“Designing Social Cities of Tomorrow” workshop – presentation notes

Making CommunitySense

Prior to this conference, a three-day “Designing Social Cities of Tomorrow” workshop was held in which international participants from various professional backgrounds collaborated with local stakeholder organisations on 4 real-world urban cases : Urban Pioneers Zeeburgereiland (Amsterdam), Haagse Havens (The Hague), Strijp-S (Eindhoven), and Amsterdam Civic Innovator Network. Social cities: it’s not about a blueprint, but a design approach.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Network

Skip to content emergent by design Home support who’s the architect? We need to be thinking much more deeply about social models which do not depend on any form of currency. As Rushkoff tells us so clearly, that system was designed with a different purpose.

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Blog>> Gathering evidence for a taxonomy: Keynote at Taxonomy Bootcamp London October 2016

Green Chameleon

Here are the slides for my keynote on the second day of the inaugural Taxonomy Bootcamp London – the topic was on gathering evidence for a taxonomy, and the use of either knowledge mapping or content modelling in the design process for the taxonomy. The conference itself was great, with folks from the US and Europe as well as the UK – here’s a blog post from Heather Hedden on the conference as a whole.

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Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Skype, social networks and language learning

Ken Carroll

About Ken Carroll « Linear and non-linear learning Designing conversations » Skype, social networks and language learning There’s lots of start-ups in the language learning space, mostly variations on the social networking and Skype models.

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IBM SJ 46-4 | A model for CIO-led innovation

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

This new model of innovation has become an important component of the IBM product and service strategy, as it has generated new solutions that have met quick market success. In this paper we describe this model of innovation and illustrate our experience in four case studies. In the next section we describe the new model for innovation and its evolutionary characteristics. style of user participation to our business model and culture.

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My social learning experiences

Joitske Hulsebosch

It is true, however, that the social learning movement pays more attention to the social aspects of learning than others, for instance e-learning designers. Albania was also part of it because they had no partners in Eastern - Europe.

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Should You Move Your Email To The Cloud?

Portals and KM

This will change everything in workplace IT support from designing workplace information strategies for collaboration, to delivering content experiences to people across channels, to engaging the next-generation workforce to serve customers better. The split domain hybrid model means that some of workforce is in the cloud and some stays on premise for regulatory or other purposes. Forrester has a model for this.

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Let The Next Adventure Begin – The With Whom (#CAWW)

Elsua

chrisheuer @rhappe think of us as a collaborative sharing economy model for consulting services (sans the “firm” structure). Design, Management / Leadership Consultancy, Corporate Communications, Digital Workplace Transformation, Social Computing, Social Business, Social Learning, and a rather long etc.

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About serial mastery and social media

Joitske Hulsebosch

Your birth in the Netherlands, Europe or the US will no longer be a guarantee for a good job, we must increasingly compete with other professionals from around the world (not without reason that the tigers moms in China described by Amy Chua get so much attention ). Interestingly enough, that's like reading about myself, when I started as an irrigation engineer, morphed into an organisational advisor and I'm currently a specialist in the design and facilitation of learning processes.

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Lotusphere 2011 Notes: Becoming a Social Business Client Panel

Portals and KM

IBM is using new business model to be more connected and collaborative and this is providing greater efficiency.  Also certain countries in Europe have strict privacy requirements for employees and they need to deal with this.

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Social Network Travel Logging

Governance in a Networked World

Here are some of ours from this trip: Thirty two years ago Julie and I made our first trip to Europe for a skiing white Xmas in a small Austrian town called St. When Gavin was also in London he decided to do a one man surfie tour of Western Europe.

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Understanding the Real Structure within Your Organization with NetAge OrgScope

Portals and KM

Jessica and Jeff were working with a large energy company in Europe that wanted to consolidate over 100 country companies into five global divisions, of which the European division was the largest. If you in the US do not forget to vote today if you have not already.

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ThoughtFest 09

SocialTech

Organised by organized by Pontydysgu with the support of the JISC Evolve network and the European Mature-IP project , the event attracted top class learning technology researchers and practitioners from across Europe.

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Social Media in Intl. Dev: Dr. Steve Eskow | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Representative to 1978 UNESCO Symposium on Contributions of Higher Education to Community Development, and a lecturer and consultant to Ministries of Education and colleges and universities in Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, the Soviet Union, and India.

