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The Online vs. Offline Life: Etiquette, Exposure, Privacy, Barriers (Bgimgt566sx 2010 October Intensive Saturday)

  1. 1. Saturday Intensive The Online vs. Offline Life Etiquette, Exposure, Privacy, Barriers Saturday, October 3rd, Room 105
  2. 2. Planning the Day Caleb Bushner’s Google Profile message: “I wake up every morning determined both to change the world and have one hell of a good time. Sometimes this makes planning the day a little Caleb difficult.” Bushner – EB White
  3. 3. October Intensive: Saturday Opening Circle Who Are We? Online Pet Peeves Alignment with Other Classes Agenda Review of Weeks 1 & 2 The Online vs Offline Life Team Performance Model Time Place Model Four Kinds of Privacy Questioning the Online Life About Sunday
  4. 4. Briefly tell us: Why are you motivated Opening Circle to increase your roles & participation online?
  5. 5. Who are we? There are 27 students: Who are we? 21 are Hybrid MBA students 5 Auditing 1 Staff 12 are 3 Year students 13 are men, 14 are women 13 are in Seattle Area, 4 are Portland Area, 9 elsewhere All but 2 are Pacific Time Zone
  6. 6. Career Interests Unlike last year, many of Who are we? you don’t know which sector you will be working in. Last year 1/2 were entrepreneurs. 5 listed “Food/Ag” as an industry concentration as opposed to 6 last year listing “Sustainable Community Economic Development”
  7. 7. Do you actively read blogs? Do you publish, maintain or update a blog? No Yes 12 7 50% 29% Yes No 11 16 46% 67% Do you actively comment on blogs? Is your blog sustainability or green focused? Yes Yes 2 3 8% 13% No No 5 20 21% 83%
  8. 8. Do you read blogs using an RSS news reader? Yes 7 29% No 15 63%
  9. 9. Do you actively watch user-generated video (YouTube, et al)? Yes 17 71% No 5 21% Have you ever uploaded a video? No 17 71% Yes 6 25%
  10. 10. If yes, do you consider your social Do you actively visit social networking networking profile up-to-date? sites? Yes 15 Yes 63% 19 79% No 7 29% No 4 Do you actively update your status on a 17% website (such as Facebook, Twitter, or FriendFeed)? Yes 13 54% No 10 42%
  11. 11. How often do you visit? How often do you update your status?
  12. 12. Do you actively search using any social bookmarking sites? Yes 6 25% No 17 71% Do you actively tag websites using any social bookmarking sites? Yes 8 33% No 15 63%
  13. 13. Do you you actively use any online photo websites (Flickr, Picassa, et al)? Yes 9 38% No 14 58%
  14. 14. Do you actively watch broadcast TV (Hulu, iTunes, etc.) or movies (TiVo Amazon Downloading, Netflix Streaming, et al) over the internet? Yes 18 75% No 5 21% If yes, what are your favorite sources of online entertainment? Hulu (x7), Netflix(x7), iTunes (x2), CollegeHumor,, Amazon,, Outside of BGI school activities and video streaming, about how many minutes a day do you spend online? 165 minutes average, 120 median During the BGI school year, how many minutes a day do you spend online for BGI related activities? 140 minutes average, 120m median
  15. 15. What is your preferred method of communication?
  16. 16. In your online life, do you consider yourself mostly a:
  17. 17. The Bargain “Hey Social Media, I know we spend a lot of time together, but you don't really know me... I'm not really holding up my end of the bargain. I hang out with you all the time and I've finally realized that it's been all take, take, take on my end. Sure, I'll post every once in a while, but usually it's coming from a Alex bit of ego or narcissism on my part. I'm not really Salkin engaging in the conversation... So I'm willing to change if you give me a chance. I'll learn how to give back as well as I can. I'll learn the best way to help you grow and evolve during the time we're together.”
  18. 18. Assumptions Assumptions There are a number of you with PCs You should collectively choose video editor software to ease support About a third of the group have significantly more social web experience In first weeks they can help mentor those with less experience
  19. 19. Mentoring How can we be more effective with mentoring?
  20. 20. Some Quick Questions How well do you know each other? How many people have been in a team with someone else here? How many people are taking Marketing? How many people are taking Creativity & Right Livelihood? How many wish to get 1 or 2 of their 6 Industry Concentration projects done in this class?
