An amazing day with Chain Reaction: no moans, many assets, a community march. That’s big society – or Our Society

Social Reporter

We started with the assets, not the problems, after some excellent warm-up facilitation from Chris Grant to help us get to know each other. My contribution yesterday was to suggest that once the many ideas and actions were collated, we might put together a proposition to the Big Society Network , where my friends Steve Moore, Lucy Windmill and the team are developing plans to Convene, Curate, Narrate.

Assets 161

Seeing the whole elephant…

Chris Collison

With processes for learning before and after in place, it’s important to manage the outputs of those processes – and to continue to refine, collate and curate a living, evolving, media-rich “knowledge bank”, from which withdrawals and deposits can be made.

2015 76

Just thinking…

Chris Collison

Curation takes time, and it requires expertise. It’s best played as a team sport rather than an individual perspective – but it makes a huge difference when it comes to creating an asset which educates and informs the reader/learner. Are we planting vast fields of information assets?

2015 62

How to Serve Government A Shitstorm Online #SocialMedia #Auspol #LGBT

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Collate your social assets (tweets, photos whatever). Marketing have technical terms like “curating a database” or “connecting with key influencers” You just have to know which people, which crowds and which buttons to press.

2013 284

Boston E20 Notes: Building an Online Community from Strategy, Planning, and Launch to Effective Engagement and Adoption

Portals and KM

She showed some research that shows the change in relative asset base of S&P companies shifted from tangible assets to intangible assets. In 1982 38% of assets were intangible. In 1999 84% of assets were intangible and I am sure it is higher now.

2012 191

Why BIG’s #ageingbetter programme needs added digital innovation

Social Reporter

I did some preparatory work on asset mapping in the programme, and saw how meticulously the bidding and support have been organised. We curated a lot of resources and contacts in this exploration for the Nominet Trust, into using digital technology for better later life. Using digital technology and asset mapping to tackle social isolation – without special funding.

2014 152

My favourite things…

Chris Collison

We’ve curated displays of awards, posters, t-shirts, stress balls, card games, mugs, books, calendars and quizzes and explored their effectiveness at length. Next month marks my tenth year as an independent consultant.

2015 57

Community activist hub: right problem, wrong solution

Social Reporter

We need people – dare I say social reporters – who help aggregate and curate content for different users, and help people to do that for themselves. That hasn’t happened enough in the past because it is much easier to pitch for funds to build a shiny new hub that it is to do the tough work of weaving together existing assets … what’s known in the offline world as asset based community development.

2011 150

Exploring the new community enablers, and how digital may help them

Social Reporter

The storylines leading towards this exploration have included Networking civil society , Sociable events to build networks , Celebration 2.0 , Games to realise community assets , Digital literacy , the limitations of citizen journalism in community building , and the official and unofficial connectors that may make localism work.

2012 141

Exploring the new community enablers, and how digital may help them

Social Reporter

The storylines leading towards this exploration have included Networking civil society , Sociable events to build networks , Celebration 2.0 , Games to realise community assets , Digital literacy , the limitations of citizen journalism in community building , and the official and unofficial connectors that may make localism work.

2012 141

Business models for communities

Learning Alliances

Curation of a community’s knowledge products or resources (organizing, maintaining, searching services such as a librarian might provide). Managing the different records, representations and intellectual assets that being together produces can in turn have cost implications.

Model 182

Clearing the ground to claim Big Society for ourselves

Social Reporter

At Big Society Network Steve Moore, its new director, is promising a programme to Convene, Curate, Narrate ideas and stories with events and a new web site. Communities and neighbourhoods will take advantage of new rights over assets, land, building and services.

2011 149

Building Big Society giving and doing by making it easier to listen

Social Reporter

But this content doesn’t usually get collected, curated, made accessible to the majority of people who don’t follow Twitter avidly.

2010 197

Research on the Positive Side of the New Web

Portals and KM

Curate unexpected connections: Brands have the opportunity to bring unimagined access to consumers across the globe and should harness the power of connections in more interesting ways.   Companies need to embrace this trend and enable consumers to reimagine and remix brand assets. Actually the new Web, or Web 2.0, has been around for a while now. Here is an interesting study on its positive impact after the many naysayers have spoken up.

