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NETWORKING ACTION [Change] Regulators, Learning, Governance and Networks
| MONDAY, JULY 9, 2012
… Change Learning EITI FSC GRI regulation TAIA conference for people concerned with regulation was surprisingly interesting. I went there only because I was invited to speak. Organized with the European Consortium for Political Research, it was a great example of learning from beyond my usual network.…
ELSUA [Change] The KM and Social Computing Culture Changes
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2009
But towards the end of the article he comes to put together a very thought provoking couple of sentences that explain very clearly, in my opinion, the cultural changes that will need to happen, RIGHT NOW , in order for both Social Computing (or Enterprise 2.0, This was the culture change that made KM implementation so much easier in BP.
ALCHEMY OF CHANGE [Change] Change Happens Through People – Even at Walmart
| THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 2011
Part 1 of 4: Marc Gunther just reviewed Force of Change , the story of Walmart’s conversion to sustainable business practices. When the world’s largest public corporation makes any big change, it’s noteworthy. But this change could very well help save the world. Meaningful People Power
NANCY WHITE [Change] About Full Circle | Full Circle Associates
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2008
Please note: I don’t directly employ any of these people. They act, when called, as subcontractors or contractors directly to clients!) I founded Full Circle in 1997 to allow me to to tap both my and my network’s breadth of skills, knowledge and interest in a productive and creative way. To learn — from every client and encounter.
PARTNERING RESOURCES [Change] Herding the Smart Cats: Successful IT Change Leadership
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2012
Herding the Smart Cats: IT Change Leadership. Other times, this is a challenge, like when trying to change behavior. Change could be hard. Employee change management was an early concern and team members came together in the discovery phase of the project to identify stakeholder concerns. It was their friends. Adapt.
LEADER NETWORKS [Change] Social Media=Organizational Change!
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2010
They fundamentally change the nature and way a company does business. the change hits the fan and they are left trying to react to the impact. Online communities are not neutral. All too often, an organization creates a social strategy and thinks nothing will be altered but the tools they will use. And then.
NEIGHBOURHOODS [Change] In the nabe-or-hood: an etymological excursion
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2012
Mobility and change Space and place‘the kids can’t get ice cream. cause the market burned down. and the newspaper sleeping bags. blow down the lane. and that goddam flatbed’s. got me pinned in again’. Tom Waits, ‘In the neighbourhood’ [ Swordfish trombones ] 1982. What does the American use of ‘nabe’ rather than ‘hood’ tell us?
MATHEMAGENIC [Change] PhD recovery plan
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2009
Tags: Changing workplace PhD process life
GREEN CHAMELEON [Change] Blog>> Social Media and a Changing China
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011
Fascinating TED talk on how China is changing and the role social media plays in its evolution
PORTALS AND KM [Change] Will 99¢ Change TV Like it Changed Music?
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2010
This is a question Stewart Mader asks in his blog Future Change s. When Apple introduced the iTunes store with songs priced at 99¢, it changed the “single” part of the music landscape, by allowing consumers to buy only the songs they wanted.” This changed the buying paradigm. I do it all the time. What will you do
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] Summer of Change – Tom Kelly
| SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 2011
This summer, I’ve been sharing some favorites from the interview program I do for the Chronicle of Philanthropy – “Making Change. And given all the brilliant minds I’ve interviewed, finding favorites isn’t easy! Making Change PodcastAnother summer Monday, another great interview! Casey Foundation.
COLLABORATIVE THINKING [Change] Driving Organizational Change with Social & Collaborative Technologies
| FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2011
Driving Organizational Change With Social & Collaborative Technologies. Delivered at Interop, May 2011, Las Vegas. View more presentations from Mike Gotta. . . . Enterprise 2.0 Social Networking & Collaboration
NETWORKING ACTION [Change] Egypt, Network Leadership and Transformation
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2011
However, I feel alarmed at some of the framings being given it by people in the media, and intrigued at the opportunity it provides… Change LeadershipLet me say up front that I have no special knowledge about Egypt and the goings-on.
