cRaggy 2018: design, feedback & reflections

Learning Alliances

This blog post describes the cRaggy event at the June 2, 2018 Cascadia R Conf , its design, the logic behind its design, feedback from participants and reflections on how such an event might be better in the future. Overall feedback from conference participants.

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Our Intentions on Feedback

Alchemy of Change

There’s a difference between working on something and getting feedback, and working on something to get feedback. If you liked " Our Intentions on Feedback ", subscribe to Alchemy of Change for more good stuff.

Feedback from the Cascadia R Conference participants

Learning Alliances

We adapted a questionnaire that the CSV, Conf, 3 had used and used a Google Form to gather feedback at the end of the day. Here is the code for fitting a median polish: xtab <- xtabs(~ will_collab + help_org, data = feedback) medpolish(xtab).

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Dave White: Visitors and Residents project feedback

Jenny Connected

Please see link to register below (and do pass on to interested colleagues): JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme: Visitors and Residents project feedback. As part of the JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme , Dave White (University of Oxford) and Lynn Connaway (OCLC) will be presenting findings from their Visitors and Residents project.

Need Your Feedback on my Triangulating Thinking

Nancy White

Can you please read this and give me your feedback? Through effective internet searches, activation of personal networks linked via online social networks, the two reach out to other practitioners who enthusiastically offer their experience, feedback and support. OK, I need your help.

Feedback on SharePoint Roadmap

Michael Sampson - Currents

James Robertson from Step Two Designs in Australia has just posted his review of SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration : " SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration is a slim volume, designed to give succinct advice on making SharePoint it a success across the whole organisation. Michael has done a huge amount of thinking about SharePoint, and it shows. This is one of the most insightful resources of SharePoint published to date, and it’s unique in it’s business focus.

Reader Feedback on Re-Imagining Productive Work with Office 365

Michael Sampson - Currents

While a couple of the readers of my new book have posted their responses publicly (thanks again Stuart and Volker – anyone else, please accept this an invitation to do likewise!), others have written to me privately. Two of my favourite comments so far are: “ Great stuff! This is exactly what I’ve been looking for!! ” “ … reading through it now and it looks really interesting, makes me realise there is more to Office 365 than just the latest version of Excel, etc.

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Feedback on an In-house User Adoption Workshop

Michael Sampson - Currents

The project manager who arranged the session sent in this feedback: " I have had great feedback from your workshop - and almost every participant is now also meeting with me Monday to develop the adoption strategy. I have presented / facilitated this in various countries around the world, to organizations large and small, and the feedback from each has been as it was above.

Feedback on SharePoint Roadmap: Chuck

Michael Sampson - Currents

Chuck purchased a copy of SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration in July. I recently asked him what he thought about the book, and he replied: " I think it was the first book that I ever read cover to cover in one sitting. To say that it was relevant would be an understatement - it spoke directly to current and prospective SharePoint engagements I am involved in. In particular, the section(s) of the book that talked about governance were particularly timely.

Learning from mistakes versus learning from feedback

Joitske Hulsebosch

In terms of changing practices, learning from honest feedback may be more important, in the form of spontaneous feedback or in organised processes like After Action Reviews. Today I got positive feedback about my blog by being mentioned in this list of knowledge management bloggers.

Dave White: Visitors and Residents project feedback

Jenny Connected

Please see link to register below (and do pass on to interested colleagues): JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme: Visitors and Residents project feedback. As part of the JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme , Dave White (University of Oxford) and Lynn Connaway (OCLC) will be presenting findings from their Visitors and Residents project.

More Feedback on User Adoption Strategies

Michael Sampson - Currents

thanks to everyone who has written in their feedback. Any feedback I've missed or not acknowledged? While Mike retains the title for the only blog review of User Adoption Strategies that I've seen, there has been a few comments on Twitter and via email. Here's what I've got: Maish wrote, Finished reading @collabguy 's book on user adoption strategies. Very nice and easy read. Drives the point across about having a strategy! SharePointLee says, Reading @collabguy new book!

Culture: feedback on online identity

Joitske Hulsebosch

To give me more feedback about the impressions I create online you are kindly requested to fill in Joitske's Johari window by selecting 5 to 6 words you associate with me, or at least the impression created by my blog (1 minute).

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This Feedback Made My Day!

Michael Sampson - Currents

I made contact with Eric (not the one who needs to buy a Mac) after he downloaded chapters 11 and 12 of Seamless Teamwork. We had a great conversation for about 35 minutes, and he sent me this email earlier today. " As an author, I think it’s important for you to know that your book is changing the lives’ of people here in Raleigh, North Carolina. We applied your methodology to our faith based employment program and have received wonderful results.

Feedback on SharePoint Roadmap: Thomas Duff

Michael Sampson - Currents

Thomas Duff offers his review of SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration : " When you get done reading this chapter (and the whole book in general), you have a much more realistic idea of what to expect from SharePoint than you'd get from some business partner or vendor who is trying to make a sale.

