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Sound Planning and Management Summer School Collaboration: an individual  or a group experience? Cagliari, 11-12.06. 07
Pablo Picasso or George Braque?
We are collaborating when we.. <ul><li>believe that the outcome of collaboration will be better than what we could accompl...
Collaboration is a culture, a mindset, and a way of being in the world.  Collaboration is not a set of tools, activities o...
I dentity U nknowing R elationship F low R eciprocity
Community: people,  their informal  relationships, trust  and  connections Domain: shared passion  and experiences about a...
COMMUNITY: attention to “small things” and social processes; back-channel communication; time; trust;  networking... DOMAI...
Forms of participation occasional transactional peripheral active  coordinator core group lurkers leaders sponsors experts...
How do we manage multi-membership and  multiple identities? Collaboration in networks
I dentity/ Anonymity U nknowing/ Knowing R elationship/ Solitary F low/ Interruption R eciprocity/ Self-interest
The question is more “how do we discover, support and extend the collaboration that is already happening?” rather than “ho...
Beverly Trayner    www. eudamonia .pt <ul><li>Collaboration, pictures and stimulation from: </li></ul><ul><li>Nancy White:...
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  1. 1. Sound Planning and Management Summer School Collaboration: an individual or a group experience? Cagliari, 11-12.06. 07
  2. 2. Pablo Picasso or George Braque?
  3. 3. We are collaborating when we.. <ul><li>believe that the outcome of collaboration will be better than what we could accomplish on our own </li></ul><ul><li>actively seek people to collaborate with </li></ul><ul><li>share ideas and techniques </li></ul><ul><li>experiment with ideas that come from another </li></ul><ul><li>build on others’ ideas whether or not we initially agree with them </li></ul><ul><li>................................................. ? </li></ul>
  4. 4. Collaboration is a culture, a mindset, and a way of being in the world. Collaboration is not a set of tools, activities or techniques.
  5. 5. I dentity U nknowing R elationship F low R eciprocity
  6. 6. Community: people, their informal relationships, trust and connections Domain: shared passion and experiences about a domain that give a sense of identity Practice: context for ongoing exchange, accumulating knowledge and access to community stories Community of Practice: a social discipline of learning leadership sponsorship members participation Learning together nurturing support
  7. 7. COMMUNITY: attention to “small things” and social processes; back-channel communication; time; trust; networking... DOMAIN: visibility; hold it up to the outside; easy for members to “ publish” and see patterns and connections PRACTICE: regular, linked events not bound by time and space; notice and mirror practices that work... How do we nurture collaboration in a Community of Practice? context context
  8. 8. Forms of participation occasional transactional peripheral active coordinator core group lurkers leaders sponsors experts beginners alumni outsiders Etienne Wenger
  9. 9. How do we manage multi-membership and multiple identities? Collaboration in networks
  10. 10. I dentity/ Anonymity U nknowing/ Knowing R elationship/ Solitary F low/ Interruption R eciprocity/ Self-interest
  11. 11. The question is more “how do we discover, support and extend the collaboration that is already happening?” rather than “how do we motivate people to collaborate?”
  12. 12. Beverly Trayner www. eudamonia .pt <ul><li>Collaboration, pictures and stimulation from: </li></ul><ul><li>Nancy White: http://www.fullcirc.com/weblog </li></ul><ul><li>Etienne Wenger: http://ewenger.com </li></ul><ul><li>Patti Anklam ( http://www. pattianklam .com/ ) </li></ul><ul><li>David Wilcox: http://www.designingforcivilsociety.org/ </li></ul><ul><li>The Bumble Bee: http://www.bioteams.com </li></ul><ul><li>MIT Center for Collective Intelligence: http://cci.mit.edu/ </li></ul>
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