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Building the Social Enterprise
Building the Social Enterprise
by Michael Chui, Martin Dewhurst, and Lindsay Pollak of McKinsey & Company Nov 2013
LinkedIn is Great...But Not as Your Community Platform — Mizz Information
LinkedIn is Great...But Not as Your Community Platform — Mizz Information
This blog posting from http://maggiemcgary.com/ in Oct 2013 discusses some of the drawbacks of public communities.
Social Capital Formation Processes
Social Capital Formation Processes
'Belonging' to a Virtual Research Centre: Exploring the Influence of Social Capital Formation Processes on Member Identification in a Virtual Organization. Identification, a person's sense of belonging, is thought to have positive outcomes because those who identify strongly will be more motivated to achieve organizational goals. This study applies a social capital lens in order to highlight how different social capital formation processes contribute to member identification, with a focus on virtual organizations where dispersed membership may ...
Member-Centric Associations
Member-Centric Associations
AssociCom by Bob MacKie March 22, 2013
Member Engagement and Retention
Member Engagement and Retention
AssociCom by Terry Coatta Aug 17, 2011
Your Association’s Social Network: Open Wide
Your Association’s Social Network: Open Wide
by Ry Snell, Associations Now April 15, 2013
The Case for Opening Your Social Networking Platform to Nonmembers: Associations Now
The Case for Opening Your Social Networking Platform to Nonmembers: Associations Now
by: Joe Rominiecki, Associations Now - Apr 17, 2013
AMS & Online Community Providers
AMS & Online Community Providers
Trends: Association Management Systems & Online Community Providers: Associations Now
Pedagogy of the Oppressed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pedagogy of the Oppressed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pedagogy of the Oppressed (Portuguese: Pedagogia do Oprimido), written by educator Paulo Freire, proposes a pedagogy with a new relationship between teacher, student, and society. It was first published in Portuguese in 1968, and was translated by Myra Ramos into English and published in 1970.[1] The book is considered one of the foundational texts of critical pedagogy.
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