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NOVEMBER 3, 2009 [2009, Intellipedia] Selling Social Media for Learning: ASTD Big Question
Point to Case Studies The case studies for Pfizerpedia or Intellipedia are great examples of how social media can work in highly regulated industries. This month's ASTD Learning Circuit's Blog Big Question is "How do I communicate the value of social media as a learning tool to my organization?" Here are several ways to help sell Social Media in an organization. Lessons Learned.
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NOVEMBER 11, 2009 [2009, Intellipedia] DevLearn ‘09 Keynote: Andrew McAfee #dl09
The massive failure of the community -- In the intelligence community – the benefits of the intellipedia article was not that it was the best source of info but rather: “Because of the intellipedia article on Taliban and Afghanistan, I now know someone who analyzes satellite imagery and she really knows her stuff and I picked up the phone and called her. I now know of her existence. Wednesday morning. Bright and early here in cloudy - but balmy to my east coast sensibilities - San Jose. Brent Schlenker – here we are pushing the future of e-learning! The state of an art. Whatever.
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NOVEMBER 22, 2009 [2009, Intellipedia] Reflections from KM World 09
People are analysing the success of Intellipedia as a viable knowledge sharing strategy to pursue inside organisations. I had a wonderful 3 days at KM World 09 in San Jose. Much of the enthusiasm was in meeting friends. I’ve known Thomas Vander Wal, for instance, only by his blog and so it was good to put a face to all those entries. made some new friends as well. These were the winners at the Intranet Innovation Awards. Thanks to James Robertson for making this happen. Here are my takeaways from the sessions. Social media is here to stay. Here comes the wikis in force?