Social Networks And Group Formation - Boxes and Arrows: The design behind the design

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Read more at Going Social Now more about Shiv Stories by Shiv Singh Practical Strategies for Creating a Successful Intranet [1 Comment] Value-Driven Intranet Design [3 Comments] Making Knowledge Management Work on your Intranet [2 Comments] A Web 2.0 ACM Press: Chicago, Illinois.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Network

emergent by design Home who’s the architect? It seems like the wealth of the entire nation is being funneled right to a couple thousand fortunate people, and all of us are still working pretty damn hard to make ends meet, yet ultimately supporting that model. It doesn’t have to be professionally designed, it can be a simple free blog, but you need to have a place where you show off your work, whatever your work may be.

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Identity Online

Jenny Connected

A Model of Digital Identity Formation in Online Learning Networks. People and societies: Rom Harré and designing the social sciences (pp. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago. This week has seen the last Networked Learning Conference Hotseat for this year – Managing your Online Learner Identity. Having followed the Hotseat discussions, the topic seems to have raised more questions than it has answered.

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Alchemy of Change

tags: information design infographic. You don’t make widgets: why design is about function, not things — dMASS. The same idea can be applied to business models. tags: design mission function. A third important aspect of 3D printing is its potential to disrupt business models and current approaches to supply chain management, as well as reduce the resources needed to transport goods. Design. Strategy Leadership & the Soul – YouTube.

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Access to a world of practice

Learning Alliances

For that it helps to have formal models of some sort, so we can make sense of, and further enable, learning at individual, community and environmental levels. Formal models also help us to not romanticize communities, too.). Here’s an overview of the OODA model.

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Exploring the Divided Brain – Where can we go for truth?

Jenny Connected

Good science is always aware of its limitations, but science cannot discover the purpose of life nor tell us about God’s nature or existence and science promotes the use of models. There is always a model whether we are aware of it or not, but the model we choose determines what we find.

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Identity Online

Jenny Connected

A Model of Digital Identity Formation in Online Learning Networks. People and societies: Rom Harré and designing the social sciences (pp. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago. This week has seen the last Networked Learning Conference Hotseat for this year – Managing your Online Learner Identity. Having followed the Hotseat discussions, the topic seems to have raised more questions than it has answered.

Annotated Bibliography: Background For Literature Review Project

Collaborative Thinking

Instead, it should be examined as one of many different types of communication models and how media affects interpersonal and societal relationships. The author is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Chicago. For instance, the authors include a model that maps the four contradictions to epistemic actions (actions that uncover information). This can help not only researchers but also designers and managers of online community spaces (e.g.,

About Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Technology steward, designer and builder of online interaction spaces (events, teams, learning groups). tools and approaches and community and instructional design. Strong emphasis on the design, deployment and evaluation of productive online interaction spaces. Design, implement and moderate/facilitate online communities and workgroups.

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"Collaboration and Community" by Scott London

John Tropea - Delicious Community

How does it differ from other models of cooperation? 16] Collaboration vs. Other Models of Cooperation Collaborative partnerships can be broadly grouped under two headings: those aimed at resolving conflicts and those designed to develop and advance shared visions for the future.[17] where the need and intent is to change fundamentally the way services are designed and delivered."

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About Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Technology steward, designer and builder of online interaction spaces (events, teams, learning groups). tools and approaches and community and instructional design. Strong emphasis on the design, deployment and evaluation of productive online interaction spaces. Design, implement and moderate/facilitate online communities and workgroups.

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[KMers] Training Community Managers and Facilitators

Elsua

4:03 pm Ridgehead: Matt Haggerty, Ridgehead Software, Chicago – hello everyone #KMers. 4:33 pm johanlammers: Q4 Is there a clearcut model, steps or approach out there that might be very helpful as a framework for starting community managers? 4:53 pm mneff: Be a role model.

Collaboration – If it Were That Easy We Would all Do It – Well

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Collaboration needs to be deliberately designed and managed in order to maximize effectiveness and the value of the outcome. The 5 Collaboration Models As you define the goals and objectives, translate these into a basic collaboration model or platform.

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Can British cities learn from US ‘networked localism’? : RSA blogs

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Design and Society. So, for example, the Seattle Minimum Wage Task Force took evidence and exchanged ideas with city and business leaders from Chicago, San Francisco, New York, Philadelphia and San Jose. In this time of changes, there’s some connecting we can do locally, but it’s so important to share the model. Design. RSA BLOGS RSS FEED. Arts and Society. Education Matters. Enterprise. Fellowship. Recovery. Social Brain. Social Economy. Adam Lent.

