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Last update Aug. 25th 2011 6:19:47 PM
Creation date Aug. 22nd 2011 9:26:16 PM
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 4:24:14 PM
    Subtitle
    Speed up NextEdge breakthroughs through Innocentive-like prizes and attention wagers
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 4:21:45 PM
    Subtitle
    Accelerate NextEdge breakthroughs through Innocentive-like prizes and attention wagers
    Summary Description
    Give reputation points – visible in whole community – to Next Edgers who deliver solutions to your most pressing challenges
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 4:18:28 PM
    Pattern initiator (contact)
    Mark Frazier (Skype: openworld)
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 4:14:01 PM
    2. CHALLENGE(S) - tensions addressed
    1) We're drowning in the exaflood

    2) New talent coming into NextEdge has no clear way to earn reputation by consistently adding extraordinary value
    3. OPPORTUNITY - vision of achievable change
    Check your Attention Wager bin for the 'catch of the day' - summaries sent to you by other NextEdgers to resolve the biggest challenge(s) holding back your projects
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 4:10:39 PM
    1. ATTRACTOR - what makes this interesting
    Help those who distill best
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 4:09:09 PM
    Subtitle
    Save time in finding the breakthroughs you seek
    3. OPPORTUNITY - vision of achievable change
    What if we could look in a bin each morning with the "catch of the day" - resources to resolve the biggest bottlenecks in our projects?
    1. ATTRACTOR - what makes this interesting
    Save time in finding the breakthroughs you seek
    Proposed name of initiative
    Tame the Exaflood
    Summary Description
    Give reputation points – visible in whole community – to Next Edgers who help solve your most pressing, Innocentive-style challenges
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 3:54:48 PM
    Subtitle
    A way to thank those who curate best
    Summary Description
    Earn reputation points – visible in whole community – by helping Next Edgers solve their most pressing, Innocentive-style challenges
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 3:53:21 PM
    Subtitle
    Recognize those who do most to help
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 3:51:09 PM
    Related Examples
    http://innocentive.com
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 3:47:14 PM
    1. ATTRACTOR - what makes this interesting
    What if we could look in a bin each morning with the "catch of the day" - resources to resolve the biggest bottlenecks in our projects?
    2. CHALLENGE(S) - tensions addressed
    1) We're drowning in the exaflood
    2) New talent coming into NextEdge has no clear way to earn reputation by consistently adding extraordinary value
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 3:40:26 PM
    Visual
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    Summary Description
    Earn reputation points (visible in whole community) by helping Next Edgers solve their most pressing, Innocentive-style challenges
    When not to use
    when you want the raw feed
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 3:35:46 PM
    Related Examples
    http://innocentive.com http://beex.org
    When to use
    when Overwhelmed
    When not to use
    when you want a raw feed
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 3:32:47 PM
    Summary Description
    Earn reputation points visible to the whole community by helping Next Edgers solve their active, Innocentive-style challenges
    Quote
    Kevin Jones: "there is too much to catch on the next edge..."
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 3:31:16 PM
    4. STRATEGY - proposed steps to make the change
    a web app on similar lines to help us better handle the Next Edge torrent? 1) Participants create profiles The credits would go to those who create a profile of their project interests on a Next Edge wiki. Profiles could include a section on key bottlenecks that a person was facing on a current or planned project - and a Innocentive-like prize for a breakthrough. One way to launch might be to start with an "attention wager" system. Everyone might have 1000 credits reserved up front with another 50 added per week. Then, we'd all go about our respective activities. But when we come across something that we're kinda sure could help on one of the bottleneck issues, we'd place a bet with the person facing the problem. I might find an item that I think would help Paul, the franchise school founder in Australia, improve student graduation rates (assuming he said that was one of his top problems). I'd pull 75 credits out of my account and wager the item was worth his attention. I'd be out the whole amount if the item proved worthless to him. But if it had some value, he might send back 50 of the credits - a signal that I was close, but not quite understanding what he wanted (he could describe why the bet fell short in his transfer. Or say he was delighted, even if it wasn't worthy of the full Innocentive Prize he had posted. In that case, he might award 100 credits back to me, leaving me with a net gain of 25 credits - and good signals on how I might go further and win the full prize. I think this system could be quite useful to all of us, not least for the developers of the various kinds of currencies and toolkits. Their sharing issues/problems could be a good way for the rest of us to get up to speed and be helpful. Does this make sense? I'd be glad to put up a wiki page on it, but would prefer to do it after one of the founders of the New Currency conversation creates an intro and preliminary framework for the NC wiki. Look forward to next thoughts and actions on how we can follow up.
    Summary Description
    Earn reputation points by helping Next Edgers with their active, Innocentive-style challenges
    Proposed name of initiative
    Curating the stream
    Quote
    Kevin Jones: "there is too much to catch on the next edge... you cant keep up with a stream."
  • openworld on Aug. 25th 2011 3:21:29 AM
    Name
    Attention Wagers
  • openworld on Aug. 24th 2011 5:48:11 AM
    Name
    Idea 5
  • openworld on Aug. 22nd 2011 9:26:20 PM
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  • openworld on Aug. 22nd 2011 9:26:16 PM
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    Name
    Devin Balkind
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