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How to Use Project Management Tools for Collaborative Blogging ...

How to Use Project Management Tools for Collaborative Blogging ... | Collaboration | Scoop.it
Managing a team of multiple authors on a single blog, however, can be overwhelming and detaching without effective communication tools. Here are some of the best project management tools and WordPress plugins for your growing collaboration.
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5 steps to building social media presence from scratch - blog*spot

5 steps to building social media presence from scratch - blog*spot | Collaboration | Scoop.it
The video below features my interview with Author Learning Center where I share ideas for how authors, and really anyone, can begin to build their social media presence. ... Collaborate and create.

CoolHub is a great resource that enables online collaboration in the spirit of this article.
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Connected Educator Month - get involved

Connected Educator Month - get involved | Collaboration | Scoop.it
For 31 days, the internet will be flooded with awesome free content, activities, webinars, chats, and even more ways of getting connected, learning about Web 2.0 tools, and finding out what it means to be a Connected Educator.
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Five rules for the evolution of cooperation

Five rules for the evolution of cooperation | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Nowak addresses the interesting question of how cooperation might have evolved and persisted in an evolutionary process apparently dominated by competition -- Howard

 

"Cooperation is needed for evolution to construct new levels of organization. The emergence of genomes, cells, multi-cellular organisms, social insects and human society are all based on cooperation. Cooperation means that selfish replicators forgo some of their reproductive potential to help one another. But natural selection implies competition and therefore opposes cooperation unless a specific mechanism is at work. Here I discuss five mechanisms for the evolution of cooperation: kin selection, direct reciprocity, indirect reciprocity, network reciprocity and group selection. For each mechanism, a simple rule is derived which specifies whether natural selection can lead to cooperation."


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Twelve Things You Were Not Taught in School About Creative Thinking

Twelve Things You Were Not Taught in School About Creative Thinking | Collaboration | Scoop.it
Aspects of creative thinking that are not usually taught.

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The Anti-Creativity Checklist

The Anti-Creativity Checklist | Collaboration | Scoop.it

Want to stifle creativity in your organisation?.. ensure none of that wacky 'out of the box' stuff gets through?...

 

Here's some things you can do to make sure that you and your organisation are never bothered by the disturbance creativity can cause!!!!

 

By the way, if you are in to creativity, you might find this a useful checklist too!


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Carl Heine's curator insight, June 10, 2013 10:22 AM

There's always more to stifle creativity than encourage it.

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Your Employees Are Your Best Asset For Social Media Success - Business Insider

Your Employees Are Your Best Asset For Social Media Success - Business Insider | Collaboration | Scoop.it
Your Employees Are Your Best Asset For Social Media SuccessBusiness InsiderWhat Life Is Really Like For A Mother Of Three Running A Hot Startup ...

Getting CoolHub members to use social media on behalf of CoolHub would give us leverage we need to grow networks.
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“I see a lot of disruption get stymied by 'the system' or process blocks ...

“I see a lot of disruption get stymied by 'the system' or process blocks ... | Collaboration | Scoop.it
So we came up with a method that relied more on peer-to-peer collaboration than it did on creating an expensive piece of e-learning – this has helped to radically reduce the cost of creating an online course.
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Why Your Company Needs A Chief Collaboration Officer | First Class Collaboration

Why Your Company Needs A Chief Collaboration Officer | First Class Collaboration | Collaboration | Scoop.it
Collaboration. Everyone talks about it, but only a few know how to do it well. Here's Motley Fool's chief collaboration officer on best practices for working together better.

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Beyond collaboration | Harold Jarche

Beyond collaboration | Harold Jarche | Collaboration | Scoop.it

'Wicked' Problems: collaboration & beyond!


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Innovation Excellence | The Five Senses of Innovation

Innovation Excellence | The Five Senses of Innovation | Collaboration | Scoop.it
How do you know if someone is truly innovative? I look for three things. First, does the person have a cognitive process for generating new ideas? Innovation is a skill, not a gift. It can trained and learned like any other skill.

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This writer looks for three things to tell if a person is innovative. How about you?