Feedback on SharePoint Roadmap: Michael Osterman

Michael Sampson - Currents

Michael Osterman of Osterman Research has published his review and comments on SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration : " Michael Sampson is an industry analyst who for many years has focused on collaboration practices and technologies with an emphasis on how distributed teams can work together more effectively. He is on my short list of most respected analysts in the collaboration space. Recently, he graciously sent me his new book, SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration.

Customer Feedback: Feedback is a Gift, Part 2.5 of a 3-Part Series

Ant's Eyeview Blog

of our 3 part series on customer feedback. It’s been a while since we’ve touched upon our multi-piece blog post, but you should have an understanding of how to break down silos and value feedback in your organization. However, not all customer feedback is negative.

Feedback on SharePoint Roadmap: Gavin Knight

Michael Sampson - Currents

Gavin Knight from New Zealand posted his feedback last week on SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration : " The book is very readable despite being full of rich content covering some complex areas. For the last couple weeks I read a chapter every few days. Then today I completed the second half of the book in one sitting. It flows very well. I have been a member of IT project teams for over 10 years, and in project management roles on such projects for over 5 of those years.

Feedback on SharePoint Roadmap: Kristian Kalsing

Michael Sampson - Currents

Kristian from Australia has just posted his review of SharePoint Roadmap: " If you play the role of a SharePoint functional consultant in the area of collaboration, then this is a must read. It is also an invaluable resource for SharePoint architects, program drivers and anyone else playing a key role in SharePoint collaboration rollouts. And needless to say that the governance workshop I delivered immediately after reading this book went very well.

Feedback on SharePoint Roadmap: Jane McConnell

Michael Sampson - Currents

Jane's posted her review and comments on SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration : " I rarely read books that have product names in the title. However, SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration by Michael Sampson is an exception. Michael approaches SharePoint the right way. From the top down. I mean that his main interest is collaboration. This means people and how they work together. He then talks about SharePoint in that context.

Feedback on SharePoint Roadmap: Matt Moore

Michael Sampson - Currents

Matt's posted his review of SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration: " I have been recommending Michael Sampson's book Sharepoint Roadmap for Collaboration to everyone I know who is working with Sharepoint (and that's a lot of people). It's a down-to-earth, practical guide to using Sharepoint to support (rather than hinder collaboration). I prefer it to Seamless Teamwork. ". Read Matt's complete review (including what he wants in the next edition). Thanks Matt!

Need Your Feedback on my Triangulating Thinking | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Can you please read this and give me your feedback? Through effective internet searches, activation of personal networks linked via online social networks, the two reach out to other practitioners who enthusiastically offer their experience, feedback and support.

Need Your Feedback on my Triangulating Thinking | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Can you please read this and give me your feedback? Through effective internet searches, activation of personal networks linked via online social networks, the two reach out to other practitioners who enthusiastically offer their experience, feedback and support.

Feedback on SharePoint Roadmap: Lynn Warneke

Michael Sampson - Currents

Lynn Warneke from Australia has just posted her review of SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration : SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration, Michael Sampson's latest publication, offers clear and succinct advice to ensure you avoid these all-too-common pitfalls and deliver a SharePoint implementation that is a real success, in real business terms. As Michael himself asserts, "The point isn't to have a nice shiny SharePoint implementation; the point is doing business better.".

Feedback on SharePoint Roadmap: Jed Cawthorne

Michael Sampson - Currents

Jed Cawthorne from Canada has just posted his review of SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration : " Yesterday I received my copy of 'SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration: Using SharePoint to Enhance Business Collaboration' from the author Michael Sampson, all the way on the other side of the planet in New Zealand.

Customer Feedback: Breaking Down the Silos in Your Organization. Part 1 of a 3-Part Series

Ant's Eyeview Blog

The answer…broken customer feedback and busted support channels. In Part 1, let’s spend time on how to connect the customer feedback silos in a way that’s meaningful to your organization and your customers. Part 1: Connecting Customer Feedback.

Essay writing and the dance of peer review

Jenny Connected

Tagged: #modpo , Al Filreis , assignment , essay writing , feedback , Julia Bloch , peer review. ModPo #modpo Al Filreis assignment essay writing feedback Julia Bloch peer review Source of image: Modern and Contemporary American Poetry MOOC (ModPo) course site.

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Customer Feedback: How to Value It in Your Organization, Part 2 of a 3-Part Series

Ant's Eyeview Blog

“Well, that is just customer feedback and this [insert business policy] makes us [insert revenue number].”. leader in your organization, you’ve worked hard to use customer feedback to break down barriers within your organization, as described in part 1 of this series. But, it is inevitable that you either have heard or will face a customer vs. shareholder debate when it comes to reporting out on customer feedback and the root causes driving it.

#FSLT12 Week 3 with Etienne and Bev Wenger-Trayner

Jenny Connected

Feedback. The First Steps Curriculum this week is covering Feedback, i.e. how to give feedback to students. A question for teachers is whether feedback can be used to engage students (not just PhD students) and leverage higher quality learning.