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] 6 Reasons to Use the Term “Community Benefit Organization”
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2009
Creating visionary change in our communities will take more than just one or two organizations. Tags: Changing the World Words Matter Lately we hear a louder and louder drumbeat to stop using what my friend Mark Riffey calls “the other N word.” Nonprofit. This post will not be about that. Imagine you’re going on a blind date.
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] Making Change!
| THURSDAY, MAY 6, 2010
As I noted in the post that laid out our goals for 2010 , our aim is simple: To change the dominant conversation from a focus on accountability to donors (and the overall means we use to do our work) to a focus on the results we all want - creating visionary community / global change. The debut program of Making Change aired today!
VALUE NETWORKS [Change] The Great Game of Business is Changing to Networks
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2010
New Game Boards for Collaboration and Human-Centric Business The great game of business is changing from a process-centric view of work to a human-centric view of business as value creating networks. Collaboration tools and social networking technologies are gaining rapid traction even in the most traditional of businesses.
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] Bringing People Together to Create Change – Podcast
| MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 2011
Changing the World Community Engagement Making Change PodcastWhen groups begin aiming their work at making more of a difference in their community, they quickly realize that none of us can accomplish much on our own. Individual organizations begin reaching out to others doing similar work. They create plans. Download here from iTunes.
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] Social Entrepreneurship: What’s the Difference?
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2010
The goal of that plan is to help those working to create a humane, vibrant, equitable world reach for their potential to make that change happen. What change is happening because of the way your work is being done, that would not otherwise be able to be achieved? I came up empty-handed. My wondering comes from a practical place.
FRESHNETWORKS [Change] The benefits of using big data and digital technologies inside an organisation
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2013
'We all know that big data and digital technologies are changing the way in which companies understand and interact with their customers. Big data Change management Big Data Google ibm McKinsey social media social media data Unstructured data Google provides an excellent case study of a company that already does this well.
PATTI ANKLAM [Change] The Net Work of Change Agents
| MONDAY, JULY 15, 2013
'Change management has been on my mind a bit of late — especially since I was invited to participate in a panel on the topic in the knowledge management track at the SLA annual conference in San Diego last month. The research base consisted of 68 change initiatives within the UK’s National Health Service. The upshot?
NETWORKING ACTION [Change] Frameworks for Global Change Network Strategy Development
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2011
A couple of weeks ago I spent some time with staff of the UN Global Compact Office (GC). We used some frameworks from my work with Global Action Networks to explore their applicability and potential usefulness for the… Net Dev Global Compact GRI PRI TI
MATHEMAGENIC [Change] Not bloging, identities and Happy New Year :)
| FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2011
What I didn’t realise is that identities change or, to be more specific, some of those many identities in each of us take leading role for a while. Change Me Meta-blogging Uncategorized life blog writing change identityTags: blog writing , change , identity. So here I am :). Untill I stopped working :).
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] Creating the Future - Buckle Up!
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2009
We have a heck of a year in store for social entrepreneurs and funders, for executive directors and board members, for consultants and leaders of management support organizations, for college professors and for anyone else who wants to move beyond just “doing their work - folks who want that work to catalyze community change.
MATHEMAGENIC [Change] Ada Lovelace Day: lessons learnt from my mother
| TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2009
Tags: technology adoption AdaLovelaceDay09 Change
P2P FOUNDATION [Change] How does real change occur: P2P Theory vs. socialist theory
| THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 2009
Marxism, and other forms of socialism based on a ‘a priori’ political struggle to take power and achieve change ‘afterwards’, are in my opinion wrong in their understanding of how fundamental social change can be achieved. But is there any historical precedent for such a form of change.
- [Change] Clustered Networks Spread Behavior Change Faster | Wired Science | Wired.com
The research has important implications for people designing online communities intended to change or maintain a behavior, like weight watchers or online health communities, Centola said. Even when accounting for population differences, it seems, empirically, that high density urban areas are drivers of cultural, aka behavioral, change.
