Submitted by Ria Baeck on September 4, 2008 - 19:07.
Reading and studying about Communities of
Practice I see that the web of Art of Hosting is developing
step-by-step into the third stage (as named by Etienne Wenger - see
We have come from the Stage of Potential, where the initiators of this field saw that their passion was a worthy domain, and gave it its name. They could do that because they had found their mates - enough potential members to imagine a community. And together they began to understand what was the knowledge and the practices that were valuable to share and develop further. read more »
This is the living and expanding version of "Society 2.0: designing an action research into the next
civilization" talk that George Pór gave at 2gether08, an unconference held in London, July 2-3, 2008,which was "a festival of ideas, popular
technologies and progress." The original slide presentation can be downloaded from Jump Time Players, where "Society 2.0" is blogged about.
2gather08 was a remarkable, high-energy unconference in London, July 2-3, 2008, "a festival of ideas, popular
technologies and progress."
Inspired by meetings I had the week before at the Shambhala Insitute of Authentic Leadership in Nova Scotia, about the Collective Intelligence Convergence website in Montreal, and the "Café U" action research in Boston, I decided to sum up my current thinking on the issues that I started exploring in Spiraling up.