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Januar 2017

Organizational Memory as a Competitive Advantage

Abstract: This article develops an approach to bring the beauty of human memory to organizational memory design. Designing the practices and processes of organizational memory can improve an organization's competitive position. The model of the organizational memory cube is proposed for a first classification to show the road to becoming a more data-driven organization through memory design.The Beauty of Human MemoryHuman remembering is one of the most powerful features of the human intellect. It gives individuals a chance to relate to the past and to the passing of time....

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Erstes Treffen der Agile Usergroup Unterfranken in 2017

Als ich via XING die Einladung zum Treffen der Agile UG in Würzburg bekam, sagte ich spontan zu. Da ich in Bayern wohne und der Weg nach Würzburg für mich kürzer als der nach Frankfurt ist, war meine Teilnahme nicht nur thematisch ›naheliegend‹.Das TreffenUm 18:30 Uhr war Treffpunkt bei der Mayflower GmbH, dem Gastgeber der Usergroup. Erster WIP war das Kennenlernen bei Pizza und freien Getränken. Nachdem dieser Task erfoglreich abgeschlossen wurde, ging es weiter zum nächsten WIP Kanban-Game. Ziel des Spiels getKanban ist es, spielerisch den Umgang mit dem...

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First steps with dkdeploy-typo3-cms

A couple of days ago we at dkd Internet Service GmbH released dkdeploy-typo3-cms as open source. dkdeploy-typo3-cms is a plugin for the Ruby-Gem Capistrano which extends the Rake DSL with methods specifically to run commands on servers. Perfectly suited for remote server automation and deployment.This blogpost will guide you through your first steps on setting up and deploying a TYPO3 CMS Introduction package.For your convenience we created an example project on GitHub you should use to get started unless you consider yourself familiar with Capistrano.We will use...

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The landscape of TYPO3 semantic extensions

Last week we showed in a post how to enable the hidden schema.org feature in TYPO3. The schema.org support of this feature was severely restricted. In this post, we look at three vendor TYPO3-Extensions that support semantic annotation features. If you search for "semantic" or "schema.org" in the TER, you can find two extensions: "px_semantic" and "rte_schema". In addition, my colleague at dkd, Johannes Goslar, developed an "annotation" Extension as a part of his bachelor thesis and the work in the EU project ForgetIT with the topic "Semantics for the TYPO3 CMS".In this...

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The hidden schema.org support in TYPO3

Web pages are easy to consume by people. But for machines like search engines, most websites are just unstructured data that is hard to understand.In 2011, four major search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo, and Yandex) launched schema.org to create and support a common set of schemas for structured data markup on web pages. Today, schema.org is the most widely used markup for schemas.Enriching your website with schema.org markup enables you to describe the meaning of a web page for search engines. Search engines use this information to gain a better understanding of the web...

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