David Wilcox reports on a training workshop that he and Drew Mackie ran about social reporting with community builders at Forever Manchester. They used a game approach to explore how social reporting methods could support community building.
#networkista* *someone interested in finding ways to apply network thinking for social benefit
The idea of applying network thinking and theory for community and social benefit is not new. Some have been investigating and applying this for many years; others are newcomers to the idea. But we all think the time is right to spread understanding of network theory and network building more generally. We’re aware too that there’s a growing number of people who are interested in this and want to explore it further.
I've chosen this piece becaue (a) collaboration is a topic very close to my heart as a KM professional and (b) it provides actual data that confirms something I've long suspected - the gap between technologists and organisational change skills.
To quote from the author:
I was disappointed, but not surprised, that “collaboration” as a skill was mostly lumped with technology skills. Folks in the Enterprise 2.0 space, for example, have almost no overlap with organizational development professionals. It’s a troubling trend. Although people are fond of saying, “It’s not about technology, it’s about people,” there’s not much practice validating that mantra.
Luba Gloukhov of Revolution Analytics used k-means clustering to find groups of single malt Scotch whiskies. Because you know, New Year's morning is when whisky is on everyone's mind. The first time I had an Islay single ...
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