There’s no point in knowledge if you don’t share it: collaboration and generosity in the social age

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“In the social age, knowledge itself is no longer power: your ability to synthesise meaning out of multiple sources, your ability to add value, to reinvent yourself and effect change, your generosity of time and expertise, these are the things that add value.”

Dan Aldridge‘s insight:

Great post by Julian Todd about the power of sharing and generosity in the soical age. Knowledge alone isn’t enough. The challenge is to add value to conversations, create meaningful content, collaborate and give to your community. Thanks for the scoop by Ally Greer!

See on julianstodd.wordpress.com

I'm an Enterprise Software blogger, ERP enthusiast, CEO of Performa Apps and Founder of InforLN.com. Love the NFL, basketball, manufacturing, ERP software and charities. Movie fanatic. Total nerd and computer geek. Love gadgets, but like some old school things like a good book. Fan of small business. Believer in the power of social media. Washington, DC native that can't stand politics.

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