How our workshop game confirmed all digital adoption is personal

Social Reporter

The challenge for the session was how to offer people online opportunities, digital devices and support when everyone’s interests are different. The Government wants more people online for their own benefit, and to digitise public services, but one size doesn’t fit all.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Cartoon by Michael Leunig (thanks to Mia for the link) A week ago I wrote an article linking business risk, business sustainability and business resilience,arguing that the best way to get companies to pay attention to theirsocial and environmental actions is to frame the challenge as abusiness risk and business sustainability issue, rather than somethingbusiness should do just out of a sense of responsibility.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Cartoon by Michael Leunig (thanks to Mia for the link) A week ago I wrote an article linking business risk, business sustainability and business resilience,arguing that the best way to get companies to pay attention to theirsocial and environmental actions is to frame the challenge as abusiness risk and business sustainability issue, rather than somethingbusiness should do just out of a sense of responsibility.

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Links of the Quarter: June 2019

How to Save the World

cartoon by the great Australian cartoonist Costa A ; thanks to Ben Pennings for the link. The UK Brexit Morass: Jonathan Pie brilliantly castigates the UK government for its unbelievable mishandling of Brexit. cartoon by Keith J.

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Links of the Quarter: September 29, 2015

How to Save the World

Even for people who accept the fact of global warming, the problem can be framed in many different ways—a crisis in global governance, a market failure, a technological challenge, a matter of social justice, and so on—each of which argues for a different expensive solution.

2015 91

Links of the Quarter: December 2018

How to Save the World

Cartoon by the awesome Michael Leunig. Here’s an excellent 8-part explanation of why our economy is so fragile and over-extended, and what it will mean when it collapses beyond the capacity of bankrupt governments to put back together, from economist Mari Werner.

2018 75

A Cynical Guide to Power and Organizational Dynamics

How to Save the World

And as Joel Bakan’s The Corporation explained (and Hugh Macleod’s cartoon above satirizes), large profit-driven organizations are necessarily pathological. New Yorker cartoon by Charles Barsotti. from GapingVoid.com by Hugh Macleod.

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News Updates (July 29, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Government 2.0. From Australia, " As governments and the public sector start to do the same [get value from Web 2.0], they will encounter the same challenge as others have, which is that these new tools don’t just change structures and processes, they change behaviour as well.

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Links of the Month: November 8, 2013

How to Save the World

cartoon by Charles Barsotti from The New Yorker. cartoon by Roz Chast from The New Yorker. Canada’s right-wing government promptly announced they wouldn’t even consider it. cartoon by Dana Fradon from the New Yorker.

2013 93

We Have No Choice

How to Save the World

New Yorker cartoon by the late Charles Barsotti. I may change my personal beliefs on some subject, but only if my past conditioning has been to challenge what I currently believe, and if the change is consistent with what I’ve been conditioned to believe anyway.

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Links of the Quarter: March 2018

How to Save the World

cartoon by David Sipress in The New Yorker. Political entities from nations to states/provinces to municipalities will remain stable or roughly as they have been for the last 70 years or so, as will governments. cartoon by Will McPhail in The New Yorker.

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Links of the Month: July 15, 2013

How to Save the World

Silhouette Man Explains Education: A cartoon infographic explains why the Nordic countries’ free education policy makes so much more sense than the oppressive-student-debt policies of the US. cartoon by clay bennett. cartoon by Nick Anderson in Houston Chronicle.

2013 84

Himmelman Model - Networking Collaboration Cooperation Coordination

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

I think of a recent New Yorker cartoon in which a kindergartner approaches the teacher, points to his pal, and says, “Billy wont collaborate." " It’s funny in the cartoon, but what does the kindergartner mean? When the coalition takes a controversial point of view, the mayor or state government may get angry and attack the coalition. Sharing becomes more challenging when the topic is resources.

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Links of the Quarter: June, 2016

How to Save the World

cartoon by the late, wonderful Charles Barsotti. Much of my young life was, sadly, full of the struggling, depression, and anxiety of the seeker in Charles’ cartoon above. cartoon by Michael Leunig. David Sipress cartoon from The New Yorker.

