What if people in communities were ALL better served by agencies, businesses, and NPOs?
What if YOU got to say what you thought wasn’t working?
What if YOU got to ask for what you wanted instead?
What if WE got to objectively consider each other’s opinions and desires?
What if OUR approach led us to equitable consensus?
What if WE could contribute to and benefit from that shared decision?
What if WE could accomplish that – simply – with four ubiquitous and familiar QUESTIONS?
What if WE could return to this same process and ‘upgrade’ or improve our prior decisions?
What if we could unravel the value now hidden in disconnected ‘threaded’ discussions?
What if each GROUP, via their website, used this same collaboration approach?
What if that ‘widget’ made ALL their efforts (and websites) INTEROPERABLE?
What if their interoperability, created a one-world KNOWLEDGE-BASE?
What if (issues and their) answers were readily available, and easily accessible?
Would you be willing to “ASK for” it – with me?
To realize that: I Need + You Have = WE Win!
In his post “Why is Enterprise 2.0 a good idea?” on Social Media Today, Mark Masterson says:
I don’t know about you, but I’d sure like to hear the answers to questions like those as applied to, say, Friendfeed, or Twitter. For the architects of such systems, Burt’s theory provides them with the tools to determine how to best add and create value with their software. For enterprise architects like me, it provides a framework to help me make choices, evaluate alternatives, and develop a strategy that is not a shot in the dark, but a targeted attempt at increasing value within my organisation. What’s not to like?
He wasn’t referring to the questions above (- or was he?).
ASK4™, is a simple four-question process improvement engine
– provides individual influence to equitable control of the international relationship economy
What’s about YOU? – care to comment?
– dare to COOPERATE?
Written by gsbigger
May 29, 2008 at 1:18 pm
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