Some of you may have noticed the numerous blog posts that have appeared on the right under 'January' on the right hand side and may be wondering what this mass of posts is all about. Well the team have just hosted an 'Innovate To Save' workshop on the 17th December and we wanted all our speaker's presentations to be accessible to all even after the event...so here they are on our blog!
Below is a list of links to the presentations and contact e-mail addresses for the speakers.(You may notice that underneath some of the presentations are questions, if your answer to any of them is 'yes' please drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org):
We have now uploaded all the speaker's presentations. Below is a list of links to the presentations and contact e-mail addresses for the speakers:
Innovate to Save – Tips
Dr. Alan Kennedy - X Factor or Why Not Factor? Turning ideas into innovations
Damien Kennedy - Aggravation or Collaboration? Developing innovations between agencies
Would you like to explore your team taking part in a KCC pilot of the Key Innovation Programme?
Tim Milner - 50:50 or Call a Friend? A problem shared is a problem solved
Would you like to explore innovative ways you can search and organise knowledge online?
Will Perrin - Empowered communities fighting decay? The unlikely role of the web in regenerating local areas
Hollie Snelson - Social Media for improved internal communications
Noel Hatch - Here comes everybody? Using technological innovation in a recession
Would you like to explore innovative ways in using digital technologies to influence behaviours?
Andy Collett - Do you get the picture? Simplifying complex information
Andy Collett has requested that his presentation not be placed on any public sites (e.g. Slideshare, iNews), therefore we have had to upload the presentation to KNet which can only be accessed by Kent County Council staff, we apologise for this inconvenience. If you would like the presentation, please email me on email@example.com.
Would you like to explore piloting Many Eyes or Pic and Mix or other innovative ways to visualise and re-use data and information?
Dr. Norman Lewis - The power of social networks: Social Network Analysis and Collaborative Software.
Dr. Norman Lewis has requested that his presentation not be placed on any public sites (e.g. Slideshare, iNews), therefore we have had to upload the presentation to KNet which can only be accessed by Kent County Council staff, we apologise for this inconvenience. If you would like the presentation, please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Would you like to explore social network analysis to identify and make sense of your networks with partners and communities?
Dougald Hine - The "Why Don't You" Web? Using online tools to help each other in the real world
Would you like to explore piloting these tools or other innovative ways that use digital technologies to make use of untapped resources to help people?
If you attended the event, we would love to hear your feedback so that we can make any improvements to future events we may host. If you have a spare moment (it will literally only take you 5 minutes), we would appreciate it if you could fill in our survey which can be found here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TS3VVGM
If you have any questions or queries about the event, presentations or the survey, please do not hesitate to drop me an email.
- Kirsty Russell
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