Community Netiquette: How to Avoid Stepping on Virtual Toes

Community Guy

LEGO fans for example, have had an endless debate about whether space themed models are better than castle themed models. Even though Apple’s iPhone launched as a US-only product, there were thousands of Europeans lusting after the device who helped build momentum in the US (and then eventually parts of Europe). Most of us know that in the typical online community, it’s not kosher to post blatant marketing materials.

Requiem for a Species

How to Save the World

large-scale collapse of human infrastructure not designed for such extreme and frequent weather events. conception of post-civilization all-weather wear by mary mattingly.

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List of "White Label" or "Private Label" (Applications you can Rebrand) Social Networking Platforms

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Small World Labs “Small World Labs provides the design, implementation, and hosting services for your online social or professional network.&#

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Instant Communities: List of companies that provide Web Collaboration Suites or Platforms

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The open source model allows Alfresco to use best-of-breed open source technologies and contributions from the open source community to get higher quality software produced more quickly at much lower cost.

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The Democracy Project

How to Save the World

He sees OWS and its sister movements in Europe and the Mideast as important experiments in rediscovering the potential of a real democracy, and a society which retains real freedoms, even at a cost.

DavidSibbet.com: Visual Meetings Arrives at The Grove

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.

News Updates (June 9, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

The morning event, to be held in San Francisco, will feature a CIO roundtable and new product demos, which Google is tight-lipped about but which are designed to boost Apps' appeal among large organizations, according to several people familiar with the plans. Instead of using access controls and versioning to allow filtering after publication among coworkers or the public, Revizr works on the filter-then-publish model. Notes to Exchange in Europe. Trying eProductivity.

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Is Facebook the future of call-centers ? The Air France KLM Switzerland case - Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

John Tropea - Delicious Community

But it’s becoming more and more obvious that it’s becoming a customer relationship tool what has an important impact on the design of the community management system and the role of the community manager that’s becoming the central point of a service and internal networking system. As I’ve previously mentioned, the scalabity of the model allows, as Alain Pezzoni says, to deal with call-centers overload. Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad About the author.

The Twentieth Century was Wrong :: Blog :: Headshift

John Tropea - Delicious Network

The Twentieth Century was Wrong This weeks LIFT Conference was a fantastic and quite inspiring event looking at the future of design, technology and socialisation. Some people see new social technology and networked culture as dangerous and new, and they fall back on their experience of technology and organisational culture in the late Twentieth Century as the established model. He took on the "mass" models of the chin and the arabic khans.

Links of the Month: March 21, 2012

How to Save the World

V era over at Leaving Babylon has written an interesting series of articles on the hazards of planning and on permaculture design. Here is what I wrote: It seems to me that it is anthropomorphizing to say that nature ‘designs’ or to say that nature even cares. This works as a model.

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The Second Leg Of The Social Business Stool - The BrainYard - InformationWeek

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Its the transition from a parental perspective of management to a partnership model. posted on October 06, 2011 11:55:56 AM 10 Key Steve Jobs Moments and Innovations "Truly are marketing and design genius.as GDC Europe. Light Reading Europe. Login | Register | Membership Benefits. COMMENTARY. WHITEPAPERS. SLIDESHOWS. VIDEOS. EVENTS. ABOUT. BRAINYARD COMMENTARY. ABOUT THE AUTHOR. Rachel Happe.

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The FASTForward Blog " More on War as the accelerant for Social Software: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

In Europe, the military saw the potential of flight immediately. The big money is all based in an advertising model. Business Model 2.0 Design Thinking 3.0 More on War as the accelerant for Social Software by Rob Paterson November 29, 2007 at 7:44 am · Filed under 2.0

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Why Companies shouldn’t build Online Communities. « The Complete Innovator

John Tropea - Delicious Community

a group of associated nations sharing common interests or a common heritage: the community of Western Europe. We have had some success stories where during an event, the organizer has specifically asked for feedback from the community, such as asking for design input on certain products.

Forrester Wave Report: The Leaders in Community Platforms for Marketers (Part 4/4)

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Fortunately, the Forrester Wave reports are designed to segment crowded industries. I would agree with Jeremiah that what is really important is the solution and services that you are able to provide customers – in some sense, regardless of deployment model.

