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Interdisciplinarity: How to Catalyse Collaboration

An urgent push to bridge the divide between the biophysical and the social sciences is crucial. It is the only way to drive global sustainable development that delivers social inclusion, environmental sustainability and economic prosperity. Sustainability is the classic ‘wicked’ … Continue reading

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The Tactics of Collaboration

Understanding the tactics of collaboration can help make the unique value of working well together real. It’s important because the whole — all of us, humanity — can be greater than the sum of our parts. We often discuss collaboration … Continue reading

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The Open Collaboration Encyclopedia

The original and comprehensive open-sourced encyclopedia of collaborative models and networks. Filled with everything you every would need to know about the emerging open, non-hierarchical, participatory open collaboration paradigm – facilitation methodologies, community building strategies, collaborative principles, project management techniques, … Continue reading

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Designing Workspaces for Collaboration

Read Can you imagine an office that inspires you to work? The nature of work is evolving, and with it the workplace. We know that. These changes offer incredible potential for development. Workspaces are the ones that connect diverse organizations … Continue reading

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Semiotic dynamics and collaborative tagging

Read Collaborative tagging has been quickly gaining ground because of its ability to recruit the activity of web users into effectively organizing and sharing vast amounts of information. Here we collect data from a popular system and investigate the statistical … Continue reading

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Tummelvision – the art and science of collaborating

Read Tummelvision is a weekly salon-style podcast about the art and science of engaging and collaborating in a networked age. Each week we explore how to connect and create a world that puts people at the centre of business, technology … Continue reading

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Collaborative Design in Virtual Environments

Read Collaborative virtual environments (CVEs) are multi-user virtual realities which actively support communication and co-operation. This book offers a comprehensive reference volume to the state-of-the-art in the area of design studies in CVEs. It is an excellent mix of contributions … Continue reading

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Training Creative and Collaborative Knowledge-Builders – Major challenge for the 21st century Education

Read In a world that is changing at an unprecedented pace, what can education provide that will prepare today’s children for the challenges of the Twenty-first century? This report introduces the forces that lead to rapid environmental change and the … Continue reading

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Parenting as a Creative Collaboration – A Transpersonal Approach

Read This article discusses the authors’ dialogue and collaborative writing regarding their professional views on the subject of parenting. The use of metaphor and analogy for parenting as a collaborative, cocreative relationship is woven throughout with references to the authors’ … Continue reading

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Network Theory – the Emergence of the Creative Enterprise

Read Read also : Team assembly mechanisms determine collaboration network structure and team performance Traditionally, the achievements of individuals such as Darwin and Einstein have dominated the public’s image of science, yet today some of the most groundbreaking work is … Continue reading

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