Himmelman Model - Networking Collaboration Cooperation Coordination

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Example Three: Example three occurred on Cape Cod in Massachusetts, where the Lower Outer Cape Community Coalition worked to promote the livable wage for workers. Systems Planning Customized Consulting Keynote Addresses Tools and Resources About Tom Wolff Contact Us Collaborative Solutions A Newsletter from Tom Wolff & Associates Contents of Summer 2005 Collaborative Solutions Newsletter: In this issue: Collaborative Solutions - True Collaboration as the Most Productive Form of Exchange 1.

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IBM Connect 2013: Tuesday Opening Session Notes

Portals and KM

Dan began with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. Bill Fandrich the CIO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts spoke. They have been dealing with universal coverage since 2006 when Massachusetts passed the first laws in this area. It will be available on a SaaS model.

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Clustered Networks Spread Behavior Change Faster | Wired Science | Wired.com

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“There has been a lot of theory about the difference between information and behavior spreading ,&# said economic sociologist Damon Centola of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, author of the study published Sept. Wired Home Subscribe Sections Cars 2.0

Beat the Conference Blahs

Partnering Resources

When we link our own experiences and situations to a best practice, idea, or model, that information becomes more real and relevant. When one hundred employees descended on a nondescript hotel in central Massachusetts, they came for a two-day conference on the future of their organization.

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Loco for Local: Regional Examples of Open Government

Influence

Model Projects, Grouped by Type. Contests: Portland's Civic App Challenge and Massachusetts' MassDot Developers Real-Time Challenge. City Planning/Development: Massachusett's City Planning. I recently attended Transparency Camp , a two-day event organized by the Sunlight Foundation.

News Updates (November 19, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Drug companies are exploring collaborative approaches to bringing better drugs to market faster. " [The] linear, trial-and-error method is no longer a sustainable model for big pharmaceutical companies. Drug Company Collaboration.

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Mapping the recovery - "follow the money" - part 2

Endless Knots

You can see the recovery network model live in your browser (wait a moment for the Java to load), and trace the grant along four axis as described below. -- Jeff Stamps What’s in the Recovery Picture?

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Clustered Networks Spread Behavior Change Faster | Wired Science | Wired.com

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

“There has been a lot of theory about the difference between information and behavior spreading ,&# said economic sociologist Damon Centola of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, author of the study published Sept. Wired Home Subscribe Sections Cars 2.0

Blogging--It's Good for You: Scientific American

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

According to Alice Flaherty, a neuroscientist at Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital, the placebo theory of suffering is one window through which to view blogging. Flaherty, who studies conditions such as hypergraphia (an uncontrollable urge to write) and writer’s block, also looks to disease models to explain the drive behind this mode of communication.

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Collaborative Solutions - Six Key Components

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Spotlight: The North Quabbin Community Coalition in rural Central Massachusetts identified transportation as their key issue in their first year of existence. Cleghorn Neighborhood Center, Fitchburg, MA North Central Massachusetts Minority Coalition Institute for Non Profit Development at Mt.

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Beeline Labs " Blog Archive " Here Comes Everybody — Maybe

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Not everyone needs to be passionate, participate a lot: in the old model we had to work hard to get people passionate enough to act, because acting was a lot of work. Home Blog About Us Services News Contact Communities Marketing 2.0