ALCHEMY OF CHANGE [Change] Trust and Networks
| SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 2011
When people trust each other, it’s easier to respond to change in a smart, coordinated way. Democracy & Social Change Engagement, Relationships & Connection Networks & SystemsTrust makes networks work. When trust is high among members of a network, there’s a wonderful cohesiveness and capacity to get work done.
PARTNERING RESOURCES [Change] Lessons from the Octopus: Business Ecosystems, Adaptability, and Change Leadership
| WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 2012
It turns out that there’s plenty to learn from these creatures about adaptability, change leadership, and business ecosystems. When moving from one area of the ocean to another, they rapidly change color to match their surroundings. Business Ecosystems Change Leadership Leadership Team PerformanceImage: Arkive.com. Adapt.
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] A New Year Full of Kindness
| MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 2011
The small steps, then, are to change the systems that assume reality is other than that. Change systems that focus on problem-solving to systems that focus on creating something positive. Change systems that assume we will treat others badly to systems that assume we will choose kindness and compassion. Changing the World
SOCIAL REPORTER [Change] People Powered Change needs ppchange communications
| FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2011
The launch of Big Lottery’s People Powered Change, which I wrote about earlier and have just attended, generated the usual mixed reaction online and in the room from romantics, boosters and critics. There’s lots of aspiration towards this in People Powered Change, but no evident support. million of funding, including £2.2
NANCY WHITE [Change] Educational Change is a Team Sport
| WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2011
Great stuff from Ellen Wagner that resonate with some of the conversations we’ve been having across the #change11 MOOC on Technology, Change and Education. Systemic change calls for many contributors. Transformation demands a clear understanding of what is to be changed, AND the will to see changed implemented.
FRESHNETWORKS [Change] How social media is changing the way we travel
| SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 2010
Many things have changes over this period – I’m older, have travelled a lot more and am now more likely to stay in hotels than camp rough – but the biggest change is the way that social media is helping me do things I could never do back then. Now: This is an area of real change. Image via Wikipedia.
JENNY CONNECTED [Change] The Changing Role of the Learning Facilitator
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2012
pm tonight was initiated by Brenda Kaulback, Lisa Levinson, and Doris Reeves-Lipscomb as a way of reflecting on the changing nature of their work and in the light of their recent participation in open learning environments such as MOOCs. The asynchronous discussion in CPsquare which started at 3.00 pm GMT yesterday and will conclude at 9.00
MATHEMAGENIC [Change] Shrunken communication in distributed teams (the egg of communication :)
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2009
Tags: Changing workplace Digital traces Agile distributed teams informal communication
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] What Does It Mean to “Be the Change We Want to See?”
| WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2009
As it is with each of our Consultant Immersion Courses, the focus began far beyond the question “What do I have to do to effect change in my community? Instead the class began where we begin each time, asking, “What does it mean to be the change I want to see in my community?. What does it mean to be that change?
NANCY WHITE [Change] The Girl Effect - catalyzing positive change
| MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2008
As some of you know, I have been a champion of the GiGis (Girl Geeks in service of the World Cafe community) and have long been a (prejudiced) champion of females in changing the world. Over breakfast today in Bonn, where I’m doing some work this week, my friend Ulf and I were talking about where we have seen positive change take place.
FRESHNETWORKS [Change] Why the changes to @foursquare with #4sq3 are game changing in location-based marketing
| FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2011
has been released, and with it come significant changes that not only change the app experience, but also show that Foursquare is maturing in its use and positions is clearly alongside Facebook Places, the other dominant location-based service. This latest version changes the game in a number of small but important ways.
FRESHNETWORKS [Change] Preparing for significant regulation changes in social media
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2011
My first session on the IAB Social Media Council had us debating the upcoming regulation changes which will see the ASA ’s remit extended to cover marketing on websites from 1st March 2011. So what? The aim is to drive companies to ensure marketing messages on their websites are legal, decent, honest and truthful.
