John Hagel and John Seely Brown on the collaboration curve

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  1. I like this idea of increasing returns, adding participation. I call it creating challenges for the participants, giving them a reason to be there and participate: helping them create meaning

    But one thing that I am starting to realise is that it is also needed to foster a practice of transparency. I still see many people who ‘think’ Collaboration (giving, sharing…) happens in only one direction: theirs.
    That probably tells a lot about them …not only as knowledge workers but also as individuals
    How do we go about transforming participants into contributors and collaborators?

    • Pascal Venier dit :

      Thanks for your comment, Cristina. I was listening again yesterday to one of Dave Snowden’s podcast, « Jon Husband interview with Dave Snowden on Web 2.0« . In this interview with Wirearchy‘s Jon Husband (@johnhusband), Dave Snowden (@snowded) was touching on the crucial issue of sharing in Knowledge Management. I really like his take on this issue, when he says: “You cannot create a knowledge-sharing culture, but you can increase the interaction between people, you can increase their interdependency and you can increase the immediacy of their knowledge management requests.”

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