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com/iopen Broadcast Inventory - On-Demand Folders Folder: Brainpower • How Futuring helps us to know what do Now [00:03:20] -- Bruce LaDuke Question Scientist, Instant Innovation, LLC, shares an introduction to the cycle of knowledge creation to enterprise development. Bruce offers an overview about futuring and how knowledge advance helps us to act smarter and see new opportunities. Integral Futuring: a process approach to Knowledge Advance [00:49:32] -Bruce LaDuke, Question Scientist, Integral Futurist and Mng. Dir., Instant Innovation LLC, shares an overview of Knowledge Advance. Learn your way forward: complexity science in leadership [00:15:29] -- Curt Lindberg, Chief Learning and Science Officer, Plexus Institute, shares new insights and guidance for leaders dealing with the approaching "Perfect Storm" of increasing demand and scarcity of resources in serving communities, organizations, regions and countries. Curt teaches us how to think about large systems and from his research in health care, where to focus our next steps. Leading and Creating for 21st Century Curriculum [00:07:43] -- David Deming, President of the Cleveland Institute of Art, talks about leading and creating toward a sustainable future. David shares his story of preparing for a Spring 2010 retirement, while with faculty looking ahead to design a future integrated learning environment for artists buzzing within a renovated, historic urban facility.
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Insights in Open Source Economic Development in Regional Economies [00:40:45] -- Ed Morrison, Economic Policy Advisor at Purdue University and CoFounder & Director, The Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open), teaches an introduction to Open Source Economic Development, I-Open Leadership Retreat, Dec 2008, Newbury, Ohio. Ed incorporates new insights about the shifts occurring in education, economic, and workforce development with clear examples of innovation in open networked economies. New Models for Content Creation: Page2Pub [00:07:46] -- Guy Paddock, Social Networking Game Team Lead & Page2Pub, Open Publishing Lab (OPL) @RIT describes the Page2Pub an innovative publishing tool to aggregate content from the Internet into a portable, print-ready format. Page2Pub is an open source software project that OPL hopes will provide others with a platform for research into this area. Closing the Gap on Brainpower: Transforming Regions One Student at a Time [00:34:46] -- John Zitzner, President, Friends of E Prep Schools in Cleveland, Ohio, shares a story of transforming education regardless of circumstance - the first step in revitalizing regional economic sustainability. Building Successful Urban Charter Schools [00:03:24] -- John Zitzner, Founder and President, Friends of E Prep Schools in Cleveland, Ohio, offers his story of why connecting entrepreneurial zeal to building new models for urban charter schools is important and what it means to the role of education and workforce development in regional transformation. Stories to Raise All Global Boats [00:45:29] -- Joshua Dysart, American Writer of Graphic Novels and Comic Books, shares a personal account of his life exploration seeking harmony, creative and aesthetic integration, and ultimately, a connection to one human global society. Josh talks about how the maturation of a creative industry powered by relevance and meaning can plant seeds for a better global future, and set the stage for collaboration. Frontiers of Innovation in Publishing 1 [00:09:30] -- Matthew Bernius, CoDirector and Researchers Guy Paddock (working on the Page2Pub project) and Rachael Gootnick (Open Publishing Guide) of the Open Publishing Lab (OPL) at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), describe how individual interests drive creative solutions for the future of publishing. The Library of the Future [00:03:20] -- Matthew Theobald, Founder, Internet Search Environment Number (ISEN) and CEO, Internous, discusses the role of librarians in the future. Drawing from his professional training in Library Science, Matt describes an exciting future for librarians as the community connectors between citizens, entrepreneurs, government and organization leaders and knowledge. All Your Databases Belong to You [00:03:49] -- Matthew Theobald, Founder, Internet Search Environment Number (ISEN) and CEO, Internous, tells us why databases are the next important application of the Internet. The Database of
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Databases means that each of us can access the deep web and custom design personal databases of information. Connect Your Mind with the Body of Knowledge [00:08:02] -- Matthew Theobald, Founder & CEO, Internous, offers us an introduction to his work in information science and technology. Matt shares insights into the new opportunities available to connect to the ocean of knowledge, what he is passionate about, what he thinks people should be paying attention to, and what he sees for the future. A Database of Databases [00:46:14] -- Matthew Theobald, Founder, Internet Search Environment Number (ISEN) and CEO, Internous, generously shares his views on Internous, what it means for people and communities and the new opportunities to connect to networks, innovation and enterprise. Tech Tribes for a Pioneering Culture [00:16:57] -- Matthew Theobald, Founder, Internet Search Environment Number (ISEN) and CEO, Internous, talks about how he got started as a student with the idea of creating the "Database of all Databases" or ISEN- Internet Search Environment Number - and ultimately building his company, Internous, bringing enormous opportunities for every individual and organization to not only search the deep web but to create personalized databases to strengthen individual connectivity and enterprise opportunity. A Brief Introduction to the Open Publishing Guide [00:06:36] -- Rachael Gootnick, Open Publishing Lab@RIT offers a brief introduction to the Open Publishing Guide. An Introduction to the Business Innovation Factory with Saul Kaplan, Founder & Chief Catalyst [00:06:39] -- Saul Kaplan, Founder and Chief Catalyst, Business Innovation Factory in Providence, Rhode Island, shares an overview of the mission of BIF and why identifying innovators and building community to address transformative systems change is so important for solutions in education, health care, and energy. Teaching Future Minds Technology [00:19:10] -- Ted Jordan, President, Funutation Tekademy, teaches young adults about technology, robotics, and computer software game design. Ted offers advice to students and their parents about how to prepare for future college enrollment and a career in technology. Learn about Funutation Tekademy at http://www.funutation.com

Folder: Innovating Networks • Anita Campbell, CEO, Small Business Trends [00:01:25] -- Meet Anita Campbell, an online publisher and leader in Northeast Ohio's small business and entrepreneurship networks. Anita shares what she is passionate about, where she sees next opportunities, and how she focuses her work.