21ST CENTURY ORGANIZATION [Change] "Socially Challenged" - Putting the WHO in Enterprise 2.0 at Frankfurt Workshop
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2010
tools are changing the way work gets done and impacting where control lies. Change the patterns of participation, and you change the organization. Industry change Innovation Knowledge Facilitation Leadership Organizational Networks Organizational Performance Relationship Networks Social Networks Social Tools Web 2.0
MAKING COMMUNITYSENSE [Change] Social Innovation Meetup: “Exploring Labs for Social Change” – presentation notes
| SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 2013
Theme: “Exploring Labs for Social Change” Social innovation labs are very popular as instruments for “changing the system” However, what actually happens in these labs? How do they help accomplish social change? It is changing the way info flows in the world. How do we change values, etc.
MICHELLE LAURIE [Change] Changing the landscape…
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2013
It’s fall in Canada and a season full of change. The leaves change colour, the temperature cools and the wind picks up! I love change and I love fall. This year we are inspired to change our landscape and experience a different culture for a few months. 'Visually Planning Using a Mind Map. Keep in touch online.
FRESHNETWORKS [Change] ‘Horizontal media’ – how social media has changed journalism
| MONDAY, JULY 18, 2011
In a recent article titled “The people formerly known as the audience , The Economist looked at how social media technologies have changed how we gather, filter and distribute news. Jay Rosen , a professor of journalism at New York University, has termed this change “horizontal media. Tweet This! Post on Google Buzz.
PORTALS AND KM [Change] SXSW Notes: Positively Inspired Change Campaigns
| THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2012
This is the session on Positively Inspired Change Campaigns led by Stacey Monk, Founder & CEO, Epic Change and Tom Dawkins, Co-Founder, StartSomeGood.com. Social change agents often use guilt, fear, pity, or outrage to rally an audience around a cause. Stacy shares the stories of change makers in their communities.
NETWORKING ACTION [Change] Some thoughts on Action Research and Large Scale Change
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2013
This is one of a series of guest blogs on large systems change written as part of GOLDEN’s Ecosystems Labs activity. Timely action with people in social systems at … Change Net Dev 'By Hilary Bradbury – Oregon Health & Science University. Basic definitions.
NETWORKING ACTION [Change] e Systems Change or the sound of meditation
| SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2013
This is one of a series of guest blogs on large systems change. . These thoughts have been collected in my mind while cycling in the early morning through the empty streets … Change Net Dev 'By Malcolm McIntosh -Griffith University, Sustainability Institute, Doshisha University.
THE COLLABORATION BLOG [Change] Changes at Collaborate.com
| WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 2013
'Sorry I have not been blogging much in April, but we have been very busy changing things around here, not only content and services, but as you will see even our domain name. But we have to change our mindset before we can change behavior (and make it stick). That is why my new domain is “ [link].”.
VIV MCWATERS [Change] Let’s playfully change the world!
| WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 2011
It won’t come as a surprise to know that I’m completely on board with his call for a revolution [a drastic and far-reaching change in the way we think and behave] – a play revolution. Bulgaria sounds like a really bad country to live and work in based on this TED talk by Steve Keil. That’s right – play. link].
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] Funders Can Change the World
| MONDAY, JULY 5, 2010
That is the question I asked Kathleen Enright, CEO of Grantmakers for Effective Organizations during the latest edition of my podcast for The Chronicle of Philanthropy – Making Change. This 25 minute podcast unpacks layer upon layer of the forces that can move foundations to create more significant social change.
NEIGHBOURHOODS [Change] Hurrah, the citizen voice is here
| TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2011
Wait there's more: 'YSM is about enabling people to make the changes they want to see in their area in their way and not about us imposing ideas from the outside.' Mobility and changeOver on Our Society, Your Square Mile founder Paul Twivy has posted a response to questions posed by Julian Dobson. ' What can this mean?
JOITSKE HULSEBOSCH [Change] How is internet changing the way you think? book review
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011
In 2010 the question was: how is internet changing the way your think? Some people state that the Internet is not really changing their way of thinking, but most of the writers respond it does. And I think it has not yet led to profound changes in the training / education world (but seems to come). see this as the real danger.
