Category Archives: CI & Communities of Practice

Practices and Processes for boosting CI

…we need to develop methods of information harvesting and storage that are able to co-evolve with the contributions and constantly improving insights of the collaborators.
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How well can collective self-reflexivity scale?

I woke up this morning 4 o’clock and not only because the jetlag. Yesterday was the first day of the first World Café Research Conference. Due to the delay of the flight from New York, I arrived late and when … Continue reading

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Collective intelligence in service of Reboot

Reboot is “Calling all practical visionaries of the world!” It’s an event to reboot our minds, play on the edge of technology, and re-dream our culture. Its is a brainchild of Thomas Madsen-Mygdal, in its 9th successful year, happening in … Continue reading

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Co-evolving Self and Network

my virtual workshop on “Boosting the Collective Intelligence of Your Network”
at Online Social Networks 2005
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What is CI? – a community approach to define it

There are as many definitions of CI as different kinds of discipline-oriented or mission-oriented communities practicing it. I imagine that CI for the intelligence community, or marketers using it for predicting consumer trends, has a meaning quite different from what I suggested, in an evolutionary perspective, to use by a potential community of evolutionary agents.
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What is social about “social tools”?

When we free the creative potential of flexible constellations of communities of interest and practice, it will boost their members’ identity, mutual care and professional pride. The emerging generation of social tools can be optimized for powering up that process. When that happens, blogs graduate from personal publishing tool and become a potent enabler of collective intelligence.
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Social learning theory can stabilize new peaks of CI

Social learning theory can stabilize new peaks of collective intelligence.
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