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Study maps Twitter’s information ecosystem | Al Jazeera America

Study maps Twitter’s information ecosystem | Al Jazeera America | Network Assessment | Scoop.it
New research outlines the six types of communities on the social network and what that means for communication

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Look at that divide between clusters (e.g., who is talking to whom in the blogosphere.) Makes me realize how much leadership work we have to do to bridge that gap!

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Transformative Scale: The Social Sector’s New Frontier (SSIR)

A look at the challenge of achieving impact at a scale that actually solves problems.
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Reputation in Social Leadership

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The NET Model of Social Leadership defines a style of leadership suitable for the Social Age. It consists of three Dimensions: Narrative (which covers 'Curation', 'Storytelling' and 'Sharing'), Eng...

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Study maps Twitter’s information ecosystem | Al Jazeera America

Study maps Twitter’s information ecosystem | Al Jazeera America | Network Assessment | Scoop.it
New research outlines the six types of communities on the social network and what that means for communication

Via june holley
Claire Reinelt's insight:

Look at that divide between clusters (e.g., who is talking to whom in the blogosphere.) Makes me realize how much leadership work we have to do to bridge that gap!

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Applying Social Network Analysis to Online Communications Networks | Leadership Learning Community

Applying Social Network Analysis to Online Communications Networks | Leadership Learning Community | Network Assessment | Scoop.it

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Can We Create a Network of 100 Sharing Cities by 2015?

Can We Create a Network of 100 Sharing Cities by 2015? | Network Assessment | Scoop.it
Fifty cities around the world began mapping their shared resources in October and November during Shareable's worldwide Map Jam. This is just the beginning of the Sharing Cities Network - an ambitious project to create one hundred sharing cities by 2015.

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june holley's curator insight, March 31, 6:07 AM

Networks move meta! 


The Sharing Cities Network will scale up and replicate successful sharing models by:

  • increasing collaboration between sharing projects
  • spreading best practices among members
  • catalyzing new sharing projects
  • ultimately, creating complete sharing cities.
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Emerging Concepts and Forms of Integral Leadership: Embodying a Radically New Development Paradigm | Integral Leadership Review

Emerging Concepts and Forms of Integral Leadership: Embodying a Radically New Development Paradigm | Integral Leadership Review | Network Assessment | Scoop.it

A must read on leadership!


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june holley's curator insight, February 21, 9:38 AM

A must read on leadership. Lots in here.


 Recent leadership literature reflects this emergence by pointing to new leadership concepts and forms:

  • Shared/distributed/rotating/collective leadership – which acknowledges lateral or peer influence and engages in consultation and coordinated action.
  • Leadership as a relational process rather than a position – emphasizing interpersonal influence, dialogue and mutuality.
  • Complexity leadership – including quantum entanglement, “chaordic” principles, as well as simultaneous top-down, bottom-up, diagonal, and circular change processes.
  • Partnering across organizational and/or sectoral boundaries – such as in open innovation and balanced cross-sector alliances for sustainable development.
Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 21, 1:36 PM

There are interesting and wide-ranging references i.e. Ron Heifetz and Joseph Campbell. That makes this intriguing.

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Applications of Social Network Analysis for Building Community Disaster Resilience: Workshop Summary

Applications of Social Network Analysis for Building Community Disaster Resilience: Workshop Summary | Network Assessment | Scoop.it
Social Network Analysis (SNA) is the identification of the relationships and attributes of members, key actors, and groups that social networks comprise. The National Research Council, at the request of the Department of Homeland Security, held a two-day workshop on the use of SNA for the purpose of building community disaster resilience. The workshop, summarized in this volume, was designed to provide guidance to the DHS on a potential research agenda that would increase the effectiveness of SNA for improving community disaster resilience. The workshop explored the state of the art in SNA and its applications in the identification, construction, and strengthening of networks within U.S. communities. Workshop participants discussed current work in SNA focused on characterizing networks; the theories, principles and research applicable to the design or strengthening of networks; the gaps in knowledge that prevent the application of SNA to the construction of networks; and research areas that could fill those gaps. Elements of a research agenda to support the design, development, and implementation of social networks for the specific purpose of strengthening community resilience against natural and human-made disasters were discussed.

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Promoting and assessing value creation in communities and networks: a conceptual framework | Better Evaluation

Promoting and assessing value creation in communities and networks: a conceptual framework | Better Evaluation | Network Assessment | Scoop.it
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Communities and networks

Framing narratives

Cycles of value creation in networks and communities

Measures of value creation for each cycle

Value-creation stories

Building a picture of value creation

Toolkit: Telling stories about the value of communities and networks 

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