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Collective Intelligence

by President at APSG Inc. on Dec 26, 2008

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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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  • phouangphakaoudom Phouangphaka Oudom at Foreign Trade Policy Department, Ministry of Industry & Commerce Very informative, thanks! 5 months ago
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  • Bern7 Bernard Hardy & Hardy's Corner, Retired at * Congratulations !!! .. Feel free to join us. Thank you in advance for your participation and sharing your 'favorites'. .. With friendship from France. Bernard
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  • dcaron Denise Caron, President at APSG Inc. 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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  • ellenfeaheny Ellen Feaheny, Enterprise 2.0 software, integrations, solutions at AppFusions Really cool! Thanks! 5 years ago
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  • Christiansandstrom Chris Sandström, Researcher and public speaker at Chalmers University of Technology and the Ratio Institute Beautiful and intelligent, and I could not agree more. Many thanks! 5 years ago
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  • runytech Runy Techbraun, Retired at home Excellent Vision and excellent messages: Very helpful to open our lazzy minds. Great! and Congratulations Dcaron 5 years ago
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  • runytech Runy Techbraun, Retired at home Excellent vision and excellent messages! Great! 5 years ago
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