JENNY CONNECTED [Change] Constraints and Change in ChangeMooc
| SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2011
There needs to be a balance between the Red Queen Regime, where there is not enough structure, people are always running to stay in the same place, everything happens too fast, there is no creativity or emergence – and the Stalinist Regime where nothing changes because there is too much structure. What could be the reasons for this? link].
NET-MAP TOOLBOX [Change] Is evaluation a cost or an investment?
| FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2011
Change Management Evaluation Monitoring Organizational LearningTurn your evaluation into a catapult (picture by trebuchetstore.com). Or shall I go so far as to say: a waste of money? If your organization sees evaluation as a cost, you might not want to call me just yet, because my tools and approaches won’t work for you.
MANAGING COMMUNITIES [Change] How to Make Changes to Your Community (without the Backlash)
| MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 2011
For me, it relates to the general issue of change on communities and what you can do to make your changes more [.]. photo credit: music2fish2 (eric lanning) ren asked: “What [do you] do when upgrading to new software causes a downturn in user engagement? How [do you] get it back? Thanks for the question, ren.
NEIGHBOURHOODS [Change] Hurry up please, it’s time for discourse
| FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2012
Originally it meant running hither and thither, with an obsolete meaning (according to Merriam-Webster) of 'social familiarity' Mobility and changeIn any neighbourhood there are several kinds of time. And it doesn’t take long to pinpoint some of the other kinds of time, such as -. children’s time. older residents’ time.
MATHEMAGENIC [Change] What a coffee corner provides, how to call it and a research agenda
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2009
Tags: Changing workplace Chapter 7.
P2P FOUNDATION [Change] Technological Change Is Drastically Reducing the Efficient Scale Size
| MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2012
As long as risk preferences do not change, permitting the reintegration of capital in real production (increasingly of smaller scale), the root cause of the crisis will continue to operate. From the production organization point of view, what happens is that technological change is drastically reducing the efficient scale size.
NEIGHBOURHOODS [Change] The curse of the free rider
| WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2009
' So the business model changes slightly, but hopefully the idea is not in danger. Tags: Mobility and change Theft and vandalism continue to plague the Paris self-service bicycle hire scheme, Vélib ('la ville est plus belle a velo'). The scheme in Lyon apparently has been less troublesome. Via Regen and Renewal.
NETWORKING ACTION [Change] Rio+20: Large systems change experience reflection
| SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 2012
What does Rio +20 have to do with global change? It presents itself all about “change” and “transformation”…but what’s the strategy with the event? Consider the way things are organized. The NGOs are in tents on the beautiful Flamengo Beach; … Net Dev
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] Aiming with Clear Intent
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2010
Once you’ve listened, please join the discussion that is in progress at LinkedIn, where we will dive into the question of just what it is organizations are holding themselves accountable for. (If you have not already joined the Making Change group at LinkedIn, you can join the group AND the conversation at this link.) Casey Foundation.
ELSUA [Change] Overcoming Resistance to Change – Isn’t It Obvious?
| TUESDAY, JULY 20, 2010
In short, resistance to change anything. How much longer before we all realise that change is inevitable, after all? Change is always a hard job to carry out successfully, specially within a working environment where everything seems to work just fine. Well, may be. But then again, may be not! But for how long? For all of us!
NET-MAP TOOLBOX [Change] Is “development 2.0? the same as “agile international development”?
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2011
start-ups) is how to institute these radical changes in large hierarchical organizations. am sure that people who help a large command and control organization like this become more flexible would have some experience to share that would be useful for people who are interested in changing the way they work with or in the UN , USAID or gtz.
FRESHNETWORKS [Change] Facebook mobile changes for iOS
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2011
Last week Facebook made some changes to how its platform works for mobile apps, and I wanted to highlight 3 of them which I think are particularly interesting: A new mobile and web app. One of the challenges faced when building Facebook apps in the past has been how to make them accessible to mobile users. Bookmarks. Requests. Tweet This!
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] Name Change: The Final Decision Needs Your Wisdom
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 2010
If you are new to the issue we are addressing in this post – changing the name of the Community-Driven Institute – come up to speed here. We have spent months discussing both the process of changing the name and the name itself. With that, several key decisions remain. Now more than ever, we really need your wisdom. Thanks!
