- An invation to join a Twitter dialogue on the aspects of collaboration.
- — David A. Koontz (@davidakoontz)Wed, Mar 08 2017 19:37:56Challenge - what has to happen before collaboration can occur in the workplace? What are some of the situational requirements,
- — David A. Koontz (@davidakoontz)Wed, Mar 08 2017 19:37:40Challenge - and some of the obvious warning signs that might show up when introducing a collaborative activity?
- — David A. Koontz (@davidakoontz)Wed, Mar 08 2017 19:46:30@davidakoontz a prerequisite for collaboration: an invitation - unambiguous, "Hey twitter peeps this is for YOU". Join the dialogue
- So what are some examples of the warning signals that collaboration is not about to happen?
- — David A. Koontz (@davidakoontz)Wed, Mar 08 2017 19:47:33@davidakoontz Warning Will Robison: if a bot were to wave it's claws and shout - that would be a good signal... but without that... what?
- So it seems like invitation might need to be personalized a bit... the generic invitation had little response; but when I got specfic... kinda called people out... like a gun-fighter in the dusty street...
- — David A. Koontz (@davidakoontz)Wed, Mar 08 2017 19:57:27@davidakoontz You are INVITED! did I follow best practices in my invitation to participate? https://www.campaignmonitor.com/blog/email-marketing/2015/06/event-email-marketing/ …
- — David A. Koontz (@davidakoontz)Wed, Mar 08 2017 20:13:38
- — David A. Koontz (@davidakoontz)Wed, Mar 08 2017 20:14:41
- Woody is very popular right now on the conference and workshop circuit for discovering how to turn up the best in small groups of developers. He and his cohorts decided that a bit of intensive pair programming could be turned up to eleven (on a scale of 1 to 10). They coined the slightly satirical term - Mob Programming, to describe their activity.
- — Woody Zuill (@WoodyZuill)Wed, Mar 08 2017 20:52:02@davidakoontz This isn't something I can meaningfully do in Twitter. Too constrained and "broken up" for me to cover nuanced topics.
Dialogue on Prerequisites for Collaboration
A dialogue on Twitter platform for David's course in IDEO-University's Ideas to Action.
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