Collec&ve	
  Intelligence	
  
Created	
  in	
  Bogotá	
  in	
  2003	
  
Collec3ve	
  intelligence	
  in	
  social	
  ecosystems	
  
•  Ini3al	
  ques3on...
Collec3ve	
  Intelligence	
  (CI)	
  in	
  Social	
  
Ecosystems	
  
Collec3ve	
  Intelligence	
  
Groups	
  of	
  individ...
Centralized Descentralized Distributed
Paul	
  Baran	
  (1964)	
  
How to transition into network-like dynamics?
Mouse neurons Universe
Imagen de: http://www.visualcomplexity.com/vc/project.cfm?id=308
When we change the way we communicate, society changes
- Clay Shirky
New ways of communication >>
New ways of organization...
Las	
  organizaciones	
  como	
  ‘cas3llos’	
  
ORGANIZATIONS AS FORTRESSES
Heavy and difficult to integrate and adapt to pe...
ORGANIZATIONS AS PLATFORMS
They nurture, allow flowing, and only take what is necessary
Imagen de: http://wakpaper.com/id7...
With	
  who	
  have	
  we	
  worked	
  with?	
  
How	
  to	
  ac3vate	
  the	
  
Collec3ve	
  Intelligence	
  in	
  
Social	
  Ecosystems?	
  
1.	
  Mapping	
  social	
  ecosystems.	
  
David	
  Ryan	
  Robinson	
  
Mapping	
  of	
  Social	
  
Ecosystems	
  
•  Mapping	
  of	
  the	
  Child	
  
protec3on	
  Network	
  
•  Mapping	
  of	...
2.	
  Visualizing	
  relevant	
  ac3vi3es.	
  
Entrepreneurship	
  
ecosystem	
  
•  Making	
  visible	
  more	
  than	
  
36.000	
  entrepreneurships	
  
•  Coordina3on...
3.	
  Effec3ve	
  par3cipa3on	
  
Childhood	
  and	
  
adolescence	
  
•  Par3cipa3on	
  strategy	
  of	
  ‘Alianza	
  
por	
  la	
  Niñez’	
  for	
  the	
 ...
4.	
  Linking	
  actors.	
  
Construc3on	
  of	
  Public	
  
Policy	
  
•  Support	
  of	
  the	
  process	
  of	
  
Colombia’s	
  collec3ve	
  
constr...
5.	
  Dinamiza3on	
  of	
  communi3es	
  
Dinamiza3on	
  of	
  
Communi3es	
  
•  Dinamiza3on	
  for	
  4	
  years	
  of	
  
the	
  Na3onal	
  Network	
  of	
  
Bav...
Because	
  only	
  the	
  joint	
  
work	
  between	
  sectors	
  
generates	
  integral,	
  
per3nent	
  and	
  sustainab...
Some	
  of	
  our	
  projects	
  
h^p://hilando.gov.co	
  
h^p://www.poli3cadeinnovacionsocial.co	
  	
  
Open	
  Government	
  
RED DE EMPRENDEDORES BAVARIA !
Fundación Bavaria"
CSR Project"
The bigest Latinamerican Entrepreneurship
Network (more tha...
Impact	
  Hub	
  Bogotá	
  
CoFounders	
  
Physical space for co-working and additional
services for social, environmental...
COLOMBIA EN ACCIÓN – Acción Social"
!
The largest network of government officials of
the country (more than 10,000 officials...
!
Identifying and linking social innovation actors
that seek to overcome extreme poverty in
Colombia.!
#
!
Generate innova...
CONCORD"
The European NGO confederation for
relief and development"
Member to member participation and planning!
!
New par...
DEEEP"
Global coalition of citizens movements"
Crowdsourcing construction of a global
Declaration!
!
Johannesburg global c...
Technologies	
  
