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Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

Collaboration and Knowledge Management - 0 views

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    Most companies today struggle with their rapidly growing volume of critical corporate knowledge. A large amount of useful information is trapped in information silos, such as email inboxes. There is also a gap in understanding and knowing where organizational expertise and talent reside in the organization. Add to this the loss of organizational knowledge when employees leave the company.

    The paradox of this is the increased dependency on information and knowledge technology for innovation and building value. The Enterprise Social Media market has grown rapidly in the few years and the rate of growth is accelerating. Companies are adopting cloud technologies to reduce the costs of maintaining larger and larger sets of data. Cloud technologies also facilitate the use of mobile platforms and tablet devices, which are providing employees with unprecedented access to information.

    The rapid pace of change, the need to innovate quickly, dispersed and remote workforces, and increased customer demands make capturing and utilizing corporate knowledge even more challenging. A strategic approach to providing both knowledge management and collaboration is needed. It should be seamless and an integral of business operations.

    Knowledge Management / Collaboration is not just technology. It is not just storing documents. It is not having an internal social media site or utilizing instant messaging. It is about sharing and collaborating. That is frequently the most difficult challenge. It is often a cultural challenge.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

8 Steps to Implementing a Knowledge Management Program at Your Organization - 2 views

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    A winning knowledge management program increases staff productivity, product and service quality, and deliverable consistency by capitalizing on intellectual and knowledge-based assets.

    Many organizations leap into a knowledge management solution (e.g. document management, data mining, blogging, and community forums) without first considering the purpose or objectives they wish to fulfill or how the organization will adopt and follow best practices for managing its knowledge assets long term.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

KM Roadmap: Overview - 0 views

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    The focus of this section of the website is an overview of the main phases of an enterprise knowledge management initiative. As well as selecting menu items on the left, you can click on the image below to take you to more information on the main phases (top row) or individual steps (coloured boxes). We also delve into ten topical themes that should permeate the thinking of KM practitioners wanting to achieve successful business outcomes. In addition to the enterprise roadmap, this section of the website will in the future include:

    Personal toolkit - managing your career in the knowledge economy
    Team toolkit - how to develop high performance virtual knowledge teams
    Policy toolkit - the role of governments and international agencies in developing knowledge economies
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

Knowledge Management - 0 views

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    Paper by Phillip Marsh (2005)
    Knowledge Management is one of the most misunderstood management disciplines in business imperatives today, partially due to the early rush by software vendors to
    produce the "see all - tell all" panacea for leveraging intellectual capital, which was all the rage in the late 1990s.

    As with all important endeavours, planning is the cornerstone of success and
    embarking on a voyage into Knowledge Management is no different. Although, if one
    considers the millions of Rands wasted on unsuccessful attempts, one would not think so.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

Knowledge management - 0 views

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    Knowledge relates to all the capital owned by people and staff of a company: know-how & expertise, competencies, market experiences etc. Knowledge management helps companies turn this human capital into intellectual capital by creating value.
    Unlike content management, Knowledge Management (KM) is not only about storing documents. It is about increasing people skills and expertise thanks to sharing.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

The 10-Step Knowledge Management Road Map - 1 views

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    This 10-step Knowledge Management road map will guide you through strategizing, designing, developing, and implementing a KM initiative that delivers business impact. Learn how to build an effective road map for developing an idiosyncratic knowledge strategy that is unique to your company.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

Buscadores Semanticos (II): Principales Buscadores Inteligentes en la Web 3.0 - 0 views

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    Posted by Iris Moreno Roca on July 9, 2012 in Google, Internet, IoSearch, Teletrabajo | ∞ Todos los Emprendedores que incursionan en el Teletrabajo, necesitan cada vez más, obtener información precisa y de calidad.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

Buscadores Semanticos (I): Te Invitamos al Nacimiento de la Web 3.0 - 1 views

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    Posted by Iris Moreno Roca on July 2, 2012 in Asistentes Virtuales, Internet, Marketing, Teletrabajo | ∞ Hola, como están, no dejen de leer nuestro artículo anterior: Asistentes Virtuales: Como Gestionar tu Reputacion Digital En el Ciberespacio y el mundo del Teletrabajo, todo evoluciona vertiginosamente y también Google, el más importante de los Buscadores, se está poniendo a la altura de la Web Semántica, teniendo a la inteligencia artificial, como protagonista.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

12 Recursos y herramientas para crear las mejores infografías | GeeksRoom - 0 views

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    Hace un par de años atrás crear una infografía necesitaba, además de tiempo, de una habilidad especial en el manejo de programas como Photoshop. Hoy en día eso ha cambiado totalmente. Hoy existen herramientas y recursos gratuitos que nos permiten crear infografías deuna forma muy fácil y rápida.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

