2010-02-18: The @RLavigne42 Tweet Round-Up (#acweb4, #E20)

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  1. 2010-02-13: The @RLavigne42 Tweet Round-Up (#SCRMSummit, #E20, #SCRM) : http://wp.me/psXyQ-LE
    19:15 PM Feb 13rd from WordPress.com
  2. @ekolsky Do you still agree though that there seat price point is still far far to high?
    15:59 PM Feb 17th from Tweetie
  3. @ginatrapani well done, congrats, and good luck with Think Tank Gina
    16:01 PM Feb 17th from Tweetie
  4. Last webinar in the series this week. Tune in, same bat time/channel. Excellent Raytheon case study http://is.gd/75tXa (via @ITSinsider)
    14:35 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  5. “we don’t know what we know” that is a huge problem in #e20 #acweb4 (via @brandondgates) < this is where Discovery concepts beat SEO
    14:36 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  6. Information Overload – #raytheon application portfolio includes 19 DB platforms and almost 200 applications. #acweb4 (via @mkbanks)
    14:36 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  7. Reuse, Innovation and Learning are major goals for #raytheon #acweb4 (via @mkbanks)
    14:36 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  8. it’s one of the main issues EC 2,0 was made to solve–knowledge silos where others do not have access #acweb4 (via @fgsquared)
    14:36 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  9. Here is the previous SlideShares from past webinars http://bit.ly/aU8Tp4 #acweb4 Replays also available from newsgator (via @cflanagan)
    14:37 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  10. Raytheon focuses on knowledge stocks & flows. (Stocks have knowledge objects, flows connect people.) #acweb4 (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:37 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  11. Knowledge flows provide greater rewards. Need to tap into the work stream of knowledge workers. #acweb4 (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:37 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  12. Knowledge stocks can be built, but they don’t come close to helping knowledge workers share tacit knowledge. #acweb4 (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:37 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  13. “we’ve done a good job of stockpiling information” now need to tap into it-web 2.0 to the rescue #acweb4 (via @chrisech) < Social DataMining
    14:37 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  14. knowledge does depend on being shared in order to grow. enter EC 2.0! #acweb4 (via @fgsquared)
    14:38 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  15. Raytheon’s KM goals: Help knowledge workers work together, stay on track and “stay off stuck.” #acweb4 (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:38 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  16. “Stay off stuck” to help keep work smooth and ideas flowing. Perfect workflow for EC 2.0 to facilitate. #acweb4 (via @fgsquared)
    14:38 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  17. Time tolerance is a big issue. We don’t have enough time – need to obtain info quickly. #KM needs to expedite info flow. (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:38 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  18. Raytheon principles include “Make everything social” #e20 ,#acweb4 (via @carlfrappaolo)
    14:38 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  19. The #e20 goals: integrate/aggregate (no more silos!), focus on work (stay on track & off stuck), make everything social. (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:38 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  20. Don’t get caught up in “the cool of the tool.” Make sure you tie the solution/tool to the biz need/strategy. #acweb4 (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:39 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  21. They are trying to figure out how to make microblogging at work … work. Always fun, lots of ways to apply. #acweb4 (via @mneff)
    14:39 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  22. How to make everything social? Rate, tag, share, discuss content. #acweb4 (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:39 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  23. raytheon seeks to create a “fabric of social collaboration for the enterprise.” #acweb4 (via @ITSinsider)
    14:39 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  24. “Rate, tag, discuss, and share anything that has a URL”–the main mission of EC 2.0 #acweb4 (via @fgsquared)
    14:39 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  25. Discussing stocks and flows. Look up Systems Dynamics to get more information about this method. #acweb4 (via @mneff)
    14:39 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  26. enable reuse to promote ideas & innovation – Raytheon #acweb4 (via @chrisech)
    14:40 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  27. YES – #Innovation is acting on ideas – go beyond ideation #acweb4 (via @carlfrappaolo)
    14:40 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  28. Raytheon’s Knowledge “Marketplace” is built on #SharePoint, Newsgator Enterprise & Newsgator Social Sites. #acweb4 (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:40 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  29. I like the concept of everything having a URL so it can be seen. Open up those silos. #acweb4 (via @mneff)
    14:40 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  30. RECOMMEND = tap into time challenges of knowledge workers – margin maker vs margin taker #acweb4 (via @chrisech)
    14:40 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  31. We are giving you time back in #E20 tools. Margin Maker rather than Margin Taker #raytheon #acweb4 (via @jimworth)
    14:40 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  32. Common observation in many #e20 presentations – do not create #e20 as yet another corp Silo – Integrate and Aggregate # (via @carlfrappaolo)
    14:41 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  33. Integration holds the key to increasing findability and context. #acweb4 “We gain situational awareness.” (via @ITSinsider)
    14:41 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  34. Raytheon Marketplace = dashboard that gives situational awareness via activity stream #acweb4 (via @chrisech)
    14:41 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  35. Raytheon leveraged existing tech investments in building #e20 “solution” but also added anew – stayed focused on integration @carlfrappaolo
    14:41 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  36. Flowing information within process – has to speed adoption #acweb4 (via @bg1501)
    14:42 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  37. Start by aggregating your social stream. #acweb4 (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:42 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  38. How could #e20 ever be a “silo”? #e20 isn’t a set of tools,it’s about getting your enterpise up to the next level of communication @andgenth