Methodologies	
  
World	
  Cafe	
   Proac3on	
  Cafe	
   Apprecia3ve	
  
Inquiry	
  
Design	
  
Thinking	
  
Lean	
  /	
  ...
Cll 69 N° 6-20 Impact HUB Bogotá!
Colombia" Europe"
Tel: (+57 1) 7430796 – 7430797!
info@somosmas.org!
Madrid!
Tel: (+34) ...
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  1. 1. Collec&ve  Intelligence  
  2. 2. Created  in  Bogotá  in  2003   Collec3ve  intelligence  in  social  ecosystems   •  Ini3al  ques3on:  How  to   increase  the  collec3ve   impact  of  social  inita3ves?     •  12  years  in  Colombia,     3  in  Europe   •  Exper3se  in  methodologies   and  technologies  
  3. 3. Collec3ve  Intelligence  (CI)  in  Social   Ecosystems   Collec3ve  Intelligence   Groups  of  individuals  doing   things  collec3vely  that  seem   intelligent   CCIT  -­‐  MIT   Social  Ecosystem   Group  of  interdependent   actors  that  evolve  in  a   common  context  
  4. 4. Centralized Descentralized Distributed Paul  Baran  (1964)   How to transition into network-like dynamics?
  5. 5. Mouse neurons Universe Imagen de: http://www.visualcomplexity.com/vc/project.cfm?id=308
  6. 6. When we change the way we communicate, society changes - Clay Shirky New ways of communication >> New ways of organization Imagende:http://brandcastmedia.com/kids-and-ipads/baby-with-ipad-4/
  7. 7. Las  organizaciones  como  ‘cas3llos’   ORGANIZATIONS AS FORTRESSES Heavy and difficult to integrate and adapt to people Imagen de: http://www.bethkanter.org/lightbulb-fortress-freeagent/
  8. 8. ORGANIZATIONS AS PLATFORMS They nurture, allow flowing, and only take what is necessary Imagen de: http://wakpaper.com/id78560/wallpapers-fish-reef-corals-in-the-pictur-hd-1920x1080-pixel.html
  9. 9. With  who  have  we  worked  with?  
  10. 10. How  to  ac3vate  the   Collec3ve  Intelligence  in   Social  Ecosystems?  
  11. 11. 1.  Mapping  social  ecosystems.   David  Ryan  Robinson  
  12. 12. Mapping  of  Social   Ecosystems   •  Mapping  of  the  Child   protec3on  Network   •  Mapping  of  service  routes  of   the  social  innova3on   ecosystem.   •  Mapping  of  the  cultural   entrepreneurs  ecosystem   (in  vulnerable  contexts)  
  13. 13. 2.  Visualizing  relevant  ac3vi3es.  
  14. 14. Entrepreneurship   ecosystem   •  Making  visible  more  than   36.000  entrepreneurships   •  Coordina3on  of  Global   Entrepreneurship  Week  in   Colombia   •  Leading  of  related  TEDx   event,  with  over  600   par3cipants  
  15. 15. 3.  Effec3ve  par3cipa3on  
  16. 16. Childhood  and   adolescence   •  Par3cipa3on  strategy  of  ‘Alianza   por  la  Niñez’  for  the  country’s   report  towards  the  the   Interna3onal  Conven3on  on  the   Rights  of  the  Child   •  Virtual  par3cipa3on  of  more  than   800  kids,  receiving  hundreds  of   submi^ed  idea  proposals   (crowdsourcing)   •  First  presiden3al  childhood  and   adolescence  public  accountability   exercise  with  more  than  6.000   par3cipa3ng  kids  with  more  than   2.000  ideas  and  ques3ons  
  17. 17. 4.  Linking  actors.  
  18. 18. Construc3on  of  Public   Policy   •  Support  of  the  process  of   Colombia’s  collec3ve   construc3on  of  the  Social   Innova3on  Policy.   •  Coordinated  work  since  2012   with  the  government,  under   the  leadership  of  the  Na3onal   Planning  Department,   Colciencias,  Agencia  Nacional   para  la  Superación  de  la   Pobreza  Extrema  –  ANSPE   with  principles  of   par3cipa3on,  collabora3on,   and  transparency.  
  19. 19. 5.  Dinamiza3on  of  communi3es  
  20. 20. Dinamiza3on  of   Communi3es   •  Dinamiza3on  for  4  years  of   the  Na3onal  Network  of   Bavaria’s  Entrepreneurs   (more  than  36.000)   •  Dinamiza3on  of  the   community  of  social   innova3on  of  Hilando,   supported  by  the  Center  of   Social  Innova3on  of  ANSPE  
  21. 21. Because  only  the  joint   work  between  sectors   generates  integral,   per3nent  and  sustainable   answers   Civil  Society  and  Post-­‐Conflict:  A  review  of  interna3onal  experiences.  Soraya  Montoya.  
  22. 22. Some  of  our  projects  
  23. 23. h^p://hilando.gov.co   h^p://www.poli3cadeinnovacionsocial.co     Open  Government  
  24. 24. RED DE EMPRENDEDORES BAVARIA ! Fundación Bavaria" CSR Project" The bigest Latinamerican Entrepreneurship Network (more than 36.000 entrepreneurs). ! ! Somos Más created it and operates netweaving dinamycs between entrepreneurs and the different actors of the entrepreneurship ecosystem in Colombia. We also developed the technology platform. ! ! http://www.redemprededoresbavaria.net!
  25. 25. Impact  Hub  Bogotá   CoFounders   Physical space for co-working and additional services for social, environmental and cultural entrepreneurs! ! •  1.200m2 for organizations and entrepreneurs! •  Part of an international network of 54 Hubs distributed around 6 continents! •  Cofounders with La Arenera (network of social entrepreneurs) and Fabricca! h^p://bogota.impacthub.net    
  26. 26. COLOMBIA EN ACCIÓN – Acción Social" ! The largest network of government officials of the country (more than 10,000 officials have participated).  ! ! Winner of the Excellency on online Government Citizen Service award.! ! http://redes.dps.gov.co! http://colombiaenaccion.gov.co! ! # !
  27. 27. ! Identifying and linking social innovation actors that seek to overcome extreme poverty in Colombia.! # ! Generate innovative solutions to overcome extreme poverty in the departments of Atlántico, Antioquia, Cundinamarca, Huila, Bolívar, Valle del Cauca, Chocó, Magdalena, La Guajira, Risaralda, Caldas, Nariño, Meta and Boyacá"
  28. 28. CONCORD" The European NGO confederation for relief and development" Member to member participation and planning! ! New participative practices within the secretariat and open to organziations and citizens! ! Technologies and methodologies to support it! Facilita3on  at  General  Assembly  
  29. 29. DEEEP" Global coalition of citizens movements" Crowdsourcing construction of a global Declaration! ! Johannesburg global conoference facilitation! ! Community building! ! Technologies and methodologies to support it!
  30. 30. Technologies  
  31. 31. Methodologies   World  Cafe   Proac3on  Cafe   Apprecia3ve   Inquiry   Design   Thinking   Lean  /  Agile  
  32. 32. Cll 69 N° 6-20 Impact HUB Bogotá! Colombia" Europe" Tel: (+57 1) 7430796 – 7430797! info@somosmas.org! Madrid! Tel: (+34) 627 286 598! europe@somosmas.org! Brussels! Tel: (+32) 484 662101!

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