Continuing work on my 5th competency: Servant Leadership in Technology Facilitation and Collaboration.
Elliott, M. A. (2007). Stigmergic collaboration: A theoretical framework for mass collaboration (Doctoral Dissertation, University of Melbourne, 2007). Retrieved from http://mark-elliott.net/blog/?page_id=24
Notes (instead of a summary)
This work is incredible, detailed, and presented in an attractive way. I feel that I can’t do it justice, but here are a few notes.
Definitions: “Collaboration is the process of two or more people collectively creating emergent, shared representations of a process and or outcome that reflects the input of the total body of contributors” (Elliott, 2007, p. 31).
“co-created emergent shared representation” (p. 45).
“Stigmergy is a class of behavior in which collective activity is coordinated through the individuals’ response to and modification of their local environment—one agent’s modification becomes another’s cue (p. 8). (swarm intelligence)
Some principles: Non zero sum outcome (i.e. win win)
Includes creative activity…
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