New Technology and Collaboration

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Presentation given at a workshop to create a partnership of organizations to aggregate information and data on land tenure and land rights.

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New Technology and Collaboration

  1. 1. New Technologies and Collaboration Land Portal Workshop November 19 and 20, 2009 Re-Imagining Collaboration http://radical-inclusion.com
  2. 2. We Have to Work Together Source: flickr.com Cherrylynx CC Licensed Source: flickr.com Zoriah, CC Licensed Source: flickr.com stitch, CC Licensed Re-Imagining Collaboration 2 http://radical-inclusion.com
  3. 3. People Want to and Do Contribute Social Media Counts Re-Imagining Collaboration 3 http://radical-inclusion.com
  4. 4. The Internet Revolution touches all areas of Society From R&D… Re-Imagining Collaboration 4 http://radical-inclusion.com
  5. 5. … to Diversification of Complex Products… Re-Imagining Collaboration 5 http://radical-inclusion.com
  6. 6. … from Global Knowledge Management… Re-Imagining Collaboration 6 http://radical-inclusion.com
  7. 7. … to Charity Re-Imagining Collaboration 7 http://radical-inclusion.com
  8. 8. Opportunities
  9. 9. Technological Change Enables More Openness New tools reduce coordination costs dramatically Source: flickr.com psd CC licensed Re-Imagining Collaboration 9 http://radical-inclusion.com
  10. 10. We Need New Filters for Information Build new filters for relevant information to overcome fragmentation Source: flickr.com cambodia4kidsorg CC licensed Re-Imagining Collaboration 10 http://radical-inclusion.com
  11. 11. We Can Create Transparency Enable discussion around information and data Re-Imagining Collaboration 11 http://radical-inclusion.com
  12. 12. Virtual Space Makes Connecting Easy Connecting individuals, and groups who can help each other Re-Imagining Collaboration 12 http://radical-inclusion.com
  13. 13. Electronic Information Scales Dynamically Re-Imagining Collaboration 13 http://radical-inclusion.com
  14. 14. Challenges
  15. 15. Ensure active participation over time Make it easy to contribute vs. spam Source: flickr.com newzgirl CC licensed Re-Imagining Collaboration 15 http://radical-inclusion.com
  16. 16. Control for Quality of Information Central control versus crowdsourcing Source: flickr.com tribalicious CC licensed Re-Imagining Collaboration 16 http://radical-inclusion.com
  17. 17. Ensure Financial Sustainability Many partners (w/ low feeling of responsibility) vs. a few owners Source: flickr.com organicangel CC licensed Re-Imagining Collaboration 17 http://radical-inclusion.com
  18. 18. What Does this Mean for the Land Portal? Motivate Keep in touch Animate Honor commitment Re-Imagining Collaboration 18 http://radical-inclusion.com
  19. 19. Old words become important again Re-Imagining Collaboration 19 http://radical-inclusion.com
  20. 20. Imagine the potential for the Land Portal Source:flickr.com Eneas CC Licensed Re-Imagining Collaboration 20 http://radical-inclusion.com

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