2011 130

An Ant’s Eye Point-of-View: Measuring Social Influence

Ant's Eyeview Blog

Reputation Quantification: Turning social reputation into an actionable asset for marketers and customer service is the next evolution of influence monitoring service. An Ant’s Eye Point-of-View is curated and written by Senior Social Business Consultants: Kristy Bolsinger, Joann Jen , Geoff Knox , Ali McCourt , Laura Feeney and Sam Eder.

2011 44

Creating a whole kit (and caboodle) for community enablers and agents of change

Social Reporter

This is just the sort of situation in which social technology, coupled with good curation and facilitation, could help in gathering resources, enabling people to share, promoting both peer-to-peer networking and direct agency-to-citizen support. Teasing out a framework to underpin a kit would demonstrate how they all involve similar aspects of process with different degrees of emphasis: listening, mapping assets, building relationship and networks, organising events, raising funds etc.

2013 146

An Ant’s Eye Point-of-View: Ideation Communities

Ant's Eyeview Blog

How to Turn Social Media Assets Into Social Co-Creation Assets. An Ant’s Eye Point-of-View is curated and written by Senior Social Business Consultants: Kristy Bolsinger, Joann Jen , Geoff Knox , Ali McCourt , Laura Feeney and Sam Eder. Collecting product and services ideas from your customers is a great idea, right?

2011 55

Twitter is Not a Social Network

Alchemy of Change

One of Amazon’s most valuable assets is its user-contributed product reviews, which are essentially just Amazon connecting people who know something about a product with people who want to know something about a product.

An Ant’s Eye Point Of View – Employee Engagement and Getting it Right!

Ant's Eyeview Blog

Given the right set of ingredients you can active your most powerful and high-potential asset: Your Employees. An Ant’s Eye Point-of-View is curated and written by Senior Social Business Consultants: Kristy Bolsinger, Geoff Knox , Ali McCourt , Laura Feeney , Anthony Garcia and Sam Eder. Our people are our most valuable resources in business. In most business operations they also sit in an under-utilized state. No – we’re not talking about productivity.

2012 60

Openness or How Do You Design for the Loss of Control? | Blog | design mind

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

In fact, if they fully leverage the “powers of pull,” these assets will gravitate towards them. Is it IP, in the end, as proprietary “knowledge stocks” ( The Power of Pull ), that serves as a company’s greatest asset or isn’t it rather the ability to attract talent and grant access to knowledge and skills?

Wrap Up of 2nd Annual Community Manager Day: Voices Around the World #CMAD « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Blogs, Tweets, Pictures, and Videos of CMAD around the Globe: Below I’ll curate the interesting voices around the world at the 2nd annual Community Manager Appreciation Day. link] davidarmano A really great aggregation of community manager day assets!

2011 79

What Could the Future of Money Look Like? « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Network

Would knowledge then become a trade-able asset? There are at least four asset- dimensions involved in transactions – objects, ideas/conversations, relationships, and purpose. People are NOT an asset. The relationships between people are the organization’s asset.

Online Educa Berlin 2010 Keynote: Building Networked Learning Environments

SocialTech

We create digital identities online for our children , often before they are born; we meet our temporary and longer term romantic partners, and break up with our existing partners; we create digital memorials to the dead and try and work out what to do with their online identities and assets once they have gone. Networks can be flexible and distributed, working across a wide variety of platforms, connected through RSS aggregation or curated as necessary.

2010 70

More on Trust in the Social Enterprise – confused of calcutta

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The last three posts (in the series of ten) will then look at curation, filtering, innovation, motivation and radical transformation.]. “Children will have a better life, and will be more likely to become healthy, productive assets to the nation rather than liabilities with diminished human development, diminished education, and the message that they are not important – the basis for serious trouble. Skip to content. confused of calcutta. a blog about information. About me.

2012 57

An Idea Worth Spreading: The Future is Networks « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Network

I had no idea how ’seeing patterns’ would be an asset that would bring me any type of opportunity, because I’d never been appreciated for it before. You’ll continue to follow them because what they provide you with is a curated source of information. I would love to see a curated version of Pledgebank.org woven into blogs like EBD, where ideas for enhancing the network could be proposed. emergent by design Home who’s the architect?