what is 2.0?
and what does it mean for government?
by
...
web 2.0 is NOT...
a thing
a technology
a group of people
web 2.0 IS...
an era
a time
historical Period
like the industrial revolution
or the renaissance
or the age of
enlightenment
how do I know this?
because I’m a member of
the revolution
There are certain key
indicators:
the mass adoption of a technology that
changes the way we communicate: the internet
a shift in values: I’ll explain what ...
It’s a shame that it is called
WEB 2.0, because it’s
bigger than the web
the technology enables
everything, but you don’t
have to use the technology
in order to be part of it
for instance
the power structure?
Grassroots networks
before the internet:
Grassroots networks
AFTER the internet:
that’s why they call it “the
web”
but, without the value shift,
the internet would be just
another medium
so then, what are those
values?
openness: which requires trust
collaboration: the wisdom of crowds
community: Less emphasis on the individual,
Individua...
and a couple of other
growing memes...
compassion: care and concern for one’s fellow
human beings...even strangers
local: ironically, when everything is at one’...
diversity: this is not a melting pot. We don’t
require consensus, just compassion.
agility: Planning is passé. Small, ite...
what does this mean for
government?
government services needs
to be the platform to help
enable this change.
platform?
here are a few ideas:
1.give people access to their data online.
Health, education, titles, taxes, etc. Any way I interact with
the govern...
3.READ blogs. twitter. feedback at the
edges. Be part of the community you are serving and
understand inherently wha...
5.encourage small business. Less emphasis on
growth for the sake of growth and more emphasis on
community. More oppo...
remember:
it’s not about the
technology
or
the people using it
it is the emergence of a
new era
a shift in ideals
enabled by the technology
and the most important
thing to keep in mind is...
we don’t know the broader
impact of this revolution
yet
- end -
licensing:
http://www.slideshare.net/missrogue
Tara Hunt
Community Energy Organizer
tara@citizenagency.com
415.694.1951
skype: tarahunt747
www.citizenag...
NASCIO Government 2.0 Presentation
NASCIO Government 2.0 Presentation
NASCIO Government 2.0 Presentation
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NASCIO Government 2.0 Presentation

My quickie presentation from the NASCIO conference in Tucson that tried to give another perspective on what being 2.0 means.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Business      Technology      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - NASCIO Government 2.0 Presentation

  • 1. what is 2.0? and what does it mean for government? by tara ‘missrogue’ hunt citizen agency
  • 2. web 2.0 is NOT...
  • 3. a thing
  • 4. a technology
  • 5. a group of people
  • 6. web 2.0 IS...
  • 7. an era
  • 8. a time
  • 9. historical Period
  • 10. like the industrial revolution
  • 11. or the renaissance
  • 12. or the age of enlightenment
  • 13. how do I know this?
  • 14. because I’m a member of the revolution
  • 15. There are certain key indicators:
  • 16. the mass adoption of a technology that changes the way we communicate: the internet a shift in values: I’ll explain what those are in a bit A shift in power structures: from top down rule to grassroots influence A large number of those in power who are detractors: old media, traditionalists, politicians, big business...
  • 17. It’s a shame that it is called WEB 2.0, because it’s bigger than the web
  • 18. the technology enables everything, but you don’t have to use the technology in order to be part of it
  • 19. for instance
  • 20. the power structure?
  • 21. Grassroots networks before the internet:
  • 22. Grassroots networks AFTER the internet:
  • 23. that’s why they call it “the web”
  • 24. but, without the value shift, the internet would be just another medium
  • 25. so then, what are those values?
  • 26. openness: which requires trust collaboration: the wisdom of crowds community: Less emphasis on the individual, Individuality becomes... independence: a D.I.Y. attitude. Everyone has agency. authenticity: a disdain for ‘branding’ and perfect messages without substance.
  • 27. and a couple of other growing memes...
  • 28. compassion: care and concern for one’s fellow human beings...even strangers local: ironically, when everything is at one’s fingertips, local becomes important boutique: Big brands beware, people are celebrating the unique and small. humanness: the more mistakes you make, the more others relate.
  • 29. diversity: this is not a melting pot. We don’t require consensus, just compassion. agility: Planning is passé. Small, iterative changes, involving all stake holders is the norm. sustainability: we have to clean up our act.
  • 30. what does this mean for government?
  • 31. government services needs to be the platform to help enable this change.
  • 32. platform?
  • 33. here are a few ideas:
  • 1.give people access to their data online. Health, education, titles, taxes, etc. Any way I interact with the government, I want to go back and access. [satisfies: openness, independence] 2.blog. twitter. create public google docs. Encourage the involvement of your citizens in discussions you are having regarding their future. Collaborate with the public. [satisfies: openness, authenticity, collaboration, community]
  • 3.READ blogs. twitter. feedback at the edges. Be part of the community you are serving and understand inherently what your citizens desire. Interact where necessary. [satisfies: community, compassion, diversity, humanness] 4.stop overplanning. Smaller, lighter incremental steps. Implement, test, adjust, implement, test, adjust...etc. [satisfies: agility, collaboration, openness]
  • 5.encourage small business. Less emphasis on growth for the sake of growth and more emphasis on community. More opportunities for small business, means more options for the local, community, boutique and collaboration. 6.any way shape or form that people can participate. encourage it. Open up ways to get people involved. Trust more. Build strong communities to help garden. [satisfies: openness, collaboration, community]
  • 37. remember:
  • 38. it’s not about the technology
  • 39. or
  • 40. the people using it
  • 41. it is the emergence of a new era
  • 42. a shift in ideals
  • 43. enabled by the technology
  • 44. and the most important thing to keep in mind is...
  • 45. we don’t know the broader impact of this revolution yet
  • 46. - end -
  • 47. licensing: http://www.slideshare.net/missrogue
  • 48. Tara Hunt Community Energy Organizer tara@citizenagency.com 415.694.1951 skype: tarahunt747 www.citizenagency.com www.horsepigcow.com

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