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Surviving Social Chaos
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Lean content creation – together with the audience

Lean content creation – together with the audience | Surviving Social Chaos |
I’ve been fascinated by the lean development principles for quite some time. It is something that feels very right, very modern and very effective, even if the principles and the way of working might take some time getting used to and embracing – more or less time, depending on what kind of company you’re working for and what field you’re active in. Still, viable principles for creating great products and services that can reach a customer base. 

 What I’ve been thinking about, however, is how these notions of lean development could be brought into the content creation business.

Via The Digital Rocking Chair, NANCY PETERS
donhornsby's insight:
(From the article): Now, content will of course – for the foreseeable future – still follow along the traditional lines outlined at the beginning of this post. The creator creates, the audience receives. But the ones that get these points, the ones that feel that working lean in an audience-engaged contest… these creators, they will reap rewards that will make everyone else stand up and take notice.
The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, May 22, 6:10 AM


Simon Staffans on applying lean development principles to content creation ....

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6 Critical Tips For Telling Your Story

6 Critical Tips For Telling Your Story | Surviving Social Chaos |

It seems that no matter where I went over the past few months, the art of storytelling has been top of mind. Storytelling is instrumental when delivering a message, sharing aspirations or when trying to mobilize people.


So how do you get your story told in an environment that has become one that requires immediate gratification? If you have not captured the attention of your audience in seconds, you have very little chance of telling your story. Right? Some time ago, I wrote a post on the 18 checkpoints to consider for storytelling.


I still believe they all hold true. What I have learned since writing that post, is that there is also a need to tell your OWN story. 


Read on for more.....

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