Collabforge’s Founding Director, Mark Elliott, writes about his recent time working in Timor-Leste… I just spent an amazing three days in Dili, Timor-Leste (East Timor) doing a little pro bono work. The goal was to facilitate collaborative innovation with a group of NGOs (CARE International), philanthropists (Wise Foundation, English Family Foundation). The collaboration included participation with government (Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Timor Ministry of Commerce and Industry) and the private sector (Telekomcel, a local mobile […]
Do you thrive on being highly organised and coordinating multiple projects? Do you enjoy working with a close, small, highly talented team? Would you like the opportunity to work with a small business, building your project management skills in IT and consulting projects alongside our business? Do you want to make a positive impact? If so, we would like to hear from you. Collabforge pushes the boundaries of scalable collaboration through digital technologies and new ways of working. We have […]
We’ve been trialling a new smartphone app called Talko that blends realtime audio, text messaging, and image sharing into one seamless stream. It already seems like a promising step forward in streamlining teamwork, although it’s currently on iPhone only. There’s a great in-depth article on Talko, and the story behind it, on Medium.com. Talko is latest project of veteran collaboration tool pioneer Ray Ozzie.
Register now for our Collaborative Knowledge Creation session One of the benefits of collaboration is that it allows us to bring diverse knowledge to a particular challenge or opportunity. But how do we work together to apply knowledge once it’s been collected? How do we ensure the flow of knowledge across social, industry, and disciplinary boundaries? How do we work together to create new knowledge, to be used now and in the future? As part of Melbourne Knowledge Week, Collabforge […]
It’s been four months since we launched Epic Collaboration, our initiative to grow the world’s capability for collaboration. Since then, we’ve made a lot of progress, and learned heaps about how to realise our vision. We’ve written a blog post summarising our learnings. We’d value your comments on this post, and you’ll see we’ve already had lots of great feedback. We’re already planning next steps, and we anticipate starting monthly collaboration sessions. Register to be notified.