7 Herramientas Para Crear Grandes Infografias | Gratis|PCWebtips.com - 0 views

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    cada día sigue evolucionado, ya no es simplemente una impresionante investigación y que con base en ello se realice un escrito. Los usuarios de Internet están experimentando la capacidad llamar la atención.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction - 0 views

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    “I highly recommend the Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction [...] the breadth and depth of the invited contributions are quite impressive [...] all with highly qualified authorities as authors -- From Don Norman's review People from around the world have sent us their pictures to support our mission to give away world-class educational materials for free!
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

Disruptive Innovation - 2 views

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    A disruptive technology or disruptive innovation is an innovation that helps create a new market and value network, and eventually goes on to disrupt an existing market and value network. The term is used in business and technology literature to describe innovations that improve a product or service in ways that the market does not expect.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

Open User Innovation - 1 views

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    Almost 30 years ago, researchers began a systematic study of innovation by end users and user firms. At that time, the phenomenon was generally regarded as a minor oddity. Today, it is clear that innovation by users, generally openly shared, is a very powerful and general phenomenon.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

Innovating the Future: From Ideas to Adoption - 0 views

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    Futurists and innovators can teach each other lessons to help their ideas succeed.

    Innovators and futurists ought to have a symbiotic relationship. Often, they do not.

    The futurist aims to help us understand how trends and events will shape the future, so that we can chart our business and policy courses to bring us to a future that most appeals to us. The innovator, on the other hand, aims to realize a possible future by getting ideas (i.e., possibilities for the future) adopted as practice in our communities.

    Many would-be innovators ask in frustration, Why do my own good ideas often go by the wayside and other people's bad ideas get adopted? Why do I invest enormous time and resources to systematically generate new ideas, only to see much of my effort go to waste? Leaders in all fields fret and fume over these questions. They want to improve their innovation success rates.

    Increasing success and reducing wasted effort on the path to innovation are very important goals. Many people believe innovation is the key to economic development, technological progress, competitiveness, and business survival. Policies that enhance a nation's ability to be innovative are constantly in public discussion and are hot topics among politicians and business leaders. Futurists collaborating with innovators can contribute to these goals.

    I have been investigating these questions for many years and have learned many things that I wish I knew when I was younger. Based on these investigations, my colleague, Robert Dunham, and I wrote a book, The Innovator's Way (MIT Press, 2010, innovators-way.com). I will share here some excerpts from the book as a guide for innovators-and futurists-who are trying to get their ideas adopted.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

La tercera revolución industrial y la interconectividad verde para una nueva era - 0 views

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    Con amazon, con los ebooks en general, no resulta difícil poder disfrutar de los últimos lanzamientos sobre pensamiento en EEUU, los "non fiction" que leo cuando el tiempo me permite tan preciada afición.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

45+ Free Online Tools To Create Charts, Diagrams And Flowcharts | Free and Useful Onlin... - 0 views

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    Charts and graphs are the best ways to represent information and relationship between two interlinked entities. Not only do charts and graphs inform visitors about the trend or relationship you want to show them but also add a visual connection with the visitors.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

30+ Cool Content Curation Tools for Personal & Professional Use - 0 views

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    As the web becomes more and more inundated with blogs, videos, tweets, status updates, news, articles, and countless other forms of content, "information overload" is something we all seem to suffer. It is becoming more difficult to weed through all the "stuff" out there and pluck out the best, most share-worthy tidbits of information, especially if your topic is niche. Let's face it, Google definitely has its shortcomings when it comes to content curation and the more it tries to cater to all audiences, the less useful it becomes.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

SharpBrains - 0 views

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    Sharp­Brains is an inde­pen­dent mar­ket research firm and inno­va­tion net­work track­ing the emerg­ing brain fit­ness mar­ket. We main­tain an annual state-of-the mar­ket report series and pub­lish con­sumer guides to inform decision-making, pro­duce an annual global and vir­tual con­fer­ence, and pro­vide advi­sory services.

    SharpBrains.com, the firm's edu­ca­tional blog and web­site, is a mem­ber of Sci­en­tific Amer­i­can Part­ner Network.
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

The Innovation Issue | Think Quarterly by Google - 0 views

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    We are, literally, more creative than ever. ...we rely often on intuition and always on insights. Great white sharks cannot stop swimming; if they do... You could be dull in another era. Not this one. Your Google is different from my Google, which is different... ...a "Cloak of Invisibility" like the one Dumbledore gave...
Carlos Lizarraga Celaya

The Eight Pillars of Innovation | Think Quarterly by Google - 0 views

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    As Google's employee #16, Susan Wojcicki has learned a thing or two about innovation. Here's what she's learned, and what she continues to work on. ILLUSTRATION BY Robert Samuel Hanson The greatest innovations are the ones we take for granted, like light bulbs, refrigeration and penicillin.
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