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Opinion: A progressive tech platform for the 99 percent. Hillary Clinton's tech policy platform, released earlier this week, was particularly impotent on the most pressing digital issues.

Opinion: A progressive tech platform for the 99 percent

It glossed over critical topics such as the role of encryption for enhancing privacy and safety, and the critical need for greater transparency into how algorithms increasingly impact everyday lives. In fact, Mrs. Clinton's tech platform ignores nearly all of the big problems, while Donald Trump (and Bernie Sanders) haven’t released anything meaningful at all. Sherry Turkle: Connected, but alone? New Cooperative Development. B.

New Cooperative Development

Henehan. Authors: Brian Henehan, Cornell University,, and Bruce Anderson, Cornell University Reviewers: Gerald White and Brent Gloy, Cornell University Summary: There is increased interest in economic alternatives as individuals try to adopt needed technology and compete in today's dynamic global markets. The cooperative organizational structure may offer a viable alternative. About DAW – What is DAW? Democracy at Work is a project, begun in 2010, that aims to build a social movement.

About DAW – What is DAW?

The movement’s goal is transition to a new society whose productive enterprises (offices, factories, and stores) will mostly be WSDE’s, a true economic democracy. The WSDEs would partner equally with similarly organized residential communities they interact with at the local, regional, and national levels (and hopefully international as well). Democracy at Work Institute. Further Reading « Cooperation Texas. Eric Liu: Why ordinary people need to understand power. International Cooperative Information Center: Revision of Co-op Principles and the Role of Co-operatives in the 21st Century. ---------------------------------------------------------- This document has been made available in electronic format by the International Co-operative Alliance ICA ---------------------------------------------------------- June 1995 ************************************* Revision of Co-op Principles and the Role of Co-operatives in the 21st Century ************************************** by Hans-H.

International Cooperative Information Center: Revision of Co-op Principles and the Role of Co-operatives in the 21st Century

a1457.pdf. Why You Need a PLN, and How to Develop One: Resources Shared at #ASTD2014. 12 Things Collaborative Leaders Do. Collaborative leaders create communities where people unite around a common purpose and values, working collaboratively to accomplish a shared vision that makes a powerful and positive impact.

12 Things Collaborative Leaders Do

Their job is to champion the vision, provide resources and remove roadblocks. How do they do this? Some of these 12 behaviors could describe any leader. But when you look at them altogether, a pattern emerges that is quite different from traditional leaders. Collaborative Leaders… Let's Stop Confusing Cooperation and Teamwork with Collaboration. Often the words collaboration, coordination, and cooperation are used to describe effective teamwork.

Let's Stop Confusing Cooperation and Teamwork with Collaboration MediaX: The Art and Science of Feedback. Why You Need a PLN, and How to Develop One: Resources Shared at #LSCon. At the 2014 Learning Solutions Conference and Expo, I led a discussion titled Why You Need a PLN, and How to Develop One.

Why You Need a PLN, and How to Develop One: Resources Shared at #LSCon

Here’s a description of the session: Why crowdsourcing works. March 4, 2014 by Hutch Carpenter Crowdsourcing is a method of solving problems through the distributed contributions of multiple people.

Why crowdsourcing works

It’s used to address tough problems that happen everyday. Ideas for new opportunities. Ways to solve problems. Uncovering an existing approach that addresses your need. Time and again, crowdsourcing has been used successfully to solve challenges. Diverse inputs drive superior solutionsCognitive diversity requires spanning gaps in social networks. The Network Navigator. Surviving a Conference Call. What does Creative Commons means? (Infographic) [german version] Many People know that there is something called "creative commons licenses".

What does Creative Commons means? (Infographic)

But what does it mean? Is it a license? No, CreativeCommons is a non-profit organization. And what's about the shortcuts and icons? The basic idea of ​​creative commons licenses is simple and helpfull ... if you understand what it means. Communities of Practice – What I’ve Learnt. Why Learning Through Social Networks Is The Future. By Paul Moss, Students Need Professional Learning Networks, Too Learning to create, manage and promote a professional learning network (PLN) will soon become, if it’s not already, one of the most necessary and sought after skills for a global citizen, and as such, must become a prominent feature of any school curriculum.

Why Learning Through Social Networks Is The Future

Few progressive educationalists would argue that a personal learning network (PLN) is not incredibly valuable and important. Passionate advocates including Murray, Whitby, and Sheninger lead with clarity in such discussions. Writing on the Wall. IN JULY 51BC the Roman statesman and orator Marcus Tullius Cicero arrived in Cilicia, in what is now south-east Turkey, to take up the post of proconsul, or regional governor. Pubs/TechCoopHOWTO.pdf. The Argument For Worker-Owned Tech Collectives ⚙ Co. For all the tales of gilded startup parties and billion-dollar valuations, tech workers are often the most overworked, misunderstood and undervalued employees. Others struggle as freelancers or attempt to launch their own businesses. In the face of all that hardship, developers like me are turning more and more to collectives.

I’ve been a part of the cooperative movement for eight years. During that time, I’ve visited conferences and cities all over the country to promote the worker-owned co-op I founded, The Toolbox for Education and Social Action, or TESA. (You might recognize the game I created there, Co-opoly: The Game of Cooperatives.) Michel Bauwens: Four Scenarios for the Collaborative Economy.

The value proposition for a community of practice. The value proposition of a CoP is in increasing the effectiveness of its members. A community does not hold a collective performance objective with the business but allows each member to deliver better against his or her own individual performance objectives, by giving them access to the knowledge base of the community.

Specifically the community offers Help in solving problems Faster learning Access to experience and expertise Access to proven practices Membership of a CoP should pay its way. Lessons From Creating an Online Outreach Empire. Onora O'Neill: What we don't understand about trust. Science Translational Medicine. Authors Abstract The complex pathology of consortium fatigue provides diagnostic data on how to improve collaboration in biomedical innovation. Biomedical innovation is complex, expensive, and risky, and emerging science and technology have created tantalizingly high expectations. Converting innovation into health value in a timely, cost-effective, and sustainable manner requires a capacity for collaboration across disciplines, organizations, and nations. As we move forward with plans for major new multistakeholder initiatives, these alliances need to be evaluated with—and informed by—the same degree of rigor as other critical enablers of translational science, creating a timely opportunity for the advent of a new discipline focused on the science of collaboration.

In the past decade, diverse stakeholders have launched numerous collaborations in the global pharmaceutical industry in an attempt to address challenges to biomedical innovation. Table 1. Mind Brain Behavior Distinguished Lecture. Benefits Of Being A Social CIO. Inside The 'Bossless' Office, Where The Team Takes Charge : All Tech Considered. The Complete Guide for Finding and Sharing Better Content on Social Media. Why good deeds don’t go unpunished. Tom Chatfield: 7 ways games reward the brain. Why Do We Cooperate? Some Evolutionary Thoughts About What Motivates Us. Main Page - Handbook of Collective Intelligence. Collaboration Success Wizard. Creating successful geographically distributed collaborations. Team Science Online Learning Modules. Virtual Collaboration: The Skills Needed to Collaborate in a Virtual Environment.

Keywords: Virtual collaboration, virtual collaboration skills, virtual collaboration barriers. Introduction. How Successful Virtual Teams Collaborate - Keith Ferrazzi. By Keith Ferrazzi | 12:00 PM October 24, 2012.