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Business models, project management, and growing communities of practice

Almost in-vitro CoPs. And I don’t mean CoPs for reproductive health :-). Not that it’d be a bad idea. But to the point. Recently I’ve had reason to give a lot of thought to CoP-fostering as a whole, and as a managed process. Picture this. You are an organization that is somewhat removed from the … Sigue leyendo

Community management blog reading

After months of being absolutely involved in our pregnancy and the job change, I’m finally starting to get some free time two evenings in a row… to celebrate which, I’m apparently taking back to blogging so as to get rid of it :-). Go figure. Now, catching up on some reading, these tidbits are thought-worthy… … Sigue leyendo

Sunday tag surfing

Before I get down to serious work, here’s a look at the most interesting things caught in the morning’s browsing. WordPress’ tag surfing does add a bit of spice. The wisdom of clouds: John Millner doing a panegyric of social-tagging folksonomies. Not bad for a sales pitch. And he’s right (Socialtext’s shared tagging got me … Sigue leyendo

Outsource thyself

What happens when you develop new business competences through your side interests, competences that are not related to your employer’s range of services? Well, you either leave the company, or waste those competences… or convice your boss to widen that range of services a bit. In other words, if you happen to need a consultant … Sigue leyendo

Vintage Bill Johnson on community building

Here he brings back to life a presentation from a couple of years ago. It’s worth a look for three reasons: Autodesk (the customer he was addressing, together with their manager) is an extensive community user, for partner relations and for customer support. One of the few that actually pays consultants to make sure they … Sigue leyendo