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Let’s Call It What It Is: Pervasive Communication I don’t want to talk about social media. I don’t want to talk about social business. I don’t want to talk about social enterprise. At least not in the context which many people seem to be using it these days. Businesses are not social. Keeping Students Engaged Back to the Basics We all remember creating extensive lesson plans as student teachers. We had to link lessons to standards, detail step-by-step procedures, and add a reflection and follow-up piece; it seemed like it would never end. In addition, it was harder to write these lesson plans knowing that they weren't for use in the real world. However, all of that practice helps you to internalize the steps you need to follow when designing classroom lessons. Developing a Collaborative Approach to Improving Project Management Practices, Part 1 - Managing Technology By Dennis D. McDonald For a .pdf version of this article click or tap the above image.In Agile grows up and new challenges emerge author Rick Freedman points out what project managers, sooner or later, learn from the School of Hard Knocks: changing and improving project management practices to improve the likelihood of project success involves not just improved management methods but also cultural changes within the sponsoring organization. Doing project work more/better/faster doesn’t help if the organization still imposes traditional top-down management approaches that involve tossing requirements and reporting practices “over the wall” to the project team in a low-engagement fashion.
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Collaboration Can Be Messy - Managing Technology By Dennis D. McDonald Collaboration can be messy. Convincing a diverse group of people to work together to accomplish a common objective, especially when the group contains many people that don’t know each other, requires artful leadership. Effective Web 2.0 Tools for the Classroom Updated by David Brear, May 12, 2014 KnowSchools Presentation 21st Century Learning & Sharing: Engaging for Success! Spring Online Conference 2010 Online Resource Site for Students - compiled by Dave and broken down by subject. E-Learning Web 2.0 Tools and Applications on Go2Web20 ( Great Resource )
From Co-creation to Collaboration: 5 pillars for business success inShare255 Guest post by Steven Van Belleghem (@steven_insites) & Tom De Ruyck (@tomderuyck) In the last months, my colleague Tom De Ruyck and I did some research on structural collaboration between companies and customers. We’ve interviewed 17 C-Level executives working at 17 organizations, operating on a global scale. Pinterest analysis: PBS, USA Today engage with readers most effectively Several websites, including this one, have published articles recently about how journalists are using Pinterest. But none of these offers data-based analyses that measure whether newsrooms are using Pinterest to engage effectively with readers. As a way of measuring engagement, follower counts are a basic metric. But knowing how critical the tweet to retweet ratio is for measuring engagement on Twitter, I sought to apply this principle to Pinterest.