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] Blurring the Dividing Lines
| FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 2011
I can’t get through a day anymore without at least one conversation about blurring lines – how different players in the social change arena can work together better, learn from each other, avoid duplication, create new organizational forms that aren’t stuck in the old “business vs. nonprofit” paradigm. More Effective Question. Not mine.
EMODERATION [Change] Facebook changes help admins without third party tools
| FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2012
These roles are fixed by Facebook: page owner cannot change the priviledges associated with each. Levels can be changed from the “admin roles” panel within the “edit page” dashboard. The third party tools still offer huge benefits to Page admins, but these two changes will definitely improve the lot of those not using them.
EMODERATION [Change] Facebook makes major changes to Pages
| WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2010
In yet another sweeping change, Facebook has announced that it will, as of this week, be removing the handy sidebar boxes from all profiles. What does this tab width change mean? If you’ve created a custom tab, you need to change the width to 520 pixels. TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need. One for one”.
THE BUMBLE BEE [Change] The River Diagram: Strategic community change management
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2011
I am always on the lookout for good simple visualisation techniques to support change management. In other words you start with a Maturity Model for the particular Change Management area you are working on. The River Diagram idea is quite straightforward. These could be separate groups or different teams or units in a big organization.
MATHEMAGENIC [Change] Why sharing a team room might be not so good
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2009
Strong reliance on sharing a space usually means that there are not many backup information flows (to revisit from a distance or later) and that communication practices are not well articulated (so it’s difficult to change them or “move to another – digital – format if the need arises).
21ST CENTURY ORGANIZATION [Change] Hazel Henderson & Hopenhagen: The Challenge of Change
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2009
Time to Change. Changing mindsets and practices is no easy feat. To create a grassroots movement that’s powerful enough to influence change." The campaign grew from UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon's concern to raise public awareness around the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen December 7.
SOCIAL REPORTER [Change] How helpful is journalism for People Powered Change? Further thoughts.
| SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 2011
The Big Lottery People Powered Change programme aims to fund, support and inspire community level activity across the country, and as well as the many, many small grants given to groups under various programmes, ppchange is funding infrastructure: that’s what the Media Trust grant is about, together with four others announced in March.
EMODERATION [Change] The Facebook Pages redesign - what's changed and what does it mean?
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2011
I'm still checking out the Page design changes which Facebook released last week and garnering opinions on them. When you log in, you're given a brief tour of the changes and an option to upgrade to them (which will be compulsory on March 10th - at least in the US). On balance do you think the changes are mostly improvements?
ELSUA [Change] Social Computing Training Is All About Changing People’s Behaviours
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2010
am not sure whether you may have noticed the slight difference, perhaps, with other training strategies on social computing adoption available out there, but Intel’s puts the money right where it should well be: not on the social tools themselves, but on changing and adapting people’s behaviours. After all, Web 2.0
ALCHEMY OF CHANGE [Change] Consumer No More: How the Web Changes Us
| TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 2011
The web has changed a lot of things about the way we consume media. It’s flipped our primary communications infrastructure from a one-way, to a two-way flow of information – and that change in the way we communicate is redefining who we are. Now to be fair, the web does change a few things about advertising. Great.
MANAGING COMMUNITIES [Change] Google+ Communities Don’t Change Anything (and That’s Fine)
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2012
Please Update Your ManagingCommunities.com RSS Feed Subscription This feed has moved to: [link] I apologize for the trouble. For more details, please read my post on the matter. Thank you. Developing Your Community
NANCY WHITE [Change] Seize the Change Panel - Page 2
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2010
Choconancy1 posted a photo: Seize the Change Panel - Page 2.
NET-MAP TOOLBOX [Change] Being a leader without being the boss
| WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2011
We’ve all been there and maybe you are there today: You feel responsible for the success of an initiative, change process or project but have little or no formal authority to tell people what to do. Well, whether ordering people to do stuff actually leads to sustainable change is a different question. and what lights your fire?
