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this is a thesis
melancedoing ethnography
on collaborationimage courtesy of jp bichard
failuregoal
. architecture and design // design thinking & pattern bldg. coding // releasing & iterating beta versions. hacking // dis...
open designintegrates the seemingly paradoxicalcooperative, playful and socialcombines analytical and imaginativeappreciat...
deep thinkeruber creativenetworkerbroad skillsdeepknowledgecatalystengineerproducercreativity recruitment
creativity is emergentcreativity as remixutilizing uncertaintydeparts from top down planningbeyond quantitative measuremen...
balance extroverts & introverts
hustle is a musclecreative productivity rulesgenerating opportunities leadsproductive excess sucks
}share goals
autonomy, passion and purpose
open ownershipfranchiseincubatespin off
fundamentalsincomplete by designnew relevance of attributionyields autonomy and affectleveraging mutual benefitfoster a ci...
new social contractsNever doubt that a small group ofthoughtful, committed citizens canchange the world; indeed, its theon...
// thank you!my name is @elejansenand I wanted to say this too butI ran out of time.creativity + discipline = limitationcr...
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Diy 130427 ele jansen_collaboration

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These are slides I made for a talk at diy days New York City 2013. I'm walking through my PhD approach, doing ethnography on open design, using pattern language to detect dynamics and relationships between collaborating creatives. With a look towards power I discuss what it means to balance introvert and extrovert. Suggesting new forms of work organization, I conclude listing collaboration fundamentals, suggesting that my observations indicate the need for new social contracts.

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Diy 130427 ele jansen_collaboration

  1. 1. this is a thesis
  2. 2. melancedoing ethnography
  3. 3. on collaborationimage courtesy of jp bichard
  4. 4. failuregoal
  5. 5. . architecture and design // design thinking & pattern bldg. coding // releasing & iterating beta versions. hacking // disruption & disobedience. design // open participation & manuals. biz development // agile mgmt & entrepreneurship. diy culture // tinkering & makerspaces. gaming // mechanics & community building. play // incentives & leveling hierarchies. the arts // collaboration & significant objects. music industry // distribution & revenue streams. peer production // participation & crowdsourcing. tech // platforms & experimentation. education // experiential learning. entertainment // storytelling & affect. storytelling // empathy & dramaturgy. marketing and pr // social reach & revenue streams. positive psychology // ethos & leadership style. jugaad and jua kali // frugal innovation. the commons // mindset & share culture
  6. 6. open designintegrates the seemingly paradoxicalcooperative, playful and socialcombines analytical and imaginativeappreciative and human-centeredsteps: empathy, define, ideate/iterate, test
  7. 7. deep thinkeruber creativenetworkerbroad skillsdeepknowledgecatalystengineerproducercreativity recruitment
  8. 8. creativity is emergentcreativity as remixutilizing uncertaintydeparts from top down planningbeyond quantitative measurementis emergence leaderless?
  9. 9. balance extroverts & introverts
  10. 10. hustle is a musclecreative productivity rulesgenerating opportunities leadsproductive excess sucks
  11. 11. }share goals
  12. 12. autonomy, passion and purpose
  13. 13. open ownershipfranchiseincubatespin off
  14. 14. fundamentalsincomplete by designnew relevance of attributionyields autonomy and affectleveraging mutual benefitfoster a circular trust economyimage courtesy of c russel-rossigive more than you take
  15. 15. new social contractsNever doubt that a small group ofthoughtful, committed citizens canchange the world; indeed, its theonly thing that ever has.Margaret Mead
  16. 16. // thank you!my name is @elejansenand I wanted to say this too butI ran out of time.creativity + discipline = limitationcreativity – discipline = chaoscreativity + selfdiscipline = growth

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