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Twitter lists reveal the influential intranet people

After trying the Gleek app on my work phone, I discovered a set of great public intranet lists made by some of the people I follow on Twitter: Richard Hare: https://twitter.com/richardhare/intranet Wedge: https://twitter.com/wedge/intranet James Royal-Lawson: https://twitter.com/beantin/intranet Rebecca Jackson: https://twitter.com/_rebeccajackson/intranet Intranetizen team: https://twitter.com/Intranetizen/lists/starintranetcontent Sam Marshall: https://twitter.com/sammarshall/lists/intranets Andrew Wright: https://twitter.com/roojwright/lists/intranets Chris McGrath: https://twitter.com/intranetchris/lists/all-intranet-all-the-time I also had my own list since before: https://twitter.com/patrikbergman/lists/intranets There are of course …

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My Personal Knowledge Mastery tools

More and more is written on the subject Personal Knowledge Mastery  (PKM), such as Harold Jarche‘s site and PKM link collection, and blog posts like this week’s What is Personal Knowledge Management? Harold has also collected a great set of tools others use for their Personal Knowledge Mastery. Inspired by Sumeet Moghe‘s blog post Here’s how I’m approaching Personal Knowledge Management, I decided to list the tools …

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Does the potential in social intranets lie in Personal Knowledge Management?

Angie Cullen just listed five key features to consider when choosing a social intranet: Forum Collaboration Social Tagging and Ranking Document Storage & Collaboration Expertise Finder Knowledge Base or Wiki  They all remind me of my own findings when asking my colleagues what they really need from our intranet, even though I focused less on features: Who knows what, and …

My Top 10 Tools for Learning

  Here are my top 10 tools for learning, as asked by Jane Hart at the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies, and answered already by people such as Harold Jarche (feed), Clark Quinn (feed) and more. Twitter: Excellent tool for keeping updated on what people such as my mentors and more are up to. Very quickly I can interact with people from all around the world. …

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What employees really need from our intranet

Following the advice from James Robertson (@s2djames) in his book “What every intranet team should know“, I have conducted interviews with 11 of my co-workers to find what they really need from our intranet. So, instead of asking them “Which features would you want?” resulting in answers like “a feature like Apple’s Genius”, we spoke about what they do daily, …