Toward a theory of klognets..
CommonMe bloggrolled Denmark’s own Hoejberg. Hoejberg posted:
Andy Chen talks about his company’s product called RabbleRouser. The approach, Four Dimensions of Collaboration, taken to design the product looks interesting.
hmmm. The 4d:
- The Connected Worker
Provisioned with tools for connection.
Supported by incentives and moderation.
- The Evolution of the Community
Include people inside and outside your organization.
Ignore org borders.
Conversation stimulates brainstorms and mindbombs.
More conversation, more solutions.
People take roles. See small group psychology.
Recruit action teams from conversation groups.
- The Evolution of the Problem
Problems form small communities out of larger ones.
Problems act as catalysts. They draw the interested and productive, and repell the rest.
The problem community moves from discussion to action, from informal to formal.
- The Problem Portfolio
Program management in the network/hierarchical organization.
This is a true march toward a theory of klognet behavior.
btw, Quovix RabbleRouser is a free project portfolio app, Windows or Linux.
S?bastien Paquet’s klognet page.
David Gammel’s How to set up a low-cost klog network (using MoveableType)
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