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Only a Small Percentage of Your Customers Care Enough to Offer Feedback and You Should Listen

Managing Communities

photo credit: lisahumes There are some who believe that the feedback that is offered on online communities, about their product, isn’t worth their attention because it’s only a small percentage of their customer base that may or may not be reflective of a larger majority.

The end of restraint: addiction to feedback

Social Abacus

Everyone wants to give and get good, honest feedback. The Economist introduces Rypple in it's Jan 1 issue like this: "One defining characteristic of the Net Generation is that it thrives on feedback." It made me think about the role of feedback in social media at large. The problem that I foresee is that we're becoming addicted to feedback and resisting introspection. Rypple makes a ton of sense and I couldn't be more supportive of the idea.

The Art of Responding to Feedback in 3 Simple Steps: Appreciate, Acknowledge and Consider

Managing Communities

Some feedback is easy to take. Some feedback isn’t as easy - someone doesn’t like something you’ve done and wants to let you know about it. Someone makes an awesome suggestion that makes a ton of sense or simply loves what you are doing and wants to tell you so. As long as they aren’t [.].

Feedback 2.0 : Engage with your community

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Web Strategy by Jeremiah » Feedback Websites appear: The extranet is no longer owned by the company A fantastic startup offers Digg-like presentation and voting for your community. en fr About References Contact Blog Home Site Home Register to receive our newsletter : Exalead Jobmeeters Ziki Current operations SNCF Symantec Liligo Cofidis Exalead See more >> Agenda feedback2.0 : Web and Breakfast See more >> They talk about us Headshift :: Behind "Enterprise 2.0"

Video: “The Art of Responding to Feedback From Your Community” Presentation at South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive 2009

Managing Communities

At last year’s South by Southwest Interactive (see my recap), I gave a solo presentation titled “The Art of Responding to Feedback From Your Community.&# The presentation is based around my three steps for responding to feedback. The basis of this talk was a blog post made on this site in January of 2009. In short, [.].

E-feedback to reflect legitimate peripheral participation; towards a redefinition of feedback in online learning environments

Delicious/choconancy/communities_of_practice

evaluation evaluationmethods communities_of_practice elearning

Green Chameleon » Can We Learn Without Getting Bruised?

Green Chameleon

A very good post today from Joshua Porter on tough-to-take feedback – it’s entitled “ The Power of a Bruised Ego &#. Not everyone can take strong negative feedback, and too much bruising can be counter-productive, but neither should we be molly-coddlers. www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Can We Learn Without Getting Bruised?

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Live Video: “The Art of Responding to Feedback from Your Community” Presentation at SXSWi 2009

Managing Communities

I will be giving a presentation called “The Art of Responding to Feedback from Your Community.&#. Today, March 14, at 1:30 PM ET, I will be speaking at South by Southwest Interactive (SXSWi) 2009. For those that were unable to make it to Austin for the conference, I wanted to try to stream the presentation on [.].

Open Government IdeaScale Sites Solicit Valuable Feedback but May Unintentionally Compromise Citizen Privacy

Influence

The 24 agencies required to comply with the Open Government Directive have begun soliciting citizen feedback on how to improve transparency, participation, collaboration, and innovation in government. Agencies are using IdeaScale to facilitate two-way feedback with citizens. To date, over 700 ideas have been submitted ! Unfortunately, the current implementation introduces slight privacy concerns for users.

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South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive 2009 “Managing Online Forums” Book Reading Topic Selected: “The Art of Responding to Feedback From Your Community”

Managing Communities

A few weeks ago, I asked for feedback on my upcoming book reading/presentation at South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive 2009. In so many words, I wanted some thoughts on what I should talk about. Thanks so much to everyone who offered their thoughts, including Dave Taylor, Krist, Gwen, Wendy and others. After much consideration, I have [.].

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Crises, what’s next?

Bas Rues

Complexity can be seen as a positive feedback loop towards complexity, while a paradigmatic shift is a negative feedback loop towards a ’stable’ but new (and temporary) equilibrium. In my last post I argued that crises are the result of complexity.

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You don't need to be a system dynamicist.

Making Sense With Facilitated Systems

to understand feedback. I also discovered an interesting article he wrote applying feedback thinking to our current economic situation. If you're familiar with feedback theory, recognize that feedback applies to human and organizational systems, too, as Bob did. If you're not, figure out ways to get a feeling for how feedback works. While simulation is great, I, too, got a visceral understanding of feedback by designing and troubleshooting physical circuits.

Want to raise the level of discourse on the ACA?

Making Sense With Facilitated Systems

evaluation facilitation causality decision making feedback system dynamics health books systems thinking making sense Want to try to raise the level of discourse on the US Affordable Care Act ? Here''s a homework assignment: do the challenge in section 5.5.1 of John Sterman''s Business Dynamics. You should be familiar with chapters 3 and 4 and the first part of chapter 5 to do the work. You are allowed encouraged to work in groups. Did you discover anything useful?

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How do you title a book well? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Some of the feedback we’ve gotten from our friends is that the title is… well… BORING! Nancy White on 29 Aug 2008 at 8:51 am The feedback and suggestions are FANTASTIC, y’all. Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Aug 04 2008 How do you title a book well?

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