Digital Engagement for NGLIS

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Presentation on social media in government for the NGLIS North West group, delivered 14/4/10.

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    1. 1. Digital engagement in government Dave Briggs Community Evangelist
    2. 2. @davebriggs dave@learningpool.com www.davepress.net
    3. 3. @davebriggs d@vebrig.gs www.davepress.net
    4. 4. There’s a revolution going on
    5. 5. From the benefits office to Downing Street in 5 years (and a blog)
    6. 6. A story about communication
    7. 7. Hitler hypnotising gays
    8. 8. Hitler’s hypnotising gaze
    9. 9. Treat your children with suspicion and contempt
    10. 10. The fact that things might go wrong is no reason not to do them
    11. 11. (that’s 1,743,281)
    12. 12. It’s not hard to see that this affects all levels of government
    13. 13. Focus has been on comms and PR
    14. 14. But it’s really not all about Twitter!
    15. 15. How can an organisation talk to people on the outside, when people inside aren’t talking to each other?
    16. 16. Blogs Social networks Collaborative authoring Podcasting Status updates
    17. 17. The interesting thing about social software is not the software. It’s the implications of using it.
    18. 18. Image credit: Paul Clarke: http://www.flickr.com/photos/paul_clarke/
    19. 19. Openess Transparency Collaboration Cooperation
    20. 20. (This also means you don’t need to know much about technology to be able to use it effectively)
    21. 21. Managing: Change Knowledge Talent Risk Ideas
    22. 22. Now is the time for change
    23. 23. Drivers: efficiency & improvement Enablers: innovation & collaboration Domains: culture & technology
    24. 24. All this has to embedded in Process Structure Systems Strategy
    25. 25. How can we do that?
    26. 26. JFDIJFDI Being boringBeing boring Sustainability Activity
    27. 27. The internet is not just another channel
    28. 28. Image credit: Paul Clarke: http://www.flickr.com/photos/paul_clarke/
    29. 29. The internet as a city
    30. 30. A place where good things happen
    31. 31. and bad things too
    32. 32. A place where people work, play, talk, act
    33. 33. A place that matters
    34. 34. A place with its own culture
    35. 35. Generous Open Curious Cooperative Funny
    36. 36. This culture has produced some marvellous things
    37. 37. There’s room for everyone to do marvellous things
    38. 38. Thanks for listening

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