UKSPA workshop 16 170910

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Sample slides from workshop on the role of the Social Web within Science Parks at a quarterly UKSPA member meeting. Includes survey I sent out to workshop attendees for which I received 16 responses (not statistically valid perhaps but representative enough).

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UKSPA workshop 16 170910

  1. 1. UKSPA Members Meeting September 2010Social Networking Workshop community/ science adoption survey parks results organisational/ tool factors yoohoo, here I am, Stephen Danelutti!!!
  2. 2. Is your Science Park or company using or intending to use any of the following Social Webtechnologies or tools? Web Services (Software as a Service via subscription) Wikis Blogs Microblogging (e.g. Twitter) Social Networking (e.g. Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) Ideas Management Live Intranet/Extranet or combination Not using/intending to use Other 16 responses
  3. 3. If you are using or intend to use some form of Social Web technology or tool, what is the purposeof that use?Managing knowledgeFostering collaboration within and across companiesManaging ideas and innovationImproving customer serviceAcquiring new customersGetting customer participation in product/service developmentAchieving better integration with suppliersTapping networks of expertsEngaging employees to improve morale and productivityOther 16 responses
  4. 4. Do you believe that for your area of work there is a fundamental idealogical shift in how business is or will be conducted partly as a result of new social web technologies and practices? Ifyes can you select the items that most represent this shift? Yes No Too early to tell Greater transparency Greater participation Improved productivity More open innovation Improved collaboration and knowledge sharing Other 16 responses
  5. 5. Generic Science Communities h"p://partsregistry.org h"p://www.jove.com h"p://www.sciencefeed.comh"p://www.researchgate.net
  6. 6. Open Innovation Leaders: P&G
  7. 7. Kitchen Budapest
  8. 8. Betaworks
  9. 9. blog wiki notices discussion forumpersonal profiles company profiles activity dashboard 9
  10. 10. students/academics    >      incubator      >      science  park 10

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