  21. 21. Alignment with Other Courses
  22. 22. Alignment with Other Courses This course is also a synthesis course You will be using all you have learned so far at BGI And everything you are learning now That is why I am participating in your other classes: So that I can share in the Shared Language you are learning elsewhere Integrate those thoughts and ideas when appropriate for this course Leverage the time that you are spending in other courses
  23. 23. Alignment with Other Courses Opening Circle The Economy of Circle 180 min. = 50 sec/voice How do you effectively convey who you are and your purpose? Creativity & Right Livelihood The Design Process Leadership Personal Development Storytelling your life Marketing Ethics
  24. 24. Alignment with Other Courses The Story Factor (Murphy) Who I Am Stories Why I Am Here Stories My Vision Story Teaching Stories Values in Action Stories "I Know what you are Thinking" Stories
  25. 25. Common litmus tests Golden Rule Panel of Peers Mom
  26. 26. Alignment with Other Courses Enlightened Marketing Ethics (Murphy) Non-malfeasance knowingly do no harm Non-deception do not misrepresent or deceive Protect the vulnerable not just children or elderly Distributive justice systems with consequences that create fair trade Stewardship social duties to the common good
  27. 27. Scan Review of Weeks 1 & 2 Focus Act
  28. 28. Review of Weeks 1 & 2 Shared Language & Shared Artifacts
  29. 29. Remember the conversation Shared Language yesterday in on “The Modern & Artifacts Marketing Process”? There was some discussion about lack of iteration in the model. That is a classic example how a Shared Language is created. If we had created a new model, that would be a Shared Artifact, which would have been powerful. In our course, we need to create these Shared Artifacts.
  30. 30. Review of Weeks 1 & 2 Shared Language & Shared Artifacts What are some of the other Shared Language that we have created? Any Artifacts?
  31. 31. Review of Weeks 1 & 2 Shared Language & Shared Artifacts What are some of the other Shared Language that we have created? Any Artifacts? Social Bookmarking
  32. 32. What have we tagged? There are 22 students: Tagging 263 new bookmarks in our class network, 972 keywords Average 12 new bookmarks per student, led by Christina Hulet with 33 bookmarks and 238 unique keywords I have 2121 bookmarks, and 3461 unique tags — I started May 2004
  33. 33. What are we tagging?
  34. 34. Common Issues Some use of commas Tagging Problems Some use of other punctuation, e.g. ski_sites, ski_tuning, ski_services digital-storytelling, digital.storytelling, digital_storytelling; better to use separate words or combine Be careful with plurals and possessives, e.g. hfc’s Better singular if any question May want add ‘bgimgt561’ tag for marketing class related items
  35. 35. Delicious bundle:bgimgt566sx-2010
  36. 36. Review of Weeks 1 & 2 Shared Language & Shared Artifacts What are some of the other Shared Language that we have created? Any Artifacts? Social Bookmarking Google Reader
  37. 37. The Firehose “In the morning, I got it. No mistake we are getting firehosed with information. Brilliant. Drown them in an impossible number of readings and things that will ‘encourage’ the students to convert to Google Reader sooner rather than later. (Duh!). I am convinced... Carol Schreitmueller ...I need more information than I am getting, and I need to be able to find and the retrieve it. Then read and assimilate it. Got the point. I need more info, not less, to do what I do in the business world. Filter or Die! I need this course, these tools, this experience. Tomorrow is another day. Looking forward to it!”
  38. 38. The BGI Social Web How do I manage all that the Social Web has to offer? I’m overwhelmed now! Learn to how to more effectively filter information Learn to “aggregate” by using RSS! Learn skills of: Scan Focus Act
  39. 39. Optimize your Browsing by Aggregating
  40. 40. Scan The BGI Social Web First decide how long you have to read. I suggest be prepared to spend 1 hour the first time you do this. Plan about 1/5th of your time to scan. So for one hour spend 10 minutes.
  41. 41. Focus The BGI Social Web Scan first, then read. Don’t read anything that you don’t think is interesting.
  42. 42. Don’t read them all — Scan!
  43. 43. The BGI Dig Deeper Social Web Use Google BlogSearch to find blogs and news feeds about subjects you care about. Add them to Google Reader, tag them appropriately for their topics, (i.e. “colleague” “read- daily”, “close-first-degree”, “innovation”, etc.)
  44. 44. Act The BGI Like & Share your favorite Social Web Google Reader posts with others! Follow your colleagues Google Reader lists. Browse your colleagues Google Reader items, and Like & Share them yourself. Join the conversation!
