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Official Mind Mapping software by Tony Buzan Collaboration Les 20 et 21 mai 2013 se tenait à Dublin, sous l’égide de la présidence irlandaise de l’Union européenne, la conférence Open Innovation 2.0 . C’est l’occasion, pour la Commission européenne, de présenter l’édition 2013 de son rapport annuel sur l’innovation ouverte : Open innovation 2.0 Yearbook 2013 . « Dans le contexte européen, le terme Open innovation est devenu synonyme d’un processus moderne, très dynamique et interactif, indique le document. Parmi ces nouveaux concepts associés à l’Open innovation qui vont prendre une dimension croissante dans les années qui viennent, les différents auteurs du rapport citent la co-création, l’open data, l’entrepreneuriat, le crowdsourcing notamment… Le rapport de la Commission européenne sur l’Open Innovation, fruit d’un travail collectif entre différents experts européen, peut parfois paraître un peu touffu. Le recours grandissante au crowdsourcing Comme tout nouveau modèle, le crowdsourcing génère cependant aussi de nouveaux types de risques.

Collaborative Thinking While enterprise social networking has been covered extensively in the media and by IT analyst firms, one of the least discussed aspects of the topic has been the issue of design and the potential impact of design on employee adoption of such tools and applications. At the June Enterprise 2.0 Boston conference, I presented a session, “Design Considerations For Enterprise Social Networks: Identity, Graphs, Streams & Social Objects”, in hopes of drawing attention to the issue and to spark conversation around design practices. The session did not focus on any particular user interface (UI) technique or product implementation (e.g., e-mail, community site, social collaboration platform, etc.). Instead, the information was presented at a holistic and inter-disciplinary level, covering a collection of related issues: Affordance-centered designSocial theory and designWork and personal valueBlended user experiencePsychology of adoptionEnterprise architecture

La convergenza del knowledge management, della business intelligence, del text mining: intervista al Prof. Zanasi, DG TEMIS - parte 1 Per capire la convergenza del knowledge management, della business intelligence e del text mining, e come il progresso possa abilitare la competitive intelligence, ho proposto un'intervista al Prof. Alessandro Zanasi, che ringrazio molto per la disponibilità mostrata e per la gentile collaborazione. Il Prof. Zanasi é advisor di aziende e governi in Europa, Nord e Sud America, docente di “Knowledge management e data mining” presso l’Universita’ di Bologna e di Malta, membro ESRAB-European Security Research Advisory Board presso la Commissione Europea, Direttore Scientifico del Centro Studi Intelligence e Sicurezza. Nel 2000 e’ co-fondatore di TEMIS SA, societa’ di sviluppo SW di text mining e nel 2001, lasciata IBM, è Program Director di META Group, Inc., responsabile delle analisi nelle aree della Business Intelligence e del Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Le competenze di Temis spaziano dalla consulenza al software engineering, dalla linguistica al project management.

Knowledge management for front-line staff Written by James Robertson, published August 6th, 2003 Categorised under: articles, intranets, knowledge management Knowledge management is an approach that can benefit all staff within an organisation, from senior management, to front-line staff, and out into the field. Up to now however, many of the case studies have focused on management and consulting staff, and have not addressed the unique environment that is the public face of an organisation. This article looks at the way front-line staff operate, and how knowledge management can be used to meet their needs. This article does not provide the final answers to the challenges of bringing improved knowledge management to front-line staff. Introducing front-line staff Front-line staff are those who interact directly with customers or the public. front-desk (or service-desk) staff customer service staff branch staff in general call centre (or help desk) staff The front-line environment is unique within a business The front-line environment