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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Getting started with enterprise social networking :: Blog :: Headshift

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

The imprint of the industrial revolution, and its model of machine-based production efficiency, is still present today. So too is the bureaucratic model described by Max Weber. But what all of these models neglect is the older, more pervasive tradition of social networking in business. The rise of enterprise computing took on many of the ideas and models of the C20th corporation, and proceeded to further centralise and de-personalise the way we work in pursuit of efficiency.

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KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

are designed to help you connect with one another and share knowledge and expertise. Having returned from a recent benchmarking workshop conducted in Europe by Carla ODell, it struck me as timely to mention an observation from that trip in connection to a report produced annually by Bain & Company regarding the use of management tools. Boris Jaeger commented on KM Maturity Model : As my rese. maturity model. KMEdge.

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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Are we really collaborating? :: Blog :: Headshift

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

In terms oftechnology, that aids in the design and implementation of appropriatespaces for people to work in, equipped with the right tools tofacilitate the capture, exchange and creation of information andexpertise. In fact, whenintegrated in a platform, social tools can facilitate new models ofinteraction, co-creation, collective intelligence, networking and userparticipation, whilst supplementing traditional face-to-face, telephoneand email communications.

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Classification of Enterprise 2.0 use cases

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

And as a result from the organizational perspective companies need some kind of “reframing&# of their business model. In my model, Traditional and Enterprise 2.0 I appreciate the model of servant Leadership as well. Enterprise2Open Bonding the Enterprise 2.0

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Wikinomics» Blog Archive » Is your Organization Talent Ready?

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

We are working on a project for a public museum that would embrace these cultural values as well as reinforcing these changes through use of space (redesign the work spaces) and technology (open collaborative design, rethink the use of dedicated PCs and phones). Production networks, relocations, flexible specialization, high-tech, new industrial spaces, China/East Europe in the loop, spatial economics.

Publishing Enterprise Content To Facebook

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta See how were connected Connections February 2009 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Categories Attention Management blogging BurtonGroupCatalyst07 BurtonGroupCatalyst08 Business_IT_Alignment Collaboration Commentary Communication design digital+life e-Mail Enterprise 2.0 and ask whether there is a resurgence of KM around a social model.

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Facebook as a Corporate Portal Platform

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

I’m not suggesting this will be easy; in fact, it may take hard work to retrofit suitable retention and security services onto a newfangled collaboration package that was not explicitly designed for enterprise-wide deployment — but became popular across your enterprise nonetheless. Business Model 2.0 Design Thinking 3.0 Facebook as a Corporate Portal Platform?

Competitive advantage from better interactions

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

These "tacit" activities—involving the exchange of information, the making of judgments, and a need to draw on multifaceted forms of knowledge in exchanges with coworkers, customers, and suppliers—are increasingly a part of the standard model for companies in the developed world. But building these advantages wont be easy: companies must alter the way they craft strategies, design organizations, manage talent, and leverage technology.

Video and Debate: Who really owns the Community?

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Think Norman’s “Mental Model&#. And, companies are finding they must integrate back into the marketplace in a meaningful way (the fortress model failed).

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Go Big Always - Anatomy of the Enterprise Octopus

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Up and coming companies, on the other hand, can gain tremendous competitive advantage from this model. Richard Fahey I am Canadian and had the opportunity to work in Europe for a number of years.

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Zude May Be A Better Netvibes

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The company’s business model is straight-forward – with a free account, your page will have advertising, but if you pay an annual fee (likely $25), it will not. We designed Zude to be the ultimate consolidator. I have been using zcubes to introduce my students to web designing. There is another site called Protopage here in Europe that seems to be almost the same thing, from what I read.

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Innovation and Communities of Practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Designing Educational Technolog. the) Design Process From: The RSA Reads: 101 78 p. Europe for Women 2010 From: EuropeanCommission Reads: 90 9 p. Innovation CoPs have the potential to develop and model the roles and practices that some of the other CoPs too can include in their capability repertory. Log in Other login options: Facebook Connect New to Scribd? Sign Up for a free account today Why Sign up? Start downloading documents right away.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

But I would argue that thats an artifact of organizationalstructures and the notion of traditional hierarchy in organizationswhich have been supplemented and distorted by organization designs,compensation structures etc. John Taylor Gattos work shows that industrialists whoformed corporations designed school systems to resemble and mimic thehierarchy, standardized curricula, testing and performance managementschemes in business.

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