  45. 45. Multitasking? “For example, despite the evidence that multi- tasking is an unproductive practice, I see job-post after job-post requiring excellent multi-tasking skills. This is strange, why would an employer require skills that are proven to be unproductive?” Bria Schlottman
  46. 46. Flow is the mental state of operation in which a person in an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and success in the process of the activity. “doing without doing” “action of inaction” “in the zone” “present” “in the groove” “being at one” “flow”
  47. 47. vs. Caffeine Nicotene
  48. 48. Review of Weeks 1 & 2 Shared Language & Shared Artifacts What are some of the other Shared Language that we have created? Any Artifacts? Social Bookmarking Google Reader Personal Learning Journals
  49. 49. Risk & Authenticity “Christopher's words captured one of the central tensions in my life, one I have known for years but never realized. That is, I live with two competing commitments. The first is a genuine desire to live big, to have a voice and to be impactful in the world. The Christina second is a protective instinct, a fear of public Stewart embarrassment and a shying away from spotlights that Hulet invite criticism... His question brought that home: How much am I willing to expose myself to bring change in the world? Though I'm not sure what my answer is, it lies somewhere within authenticity. My authenticity. ”
  50. 50. Ego vs. True Self “So there are of course, two sides to this coin, though I think I could safely say that in both cases, the social web provides a way for people to present their egos online, while keeping their true selves hidden in the offline world. Is this something that we can call good or bad? Is it another example of a simple, neutral, tool Caleb which can be used for good or bad? Are there people Summers out there who genuinely and authentically represent themselves?”
  51. 51. Trust “Today we must be proficient with a multitude of social web tools to even just begin skimming the surface of interactions. The possibilities are endless. Yet the foundation remains the same: trust at the core; integrity, dependability and reciprocity close Darren behind. Even if we never come face to face with Guyaz someone within our network, trust must be present.”
  52. 52. Lush “How do I move forward with wisdom when the whole field is the embodiment of reckless youth? ... Yet, there is some natural bio-mimicry happening as the web content of social media bursts forth like the morning glories in my back yard - carpeting the Jodie landscape, making it lush and vibrant and totally out of Emmett control. I can appreciate the process of letting things develop and naming the patterns latter. The mega view of it seems enticing, wild and leaves me wishing I could watch it in time lapse.”
  53. 53. Under Water / Overwhelmed “I know my learning curve is exponential right now and I think it will get easier but I could use some one- on-one time with someone to smooth out the kinks. I don’t want to take valuable time away from folks that are taking this for credit though. Ideas? My first inclination is to find someone in class to help me. I Lisa recall you sent a list of experienced folk around. I will Berntsen have to go find that list.”
  54. 54. Authority “(Some people) argue that no "real" social change can come about with the aid of the social-web because everyone gets a voice and that drowns out the nuances of discussion. ... So, if you are a nay-sayer and skeptic of the quality of Nina information and dialogue that is on the internet, will Carduner you throw your hands up in the air and unplug? To do so would be forfeiting your chance at participating in the story. So, why not take up your keyboard and join the conversation.”
  55. 55. Discussion of Readings “The Knowledge is in the Room”
  56. 56. What were your takeaways from Optional Readings? Takeaways
  57. 57. The  Presenta7on  “Back  Channel” Benefits?    Audience  can:   Back  Channel  =  audience  twiIer   -­‐-­‐focus    -­‐-­‐get  more  content      -­‐-­‐par7cipate         chiIer  chaIer  during  a  presenta7on -­‐-­‐get  ques7ons  answered      -­‐-­‐innovate   -­‐-­‐do  something  else            -­‐-­‐connect               -­‐-­‐be  present  w/o  being  present What  about  the  Speaker?   -­‐-­‐typing  =  provoking       -­‐-­‐immediate  feedback     -­‐-­‐they  won’t  fall  asleep -­‐-­‐colleagues  can  answer  ?s  for  you Manage  and  Moderate  the  Back  Channel  –  Be  Adap*ve 1.    Audience  Ombudsman      2.    TwiIer  Breaks        3.    Display  Feed   Photo  credit  :  Pete  Lambert  in  How  to  Present  While  People  are   Twi7ering    by  Guest  Post  on  February  23,  2009
  58. 58. + the Lesson !! May 2, 2006 – has anything changed since? (of course) !! Personal Value comes before Network Value !! The individual user must be invested the content before providing benefit to the distributed group of users !! Tagging is a tool – not a panacea !! Will not (can not) make up for sloppy design/bad interface !! Tagging > Categories !! Tagging is not “stuck” – but it should not be the primary purpose of creating and consuming online content paul.taylor.hess 60
  59. 59. My  children,  I’ve   Jesus’   returned  to  save   you! Triumphant   Return  to  Earth (in  an  era  of  backchanneling…) Seen  David  Blaine  do   that  b4.  Not  impressed OMG!  It’s   Do  u  think  this  means   MG! Yup.  Jane  was   I  shoulda  went  to   my  hair  appt  is   cancelled? Buddhist. church  last  week.   FML!
