The Power of Networks—A Conversation with Euan Semple

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Posted by Lucidea on 7/22/2016

Earlier this year, we presented a “KM Conversation” with well-known enterprise social network expert and consultant Euan Semple. During our session “The New Knowledge Ecosystem: Content and Connection,” Lucidea’s COO Phil Green discussed with Euan the imperative for librarians and other knowledge professionals to participate in enterprise social networks.

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Topics: Library Management, Enterprise Social Networks

The Top Three Social Technologies for Developing Organizational Strategy

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Posted by Ron Aspe, CEO on 7/15/2016

In a June 2016 article titled The Evolution of Social Technologies, McKinsey & Company reported that the use of social technologies has evolved to include their use as tools for developing Organizational Strategy. Knowledge management (KM) professionals and librarians need to recognize this represents an opportunity for them to contribute to organizational success at the highest level.

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Topics: Library Management, Knowledge Management, Information Management, Enterprise Social Networks, Social Media

Thriving In a Digital World – A Conversation with Euan Semple

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Posted by Lucidea on 7/8/2016

Earlier this year, we presented a “KM Conversation” with well-known enterprise social network expert and consultant Euan Semple. During our session “The New Knowledge Ecosystem: Content and Connection,” Lucidea’s COO Phil Green engaged Euan in a discussion of how social sharing and the wisdom of the crowd enable meaningful and necessary participation in professional digital networks.

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Topics: Knowledge Management, Information Management, Enterprise Social Networks

Why Content + Connection = KM 3.0 Part 2

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Posted by Phil Green on 2/17/2016

In my first post on the changing habits of information consumers and the changing role of information professionals as part of the knowledge supply chain, I shared examples of increasing complexity, underpinned by technology and changes in personal preference. In this post, let’s take a look at the third paradigm (KM 3.0) and see what it means for the sustainability and relevance of knowledge managers and special librarians.

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Topics: Knowledge Management, Information Management, Enterprise Social Networks

Why Content + Connection = KM 3.0 Part 1

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Posted by Phil Green on 2/12/2016

As I was finishing last week’s successful webinar on KM Pitfalls with Stan Garfield, an audience member asked a question about Enterprise Social Networks and their value. It made me think about Lucidea CEO Ron Aspe’s blog post on the ways in which information consumption is changing, and has changed over time - and how our personal habits are a key driver of this change. Let me explain…

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Topics: Knowledge Management, Information Management, Enterprise Social Networks

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