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Networking the networks

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A short presentation for my panel session at Open.coop 2018 https://2018.open.coop/sessions/networking-the-networks/

Session outline:

Laura James Co-founder at Digital Life Collective and Francesca Pick, Co-Founder Greaterthan & OuiShare Fest will discuss the wide range of projects and movements aiming to unite cooperative organisers and networks to enable collaboration at scale.

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Networking the networks

  1. 1. What is the Digital Life Collective? @tech_we_trust diglife.com
  2. 2. What business, industry or trade does the society intend to carry out? The society will operate as a consortium co- operative carrying out the following activities: research, design, fund, develop, certify and use digital products and services that respect and protect human rights.
  3. 3. The chessboard is the globe, the traditional globe we’ve always used. It’s a map and it’s drawn according to a world of states. The web is like a map of flight paths all over the world, this is a world of flows, of people and institutions that are connected across, above and through the state. Like the internet. – Anne Marie Slaughter
  4. 4. Working in a networked way takes work
  5. 5. Identifying network links ● Who does good work? ● What voices are not heard? Who are the unusual suspects? ● Who do we need to work with for this work to be successful? Respected? Useful? Adopted?
  6. 6. relationships ● what’s the best way to engage? ● what’s the ask? ● who is going to do this?
  7. 7. ● fostering openness & participatory processes ● working at multiple levels – eg local, state, national ● facilitate shared visions, new thinking, alignment, and agreement building ● balance multiple dimensions of success, including relationships, process, and results processes
  8. 8. ● paying attention to personal relationships ● maintaining credibility by representing the voices and needs of those most directly impacted ● listening to the needs and desires of stakeholders both core and peripheral ● recognise others’ contributions and accomplishments behaviour
  9. 9. Collective Potential “The best place to store Knowledge is among people.” –John Kellden
  10. 10. Field catalysts ● Focus on population-level change, not on scaling up an organisation or intervention ● influencing the actions of others, rather than acting directly themselves ● getting things done, not building consensus ● built to succeed, not to last
  11. 11. ● differences as well as similarities ● not everyone will be perfectly nice! ● who is doing the labour of network care? ● networks are always changing ● structured vs agile @tech_we_trust diglife.com

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