  60. 60. Understanding  the  Facebook Terms  of  Service • FB  “freakout”  over  TOS • Signing  up  for  an  account  grants  FB   rights  over  your  “property” • Lack  of  clarity  in  TOS  =  problems  later • “If  you  can’t  get  out,  maybe  you   shouldn’t  get  in  in  the  first  place.”   Rocketboom  “Understanding  the  Facebook  Terms  of  Service”  2009-­‐02-­‐19 Image:  hIp://­‐zuckerberg870.jpg
  61. 61. Yesterday’s Information
  62. 62. User-Centric Identity: Use of Zero Knowledge Proofs Shifting user identity from the company to the user, zero knowledge proofs are: • Completeness • Soundness • Zero-knowledge* * Kim Powe
  63. 63. RUDE? AWKWARD?
  64. 64. What is Whuffie? Whuffie is: The currency of social capital! The five principles of whuffie are: 1. Stop talking & start listening. 2. Become a part of the community you serve. 3. Create amazing customer experiences. 4. Embrace the chaos. 5. Find your higher purpose.
  65. 65. I  wonder  where   Big  Bird  is?
  66. 66. The Online vs Offline Life “The lines are blurring”
  67. 67. Some More Shared Language Team Performance Model Orientation, Trust Building, Goal Clarification, Commitment, Implementation, High Performance, Renewal Time Place Model Same-Time/Same-Place, Same-Time/ Different-Place, Different-Time/ Different Place, Different-Time/Same Place
  68. 68. Some More Shared Language Four Kinds of Privacy Defensive, Human-Rights, Personal, Contextual
  69. 69. Drexler/Sibbet 1. TM 7. Orientation WHY Team Performance Renewal WHY am I here? 2. model 6. continue? Trust Hig h Building Performance WHO WOW! are you? 3. 5. Goal Clari cation Implementation WHAT WHO does WHAT, are we doing?? WHEN, WHERE? 4. Commitment HOW will we do it? CREATING S USTAINING Drexler/Sibbet Team Performance Model
  70. 70. Orientation WHY When team are forming, everyone wonders WHY they are there, what their potential is and whether others 1. will accept them. People need some Orientation kind of answer to continue. WHY am I here?
  71. 71. Trust Building WHO Next, people want to know WHO they will work with – their 2. expectations, agendas and Trust competencies. Sharing builds trust and a free exchange among team Building members. WHO are you?
  72. 72. Goal Clarification WHAT The more concrete work of the team begins with clarity about team 3. goals, basic assumptions and vision. Goal Terms and definitions come to the fore. WHAT are the priorities? Clari cation WHAT are we doing??
  73. 73. Commitment HOW At some point discussions need to end and decisions must be made 4. about HOW resources, time, staff – Commitment all the bottom line constraints – will be managed. Agreed roles are key. HOW will we do it?
  74. 74. Implementation WHAT, WHEN, WHERE Teams turn the corner when they begin to sequence work and settle 5. on WHO does WHAT, WHEN, and WHERE in action. Timing and Imp lementation scheduling dominate this stage. WHO does WHAT, WHEN, WHERE?
  75. 75. High Performance WOW! When methods are mastered, a team can begin to change its goals and flexibly respond to the environment. 6. The team say can say WOW! and Hig h surpass expectations. Performance WOW!
  76. 76. Renewal WHY Teams are dynamic. People get tired; members change. People wonder WHY continue? It's time to harvest 7. learning and prepare for a new cycle Renewal of action. WHY continue?
