Using Language and Stories in Participatory Community Network Mapping | Part 4 of an Interview with Aldo de Moor
Storytelling is very important to inspire participation. However, it is especially the boundary spanning across communities – stories that capture the essence of an activity or an interaction in a community. ~ Aldo de Moor
Excerpt: A Leadership Story – Network Style – Part 2
Not Getting The Response You Hoped For Yet? Automated bulk email invitations from sumApp work fine in most instances, especially if people know they’re coming & what they’re for. But what if it’s not working? What if important members are buried in email and ignoring your requests? Or maybe you have a sub-set of members who won’t recognize the email address you’re sending from? Or what if they’re not tech-savvy, so they think it will be complicated & they’re avoiding it? What if it’s getting caught in some hyper-vigilant spam filters? Or they just plain don’t participate in this sort … Read more
A Leadership Story – Network Style Pt. 1
Excerpt: sumApp ‘segments’ make it easy to manage long lists, so members are more likely to engage & share info.
How to easily share a private Kumu network map with your network.
How place, process, relationships and tools support culture change for the 21st century – An interview with Network Weaving pioneer June Holley.