The Open Org Books & Resources

  • April 1, 2022
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Carefully crafting open for organizations Co-creation in an open knowledge community is different than in open source communities.  For one, they are still relatively new as a community style resulting in testing governance and contribution models frequently. And, you are contributing your thought and intellectual property (along with your collaborators) to shape a new concept and field.  Taking the existing …

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Seamless Government: Anticipating Citizen’s Needs

  • October 15, 2019
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Anticipating Citizens’ Needs With a focus on Anticipating Citizens’ Needs, we were asked to craft four workshops that looked at cultural trends, cybersecurity, inclusion, and the role of the private sector and NGOs. In each breakout session, through collaborative exercises, participants collaborated on their topic and walked through potential futures through the lens of youth and aging populations. The International …

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