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The reverse Field of Dreams theory

Yes,  who doesn’t remember the infamous phrase that spawned a baseball field and propped up a whole film: “If you build it, they will come”. (What I can’t actually remember is who exactly “they” were).  If only this were true for any kind … Continue reading

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And we’re off

The first We are Camden  community is out of the starting blocks.  Our early adopters are those involved with Camden’s Voluntary and Community Sector  (VCS) Review 2010.    The review looks at how organisations in this sector are supported in the … Continue reading

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Someone’s talked about us online – what next?

This is a flowchart I’ve put together to help manage the process of responding to user generated content.  (Quick thanks to the US Navy for the inspiration.) There’s obviously a temptation to either jump straight in or ignore people. I’ve … Continue reading

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The surprising truth about what motivates us.

Now that the first phase of We are Camden is live, I’m starting to work with colleagues on how we now recruit and inspire people to take part in both the formal and informal consultations. How can we get to … Continue reading

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We are Camden. How did we get here?

One of the most exciting projects I’ve been working on with Camden Council is the development of an online community and consultation platform.  Though we officially kicked off the project  at the start of April, the idea came to fruition … Continue reading

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