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About Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Technology steward, designer and builder of online interaction spaces (events, teams, learning groups). tools and approaches and community and instructional design. Strong emphasis on the design, deployment and evaluation of productive online interaction spaces. Design, implement and moderate/facilitate online communities and workgroups.

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About Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Technology steward, designer and builder of online interaction spaces (events, teams, learning groups). tools and approaches and community and instructional design. Strong emphasis on the design, deployment and evaluation of productive online interaction spaces. Design, implement and moderate/facilitate online communities and workgroups.

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Knowledge Jolt with Jack: The Art of Building Virtual Communities

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The burning question for many of us trying to establish educational CoPs is how to design a VLC that is compelling enough that it will compete successfully for the attention of busy educators?

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More collaboration

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

And it prompts me to wonder if James Rs model is actually more of a maturity profile around the management of collaboration tools than about tool adoption per se. My experience, though, is that we need to "capture the high ground" in these models, explicitly including the longer-term vision. Without this, these models are too quickly ignored when a "sexier" approach comes along.

DavidSibbet.com: Facilitation Mastery: Experiencing the Four Flows

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

What these photos do not show, of course, is the rich process of facilitated design meetings that we led as a way of generating this material. Partners for Change Model These are two supportive visuals for a Partners for Change model I co-designed with Sissel Waage and Ruth Rominger.

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Logic+Emotion: The Micro-Sociology of Networks

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Logic+Emotion Home About Me About You About My Employer Design Strategy Writing Speaking Visual Thinking Subscribe (RSS) Archives The Fine Print David Armano is senior partner at Dachis Corp. Logic+Emotion exists at the intersection of business, design + the social enterprise.

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Collaboration tools

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

As ever, James is practical & clear in his thinking and suggests a 5 phase model (0-4) for organisations thinking about collaboration. These rich networks will almost certainly be a federated model. And I wholly agree that the model looks too static, at all levels and phases of the progress. Engineers without Fears Tuesday, September 11, 2007 Collaboration tools James Robertson has been thinking about collaboration tools. Which is interesting because I have as well.

Collaborative Culture, or the Real Enterprise 2.0

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Collaboration And when we add this all up, we are developing a more effective model of the organization, one in which collaboration plays a major role. But yet the c-level what organisation wide-sharing…alter the design I tell ya :P Leave a Response Processing.

Links of the Month: November 30, 2012

How to Save the World

“ They don’t want to train people on the job anymore ,” she says, marking a shift away from the apprenticeship model that defined many sectors in the economy before the recession. illustration from my book Finding the Sweet Spot.

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Distracted

How to Save the World

In addition to Eisenstein’s Sacred Economy I had been reading Chris Ware’s brilliantly-drawn box of comics Building Stories, a set of 14 graphic novels about the inhabitants of a 3-story apartment building in Chicago. Economies evolve, they aren’t designed.

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Delta Knowledge: Creating Knowledge Cultures - Post 7

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The central ingredients (part 2) A Theory of Action Organisations are complex adaptive systems however, good models such as Argyris & Schön’s apply cognitive theory to explain how they learn, and the complex interactions between the types of learning in organisational contexts.

Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Some sites are designed with specific ethnic, religious, sexual orientation, political, or other identity-driven categories in mind. It was designed to compete with Match.com, a profitable online dating site (Cohen, 2003).

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Re-Place-ing Space: The Roles of Place and Space in Collaborative Systems

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

We argue that a focus on spatial models is misplaced.Drawing on understandings from architecture and urban design, as wellas from our own research findings, we highlight the criticaldistinction between ``space and ``place. While designers usespatial models to support interaction, we show how it is actually anotion of ``place which frames interactive behaviour. In this paper, we will critically explore the use of space as a basisfor CSCW design.

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Life With Alacrity: Dunbar Triage: Too Many Connections

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

In order to solve it we need to look at the traditional cultural answers to the problem, compare them to technical solutions, both current and to-be-invented, and then see how a new generation of social networking services can be designed that molds the two ideas together into a more cohesive whole.

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IBM Drives Enterprise Adoption of Social Networks with New Enterprise Adaptability Practice

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Enterprise Adaptability integrates several recognized IBM competencies: Enterprise-class Web 3.0ish social software via SmallBlue/IBM Atlas —this software analyzes IM (instant messaging), email and other digital knowledge artifacts to create synthetic profiles and social web models among people.

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Is MySpace Good for Society? A Freakonomics Quorum - Freakonomics - Opinion - New York Times Blog

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Our survey included questions designed to assess students’ “social capital,” a concept that describes the benefits individuals receive from their relationships with others. The big picture: social networking technologies support and enable a new model of social life, in which people’s social circles will consist of many more, but weaker, ties. As a software designer, I personally find this scary and terribly exciting.