CCI Mainstreaming Challenge Overview Final, Kate Morrison

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