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Co-operate, collaborate & conspire...

  • Jan 11, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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IxDA Oslo's first meetup in 2012 is going to be focused on tools for co-operation & collaboration.

Collaborating in the stream
Pete Lacey, Designer at Copenhagen-based startup Podio, will talk about "Collaborating in the stream" - how activity streams are designed to change the way we work and interact together in a collaborative environment.

Podio was founded in early 2009 and is an online work platform that puts people in control of their work tools rather than the other way around. The platform lets the user decide how to structure projects, teams and workflows by creating and sharing their own spaces.

What you need to know about sharing and collaboration
Fredrik Matheson, Head of the Social Web / Collaboration Group at BEKK Consulting (and IxDA Oslo Ambassador), will explore five barriers to effective collaboration, tell you what he wish he'd known about social software in 2007 and offer practical advice on how you can work smarter starting tomorrow morning.

In 2004 Jørgen Leirdal and Fredrik built a prototype of Geoloq.us, a mobile/social/local tool for easier sharing, coordinating and collaborating in neighborhoods. He's been hooked on making social software ever since. Fredrik has built massive intranets, apps for sharing, connecting and collaborating – and has even tried to make SharePoint social.

Talks will be held in english.

Join us for beers at Oslo Mekaniske after the session to continue the conversation!

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  • Eirik M.

    Cheers Pete. The funny thing is that no-one seems to react when presented. At least it doesn't seem far away from how people experience email.

    January 13, 2012

  • Pete L.

    Some are here: http://justinhartman.com/2008/03/03/interesting-email-facts/

    As I mentioned, I found it hard to validate these. They've been shared around the net so much the original official study (if there even was one) is hard to track down.

    January 13, 2012

  • Eirik M.

    Will those bogus (?) email stats be published? Someone asked for referenses I remember.

    January 13, 2012

  • frank d.

    First one a bit thin. Second speach well informed and to the point. Could have added some references to his research and maybe some visual examples though.

    January 13, 2012

  • Thomas W. G.

    Great presentations! especially the last one

    January 12, 2012

  • Petter T.

    Inspiring and well-spoken speakers, good discussions. Brilliant!

    January 12, 2012

  • Odd-Wiking R.

    Første del med Pete Lacey fra Podio ble tynt. Om man bygger verktøy for samarbeid bør konklusjonene understøttes av skjermbilder og eksempler, ikke bare enkeltord og påstander.

    Andre del med Fredrik Matheson fra BEKK var langt mer interessant og bar preg av mye mer erfaringsbasert kunnskap som han velvillig delte.

    January 12, 2012

  • Pål S.

    The first session felt a bit empty. But the last session was well told and interesting.

    January 12, 2012

  • Pete L.

    Fredriks talk was inspiring and highlighted issues we all need to think about when looking at collaboration in different environments.

    January 12, 2012

  • Christine L.

    I learned a lot about collaboration software tools and social software in general. Interesting.

    January 12, 2012

  • Tobias L.

    Good talks AND relevant questions that gave some extra insight and complicated the areas fo discussion. Great stuff!

    January 12, 2012

  • Pete L.

    Looking forward to my first trip to Oslo and chatting to you guys!

    1 · January 4, 2012

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