CI in the dialog between life sciences and management of organisations

The French chapter of the Society for Organizational Learning had conference on the “EMERGENCE OF COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE: a dialog between Life Sciences and Management of organisations.”
Its aim was to explore the state of the art in each of these disciplines, to explore how these disciplines can inspire each other. I couldn’t attend because a conflict of schedule, and so far, they didn’t make their presentations public on their website. So I can’t report on it.
They wrote, “This gathering can be the first step into a range of meetings and a multidisciplinary research program.” If they’d think that my action research on “European Governance and Collective Intelligence” fit the bill, and invite me to help designing the next conference, the first thing I’d suggest is to design it for a better synergy between the face-to-face event and web-based tools of CI to be used before, during and after it.

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One Response to CI in the dialog between life sciences and management of organisations

  1. Gregorio says:

    Dear blogger
    I wanted to inform you that we will be running a workshop on software tools to support Collective Intelligence in organizations. ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work.A group or researchers in human-computer interaction from industry and academia. Feel free to contact me if you want to know more (convertino@parc.com).

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