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All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually
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All Together Now 01/05/08 presentation; how physical communities can be supported virtually

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A quick presentation given at the 'All Together Now' gathering on 01/05/08 at Channel Four.

A quick presentation given at the 'All Together Now' gathering on 01/05/08 at Channel Four.

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  • 1. Hello 2000…..………2002…………..2004……………..2006……..…..2007…… 2008.. I am an organisations and communities consultant and ‘blended facilitator’. In other words, I help groups of people do the things that they want and/or need to do.
  • 2. Hello
  • 3. Two books http://www.amazon.co.uk/Enough-John-Naish/dp/0340935901/ http://www.wethinkthebook.net/home.aspx
  • 4. … and a quick quote “… This is a world that knows how to organize itself without command and control or charisma. Everywhere, life self-organizes as networks of interdependent relationships. When individuals discover a common interest or passion, they organize themselves and figure out how to make things happen. Self-organizing evokes creativity and results, creating strong, adaptive systems. Surprising new strengths and capacities emerge from new relationships…” Leadership of Self-Organized Networks; Lessons from the War on Terror Wheatley, Margaret J. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 20(2) pp.59-66
  • 5. Our route for 12 minutes
    • Introduction
    • Case study: Bristol Climbing Centre
    • Case study: activmob
    • Review
  • 6. Bristol climbing centre
  • 7. Website http://www.undercover-rock.com/
  • 8. Facebook group
  • 9. The instructors’ sites and blogs
  • 10. Lots and lots of emails “… If you would like a space on this session then e.mail me back and I will let you know if there is a space available…” http://www.ianmillard.co.uk
  • 11. Lots of posters on walls
  • 12. Much mobile telephony http://nulovka.blogspot.com/2007/07/first-cell-phones.html
  • 13. 3rd party: Bouldr: route sharing http://bouldr.net/
  • 14. Distributed community tools
  • 15. Lots of activity and tools, but…
    • Multiple connection points and activities
    • Continuous re-invention of different wheels (technology solutions)
    • Lots of time spent fiddling with all this stuff
    • Infinitely expandable, but not coherently
    • Not joined up:
      • logistically
      • with the bigger picture in mind
    • Data going everywhere that could be used to achieve something bigger
  • 16. Our route for 12 minutes
    • Introduction
    • Case study: Bristol Climbing Centre
    • Case study: activmob
    • Review
  • 17. Platforms to enable communities http://www.activmob.com/ http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/en/Case-Studies/All-Case-Studies/Activmobs/
  • 18. Platforms to enable communities http://www.activmob.com/news/horsmonden-amblers
  • 19. Benefits of supportive model
    • Coherent and flexible model for all groups support
    • Suitable support for different actors in a group’s system
    • Accessible and inclusive for all
    • Effective data management opens up new opportunities
    • Effective facilitation to support emergence and motivation
    • Localised business models can emerge and be supported
    • Growing self-populating database for:
      • Intra-communities’ collaboration
      • research
      • marketing
      • meta-community development
  • 20. Engagement planning (Wilcox, D, 2006)
  • 21. Our route for 12 minutes
    • Introduction
    • Case study: Bristol Climbing Centre
    • Case study: activmob
    • Review
  • 22. So, in review
    • Software is not a ‘solution’, it’s a tool to realise the patterns we need
    • Design and plan the model before going near ‘technology’
      • centrally and openly to wider stakeholders
    • Model needs to afford multiplicity and centricity, publicity and privacy
    • Facilitation is required and should be taken seriously from design phase
      • physical and virtual, marketing and community building
    • ROI – big question – must generate results:
      • quantitative, qualitative
      • actual cash opportunities for actors in system
      • potential tie-ins with health/activity targets
  • 23. Thanks [email_address]

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