Author Archives: Hailey Cooperrider
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.
The European Union is perhaps one of the biggest collaborations in history, and it has been interesting to see the many ways in which this has inspired a variety of boundary-pushing collaborative and participatory projects. Fellow cocreation enthusiast John Baxter recently shared a document written up by a few intrapreneurs at the European Commission (the EU’s executive body) about how they are using new, collaborative “ways of working to build stronger internal resilience, cross-DG (Directorate General) collaboration, and applied learning […]
Collabforge ran a design thinking event in Sydney earlier this year as part of our work with Project Leap. Sparked by Tim Horton’s talk at the event, I found this interesting service in the US that provides a studio space for teams to live and relax in while working on their business or product. Based in New York City, Pure House is a for-profit company that rents out apartments to, “Digital Nomads, Creative Misfits, Disruptive Innovators, Social Entrepreneurs and the […]