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A social value system for e-government presentation as part of the executive MBA class lecture @ EPFL Lausanne October 2009

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  • CE 2.0 consist of three building block CE 2.0 architecture The architecture is based on reusable web services, standard protocols (Restful, ATOM, WebDAV) and extensible set of web widgets. Community Life cycle Methodology To drive a consistent community model, we creating a standard methodology called “Community in a Box” It describes the tools, roles and psychological dynamics of a community and provides a cook book how to build/sustain and archive measurable communities. Community Equity The objective is to show you the Social Capital and Trust you gain by actively participate in communities
  • We are implementing this architecture in a phased approach. You might have notices that we already integrated the CE 2.0 Rating/Comment, Tagging and Attachment service (myShare with the August release for Cepedia. In addition we launched the CE2.0 search services which is the first ture mashup service by showing the related document types, tags, people, communities and email alias in a single search result. With CE2.0/CEC we launch the first pilot of the Social network services. Go to surl/ceclive and experience it yourself. Lookup the session content, rate and leave your feedback via session forum. Find your peers on the site and add them as friends...
  • CE 2.0 consist of three building block CE 2.0 architecture The architecture is based on reusable web services, standard protocols (Restful, ATOM, WebDAV) and extensible set of web widgets. Community Life cycle Methodology To drive a consistent community model, we creating a standard methodology called “Community in a Box” It describes the tools, roles and psychological dynamics of a community and provides a cook book how to build/sustain and archive measurable communities. Community Equity The objective is to show you the Social Capital and Trust you gain by actively participate in communities
  • Web 2.0 is a user centric phenomena . People can express themselves through blogs, videos, podcast etc. The community decides what is hot through rating,voting, comments. The community creates a dynamic social value system were good content bubbles up and less interesting content bubbles down.. But how do YOU gain reputation and trust in a virtual world ?
  • As part of CE 2.0 we are creating a Community Equity System which shows you to value you generate by actively participating in Online communities. AT CEC we running the first pilot of Community Equity ... How do you participate ? Very simple , go to surl/ceclive and rate for sessions you have visited, provide feedback or adding related content to CEC into your myshare. You will automatically see what Contribution or Participation Equity you have got by going to your myProfle and watch the Personal Equity Widget. Furhermore we have a contest for the most active contributor and participant. You can check the current status on the CEC home page.

Social Value System for e-gov Social Value System for e-gov Presentation Transcript

