Monthly Archives: June 2007

Questions about unconferences

The Buzz Bin asks some interesting questions about unconferences. I haven’t been to an unconference as of this posting and I’m curious to hear your thoughts. Are they really as great as people say? Or is it just hype because … Continue reading

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Concurent Open Space: at UUA GA

Boy in the Bands puts out the question will Open Space work at the GA. While linking to my post about Traditional + Open Space It took me a while to actually find a link to “the GA” and the … Continue reading

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Open Space on a Page

I gave Andy Hook and Ryan the co-hosts of WhereCamp the run down of Open Space Technology a few days before during Where2.0. This one page was the result. I was sad that I couldn’t make the unconference but glad … Continue reading

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Online Community Unconference: Unconfrences for Communities Q & A

Besides facilitating I lead a session at the Online Community Unconference about unconferences. I got to talk with three wonderful women (the right people) who were all interested in learning more about how it really could work for their communities. … Continue reading

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Keep the Party Rolling

I had a great time at the Online Community Unconference facilitating. I got to meet Lee Lefever from Common Craft. He brought a lot of energy and enthusiasm one of the sessions became “Keep the Party Rolling” and in reading … Continue reading

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AOL internal ‘unconference’

Two weeks ago I headed out to Dulles and lead an unconference for AOL. There were 4 AOL folks who had been to one of my events either MashupCamp or the Internet Identity Workshop and about 120 people new to … Continue reading

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Learning by Example: IIW

One of the fun parts of this work is to help make great experiences and introduce folks to Open Space. At the Java One Conference i got to meet Sinsato who is working on an unconference in Montana who I … Continue reading

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Interview on Unconferences up on Assignment Zero

I was interviewed for the new Wired effort to crowd source articles called Assignment Zero. Appropriately enough the first article is about Crowd Sourcing. In my Interview “Your Online Identity Defines Your Role in the Crowd: Identity Woman builds networks … Continue reading

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Where the Next Steve Jobs will be – at an unconference?

I had a great chat Thursday with Chris Taylor, “Futureboy” a senior editor at Business 2.0 Magazine. He has written a good post on the Business 2.0 Blog about unconferences and contrasts them with very high cost events like TED. … Continue reading

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Training in Collaboration Coming up

There is a great event coming up in Colorado that will dive into 4 different methods of Strategic Collaboration. It starts with the question. Are you interested in learning how to engage groups of 5 to 2,000 in strategic conversations? … Continue reading

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