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Introduction To Delib
Introduction To Delib
Introduction To Delib
Introduction To Delib
Introduction To Delib
Introduction To Delib
Introduction To Delib
Introduction To Delib
Introduction To Delib
Introduction To Delib
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  • 1. An introduction to Delib and the democratising power of the internet
  • 2. What’s going on right now? The internet has matured into a social space with sites acting as social facilitators, empowering people in the process. This has led to a shift of power from the organisation to the individual. Chris Lopez - Flickr
  • 3. People want to participate This newly empowered citizen likes to participate. They like to create and share - typified by people’s use of YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Welcome to the “p-generation”. Ritterbin - Flickr
  • 4. So organisations need to be more participative too... People are eager to connect with you – to share ideas of your service and products. Eager to help you improve (either constructively or otherwise). People want to be involved, and if you ignore them then...
  • 5. And participative organisations are better organisations What’s exciting is that if organisations get participation right, great things happen: policy participation in government means better, more effective governance. Idea-sharing and collaboration means greater stakeholder involvement.
  • 6. Where Delib fits in We’re about more effectively involving people in governance online. Empowered citizen Organisation (consumer/employee ) (government/business) Products, services and consultancy “I think x” “I wonder what people think about x...” “I don’t like the way you do y” “How can we improve y?” “Why don’t you do z?” “How can we innovate in z?”
  • 7. Our areas of work Del ib p rod uct s> > > or k> f w so rea liba De
  • 8. Where we can help you Policy consultation /opinion research Service innovation Issue debate/ campaigning Internal comms / employee collaboration The four main areas we can help with are policy consultation opinion research, stakeholder collaboration, issue and service innovation.
  • 9. Who we’ve been doing this for We work with UK government departments, over 100 local authorities and Obama’s administration. We’ve also worked with charities and businesses.
  • 10. Some of our products An ideas-sharing app – ideal for An app for having “dialogues”, ideas early stage consultation. sharing and innovation. www.parentsideastree.org.uk/ www.thenationaldialogue.org/ Simple yet sophisticated budget A complete suite of consultation consultation/prioritisation app. tools – from management to www.budgetsimulator.com/ feedback tools. www.opinionsuite.com
  • 11. Talk to us 0845 638 1848 info@delib.co.uk 35 King Street Bristol BS1 4DZ 29 D’Arblay Street Soho London W1F 8EP

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