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Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
Liberate your control freaks
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Presentation from WebJam 3 in Sydney, 7 June 2007. Run it quick. It was done in three minutes!

Presentation from WebJam 3 in Sydney, 7 June 2007. Run it quick. It was done in three minutes!

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  1. Liberate your control freaks Driving social computing adoption in business A quiet revolution in 3 minutes by Stephen Collins acidlabs
  2. do you feel like you need this?
  3. to get this
  4. because you've got this
  5. and this guy doesn’t understand
  6. that you could actually do your job better
  7. if you had access to these at work
  8. so you feel like this
  9. how do you drive change?
  10. collaboration is everything
  11. start small start small
  12. build collaboration inside the wall
  13. share they with won’t everyone refuse and expect would nothing in return you...?
  14. empower people and give them a voice
  15. gather allies
  16. be the elephant in the room
  17. a cubicle commando!
  18. demonstrate business value in terms of productivity or savings
  19. then this guy... remember him?
  20. because you have this
  21. and these are gone
  22. he’s now this guy... and thinks you (and he) are geniuses
  23. because everyone is doing their job better
  24. and they’ve got these... and more
  25. and this is everywhere
  26. and they these think people are you’re sharing a openly genius too
  27. you’re like this guy
  28. you can save the world
  29. well, at least where you work...
  30. Other resources These should get you started... ‣Tara Hunt’s blog - http://horsepigcow.com/ ‣Luis Suarez’ blog - http://elsua.org/ ‣Prof. Andrew McAfee’s blog - http://blog.hbs.edu/faculty/ amcafee/ ‣Euan Semple’s blog - http://theobvious.typepad.com/ ‣Meet Charlie - http://www.slideshare.net/slgavin/meet-charlie- what-is-enterprise20/ ‣Learning 2.0: 23 Things - http://plcmcl2-things.blogspot.com/ ‣RSS is Your Friend - http://www.leelefever.com/archives/ 001398.html Inspiration for the title of this talk from Euan Semple http://theobvious.typepad.com/blog/2007/03/liberate_your_c.html
  31. Licensing http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
  32. Like the cool pictures? Mostly from iStockphoto.com Except for: ‣Silos, http://flickr.com/photos/zoomzoom/304135268/ - slide 4, 21 ‣Social computing app logos, various sites - slide 7, 24 ‣Book, http://cubiclecommando.com.au - slide 17 ‣Hiro Nakamura, http://www.nbc.com/Heroes/ - slide 27 ‣Eclipse, www.david.zen.co.uk/eclipse/ - slide 28
  33. Stephen Collins trib@acidlabs.org skype: trib22 twitter: trib +61 410 680722 www.acidlabs.org blog.acidlabs.org www.thoughtglue.com strategies, tools and processes to empower knowledge workers

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