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Looking at what it means - and enactments of - networked collective Intelligence
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Thinking Social at the University of Florida

Thinking Social at the University of Florida | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
I’m spending the next five days with the Thinking Social team at the University of Florida. We’re engaging in some pretty innovative research with the residence life department, working on some “think-tanky” stuff, and connecting with the Education Technology department for a lunch and learn. We’ve been a bit secretive on Twitter, so we’d like to invite everyone at home to participate in a conversation about social media in higher education on Saturday, August 13 at 4:00PM EST. Watch live on Ustream.
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TED-ED - TED-ED

TED-ED - TED-ED | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
The TED-Ed Brain Trust is a private forum created to shape and accelerate TED's push into the realm of Education. The aim of this community is to assemble a new archive of remarkable TED-ED videos, each designed to catalyze learning around the globe.
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Video: Introduction to Holacracy™ | HolacracyOne

Video: Introduction to Holacracy™ | HolacracyOne | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
This 1.5 hour video is a recording of a free webinar given by Brian Robertson that introduces the core principles, structure, and practices used in Holacracy™.
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Spimes...Shaping Things -by Bruce Sterling The MIT Press

Spimes...Shaping Things -by Bruce Sterling  The MIT Press | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
A guide to the next great wave of technology—an era of objects so programmable that they can be regarded as material instantiations of an immaterial system.The future will see a new kind of object—we have the primitive forms of them now in our pockets and briefcases: user-alterable, baroquely multi-featured, and programmable—that will be sustainable, enhanceable, and uniquely identifiable. Sterling coins the term "spime" for them, these future manufactured objects with informational support so extensive and rich that they are regarded as material instantiations of an immaterial system. Spimes are designed on screens, fabricated by digital means, and precisely tracked through space and time. They are made of substances that can be folded back into the production stream of future spimes, challenging all of us to become involved in their production.
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Organization Evolved: Introducing Holacracy | HolacracyOne

Organization Evolved: Introducing Holacracy | HolacracyOne | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
Holacracy offers a comprehensive practice for governing and running our organizations. Its transformative structure and processes integrate the collective wisdom of people throughout the company, while aligning the organization with its broader purpose and a more organic way of operating. Holacracy takes the principles, ideas, and emerging mindset articulated by many cutting-edge thought leaders, and instills them in the actual structures and processes of the organization. This grounds them in practice and brings them to life, and the result is dramatically increased agility, transparency, innovation, and accountability.
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Holacracy & Sociocracy: Contrasting Paradigms | HolacracyOne

Holacracy & Sociocracy: Contrasting Paradigms | HolacracyOne | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
To help clarify the key differences between Holacracy and Sociocracy, HolacracyOne’s Brian Robertson sat down with Bernard Marie Chiquet, an experienced Sociocracy consultant and trainer who has completed the Holacracy certification process as well.
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First steps and readings to enter global collective intelligence

First steps and readings to enter global collective intelligence | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
Many people ask me what the must reads are in order to make the first steps in collective intelligence, wisdom and consciousness.
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Jean-François Noubel : "C'est quoi l'Holoptisme ?" (Expérience à Paris le 12 juin 2009)

“Holopticism -- the link between individuals and the whole -- provide players the capacity to operate in a sovereign independant way because they know what to do for the sake of the whole and the sake of themselves. Therefore there is not only horizontal transparency (perception of every other participants), but also a vertical communication with the emerging Whole.” (http://wiki.thetransitioner.org/English/Holopticism)

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bruce w. tuckman - forming,storming, norming , performing and adjourning in groups

bruce w. tuckman - forming,storming, norming , performing and adjourning in groups | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
While there are various differences concerning the number of stages and their names - many have adopted a version of Tuckman's model - forming, storming, norming and performing. He was later to add a fifth stage - adjourning (Tuckman and Jensen 1977).
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Pronetariat de Joël de Rosnay, : Sommaire du livre

Pronetariat de Joël de Rosnay, : Sommaire du livre | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
Le modèle industriel traditionnel a conféré le pouvoir aux puissants par la centralisation des moyens de production et de distribution. Ils ont ensuite cherché à transposer ce modèle à la société de l’information. Or, les règles du jeu ont changé. L’accumulation du « capital informationnel » grâce aux ordinateurs personnels, aux banques de données et à l’Internet, se fait de manière exponentielle. La création collaborative et la distribution d’informations de personne à personne, confèrent de nouveaux pouvoirs aux utilisateurs, jadis relégués au rang de simples « consommateurs ».
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Wisdom of the Crowd vs. Collective Intelligence.