    14:42 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  39. Teach people what you expect them to do and take out of the tools #acweb4 (via @cflanagan)
    14:42 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  40. E2.0 is like a river – drink from it when you need it, step away when not, but it always flows. #acweb4 (via @KevinDJones)
    14:43 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  41. They find passive ways to make current workflows more social — w/o additional effort by knowledge workers. #acweb4 (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:43 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  42. teach users the ins and outs of EC and then phase out the other tools, making EC 2.0 the go-to tool. #acweb4 (via @fgsquared)
    14:43 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  43. If the tool simplifies a process (via aggregation?), people will use it. #acweb4 (via @mark_wicker)
    14:43 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  44. “Web 2.0 is an attitude,not a technology.” (Tim O’Reilly) — The same should be true for a successful #e20 initiative! #acweb4 (@andgenth)
    14:43 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  45. Their #e20 process: plan, pilot, validate,deploy. They validate thru iteration w/ clients. Were our assumptions/reqts right? (@VMaryAbraham)
    14:43 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  46. Constantly meeting with their customers to go through and tweak their use cases. What a concept <smile>. #acweb4 (via @mneff)
    14:44 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  47. Super users will find new uses and solutions for the tools you give them. Good point @Raytheon! #acweb4 (via @fgsquared)
    14:44 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  48. Workforce collaboration 2.0 is different from a desktop refresh. People see what is happening in the internet. They expect more (via @mneff)
    14:44 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  49. This is not just something you put out “out of the box” and walk away from. It’s about creating, connecting, reusing, innovating @cflanagan
    14:44 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  50. Treat your #e20 tool as a product or brand that must B managed w/ the client base behind the firewall. (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:44 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  51. Raytheon (like Booz Allen Hamilton) does a lot with iterative releases. #acweb4 (via @cflanagan)
    14:45 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  52. Create Connect Reuse Innovate – nice succinct description of #raytheoncompany Marketplace solution #acweb4 #newsgator (via @chrisech)
    14:45 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  53. Take a product mgmt approach listen to customers mimic easy usability of popular software. #acweb4 (via @bg1501) < The return of UXD in dev
    14:45 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  54. Constant iteration, agile releases, looking to make it easier to use and more beneficial an on-going process. No end in sight. (via @mneff)
    14:45 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  55. Happy employees are more loyal, creative, productive #acweb4 (via @cflanagan) < True Engagement Rankings vs. flawed Q12 Metrics
    14:46 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  56. Tools adoption is not the issue, cultural adaption is. Show them it is easier to do their job and they will take it from there. (via @mneff)
    14:46 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  57. autonomy, competence, relatedness and self esteem = what brings happiness to a community #acweb4 (via @carlfrappaolo)
    14:46 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  58. Getting retweeted, seeing your content valued, brings rewards to a person #acweb4 (via @cflanagan) < consider this retweeted Claire 😉
    14:47 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  59. Stumbling upon something (the easter egg effect) brings you satisfaction when you find something you need #acweb4 (via @cflanagan)
    14:47 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  60. 1st lesson learned: Solve biz problems. Then U have fewer issues with adoption/change management. #acweb4 (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:47 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  61. Raytheon (like us at CSC) feel you need to ‘plan for viral’ – it doesn’t just happen. #acweb4 (via @cflanagan)
    14:48 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  62. Lessons Learned: provide users w/ a feedback loop. Handle comments transparently. #acweb4 (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:48 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  63. Expectations of #e20 are set outside the firewall. Hard to satisfy wishlist for too many communities at once. Focus. (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:48 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  64. Be strategic about what you’re doing. Work with select communities first and find out “what good is” #acweb4 (via @cflanagan)
    14:48 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  65. Community Management is essential for the success of these programs. This is all about people! Focus on them and not the tool! (@cflanagan)
    14:49 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  66. Building a community manager’s toolkit to help their community leaders do the right things. #acweb4 (via @mneff)
    14:49 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  67. You cannot guarantee viral but can plan for it in #e20 – common theme in case studies #acweb4 (via @carlfrappaolo)
    14:49 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  68. Work w/ your vendor: they have good use cases and experience across several industries. Plus, they need your feedback. (via @VMaryAbraham)
    14:49 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  69. #E20 rollout requires more than verbal sponsorship from C-level. They need to use the tools – they need to set the example. (@VMaryAbraham)
    14:50 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  70. Doesn’t matter where content lives. Matters more about pushing it to you when you need it #acweb4 (via @cflanagan)
    14:50 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  71. Raytheon case study up on slideshare. http://is.gd/8Fys4 #acweb4 (via @ITSinsider)
    14:51 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  72. Thanks for sharing your story. Great to hear. Thanks for all tweets as well. #acweb4 (via @mneff) < Thanks everyone for sharing your tweets
    14:51 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  73. my views on chatter, per earlier tweet conversations attn: http://bit.ly/ChatterBeta (via @ekolsky) < Great comments on #chatter pricing
    14:53 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
  74. @ekolsky Thanks Esteban, just finished reading it. Very good counter-points to earlier concerns on seat prices
    14:54 PM Feb 18th from Tweetie
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