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] The Problem with Being an Expert
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2010
hope that will soon change. And I am beginning to wonder if the assumption of expertise isn’t one of the pre-conditions to changing those systems. Without a change in assumptions, systems will not change. What stops the Community Benefit Sector from achieving its potential to build a healthy, vibrant world? Walls go up.
NEIGHBOURHOODS [Change] Power points
| WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2012
Mobility and changeI’m a bit late catching up with this, but it’s too good to pass over. m surprised there weren’t more examples of civic mutual aid and self-help; perhaps they just remain undiscovered. So let’s turn to the comments, one or two of which reveal the tortuous brainlessness of the anti-public-service, Don’t-Tax-Me mentality.
MADE BY MANY [Change] We should all do a start-up project and change the world
| TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2011
Heidi calls it, " An experiential shift to drive real empathy and change" We may not all make the next Instagram , Tumblr or Angry Birds but we can now all make big changes that inspire and transform everyone around us, and our world. A wonderful debate is raging. Can agencies make stuff? What’s stopping you from starting
SOCIAL ABACUS [Change] Measuring, changing behavior
| THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2012
Source: Nike.com/fuelband With more people trying to crack the social media measurement nut, my focus has shifted to the study of behavior change. it's easy to lose sight of what most people are interested in: effects and impact, or in other words attitude and behavior change. Better awareness of our behaviors is critical.
NET-MAP TOOLBOX [Change] What is the best network structure?
| FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2011
case studies Change Management Evaluation International development Monitoring Social NetworksIt's easy: The one with the biggest trophy has to be the best - but how do you judge what's the best network structure? Beauty contest winners, copyright by "What makes the Pie Shops Tick?" Both structures have pros and cons.
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Change] Social Business Implementation Challenges - Metrics, Risk, and Change Management
| SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2012
According to the report, organizations that have experienced the most success in social business approaches have made fundamental changes in the way employees work. 3) Change management is a critical requirement for embedding successful social business practices in an organization. ". Change is a risk. My Comments.
NETWORKING ACTION [Change] Two Mapping Approaches for Change Networks
| MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 2011
Last week I presented maps for a Renew Boston (RB) group. Although the maps are preliminary, they provide a good illustration of how the two methodologies used can be complementary. They present a nice case study about use of… Net Dev mapping
- [Change] Climate Change, Poverty and The Great Horse Poo Debate of 1898
TITLE: Climate Change, Poverty and The Great Horse Poo Debate of 1898. DISCUSSING CLIMATE CHANGE. climate change” – does anyone NOT have an opinion? Even if it’s “I wish they’d shut up about climate change” it’s still on our radar, in a big way. blogs social media cars climate change horse poo manureSolar power?
CHRIS COLLISON [Change] What stops us from putting knowledge into action?
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012
Some possibilities: It’s much easier to write a document than see a change through to completion. It’s too difficult to find the owner of the process which needs changing. Although I wrote the recommendation, I’m not 100% confident that we should change the process for everyone. Our BMW is nearly 8 years old now.
CHRIS CORRIGAN [Change] Mutations are the way to make change
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2013
Social change is littered with ideas like “taking things to scale” which implies that if you just work hard enough, the things you will do will become popular and viral and will take over the world. They can withstand all kinds of threats and massive changes, This is a GOOD THING. That which we desire to change is US.
ELSUA [Change] Changing the World One Idea at a Time
| TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2013
So as I get to prepare myself for the upcoming European World Tour I will be embarking on shortly I just couldn’t help get reminded of the power of changing the world through a rather simple, yet, incredibly inspiring action: the sharing of ideas. Pretty much like March, after the rather long winter months. but it is totally worth it.
NEIGHBOURHOODS [Change] Parking traumas
| SATURDAY, JULY 13, 2013
Mobility and change Neighbourhood relations 'A recent survey carried out for the AA suggests that one third of neighbour disputes is car-related: ‘An AA-Populus. survey of 23,450 AA members (11-17 June 2013) found that 33% of neighbour bust-ups are rooted in car-related disputes.’. Two related thoughts.