The Analysis-Synthesis Bridge Model Written for Interactions magazine by Hugh Dubberly, Shelley Evenson, and Rick Robinson. The simplest way to describe the design process is to divide it into two phases: analysis and synthesis. Or preparation and inspiration. But those descriptions miss a crucial element—the connection between the two, the active move from one state to another, the transition or transformation that is at the heart of designing. How do designers move from analysis to synthesis? How do designers bridge the gap? The bridge model illustrates one way of thinking about the path from analysis to synthesis—the way in which the use of models to frame research results acts as a basis for framing possible futures. The bridge model here is organized as a two-by-two matrix. Analysis-Synthesis Bridge Model Ideally, the design process begins in the lower-left quadrant with observation and investigation—an inventory (or description) of the current situation. Robinson Model Beer Model Alexander Model Kumar Model Download PDF

Entreprise 2.0 > IBM lance City One, un serious game de gestion municipale En début de mois IBM a annoncé le lancement d’un nouveau serious game ambitieux : City One. L’objectif est de simuler la gestion d’une ville pour en optimiser les différents processus d’approvisionnement, de transport, de développement… L’annonce officielle est ici : IBM Unveils New “Serious Game” To Tackle Urban Challenges. Une initiative particulièrement intéressante car elle couvre un périmètre plus large que celui de l’entreprise et permet surtout de mieux appréhender les contraintes et enjeux des différents acteurs d’une ville (urbanistes, collectivités locales, PME…) au travers de quatre secteurs : Eau, énergie, distribution et finance. Phaedra Boinodiris, Serious Game Program Manager chez IBM nous en dit un peu plus : “Plusieurs niveaux existent et offrent ainsi la possibilité à différents publics de jouer. CityOne est un jeu en ligne gratuit , mais la version française ne sera pas disponible en octobre 2010 : CityOne, IBM vous apprend à gérer une ville. (via Fast Company)

Le Blog Kinoa Azienda e strategia: linguaggio unico con Virtual Workspace | Blog di Mario Massarotti - lunedì 21 luglio 2008 Tra gli elementi che conferiscono unità all’azienda e che toccano l’imprenditore in quanto diffondono lo spirito di appartenenza alla mission, alla vision e ai valori tra tutti i componenti dell’organizzazione, occorre annoverare lo strumento del “Virtual Workspace”. Si tratta della naturale evoluzione delle classiche reti aziendali private LAN Intranet oppure di Extranet e degli stessi portali. Prima di analizzare il concetto di Virtual Workspace è utile concentrare l’attenzione proprio sulla funzione originaria di Intranet, ossia utilizzare protocolli e standard Internet e del linguaggio HTML per creare un ambiente comune ai componenti dell’organizzazione affinché condividano dati e informazioni, indipendentemente dal tipo di piattaforma utilizzata. E questo sia internamente che esternamente all’azienda (PC, Macintosh o workstation UNIX). Riscontri applicativi generali di una Intranet sono sintetizzabili in: Tags: e-learning

Alex (Sandy) Pentland Homepage -- Honest Signals, Reality Mining, and Sensible Organizations Click to see video Professor Alex "Sandy" Pentland directs the MIT Connection Science and Human Dynamics labs and previously helped create and direct the MIT Media Lab and the Media Lab Asia in India. He is one of the most-cited scientists in the world, and Forbes recently declared him one of the "7 most powerful data scientists in the world" along with Google founders and the Chief Technical Officer of the United States. He has received numerous awards and prizes such as the McKinsey Award from Harvard Business Review, the 40th Anniversary of the Internet from DARPA, and the Brandeis Award for work in privacy. He is a founding member of advisory boards for Google, AT&T, Nissan, and the UN Secretary General, a serial entrepreneur who has co-founded more than a dozen companies including social enterprises such as the Data Transparency Lab, the Harvard-ODI-MIT DataPop Alliance and the Institute for Data Driven Design. He is a member of the U.S.

Knowledge Associates - SKA Social Media, Community Management, Social CRM, e-Reputation par Cédric Deniaud Pour les entreprises, la rumeur du web est une pub permanente Tinker affiche par thème les conversations en cours sur les médias sociaux. Un flux qui permet de mesurer sa popularité et que les sociétés peuvent intégrer à leur site. Marketing oblige, le contenu est filtré en amont. StepRep propose déjà aux entreprises de surveiller leur réputation sur le web, et même sur les médias sociaux.

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