. . . or three blogs and a book. That’s what I asked my fellow weekly IISC bloggers to recommend. What are they finding particular value in reading or re-reading for our work supporting collaboration for social change? Here’s what I got (not the complete list from everyone, as there was some overlap and vacations in there):
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Archive for July, 2010
If there is anyone out there not aware of the Creativist movement, I encourage you to take a look and consider enlisting. The Creativist Society has made a space for people to articulate their visions for society at its best with creativity as the core organizing principle. The Creativist Manifesto is an invitation for people to think about what it would mean to be creators before being consumers, which catalyst Olivia Sprinkel presents as being one of the most important choices we can make. Read the rest of this entry »
We have Clary Shirky talking about Cognitive Surplus and the distinction between communal benefit and civic benefit when it comes to collaborative action. We have Daniel Pink talking about Drive and the search for meaning which inspired me to write about the Purpose Bubble. And just last week here on the IISC Blog, my friend and colleague Curtis Ogden was talking about the need “to recognize the change capacity of the marketplace” and creating mechanisms to reclaim markets.