  • A social value system for e-government Peter H. Reiser Sun Microsystems Inc. Switzerland [email_address]
  • Agenda
    • Internet history
    • Web 2.0 and cultural Paradigm shifts
    • How to build vibrant communities
    • Case Study: SunSpace
    • Workshop/Brainstorming
      • A social value system for e-gov
  • Agenda
    • Internet history
    • Web 2.0 and cultural Paradigm shifts
    • How to build vibrant communities
    • Case Study: SunSpace
    • Workshop/Brainstorming
      • A social value system for e-gov
  • Web 1.0 - Have Lunch or 'Be Lunch'
    • Standardization of Technology
    • 'Under served'
    • .com bubble
      • Scared about dis-intermediation
    community Technology Processes Hope Consumer to business
  • Web 2.0 – Exhibitionism & Mashup Netvibes.com Community Tagging Technology Processes Semantic Web Community Equity Open Source Social Networking
  • Web Next – Participate and Win ! Community Social Media Technology Processes Semantic Web Social Equity Open Source
  • Agenda
    • Internet history
    • Web 2.0 and cultural Paradigm shifts
    • How to build vibrant communities
    • Case Study: SunSpace
    • Workshop/Brainstorming
      • A social value system for e-gov
  • Web 2.0 Paradigm Shifts
    • Web centric
    • Pull and push
    • Downloads & hits
    • Read-only
    • People centric
    • Mash-up
    • Social Value
    • Read/ Write
    Dot Com Web 2.0
  • Cultural Paradigm Shifts
    • Know-How
    • Knowledge is Power
    • Communication
    • Know Who knows how
    • Sharing is Power
    • Communities
    Old World New World
  • Agenda
    • Internet history
    • Web 2.0 and cultural Paradigm shifts
    • How to build vibrant communities
    • Case Study: SunSpace
    • Workshop/Brainstorming
      • A social value system for e-gov
  • How to build vibrant communities Architecture Methodology Value System Community 1 Community 2 Community n
  • Architecture Architecture Methodology Value System Community 1 Community 2 Community n Architecture
  • Architecture
  • Methodology Architecture Methodology Value System Community 1 Community 2 Community n Architecture
  • Methodology MMFI Make Me Feel Included
  • Methodology WIIFM What Is In It For Me ?
  • Value System Architecture Methodology Value System Community 1 Community 2 Community n Architecture
  • Social Value / Community Equity
    • Social reputation
    • Who can I trust ?
    • What is my status in the community ?
    • What is in it for me?
  • Value System MMFV Make Me Feel Valued
  • Community Equity
  • Information Equity Content Activities People create modify download view rate comment tag
  • Personal Equity my Community Equity Activities Me Contribution create modify Tag Participation view rate comment reuse People
  • Use Cases
    • Show all Contribution Tags of a user ordered by Tag Equity (Social value of a tag)
    • Show all Contributions from user ordered by Information Equity (Social value of an information)
  • Tag Equity Info 1 IQ=10 Info 2 IQ=20 Java TQ=30 Ruby TQ=20
  • Tag Equity Info 1 IQ=10 Info 2 IQ=20 Info 3 IQ=30 Java TQ=60 Ruby TQ=60 Info 4 IQ=40
  • Tag Equity Info 1 IQ=10 Info 2 IQ=20 Info 3 IQ=30 Java TQ=60 Ruby TQ=60 TQ(Java)=30 TQ(Ruby)=20 Info 4 IQ=40 TQ(Java)=30 TQ(Ruby)=40
  • Use Cases
    • Show the top xx information for tag x
    • Show the top xx experts for tag x
  • Agenda
    • Internet history
    • Web 2.0 and cultural Paradigm shifts
    • How to build vibrant communities
    • Case Study: SunSpace
    • Workshop/Brainstorming
      • A social value system for e-gov
  • What is SunSpace ?
    • A concept and architecture designed to build and nourish vibrant communities within an organization.
    • The architecture of SunSpace promotes participation and nurtures organic development of knowledge in communities
    • Calculates “community equity” for people, communities and content as a means to promote participation
    • Integrates with existing knowledge bases and repositories in an organization
    • Promotes sharing and focuses on and satisfies individual needs of participants
  • What is SunSpace ?
    • A concept and architecture designed to build and nourish vibrant communities within an organization.
    • The architecture of SunSpace promotes participation and nurtures organic development of knowledge in communities
    • Calculates “community equity” for people, communities and content as a means to promote participation
    • Integrates with existing knowledge bases and repositories in an organization
    • Promotes sharing and focuses on and satisfies individual needs of participants
    • 25'000 users
    • 500+ communities
    • 10 X growth in 6 month
    • Secure Enterprise Wiki
    • Architecture, Methodology, Value System
  • MyProfile
  • Communities
  • Search
  • Agenda
    • Internet history
    • Web 2.0 and cultural Paradigm shifts
    • How to build vibrant communities
    • Case Study: SunSpace
    • Workshop/Brainstorming
      • A social value system for e-gov
  • Value System for e-gov
    • Web 2.0 gives a 21st century spin on Abraham Lincoln's adage: 'Government of the people, by the people for the people'.
    • Reference:http://www.egov.vic.gov.au/index.php?env=-innews/detail:m2654-1-1-8-s-0:n-1753-1-0--
  • Value System for e-gov
    • Audience
      • Citizens ?
    • Ontology
      • Geographic ?
    • Value Model - What is in it for me
      • Recognition, Incentive ?
    • Quantitative measure ?
      • http://www.egovernment.ch/de/aktuell/wettbewerb.php
  • Reasons
    • # Web 2.0 gives government new ways to hear the voice of the citizen and to talk with them in a different type of dialogue. The online environment becomes an additional means by which analysts in government can tap into public opinion as a way of improving service design and delivery.
    • # The social web, can be a bell-weather for broader, societal trends, that offers government a new way of listening to the conversation so as to glean new insights as they are forming. It's a form of real time, rapid public polling.
    • # Web 2.0 offers government a modern interface with which to re-establish the 'public town square' by creating the space for disparate voices to be heard and to be connected to each other.
    • # Government can act as creative broker by opening up access to government information and data and facilitating opportunities for new and unexpected community driven initiatives to emerge or for new opportunities for business to value/add and create new services.
    • # It recognises and welcomes the power shift that occurs when mobile communications in particular empowers citizens with an 'on the spot' advantage to broadcast an image or tweet an event before the official announcement or press release. Because Web 2.0 tools can act to contest the space for authority once the sole preserve of government or officialdom, it makes sense for government to facilitate a partnership culture for this to occur.
    • # All of these elements serve to welcome into the mix of government consultative processes a new creative energy drawn from different social sub-cultures and therefore new ways of thinking – it's a new front door to government.
    • # It can be a force for organisational cultural change because it creates new ways of doing thing s that can lead to a reinvigoration of internal government processes.
    • # The transparency and accountability of the process may strengthen citizen goodwill towards government.
  • Example
  • Networking Peter H. Reiser +41 79 406 42 91 [email_address] http://twitter.com/peterreiser http://blogs.sun.com/peterreiser http://www.linkedin.com/in/peterreiser http://facebook.com/peterreiser Skype: peterreiser .. and many more like friendsfeed, identi.ca, plaxo, xing, slideshare, delicio.us....