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Stephen Dale

Diffbot Bests Google's Knowledge Graph To Feed The Need For Structured Data - Forbes - 0 views

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    What if you could structure the content of a web page based on how humans actually read those pages, Tung asked back in 2008 when he founded Diffbot?
Gary Colet

Intellectual property fears consume SMEs - 0 views

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    An interesting article related to the KIN Webinar on 2nd July on 'The tension between Knowledge Sharing and Protecting IP'. The response from Mike Harvey  in the comments is particularly useful and pragmatic.
Gary Colet

Staying in the Know | MIT Sloan Management Review - 0 views

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    Article on senior managers' 'Personal Knowledge Infrastructure'.
    Davide Nicolini, Prof of Organizational Studies at Warwick Business School and Director of KIN
Gary Colet

The simple rules of disciplined innovation | McKinsey & Company - 1 views

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    "Sophisticated innovators have long recognized that constraints spur and guide innovation. Attempting to innovate without boundaries overwhelms people with options and ignores established practices, such as agile programming, that have been shown to enhance innovation. Without guidelines to structure the interactions, members of a complex organization or ecosystem struggle to coordinate their innovative activities."
Stephen Dale

Machine Learning Goes Mainstream II: Guesswork Automates CRM With Digital Division Of L... - 0 views

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    Google Search itself provides one of the most familiar examples of predictive intelligence. When you enter keywords in the search box, Google predicts what you are interested in and then presents you with results that match that intent. Since it released the first version of its Prediction API in 2010, Google has made some of these methods available to developers. Adoption among developers has not been high because machine learning requires a lot of infrastructure and validation to produce accurate results. Developers have also reported discomfort with basing products on black box APIs.
Stephen Dale

http://assets.teradata.com/resourceCenter/downloads/WhitePapers/THE_VIRTUOUS_CIRCLE_OF_... - 2 views

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    Many companies have invested significantly in
    gathering vast amounts of data, yet they still
    struggle to extract insights, put them to work for
    the business and create truly data-driven
    organisations. The virtuous circle of data explores
    how organisations can spark a chain of events
    through top-down leadership and bottom-up
    employee engagement that creates a culture with
    data at the centre of decision-making.
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    Many companies have invested significantly in
    gathering vast amounts of data, yet they still
    struggle to extract insights, put them to work for
    the business and create truly data-driven
    organisations. The virtuous circle of data explores
    how organisations can spark a chain of events
    through top-down leadership and bottom-up
    employee engagement that creates a culture with
    data at the centre of decision-making.
Gary Colet

What Works - Jonathan Shepherd paper on evidence ecosystems - 0 views

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    How to achieve more effective services - the evidence ecosystem
Stephen Dale

Displaying Visual Information - 0 views

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    "Visual displays are extremely powerful tools, which means manipulation of these tools can spread inaccurate information and influence public perception. The sheer volume of images making their way through the Internet requires viewers to have a higher level of visual literacy than in years before in order to prevent manipulation.

    In this article you'll learn

    The types of displays that can be misleading
    What can be done to make visual displays less misleading"
Stephen Dale

Paper: How Deceptive Are Deceptive Visualizations? - Fell in Love with Data - 1 views

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    "How easy is it to deceive people with visualization?"
Stephen Dale

SharePoint is Back, Yammer... Not So Much - 0 views

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    As Yammer integrates more with Office 365 there seems little point, and little desire from Microsoft, to keep it as a separate product. This isn't to put Yammer down - it's a good tool, has many thankful customers and fulfills a real need for many. But it's clear that Microsoft sees Yammer features (or features inspired and powered by Yammer technology) as parts of Office 365.
Stephen Dale

How much can technology actually improve collaboration? | ZDNet - 0 views

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    Collaboration is a mindset and set of skills. It is also a messy and occasionally frustrating activity, and in the short term can even take longer than not collaborating. But long term, effective collaboration provides far stronger results. But to get there, we must first take a look at ourselves.
Stephen Dale

Top tips on developing your Employee Social Network strategy | simply communicate - 0 views

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    How do you meet the needs of your business and create a social intranet that people actually want to use? Read our 5 stage process to help you simply succeed.
Gary Colet

The Power of Quiet | Ideapod - 0 views

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    The ying and yang of introversion and extroversion
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