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Griff Wigley replied to Andrew Krzmarzick's discussion 'Have Any Government Social Media Activities Led to Really Obvious Results?'
"Andrew, for the online citizen engagement projects that I've managed lately for local governments, we create a project blog site (using WordPress) as the central platform and then use a variety of other online tools and services (Facebook,…"
Feb 25, 2013
Griff Wigley commented on GovLoop's blog post 'Citizens' Maslow Hierarchy of Needs'
"Steve, I particularly like your slide #10, the Engagement funnel. I might steal that. ;-)But what about adding a second funnel, one that depicts the reverse?Many people come to increased awareness by FIRST engaging.  In other words, the…"
Nov 28, 2012
Griff Wigley commented on GovLoop's blog post 'Citizens' Maslow Hierarchy of Needs'
"Steve, yes indeed, "inform to empower on DMV issues is different than zoning issues."I've added a clean screencapture of the grid by Svara and Denhardt below. But they have a paragraph in their white paper about it:"Engagement…"
Nov 27, 2012
Griff Wigley commented on GovLoop's blog post 'Citizens' Maslow Hierarchy of Needs'
"Victoria, good point. That snippet from my presentation is indeed complex, sitting there on its own. Back in 2007, the folks at IAP2 designed a participation grid (PDF) that was the basis for the improved grid by Svara and Denhardt that I…"
Nov 27, 2012
Griff Wigley commented on GovLoop's blog post 'Citizens' Maslow Hierarchy of Needs'
"Steve, It's intriguing but ultimately I don't think it works because Maslow's hierarchy is designed to help us think about addressing an individual person's needs (this first, then that), whereas a government's citizen…"
Nov 25, 2012
Griff Wigley commented on Michael Walsh's group 'WordPress Club'
"Robert,   Besides the WordPress.org codex/documentation that Kristy mentioned, many of the support documents for WordPress.com are helpful, even though there are some differences in the two platforms. There are also quite a few WordPress.TV…"
Mar 3, 2011
Griff Wigley and Ted Davis are now friends
Feb 17, 2011
Tim Bonnemann and Griff Wigley are now friends
Feb 2, 2011
Griff Wigley updated their profile
Jan 19, 2011
Griff Wigley commented on Lauren Alexander's blog post 'Top Webinar Tips – How to Manage Citizen Feedback and Reduce Overhead'
"Good to hear, Javier. Last year, I proposed something similar to this ("online open mic") to the City Council in Northfield, MN (where I live). No luck so far! Here's my blog post about it with 80+ comments attached. I'll try…"
Nov 7, 2010
Griff Wigley commented on Lauren Alexander's blog post 'Top Webinar Tips – How to Manage Citizen Feedback and Reduce Overhead'
"Lauren, I understand why your clients would be shy about monitoring/approving the comments for all to see. It's the same issue with Facebook Wall comments or blog comments. I think there's a significant benefit, however, for citizens to…"
Nov 5, 2010
Griff Wigley commented on Lauren Alexander's blog post 'Top Webinar Tips – How to Manage Citizen Feedback and Reduce Overhead'
"Thanks, Lauren. So you're saying that eComment can be configured so that comments are always visible to anyone who visits? If so, can you point me to a client who does it that way? I don't see how it would be a violation of open meeting…"
Nov 5, 2010
Griff Wigley commented on Lauren Alexander's blog post 'Top Webinar Tips – How to Manage Citizen Feedback and Reduce Overhead'
"Hi Lauren, It's not clear to me whether or not citizens can see the comments made by other citizens, either before or after they comment. Step 6 at the bottom of the Sacramento eComment brochure shows an example of a comment report but it…"
Nov 5, 2010
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Oct 22, 2010
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Oct 22, 2010
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Oct 21, 2010

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At 4:22am on August 27, 2009, Cindy Lou Baker said…
Hello Griff. Nice to have you here. I love that there is always so much to learn here. Welcome to GovLoop! Thanks for joining. Please introduce yourself, join the conversation, invite your colleagues, and let us know if you have any ideas on making GovLoop even better.

Cindy L. Baker
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Profile Information

Current Title:
Principal
Current Agency or Organization
Wigley and Associates
What Best Describes Your Role?
Other
Profile Links - Blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook
http://wigleyandassociates.com/
https://plus.google.com/104249465721871659850/about
Topics I Care About
Gov 2.0, Project / Program Mgmt
My favorite public servant is:
Nelson Mandela
 
 
 

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