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CrowdSourcing: Self-organized Discovery through Chaordic Organization

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Topics Strategic planning/SOAR
Sectors General
Aspects of AI AI online working
Publish Date May 2008
No. of pages 2

CrowdSourcing: Self-organized Discovery through Chaordic Organization


The emergence of social networking technologies has opened a new area of exploration for the Appreciative Inquiry Discovery process. It is now possible to invite hundreds, thousands or even millions of people to participate. In August 2007, at the Story Field Conference in Colorado, I invited people to participate in a CrowdSourcing experiment, which helped inspire a subgroup of participants to begin the Tell-A-Vision initiative. The potential of CrowdSourcing is vast. The challenge is weaving technologies together with enough structure to enable creative participation without inflexibility or complexity.

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Gabriel Shirley is an organization designer and technologist interested in the convergence of people, technology, and nature. He seeks solutions to complex issues through local action and collective learning. Currently, he is asking the question, ‘What do organizations and employees need to be and do in order to be relevant to the world in the next 20 years?’


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