GovLoop - Knowledge Network for Government

Jessica Day
  • Female
  • Berkeley, CA
  • United States
Share on Facebook
Share Twitter

Gifts Received

Gift

Jessica Day has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift

 

Jessica Day's Page

Latest Activity

Catherine Andrews liked Jessica Day's blog post 'The Connection Between Engaged Citizens and Citizen Behavior'
Jun 17
Rachel Yocum liked Jessica Day's blog post 'The Connection Between Engaged Citizens and Citizen Behavior'
Jun 17
A blog post by Jessica Day was featured

The Connection Between Engaged Citizens and Citizen Behavior

At every level of government, citizens are working to learn more and connect, share their ideas, effect change, and improve services. And despite this growing trend of moving all conversations online, there are many government entities that are hesitant to formally endorse or launch this kind of dialogue. Common questions include: “what if the dialogue turns negative?” or “what if the top-rated idea is not feasible?”We could dedicate an entire post or even a workshop to addressing both of these…See More
Jun 13
Jessica Day posted blog posts
Jun 13
Jessica Day posted a blog post

Global Challenges: Languages

The Dutch East India Company made its fortune with a number of different trades: notably the tulip mania in 1637 that allowed the Dutch East India Company to be valued in the trillions of dollars while operating in dozens and dozens in countries (all of this according to…See More
May 2, 2013
Jessica Day commented on Joshua Millsapps's blog post 'Vanilla Ice had it right: STOP, Collaborate, and Listen'
"I once worked with a group that prioritized collaboration beyond all its other values. Every project was executed by a group of individuals working to problem solve together. After three years at this organization, we realized that every engagement…"
Apr 16, 2013
Jessica Day posted a blog post

Nonprofits: 4 Reasons to Crowdsource

In spite of many economic uncertainties, the nonprofit sector continues to be a growing industry. In America alone, nonprofits contributed goods and services equal to $779 billion in business (accounting for 5.4 percent of the GDP). They also accounted for 10…See More
Mar 20, 2013
Jessica Day posted a blog post

Innovation Leaders: What We've Learned

IdeaScale has a number of great communities. We’re certainly proud of all of them, but there are a few that stand out and those are the ones that have taught us some great lessons…See More
Feb 20, 2013
A blog post by Jessica Day was featured

5 Things to Think About when It Comes To Innovation Incentives

IdeaScale gets tons of questions and recommendation requests as people develop communities, but there's one key topic that everyone seems to want to know more about: engagement. Which is why we'll be talking about the value of innovation communities and the impact they can have on a business at an upcoming …See More
Jan 9, 2013
Jessica Day posted a blog post

5 Things to Think About when It Comes To Innovation Incentives

IdeaScale gets tons of questions and recommendation requests as people develop communities, but there's one key topic that everyone seems to want to know more about: engagement. Which is why we'll be talking about the value of innovation communities and the impact they can have on a business at an upcoming …See More
Jan 7, 2013
Jessica Day commented on Shane Jones's blog post 'Print Media: A Thing of the Past?'
"Indeed. It's not over yet. The internet doesn't mean the end of libraries, online dating doesn't mean people stop going out on Friday night. But it is time to adapt to the changing world and approaching all media from an…"
Nov 9, 2012
Jessica Day commented on Calista Rollogas's blog post 'Are federal agencies effectively utilizing technology for disaster response and recovery?'
"It's very intriguing how technology has interacted with this latest crisis: from the Google crisis map that charted all sorts of crowd data (including pictures and video) to the current crowdfunding push to share some of the financial burden of…"
Nov 8, 2012
Jessica Day posted a blog post

Community is the Center of Collaboration

Across disciplines and industries, customer and citizen insights are more closely woven into the production process for whatever it might be (software, laws, vehicles, you name it). The age of internal-only product development is over – customers can now bring their thoughts to bear on everything that a company does so…See More
Oct 29, 2012
Jessica Day commented on Jessica Day's blog post 'The Crowd and the Election'
"Spot on, Andrew. And the crowd is already there giving their opinion, making their predictions even when they're not being asked. They've already dubbed 2012 "The Twitter Election" (the election where users can take the…"
Oct 3, 2012
Andrew Krzmarzick commented on Jessica Day's blog post 'The Crowd and the Election'
"I'd be polling people pretty regularly on Facebook and Twitter. What do you think about x topic? I would then incorporate feedback into stump speeches and campaign blog posts / releases to show that we're listening and that our platform is…"
Oct 3, 2012
A blog post by Jessica Day was featured

The Crowd and the Election

There are numerous ways that one can participate in and pay tribute to the electoral process, but what’s really nice is how many of the keyholders seem to be involving the crowd in this current election. For example, the National Journal recently made a call for better…See More
Oct 3, 2012

Profile Information

Current Title:
Marketing and Communications Director
Current Agency or Organization
IdeaScale
What Best Describes Your Role?
Communications
Educational Background (Degree, School):
B.A. - Allegheny College
M.F.A. - University of Washington
Profile Links - Blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook
Blog: http://blog.ideascale.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ideascale
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/995919
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ideascale
Topics I Care About
Communications, Gov 2.0

Jessica Day's Blog

The Connection Between Engaged Citizens and Citizen Behavior

Posted on June 13, 2014 at 9:00am 0 Comments

At every level of government, citizens are working to learn more and connect, share their ideas, effect change, and improve services. And despite this growing trend of moving all conversations online, there are many government entities that are hesitant to formally endorse or launch this kind of dialogue. Common questions include: “what if the dialogue turns negative?” or “what if the top-rated idea is not feasible?”

We could dedicate an entire post or even a workshop to addressing…

Continue

Global Challenges: Languages

Posted on May 2, 2013 at 10:00am 0 Comments

The Dutch East India Company made its fortune with a number of different trades: notably the tulip mania in 1637 that allowed the Dutch East India Company to be valued in the trillions of dollars while operating in dozens and dozens in countries (all of this according to…

Continue

Nonprofits: 4 Reasons to Crowdsource

Posted on March 20, 2013 at 3:04pm 0 Comments

In spite of many economic uncertainties, the nonprofit sector continues to be a growing industry. In America alone, nonprofits contributed goods and services equal to $779 billion in business (accounting for 5.4 percent of the GDP). They also…

Continue

Innovation Leaders: What We've Learned

Posted on February 20, 2013 at 7:00am 0 Comments

IdeaScale has a number of great communities. We’re certainly proud of all of them, but there are a few that stand out and those are the ones that have taught us some great…

Continue

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of GovLoop - Knowledge Network for Government to add comments!

Join GovLoop - Knowledge Network for Government

  • No comments yet!
 
 
 

© 2014   Created by GovLoop.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service