2016 73

An Economy That Works for Us

How to Save the World

According to this logic, government shouldn’t intrude through minimum wages, high taxes on top earners, public spending to get people back to work, regulations on business, or anything else, because the “free market” knows best. cartoon by hugh mcleod at gapingvoid.

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Links of the Quarter: April 2, 2016

How to Save the World

Cartoon by Jonathan Roth from Is It Utopia Yet? You Can’t Not Buy From Us: The Corporatist UK government moves to ban ethical boycotts of its cronies’ businesses. Mutts cartoon by Patrick McDonnell.

2016 73

The Cognitive Dissonance of the New Yorker and the NYT

How to Save the World

cartoon by David Sipress from (of course) the New Yorker. I read articles and books that promise new knowledge, insight, ideas or perspectives on the huge energy, economic and ecological challenges facing us now, as our civilization accelerates into collapse.

2013 90

Grimly Letting Go of the Old Story

How to Save the World

cartoon by David Sipress from the New Yorker. The Occupy movement tried to challenge this, but the movement is dormant.

2014 101

Links of the Month: November 19, 2011

How to Save the World

Cartoon by Mark Hurwitt. I have spent ten years coming to this conclusion, ten years of questioning and challenging and studying and re-thinking everything I have been taught to believe. Cartoon by Marco Marilungo , needs no translation.

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The Metamovement’s Message: “We’re Not Buying It Any More”

How to Save the World

You have to begin doing something that doesn’t depend on exposing the “enemy” You have to begin becoming the solution yourself instead of just protesting and challenging the enemy.

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Links of the Month: Sunday, June 8, 2014

How to Save the World

That’s why I’d argue that in the rich part of the world there has been a huge amount of self-righteous finger-pointing that is not only delusional but may well be detrimental to how we deal with the collective challenges ahead. cartoon by jim benton.

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Links of the Month: October 24, 2011

How to Save the World

Cartoon by Matthew Diffee in The New Yorker. The delays and challenges of crossing the border get worse every trip, and I am filled with unease every moment I’m in the Paranoid States of America. The extreme right-wing Canadian federal and Alberta governments don’t care.

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Links of the Month: May 6, 2012

How to Save the World

cartoon by Adrian Raeside in the Victoria Times-Colonist. cartoon from the New Yorker by David Jacobson.

2012 75

Resilience Networks

How to Save the World

cartoon by lynda barry. Sam wrote back: I think the greatest hole in our society is effective support for activities that people might do on their own (outside of the context of large corporations, institutions, or government). Invitation/Eliciting/Challenging/Partner-finding (i.e.

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Links of the Month: April 16, 2013

How to Save the World

Political collapse: Governments go bankrupt. The War on Terra: Biting look from Juice Media at what the governments of Canada and Australia are doing to contribute shamelessly and disproportionately to climate change. cartoon by arnie levin in the new yorker.

2013 86

Theo’s History of the 19th Century

How to Save the World

It would not have been that hard to travel by horse-drawn wagon or coach from Boston to Albany and then to Niagara (then the site of government of Upper Canada), and thence petition for land deeper in the new territories. The British accepted the union but rejected responsible government.

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The AppGap » Connecting … Virtual Teams: News, views, and reviews of Work 2.0 tools, apps and practices

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

I do think that while people can establish cordial relationships virtually, that they miss not only the serendipity of water cooler, coffee pot, or hallway encounters, they don’t get to see how people decorate their cubicles: photos, awards, name tags, posters, cartoons, books on the bookshelf.

Enterprise 2.0 = Emergence Software | innovation Creators

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

Instead of being in charge of a hiarchy of defined solutions, the CIO takes on the role of the standards used to govern interactions. innovation Creators Successful innovation is not about the ideas or inventions; it’s about the people. About Videos Whitepapers Enterprise 2.0 = Emergence Software October 10th, 2006 There is something very interesting happening in the field of enterprise technology. I called part of it Web Office. Ismael Ghalimi called it Office 2.0.

innovation Creators " Email is critical to Enterprise 2.0 and Office 2.0

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

It’s easy, there are few compatibility issues, and it does have some ways of governing access control. has already started may be advertently or inadvertently but we cant expect the completer changes overnight and it has its own challanges and i am trying to find out these challenges when adopting this new things in corparote culture. innovation Creators Successful innovation is not about the ideas or inventions; it’s about the people.

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