First #EnterpriseCamp Utrecht May 2010

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First #EnterpriseCamp Utrecht May 2010

  1. 1. Social Media Club Utrecht theEnterpriseCamp editiesponsored by SETUP Utrecht 12 May 2010
  2. 2. Welcome totheEnterpriseCamp (10)
  3. 3. Meta-Agenda● Welcome to theEnterpriseCamp (approx. 10) ● what is it about? ● basic rules ● #hashtags● Theme Introduction (approx. 10) ● intro about the Theme by the Business Case owner● Agenda Definition (approx. 30) ● participants define the agenda by grouping Issues into Topics● Breakout Groups (approx. 60) ● participants discuss about Topics in separate Breakout Groups● Share Your Findings (approx. 60) ● participants share and discuss the findings from the Breakout Groups● Closing (approx. 10) ● knowledge creation for the long term
  4. 4. What is it About?● An Enterprise Camp is a 3-hours, facilitated, participant-driven event centred around an entrepreneurship-related theme.● Other than in classical conference formats, theEnterpriseCamp relies on the passion and the responsibility of the participants, putting them into the drivers seat.● In an Enterprise Camp, everyone is there ● because theyve chosen to be there, ● because the theme at hand is something they have real passion about - and ● because they saw this gathering as a unique opportunity for connecting with others who are eager to learn about, plan for, and take action in an area that they all share interest and passion about.● Whoever comes is the right people and whatever happens is the only thing that could have.● Participants are encouraged to facilitate or actively participate in the breakout sessions.● Everyone is also asked to share information and experiences of the event, both live and after the event, via social media channels including blogging, posting.
  5. 5. Basic Rules● The approach is most distinctive for its initial lack of an agenda, which sets the stage for the meetings participants to create the agenda for themselves.● Individuals raise their issues related to the theme by saying them loud and posting them on the wall, grouping the similar or related issues.● When all the issues are out they are grouped by the participants, with the help from the facilitator, into groups or Topics.● For each Topic a breakout session is defined and a participant volunteers as facilitator, usually someone with expertise or specific interest in the topic.● Each individual facilitator takes responsibility for kicking off the conversation in the breakout session, and taking notes on the online tool provided by our infrastructure.● These notes are then compiled into a proceedings document that will be distributed electronically to all participants.● Finally each Group shares the results of the Topic discussion with the other Camp Participants in a plenary sharing session.
  6. 6. #hashtags● THE EVENT ● #SMC030 ● #theEC● WHAT WE ARE DOING ● #PeerLearning ● #CoCreation ● #CoCreatie
  7. 7. Theme Introduction (10)
  8. 8. Theme Introduction (10)● This Enterprise Camps theme is Use of Social Media in Setting up a “Media Lab” in Utrecht● Lets have a first look at the theme through the eyes of the “owner” of the Business Case: the SETUP Project of MediaLab Utrecht● After a VERY short Theme Introduction, theEnterpriseCamp activity will start and YOU will take the lead!● Have a great peer-learning experience!
  9. 9. theEnterpriseCampAgenda Definition (30)
  10. 10. Agenda Definition (30)● The Participants create the agenda with the help from the Camp Facilitator.● Participants raise their issues related to the theme by saying them loud and posting them on the wall, grouping the similar or related issues.● When all the issues are out they are grouped by the participants, with the help from the facilitator, into Topics.
  11. 11. theEnterpriseCampBreakout Groups (60)
  12. 12. Breakout Groups (60)● When the Topics are defined... ● ...each Participant decides which Topic Group to join, (If later on you feel like joining another group you CAN do it!) ● ...a Group Facilitator is selected in each Topic Group to manage the breakout session, ● ...the Group Facilitator and the Participants CO-CREATE the Topic Groups working document in the Breakout Group Page.● Notes ● Dont be afraid to discuss the Topic at hand. This is how you add value to the others and they add value to you! ● You can access your Breakout Group Page for editing the draft Findings Document from the Agenda and Topics menu at www.epleurope.eu/agendatopics
  13. 13. theEnterpriseCampShare Your Findings (60)
  14. 14. Share your Findings (60)● OK, now youre done with the Topic Group discussion. Hard work, wasnt it?● Now you will share your findings with the other Participants.● Each Group can decide how to present their discussions outcomes. For example... ● ...the Group Facilitator presents the results from the groups working document ● ...the Group Participants comment and complete the presentation ● ...the other Camp Participants ask questions, clarifications, and discuss the findings ● ...and everybody learns!
  15. 15. theEnterpriseCampClosing (10)
  16. 16. Closing (10)● After the Camp, the working documents will be posted in our wiki at www.epleurope.eu/wiki, and everybody will have the opportunity to contribute further!● Thank you for participating!● A final note... we need your help! We are currently developing the Dutch version of theEnterpriseCamp and other Peer-Learning activities and are looking for beta-testers. All the information at www.epleurope.eu/smc030 Please check it out!!!
  17. 17. Contacts Leonardo Zangrando Partner / EU Coordinator Enterpreneurs Peer-Learning Europe leonardo@epleurope.eu 06 5222 0389 @lionzan www.epleurope.eu @epleuropetheEnterpriseCamp wiki at www.epleurope.eu/wiki Please help us! at www.epleurope.eu/smc030

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