Social Media & Knowledge Management

Social Media in the Enterprise I wondered about the impact social media tools were making in knowledge management for the enterprise. We have got some very rapid growth in the takeup of the tools in my company; we have loads of wikis, internal blogs – growing use of Twitter. I wondered about the difference between […]

Websites, blogs and content management

Please, can we have a website? How many of us get questions like that? I did, and the Cromarty Coastguard website was the result. So, the answer was “Yes”. Recently, my local Coastguard Team decided they wanted to get a quick team website off the ground. Most of the team are happy with the internet […]

Even Demos says allow Facebook at work

Image via Wikipedia In an article on use of social networking sites reported on the BBC, a Demos report states that firms should allow the use of these sites at work. “Banning Facebook and the like goes against the grain of how people want to interact. Often people are friends with colleagues through these networks […]

Weighing Contributions and Participation

Should we reward participation? Is adding useable knowledge to your employer useful? Should it be part of your actual job? If it was part of your job, how would you measure it? Should you? To save time, I think the right answers are Yes; Yes; Yes; Various ways; Yes Why ask the question now? As […]