CCI Mainstreaming Challenge<br />Overview of results<br />Kate Morrison, Vulture Street<br />July 3rd 2009<br />
When & who<br /><ul><li>Held June 8th – 23rd
112 invited to participate
researchers + Advisory Board + 14 externals
31.25% contributed ideas, comments & votes
above average for ‘ideation’ activities (typically ~20%)</li></li></ul><li>What happened?<br /><ul><li>Generated 22 ideas,...
88% of written contributions (ideas & comments) from internal CCI participants
Of participants >50% only commented or voted
over 11% only voted, 40% only commented
i.e. jam provides 3 different ways to contribute</li></li></ul><li>Ideas & comments over time<br />Mid-point reminder sent...
Votes over time<br />Mid-point reminder sent<br />
Top 9 ideas by popularity (ascending)<br />
Top 9 ideas by popularity (ascending)<br />
Top 9 ideas by popularity (ascending)<br />
Congratulations Phil<br />
Most ‘active’ not necessarily most popular<br />
Some topics polarised opinion<br /><ul><li>CCI Consulting (7 promotes, 2 demotes)
Join CSIRO (4 promotes, 3 demotes)</li></li></ul><li>Long tail of contributions<br />3<br />Top 3 participants by volume r...
Themes for moving forward<br />House in order: website,         media training<br />NBN<br />Consulting<br />Academic: jou...
NBN<br /><ul><li>Broadband Services Advisory Councils   (Trevor Barr)
Leadership in mapping NBN policy framework (Brian Fitzgerald)</li></li></ul><li>Web applications/repositories/tools<br /><...
Australian Culture Online (Brian Fitzgerald)
Wikimedia/pedia(John Quiggin)
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CCI Mainstreaming Challenge Overview Final, Kate Morrison

  1. 1. CCI Mainstreaming Challenge<br />Overview of results<br />Kate Morrison, Vulture Street<br />July 3rd 2009<br />
  2. 2. When & who<br /><ul><li>Held June 8th – 23rd
  3. 3. 112 invited to participate
  4. 4. researchers + Advisory Board + 14 externals
  5. 5. 31.25% contributed ideas, comments & votes
  6. 6. above average for ‘ideation’ activities (typically ~20%)</li></li></ul><li>What happened?<br /><ul><li>Generated 22 ideas,96 commentsand 103 votes
  7. 7. 88% of written contributions (ideas & comments) from internal CCI participants
  8. 8. Of participants >50% only commented or voted
  9. 9. over 11% only voted, 40% only commented
  10. 10. i.e. jam provides 3 different ways to contribute</li></li></ul><li>Ideas & comments over time<br />Mid-point reminder sent<br />
  11. 11. Votes over time<br />Mid-point reminder sent<br />
  12. 12. Top 9 ideas by popularity (ascending)<br />
  13. 13. Top 9 ideas by popularity (ascending)<br />
  14. 14. Top 9 ideas by popularity (ascending)<br />
  15. 15. Congratulations Phil<br />
  16. 16. Most ‘active’ not necessarily most popular<br />
  17. 17. Some topics polarised opinion<br /><ul><li>CCI Consulting (7 promotes, 2 demotes)
  18. 18. Join CSIRO (4 promotes, 3 demotes)</li></li></ul><li>Long tail of contributions<br />3<br />Top 3 participants by volume responsible for 38% of contributions<br />6<br />1<br />5<br />4<br />2<br />
  19. 19. Themes for moving forward<br />House in order: website, media training<br />NBN<br />Consulting<br />Academic: journals/ teaching/ conferences<br />Long term positioning<br />Web applications/ repositories/ tools<br />
  20. 20. NBN<br /><ul><li>Broadband Services Advisory Councils (Trevor Barr)
  21. 21. Leadership in mapping NBN policy framework (Brian Fitzgerald)</li></li></ul><li>Web applications/repositories/tools<br /><ul><li>Lightweight content generation tools (Andrew Brown)
  22. 22. Australian Culture Online (Brian Fitzgerald)
  23. 23. Wikimedia/pedia(John Quiggin)
  24. 24. Creative economy policypedia(Julian Thomas)</li></li></ul><li>Consulting<br /><ul><li>CCI Consulting (Jason Potts)
  25. 25. Specialist 1-2 year participant funded forums (John Howkins)
  26. 26. Short courses (John Banks)
  27. 27. Convergence Culture Consortium Model (John Banks)</li></li></ul><li>Academic<br /><ul><li>Building international alliances with similar institutions (Carsten Herrmann-Pillath)
  28. 28. Standardise teaching materials/case studies for business schools (CHP)
  29. 29. Launching special issues in cross-disciplinary journals (CHP)</li></li></ul><li>House in order<br /><ul><li>Use CCI website to publish open access research results (Amanda Lawrence)
  30. 30. Media training workshops (Carrie Miller)</li></li></ul><li>Long term positioning<br /><ul><li>Increased focus on creative production processes (Phil Graham)
  31. 31. The next stage of innovation research, thinking and policy (Stuart Cunningham)
  32. 32. Inter-disciplinary knowledge advancement (Rachel Parker)
  33. 33. Creative Industries ministerial responsibility (Ellissa Nolan)
  34. 34. Harnessing the creative arts to the innovation agenda (Lelia Green)
  35. 35. Join CSIRO (Jason Potts)
  36. 36. Establish and define current impact (Jo Ann Tacchi)</li></li></ul><li>Next steps (I)<br /><ul><li>All have read-only access to jam site for next 2 months
  37. 37. We need your feedback on how to enhance the process</li></li></ul><li>Next steps (II)<br />What actions does the Symposium want to recommend to the CCI Management Committee for taking ideas forward?<br /><ul><li>Projects?
  38. 38. Taskforces?
  39. 39. Scoping studies?
  40. 40. Any volunteers?</li></li></ul><li>Thanks for your attention.... over to Terry<br />kate@vulturestreet.net<br />
  41. 41. Evidence of ‘group think’?<br />

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