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Discussing the IDC Framework: Ideation, Deliberation, and Collaboration

as we are learning to use social media in organizations, we overestimate some aspects of this new approach and are confused about others: What is new, what is not? What is hype, what is real? Therefore, it is a time … Continue reading

23. July 2009 by Philipp
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Structuring Deliberation 2.0

Whenever I have talked to government officials in 2009 (in Cancun, Erfurt, Vienna, Salzburg, or Washington DC), at some point in the conversation they mention that “we need to develop new modes of interacting with citizens.” Implicit in this argument … Continue reading

13. July 2009 by Philipp
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Reflecting the Rise of the Ideation Platform

The following entry was written by Justus Lenz with Philipp Mueller: ———————————————————- One of the “Web 2.0-type” concepts for a (semi-)structured citizen e-participation are ideation platforms. The aim of these platforms is to tap into the wisdom of crowds to  … Continue reading

11. July 2009 by Philipp
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A New Governance Paradigm?

Yesterday, Vivek Kundra launched several open government initiatives, most importantly the site Data.gov. It makes raw governmental data available in machine-readable format and allows users to build applications with the data. This type of governance by opening up (radical transparency … Continue reading

22. May 2009 by Philipp
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