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Beth Noveck, Crowdsourcing Wisely Not Widely: The Next Generation of Citizen Engagement

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Beth Noveck; New York University and MIT; founder of the White House Open Government Initiative and former United States Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Open Government …

Beth Noveck; New York University and MIT; founder of the White House Open Government Initiative and former United States Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Open Government
“Crowdsourcing Wisely Not Widely: The Next Generation of Citizen Engagement”


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  • 1. Next Gen EngagementKrems, May 22, 2013Wednesday, May 22, 13
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  • 10. Tech DrivenTransformation• Data Driven• Leveraging Expertise• Customer Service Focused• Informed by Social Science• Decentralized• Network NativeWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 11. Outcome OrientedWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 12. OutcomeOriented....The BottomLineWednesday, May 22, 13
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  • 17. Solving PublicProblems?Wednesday, May 22, 13
  • 18. Gov 2.018Wednesday, May 22, 13
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  • 25. New experimentationtoday withcrowdsourcingWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 26. Eleven OneWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 27. Gov Still Looks Like ThisWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 28. Engagement is HardWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 29. Engagement is HardWednesday, May 22, 13
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  • 32. Deliberative “Religion”Wednesday, May 22, 13
  • 33. Mass-BasedWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 34. CivicWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 35. Gov 3.0• How do we move from deliberation tocollaboration?• How do we also move from crowdsourcing widelyto crowdsourcing wisely?• How do we create decentralized, progressiveproblem solving institutions?Wednesday, May 22, 13
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  • 37. • Data• Collaboration• Insights from Social and Behavioral Sciences• Agile Mindset• Improving People’s LivesWednesday, May 22, 13
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  • 39. The GovLab aims to improve people’s lives bychanging how we govern. The GovLab builds, studiesand implements experimental, technology-enabledsolutions that advance a collaborative, networkedapproach to re-inventing existing institutions andprocesses of governance. Our work is predicated ontwo hypotheses: 1) Institutions that governthemselves collaboratively solve problems faster; 2)Greater engagement leads to more legitimategovernance and better solutions for citizens.Wednesday, May 22, 13
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  • 42. Need Manageable Inputnot Democracy TheatreWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 43. Finding ExpertsWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 44. Finding Experts: Howto Find Who KnowsWhatWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 45. +ExpertnetDesigning Process, Policy and Platform for Public Q&AWednesday, May 22, 13
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  • 49. Wednesday, May 22, 13
  • 50. Asking QuestionsWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 51. Asking Questions: Howto Create Incentives toParticipate Manageablyand MeaningfullyWednesday, May 22, 13
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  • 58. 4      SOLUTIONDigitalCanvasto IdeateWITH TEMPLATES!Wednesday, May 22, 13
  • 59. • What kinds of questions lend themselves towhat kinds of answers?• What are the impacts of networkeddecisionmaking on the organization and itscitizens?• How to increase institutional readiness toopenness?Wednesday, May 22, 13
  • 60. Re:Governance Solving ComplexProblems Requires New PlatformsWednesday, May 22, 13
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  • 62. Knowledge CommunitiesWednesday, May 22, 13
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  • 64. Making Data UsefulWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 65. Matching Skills andNeedsMatt Lisiecki, CommunityCompost ConnectWednesday, May 22, 13
  • 66. Metrics 2.0Wednesday, May 22, 13
  • 67. “Without power and independence, atown may contain good subjects, but itcan have no active citizens.”DeTocquevilleWednesday, May 22, 13
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