  77. 77. Orientation » Trust Building What keeps someone from moving forward? Disorientation 1. Orientation Uncertainty WHY Fear am I here? What is required to move to Trust 2. Trust Building? Building Purpose WHO are you? Team Identity Membership
  78. 78. Trust Building » Goal Clarification What keeps someone from moving forward? 2. Caution Trust Mistrust Building WHO Facade are you? What is required to move to Goal 3. Goal Clarification? Clari cation WHAT Mutual Regard are we doing?? Forthrightness Reliability
  79. 79. Goal Clarification » Commitment What keeps someone from moving forward? 3. Goal Dependence Clari cation Resistance WHAT are we doing?? What is required to move to Commitment? 4. Commitment Assigned roles HOW Allocated resources will we do it? Decisions made
  80. 80. Commitment » Implementation What keeps someone from moving forward? 5. Conflict/confusion Imp lementation Nonalignment WHO does WHAT, WHEN, WHERE? Missed deadlines 4. What is required to move to Commitment Implementation? HOW Clear process will we do it? Alignment Disciplined execution
  81. 81. Implementation » High Performance What keeps someone from moving forward? Overload 6. Hig h Disharmony Performance WOW! What is required to move to High Performance? 5. Spontaneous interaction Imp lementation WHO does WHAT, Synergy WHEN, WHERE? Surpassing results
  82. 82. High Performance » Renewal What keeps someone from moving forward? Boredom 7. Renewal Burnout WHY What is required to move to continue? Renewal? 6. Recognition & celebration Hig h Performance Change Mastery WOW! Staying power
  83. 83. Drexler/Sibbet Resolved Team Performance Resolved TM Recognition & P urpose celebration 1. C hange mastery 7. T eam Identit y model Orientation Membershi p S taying power Renewal Resolved WHY S pontaneous interaction WHY am I here? Resolved S ynergy continue? Mutual regard S urpassing results Forthrightness 2. Reliability 6. Unresolved Unresolved Trust Resolved Resolved Disorientation Hig h B oredom Building E xplicit assumptions Clear processes B urnout Uncertainty Clear, integrated Alignment Performance F ear WHO goals Discipl ined WOW! Unreso lved are you? S hared vision execution Unresolved C aution 3. Overload Mis trus t 5. Goal Disharmony F acade Resolv ed Implementation Clari cation Assigned roles Unreso lved WHO does WHAT, Apathy WHAT Allocated S kepticism are we doing?? resources WHEN, WHE R E? Unresolved Irrelevant Decisio ns ma de C on ict/confus ion competition Nonalignment Unreso lved 4. Missed dealines Dependence Commitment Resistance HOW will we do it? CREATING S USTAINING Drexler/Sibbet Team Performance Model
  84. 84. Same Time Different Time Same Same Place Different Place Place Different Same Time Different Place Different Place Different Time Same Different Time Time Place Model
  85. 85. Graffiti, Same Face-to-Face Posting Board Intensive Place Different Elluminate, Moodle, Chat, IM Email Same Different Time Time Place Model
  86. 86. Drexler/Sibbet 1. TM 7. Orientation Team Performance Renewal WHY e WHY model ac continue? Pl am I here? e m Sa 2. e 6. im Trust eT Hig h Building m Performance Sa WHO WOW! are you? Sa m 3. eT 5. e Goal lac im Implementation tP e Clari cation Sa en WHAT WHO does WHAT, m er e i ff Pla are we doing?? WHEN, WHERE? D c e e im tT 4. Sa en m Commitment er eT iff im HOW D e Di will we do it? ffe re ntP lac e CREATING S USTAINING Team Performance & Time Place Model images/team_performance.gif
  87. 87. Stages of Team Development: Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing* performance time Same Time Same Place Different Time Different Place Same Time Different Place * Bruce Tuckman, 1965
  88. 88. Hackman’s Conditions for Team Effectiveness Supportive Organizational Context Te a m Eff Co ec tiv mp e ne e elli ss tur ng norms uc Str autonomy •product acceptable team size clear Dir to client ec ng feedback challenging tio bli n •team grows in capability a meaningful work consequential En •individual members learn responsibility accountability Real Team J. Richard Hackman, Leading Teams: Setting the stage Expert Coaching for Great performances. Harvard Business School Press, 2002
  89. 89. Hackman’s Conditions for Team Effectiveness Supportive Organizational Context 2. Trust Building Te WHO Same Time Different Place a m Eff Co are you? ec tiv mp e ne e elli ss 7. tur 1. 4. Renewal ng norms uc Orientation Commitment WHY Str autonomy •product acceptable Dir WHY HOW continue? am I here? team size clear will we do it? to client ec ng feedback challenging tio bli n •team grows in capability a meaningful work consequential En •individual members 5. learn Same Time Same Place Imp lementation responsibility WHO does WHAT, 6. accountability WHEN, WHERE? Hig h Performance 3. Real Team WOW! Goal Clari cation WHAT Different Time Different Place are we doing?? J. Richard Hackman, Leading Teams: Setting the stage Expert Coaching for Great performances. Harvard Business School Press, 2002 Same Time Same Place
  90. 90. Four Kinds of Privacy
  91. 91. Split Personality “In setting up accounts for this class I continually run into the problem. Genius Idea Lady is the public persona I want to brand... Alma How do I keep my personalities split ... yet Lorraine together?” Bone Constable
  92. 92. Facebook “So this leaves me with the question, do I create another Facebook account that is my "real" account, like one does with email, or do I just use it for mundane updates, communicating very little and rely on the old school social networking channels to communicate my real news and feelings?” Kimberly Powe
  93. 93. Paradox “I consider myself to be an open and sharing person. I tend to tell anybody, anything about my life, often sharing information that nobody else really wants to know.Yet online I am exactly the opposite. I don't want to share anything with anybody. I keep all of my networks and blogs Gabriel private and would never think to make them public. Fertman What is the difference between the two that makes me fell so insecure about my on-line life?”
