Posts Tagged: collective

Disrupting Inequality: Design Thinking for Upward Mobility

Last week, we celebrated the launch of Living Cities’ latest interactive annual report Disrupting Inequality: Living Cities’ Perspective in 2013. Living Cities is an innovative collaboration among 22 foundations and financial institutions committed to improving the lives of low-income people and the cities where they live. This year, the Living Cities report is focused on… Read more »

Framework for the Virtual Government Network

Update Here is a video of me talking about the VGN at the PS Engage conference. http://www.vimeo.com/32839611 ————— Original post with a link to the paper. ————— The following material comes from a paper I recently finished as part of my studies. I took the opportunity to combine what I have learned about Information Management… Read more »

How to use Collective Intelligence techniques to ensure that your web application can extract value

The Web and the Collective intelligence – How to use Collective Intelligence techniques to ensure that your web application can extract valuable data from its usage and deliver that value right back to the users. The Web and the Collective Intelligence – How to use Collective Intelligence techniques to ensure that your web application can… Read more »

Ctrl-Z and Ctrl-N

Note: At the suggestion of Andrew Krzmarzick, I am crossposting from my personal blog. A thought stewed in the slow cooker of my brain for several weeks, which finally reduced to a tasty idea in the wake of the COINs 2010 conference: It is difficult to undo (Ctrl-Z). It is often easier to begin anew… Read more »

Exclusive: Southers speaks out about TSA nomination withdraw

By Dorothy Ramienski Internet Editor Federal News Radio President Barack Obama’s choice to lead the Transportation Security Administration withdrew his name Wednesday, and is now speaking out as to why. Erroll Southers said he was pulling out because his nomination had become a lightning rod for those with a political agenda. He tells Federal News… Read more »