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From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories

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2007). Additional information on this project and extended case studies will be published in a forthcoming book, Science on the Internet (Olson, Zimmerman, & Bos, 2007). Grudin, 1994; DeSanctis & Gallupe, 1987) has classified technology as to how well it supported different task types and different configurations of local and distant workers. The technique chosen needed to be flexible enough to both classify and describe, so elements of extreme and deviant case sampling, which pays special attention to unusual or atypical cases, were incorporated. JCMC Home.

Toward a New Knowledge Society

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Slideshow Statistics. Slide 1: Toward a Future Knowledge Society Stephen Downes VENUS Seminars Gebruary 14, 2007 Slide 2: Once upon a time there was order We had two types of knowledgeâ?¦ content author, publisher, classifier) Distributed metadata â?? © 2008 SlideShare Inc. Slideshare.net (beta). My Slidespace. Upload. Community. Widgets. Latest. |. Most Viewed. |. Most Embedded. |. Featured. |. Most Favorited. |. Most Downloaded. |. Slidecasts. Uploading. Download not available The user has chosen not to allow download of this file. All Comments (3). downes.

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Hard Data to Justify Your Marketing Automation Investment

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It includes five pages of properly sourced industry statistics from Aberdeen , Forrester , Gartner and SiriusDecisions. Statistics include: • 16.5% These follow a standard format: use performance to classify companies as best-in-class (top 20%), average (mid 50%) and laggard (bottom 30%) companies, and then look at differences the business processes and technology. Summary: So you want some hard numbers to prove the value of marketing automation? Here's a bunch. Since this is a question that comes up pretty often, I figured I’d share some of the more useful results.