- (apology for cross-posting please do not reply)
I alert our groups to an onlince conference on social media, whose
description you can see here:
in a nutshell
"The development of the World Wide Web as a tool for global connectivity
has given rise to a participatory culture, opening new possibilities for
communication and collaboration to effect and facilitate change. There are
plenty of examples that show the ease with which people actually link up
with each other and coordinate complex projects as well as social and
political change. ...
The conference will discuss how the different tools available can be used
to foster collaboration that goes beyond mere sharing of information to
create action (I would rather ask for "sustainable results", Franz)
* How can we combine social media tools with real time facilitation to
address the essential questions and challenges arising in organizational
and social change?
* Which tools support which kind of collaboration needs?
* What are the underlying principles that need to be observed to ensure
that collaboration effects change?
This is an OpenSpace process starting at 2PM GMT which means morning in
America and afternoon in Europe, and you can log in here:
I think that is a great opportunity to present Minciu Sodas ideas and to
have them known and tested.