  94. 94. Four Kinds of Privacy Defensive Privacy “2007: The number of US adult victims of identity fraud 8.4 million in 2007. Total one year fraud amount $49.3 billion in 2007. The mean fraud amount per fraud victim $5,720 in 2007. The mean resolution time 25 hours per victim in 2007” – Privacy Law Center
  95. 95. Four Kinds of Privacy Human-Rights Privacy “These registration systems and the related identity cards played an important role in the apprehension of Dutch Jews and Gypsies prior to their eventual deportation to the death camps. Dutch Jews had the highest death rate (73 percent) of Jews residing in any occupied western European country--far higher than the death rate among the Jewish population of Belgium (40 percent) and France (25 percent), for example.” – “Dark Side of Numbers” Seltzer & Anderson
  96. 96. Four Kinds of Privacy Personal Privacy “They:The makers of the Constitution: conferred, as against the government, the right to be let alone – the most comprehensive of rights and the right most valued by civilized men." – Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis (1928) “I am a technological activist. I have a political agenda. I am in favor of basic human rights: to free speech, to use any information and technology, to purchase and use recreational drugs, to enjoy and purchase so-called 'vices', to be free of intruders, and to privacy.” – Bram Cohen, creator of BitTorrent (1999)
  97. 97. Four Kinds of Privacy Contextual Privacy “Ickiness is the guttural reaction that makes you cringe, scrunch your nose or gasp ‘ick’ simply because there’s something slightly off, something disconcerting, something not socially right about an interaction.” – danah boyd (2004)
  98. 98. Questioning the Online Life
  99. 99. It it serving me? “I am wondering... is the time I spend online with my virtual networks serving me at this time? Would I be happier and healthier spending those precious life moments outside in the sunshine or writing a personal letter to someone special? If I were to de-activate my online life: Would I lose friendships and connections or Julie would I gain friendships and connections?” Roulette
  100. 100. Creators & Change Agents You are all Creators “Publication is a self-invasion of privacy.” – Marshal McLuhan You all all Change Agents “In exchange for power, influence, command and a place in history, a president gives up the bulk of his privacy.” – Roger Mudd What are you willing to risk to affect change?
  101. 101. Write down: One reason why you are Take a Panel motivated to express yourself online One thing that blocks you needlessly from fully participating online What is your worst case scenario?
  102. 102. Round 1 of The Braid: Round 1 of Share with your table Braid what you feel open to talk about from your list And come up with a list of common issues The scribe should create a Shared Artifact 10 minutes (1 minute per person, 5 minutes talk)
  103. 103. Now go to your Round 2 Round 2 of Braid table: Braid Report out the common issues from previous Braid, each participant should share top issues from their table. Consider the following quotes:
  104. 104. “Publication is a self-invasion Round 2 of of privacy.” Braid – Marshall McLuhan “In exchange for power, influence, command and a place in history, a president gives up the bulk of his privacy.” – Roger Mudd “You already have zero privacy – get over it” – Scott McNeally “I restore myself alone. A career is born in public — talent in privacy.” – Marilyn Monroe
  105. 105. Scribes from Round 2 should report out to all Braid Report Out class. Final discussion of issues
  106. 106. About Sunday
  107. 107. Sunday 9:15 Topics: Personal Brand Think about the strengths and passions you learned from CRL, LPD & Marketing Kickoff: BGI Guides Think about what topic you wish to have as your “beat” as a BGI Guide. You have a two-month commitment to topic Same as Marketing topic? Industry Concentration?
  108. 108. Questions? Feedback? Next session is Sunday 9:15