NET-MAP TOOLBOX [Change] Net-Mapping at Agile Coach Camp, Columbus, Ohio
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2011
career coaching case studies Change Management facilitation notes from the field Organizational Learning UncategorizedThese fish are ready for the next cocktail party! copyright by Sugar Daze on Flickr). But after getting used to the feeling, I can just recommend to any flounder or herring to attend a cocktail party every once in a while.
EMODERATION [Change] Proposed changes to the defamation law will affect online publishers
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2011
Last week a joint committee of peers and MPs published their report into the Government's draft Bill revising the UK's defamation laws. The revisions are manifold and aimed in part at reducing the amount of 'libel tourism' and also supporting complainants who cannot afford to make a legal challenge to those with bigger pockets. legal moderation
JENNY CONNECTED [Change] Change MOOC starts Mon 12th Sept 2011….
| SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2011
Details about this particular MOOC about Change: Education, Learning and Technology can be found here [link] and the weekly schedule can be found here: Change MOOC Schedule. More information about Change MOOC 2011 can be found in this slideshow: MOOC2011. …. with an orientation week.
FRESHNETWORKS [Change] Changes to Twitter: bringing in the ‘news feed’
| THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 2011
Twitter is rolling out two new changes to its web app from today. Until now, Twitter’s success has been in its simplicity. It shows you a timeline of simple text based updates from your friends, offering you the option to reply, share content or favourite for later. The ‘@mentions’ tab. Tweet This! Share this on Facebook.
NEIGHBOURHOODS [Change] More evidence that driving kids to school isn’t helpful
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2013
Mobility and changeQuick heads-up for another Sarah Goodyear article in the Atlantic , discussing research showing an association between exercise on the way to school with ability to concentrate. She refers to a survey of nearly 20,000 Danish children and young people aged between five and 19. Nor have been since.
FRESHNETWORKS [Change] The market research industry needs to change. Here’s why.
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2013
Because business is changing at a dramatic rate and if we want to help our clients achieve growth both they, and we as an industry, need to think about doing things differently. What’s changed? It’s not just the business landscape that’s changing, consumers are too: 91% of people keep their phones within 3 feet of them 24 hours a day.
HILDY GOTTLIEB [Change] The Hummingbird’s Lesson
| SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, 2009
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FRESHNETWORKS [Change] The ten things businesses should know about innovation
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2012
Freshnetworks’ Consultant (Change) Sarah Platts recently attended a business event run by the OUBS business school, which focused on the topic of innovation. Innovation doesn’t need to be big and complex , just like change in fact. Again, like change. Tweet. Here’s her quick summary of 10 key points raised: 1. SaaS).
SOCIAL REPORTER [Change] BIG’s People Powered Change may catalyse a more bottom-up big society
| SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 2011
With the launch this week of People Powered Change , the Big Lottery sets out its plans for a distinctive niche in the Big Society agenda , supporting local bottom-up community projects. BIG Lottery Fund is refreshing its England wide portfolio of programmes around the concept of People Powered Change. Credit due for transparency).
NEIGHBOURHOODS [Change] Behaviour change, my arse
| WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2011
And all credit to Dave for putting his hand up to challenge the snide 'behaviour change' rhetoric. see no sign of this state of affairs improving, and 'behaviour change' and the fashionable rhetoric about getting ordinary people to 'learn to innovate' etc seems to confirm that decline. How scary is that?
NET-MAP TOOLBOX [Change] Agile international development?
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2011
Responding to change over following a plan. was once in a project meeting where the donor representative said: “You know, this is a learning project, so if you realize in the middle of it that you need to change your approach, that is fine.” “We are uncovering better ways of developing. Continue to improve.
- [Change] Online Community Rituals: Social Niceties and Change
Every social network has it’s way of saying, showing, and responding to regular patterns of behaviour. . This is one of the little stories I tell in class. can’t remember where I first heard/read it, but whether it’s true or not, I think it highlights something (not sure what :P) . How rude! . On Twitter? SilkCharm Thanks!
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