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Wisdom of Crowds vs.Collective Intelligence Week 5 Social Media...
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A conversation on TED.com: How can we empower kids to reshape the education system? *A TEDActive Education Project Question*

A conversation on TED.com: How can we empower kids to reshape the education system? *A TEDActive Education Project Question* | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
http://on.ted.com/projects

The TEDActive Education Project will explore how children can make an impact on the education system. We hope to come out of this project with fresh ideas for ways kids can start an education revolution.
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Aaron Koblin: Artfully visualizing our humanity | Video on TED.com

Artist Aaron Koblin takes vast amounts of data -- and at times vast numbers of people -- and weaves them into stunning visualizations. From elegant lines tracing airline flights to landscapes of cell phone data, from a Johnny Cash video assembled from crowd-sourced drawings to the "Wilderness Downtown" video that customizes for the user, his works brilliantly explore how modern technology can make us more human.
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Organization Evolved: Introducing Holacracy (French) | HolacracyOne

Organization Evolved: Introducing Holacracy (French) | HolacracyOne | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
L’Holacracy est une pratique complète de
gouvernance et de management pour nos
entreprises. Avec ses structures et processus de
transformation, l’Holacracy intègre la sagesse
collective de toutes les personnes de l’entreprise,
tout en alignant l’entreprise avec son objectif principal
et avec une manière plus organique de fonctionner.
Le résultat est un développement significatif en
agilité, transparence, innovation et redevabilité.
L’Holacracy
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Video: Introduction to Holacracy™ | HolacracyOne

Video: Introduction to Holacracy™ | HolacracyOne | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
This 1.5 hour video is a recording of a free webinar given by Brian Robertson that introduces the core principles, structure, and practices used in Holacracy™.
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Spiral Dynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Spiral Dynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it

Spiral Dynamics argues that human nature is not fixed: humans are able, when forced by life conditions, to adapt to their environment by constructing new, more complex, conceptual models of the world that allow them to handle the new problems.[1] Each new model transcends and includes all previous models. According to Beck and Cowan, these conceptual models are organized around so-called vMemes: systems of core values or collective intelligences, applicable to both individuals and entire cultures.

In spiral dynamics, the term vMeme refers to a core value system, acting as an organizing principle, which expresses itself through memes (self-propagating ideas, habits, or cultural practices). The prepended and superscripted letter v indicates these are not basic memes but value systems which include them. The colors act as reminders for the Life Conditions and Mind Capacities of each system and alternate between cool and warm colors as a part of the model.[2]

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Séminaire d'intelligence collective - Niveau I - TheTransitioner Wiki

Séminaire d'intelligence collective - Niveau I - TheTransitioner Wiki | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it

L'intelligence collective est une nouvelle discipline de recherche et de développement. Elle donne des clés essentielles pour interpréter le vivant social, au passé, présent et futur. Elle permet de décrypter la société et les organisations humaines, ainsi que le rapport individu/collectif. L'intelligence collective nous offre des cartes précises pour discerner les différentes formes d'organisations, en comprendre les dynamiques, les possibles et les impossibles. Elle nous offre un langage précis pour construire des stratégies ensemble. Les grandes entreprises qui ne connaissent pas les fondamentaux de l'intelligence collective sont aussi désarmées que des capitaines de navire ne connaissant pas la météo. L'intelligence collective est une discipline indispensable pour construire ensemble aujourd'hui.

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BRINGing it OUT a notch - 2 Translation(s) | dotSUB

The amazing innovation we are seeing in many classrooms around the world still has a small impact, when compared to the size of our educational system. How do we bridge the divides to go bigger?
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what is a group? theory, practice and development

what is a group? theory, practice and development | Collective intelligence 2.0 | Scoop.it
How are we to approach groups? In this article we review the development of theory about groups. We look at some different definitions of groups, and some of the key dimensions to bear in mind when thinking about them.
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Networked Intelligence: How human intelligence can be augmented through artifacts, communities, and networks

The purpose of present article was to develop a framework of networked intelligence according to which human intelligent activity is a socially distributed and self-organized process involving networks of human actors and supporting artifacts. Just as the intelligence of a networked computer cannot be located inside of its processing unit, human intelligence cannot be found from inside of the human head; human intelligent activity is distributed across a network of cultural-historically developed tools and other artifacts, closely collaborating communities, and heterogeneous networks of people and artifacts. The development of tools and practices of creating, elaborating and sharing external representations, which allowed overcoming of natural limitations of human biological memory, has a critical evolutionary, historical, and socio-cognitive role. It was argued that humans have a species-specific capacity to fuse or merge their cognitions together into higher-level intellectual systems that allow sharing of knowledge and cognitive achievements. Networked intelligence has considerable psychological implications in respect of collective cognitive processes shaping and amplifying individual cognitive competencies through sustained working at the edge of ones competence. It was proposed that cognitive adaptation taking place in such a process may cause artifacts to become a part of ones cognitive architecture and, thereby, substantially transform the nature of cognitive activity. It was concluded that the human mind is a hybrid entity that relies on a symbiosis of biological and cultural processes.
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