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COINs 2010 Abstract: COINS for Government: Collaborative Innovation Networks used in nascent US Government initiatives

COINs 2010 Abstract: COINS for Government: Collaborative Innovation Networks used in nascent US Government initiatives

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COINS for Government: Collaborative Innovation Networks used in nascent US Government initiatives Sean Wise, Milan Miric, Thomas Gegenhuber Ryerson University, 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2K3 Abstract: With the growing success of internet based collaborative for profit ventures, including Innocentive, VenCorps, Threadless and many others, governments have begun to take notice. Recent public sector initiatives, including Open.gov, Peer 2 Patent, innovation.ED.gov amongst oth
COINS for Government: Collaborative Innovation Networks used in nascent US Government initiatives Sean Wise, Milan Miric, Thomas Gegenhuber Ryerson University, 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2K3 Abstract: With the growing success of internet based collaborative for profit ventures, including Innocentive, VenCorps, Threadless and many others, governments have begun to take notice. Recent public sector initiatives, including Open.gov, Peer 2 Patent, innovation.ED.gov amongst oth

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COINS for Government: Collaborative Innovation Networks Used inNascent US Government Initiatives
Sean Wise, Milan Miric, Thomas Gegenhuber Ryerson University, 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B2K3
 
Abstract: With the growing success of Internet based collaborative for profitventures, including Innocentive, VenCorps, Threadless and many others,governments have begun to take notice. Recent public sector initiatives,including Open.gov, Peer 2 Patent, innovation.ED.gov amongst others,have begun to leverage collaborative internet media through similar meansas their for profit cousins. On the basis of the Collective IntelligenceGenome framework which was developed to describe private sector ventures, this study reviewed the recent public sector initiatives launchedby the American federal government. Our goal was to examine if, and how,the Genome construct would apply to not for profit ventures intimated bythe U.S. federal government. Our findings show that while the model fitsgenerally, some extension was required. Our findings make the case for an expanded genome framework with four new genes to describe publicsector ventures. Our study concludes that with the use of these new genesit is possible to apply the Collective Intelligence Genome framework to allexisting public sector ventures.Download copies of COINs 2009 research and industry papers atScienceDirect.Link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/59087-2010-999979995-2182758Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 2, Issue 4, The 1stCollaborative Innovation Networks Conference - COINs2009. Edited byKenneth Riopelle, Peter Gloor, Christine Miller and Julia Gluesing.Connect to the COINs 2010 Conference community across these mediaplatforms:
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