed Denise Caron
  • 8. Collective Intelligence Define “balance” Denise Caron
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  • 10. Collective Intelligence Transactional Work: routine processes procedure based Tacit Work: Combination of Insight, experience & context Transformative Work: Physical inputs & outputs Denise Caron
  • 11. Collective Intelligence 80% Tacit 15% Transactional 5% Transformational Denise Caron
  • 12. Collective Intelligence Tacit knowledge is the most valuable form of knowledge. Like love, it’s not easy to find. Denise Caron
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  • 14. Collective Intelligence My network follows me everywhere I go! Companies with access to the best networks not only outperform competitors today, but have also the capacity to flexibly outperform them tomorrow. Denise Caron
  • 15. Collective Intelligence Let me in! When you hire someone .. you hire their network Denise Caron
  • 16. Collective Intelligence I wish I was Connected too! Networks can work smarter than the individuals or firms that are part of them. Denise Caron
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  • 18. Collective Intelligence Evolution is fueled by ripples … revolution is fueled by a splash! Denise Caron
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  • 28. Collective Intelligence In 2007, in a rural Cambodian village where homes lack electricity, the night-time darkness is pierced by the glow from $200 windup laptops that children bring home from school. Denise Caron
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  • 30. Collective Intelligence http://www.steve.museum/ 30 Denise Caron
  • 31. Collective Intelligence In Peebles Valley, a small rural community in eastern South Africa, they demonstrate how tin cans could link the people of this community with each other, and the wider world. http://www.turnpoint.net/wireless/cantennahowto.html http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/click_online/6646469.stm#3 Denise Caron
  • 32. Collective Intelligence “Applications that harness network effects to get better the more people use them” TACIT SWARM TAP IT! Denise Caron
  • 33. Collective Intelligence To be in a network, you have to show yourself Denise Caron
  • 34. Collective Intelligence Openness is what attracts networks to you Denise Caron
  • 35. Collective Intelligence There is only one way to be in a network, you have to engage Denise Caron
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  • 37. Collective Intelligence … connecting individuals, ideas and information with each other using digital networks … Denise Caron
  • 38. Collective Intelligence Office 2.0 is about building communities of practice, not of interest “It’s the difference between the work life and the personal life” Denise Caron
  • 39. Collective Intelligence … Is this what you imagine? Denise Caron
  • 40. Collective Intelligence 60% of people use social software today for business purposes “40% use it for … well you know!” http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/blogs/page/jasnell?entry=blogging_ibm http://terranova.blogs.com/terra_nova/2007/08/ibms-virtual-wo.html Denise Caron
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  • 43. Collective Intelligence To start a network you need to Who are you? introduce yourself! What do You know? What do you do? Denise Caron
  • 44. Collective Intelligence Sharing is the secret! Denise Caron
  • 45. Collective Intelligence MYTH #1 I am not that interesting, no one will read my blog MYTH #2 I’m sure someone else can do it better than me! Denise Caron
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  • 50. Collective Intelligence http://labs.live.com/photosynth/default.html Denise Caron
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  • 56. Collective Intelligence Encarta Britannica Denise Caron
  • 57. Collective Intelligence Discussion What makes Wikipedia #1? Denise Caron
  • 58. Collective Intelligence Instant Messaging Denise Caron
  • 59. Collective Intelligence Don’t forget, it’s about work! Denise Caron
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  • 71. Collective Intelligence Each of them by himself may not be of good quality; but when they all come together it is possible that thy may surpass – collectively and as a body, although not individually – the quality of the few best. - Aristotle Denise Caron
  • 72. Collective Intelligence THE PEOPLE Open and Transparent Denise Caron
  • 73. Collective Intelligence Born with the military technologies that were to lead to analog, digital and virtual technologies Denise Caron
  • 74. Collective Intelligence Born with the analog and astronautic technologies Denise Caron
  • 75. Collective Intelligence Born among analog technologies (telephone, TV), witnessed and participated in the development of digital technologies Denise Caron
  • 76. Collective Intelligence Born with the first generation of digital technologies, witnessed and participated in the development of networked technologies Denise Caron
  • 77. Collective Intelligence Born in the midst of new technologies Denise Caron
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  • 87. Collective Intelligence The collective knowledge of your company’s people combined is your best competitive advantage Denise Caron
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  • 89. Collective Intelligence Inspired by many people whom I thank for their vision and openness to share! Denise Caron
  • 90. Collective Intelligence Thanks to the People of the Information Highway Denise Caron