Cool Stuff I found on the web this week

April 20, 2012

Social Web

  • Infographic of how social media is changing the news industry
  • Interactive map identifying the top 10 politically influential people in each of the G20 countries
  • Another use for the social web: new staff orientation.  Explained in this blog post by Harold Jarche
  • When institutions fail, crowdsourcing surges, described in this blog post by Patrick Meyer

Organizational Learning and Change

  • “Let’s talk about work, in meaningful ways. If work is not worth discussing, why bother doing it? – Harold Jarche’s blog post entitled It’s all about conversations
  • Infographics of how to motivate the crowd
  • “New technologies give an organization the ability to reconfigure its form any way it desires. We are not confined to any one structure any more.” – Esko Kilpi’s blog post entitled Network design

The Environment

  • Link to SeeClickFix NYC app to allow citizens to report and track non-emergency issues in their community

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