I create social media knowledge archives to aid in the development of social business intelligence.
Interviews and conversations inform strategic thinking in business communities to build stronger, more resilient social networks.
Listed below are successful methods of collecting, curating, and publishing community intelligence to strengthen creativity, engagement, and collaboration.
The I-Open Civic Wisdom library was built as a digital archive of entrepreneurial interviews and conversations. The library has approximately 10,000 minutes of trans-industry knowledge, discovery and innovation.
Interviews help us listen and learn from one another more effectively. Interviews explore the tacit knowledge residing in each of us, describe unperceived industry networks, or identify emergent innovation opportunities.
The I-Open Broadcast Inventory (below) lists archive files with brief descriptions about each interview or conversation.
I've published a transcription library of interviews and conversations to I-Open on Scribd. The insights and innovations of business leaders are a resource to organization, government, and foundation decision making in fast-changing markets.
The Changing Landscape of Public Advocacy: Citizen-Community Priorities and Web 2.0 conversation examplifies a rich source of business investment insights. Open Conversations, such as this one, identify where public investment may be best suited, where emerging industry opportunities reside, and often identify people willing to work together on project solutions.
Interviews, conversations, transcriptions, and inventories are methods to honor community intelligence, improve knowledge sharing, and generate efficient communications in support of social business.