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Small Business: the Hidden Economy [01:19:49] -- Anita Campbell, CEO, Small Business Trends, shares her insights and perspectives into what really makes regions and communities tick in this in-depth view of the value entrepreneurs and small businesses bring to local and national markets, why she feels they're overlooked, and how this leadership network generates a flow of commerce for the future of America and global enterprise. Complexity Science: Science of the 21st Century [00:43:07] -- Curt Lindberg, Chief Learning and Science Officer, Plexus Institute shares is insights about the role of complex systems in communities and countries today. Learn more about the work in health care around the world. Networks: Weaving People, Ideas and Projects [00:20:32] -- June Holley, Network Weaver provides an introduction for leaders in community, industry and organizations. June talks about where to start to make positive change in your work, life and where you live. Collaboration Accelerates Creative Innovation [00:02:52] -- Melissa Daubert, Experience Artist, Cleveland, Ohio, talks about the value of collaborating in the fields of fine art and digital technologies to access knowledge and know-how to create something new together, and to innovate for unexpected enterprise results. Pascal Marmier, Director, Consul, swissnex Boston, Consulate of Switzerland [00:50:32] -- shares insights and innovations about how swissnex Boston strengthens transcontinental entrepreneurship by building innovation networks, quality connected place, sharing Brainpower, and encouraging dialogue and inclusion. Swarm Creativity: Working together and being part of One World [00:27:36] -- Peter Gloor, Research Scientist, MIT Center for Collective Intelligence talks about COINS - Collaborative Innovation Networks, Swarm Creativity and Cool Farming. Peter has created software to map innovation in networks and collaborative behaviors. In this interview you will learn how to be not a Star, but a Galaxy! Swarm Creativity: At the heart of it all [00:08:18] -- Peter Gloor, Research Scientist, MIT talks about COINS - Collaborative Innovation Networks. Peter shares his insights into the value people and new ideas bring to solving the big problems of the world. He describes what is important to him as a global leader in technology and how his passions have lead to new discoveries in creativity and innovation. Collaborative Health Care Improving Systems Service Delivery [00:29:46] -Dr. Peter Margolis, M.D., Ph.D. talks about his work in collaborative medicine as Co-Director of the Center for Health Care Quality at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. He shares an overview of his work in the last twenty years to improve quality systems health care delivery for children.
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Incubating Innovation in Education, Economic, and Workforce Development [00:28:47] -- Saul Kaplan, Founder and Chief Catalyst, Business Innovation Factory in Providence, Rhode Island, talks about his rich experience and work identifying innovators, building networks and community for new systems to implement new solutions in education, health care, and energy. Social Network Analysis 1997 – 2007 Valdis Krebs Part 1 Defrag Conference 2007 [00:58:40] -- Valdis Krebs, network software and analysis consultant, presents Part 1 of an overview of 20 years of Network Analysis at the I-Open Defrag conference, hosted at Lorain County Community College, Ohio, 2007. Video courtesy of Steve Petti, New Image Media, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Social Network Analysis 1997 – 2007 Valdis Krebs Part 2 Defrag Conference 2007 [00:54:06] -- Valdis Krebs, network software and analysis consultant, presents Part 1 of an overview of 20 years of Network Analysis at the I-Open Defrag conference, hosted at Lorain County Community College, Ohio, 2007. Video courtesy of Steve Petti, New Image Media, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. A Conversation about Networks with Valdis Krebs [00:27:59] -- Insights from Valdis Krebs: Networks of Corruption, Employment Networks, and Innovations in Network Research. Network Research Insights [00:08:20] -- Valdis Krebs, network software and analysis consultant, talks about how the idea of mapping networks got started, and the unusual opportunities available now for this growing, multidisciplinary, emergent field of theoretical and practical research. Building Employment Networks [00:10:17] -- Valdis Krebs, network software and analysis consultant, shares his insights into how to think about and build networks for productive employment opportunities, going beyond popular social networking for numbers. Learning from Networks of Corruption [00:10:14] -- Valdis Krebs, network software and analysis consultant, shares his insights into the architecture of corruption networks and identifies lessons to build networks for positive change. I-Open Leadership Retreat: Networks, Valdis Krebs 1 Dec 3-5, 2009 [00:19:10] I-Open Leadership Retreat: Networks, Valdis Krebs 2 Dec 3-5, 2009 [01:01:25]

Folder: Quality, Connected Places • • Pass it on: Lessons in Giving [00:19:05] -- David Deming, Sculptor and President of the Cleveland Institute of Art, talks about giving from the depths of your humanity -- share your stories life's gifts come to those who create. Leadership and Design for an Integrated World [00:64:28] -- David Deming, Sculptor and President of the Cleveland Institute of Art
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The Magic of Doing [00:08:29] -- David Deming, Sculptor and President of the Cleveland Institute of Art, shares a personal conversation about the value of social connectivity, working with ambiguity, and the magic of embracing creativity, and just doing. These are important lessons and insights that can be applied to being more creative and building new enterprise in our complex, changing economic environment today. A Renewal of Culture [00:36:30] --F. Christopher Reynolds, High School French teacher, Berea, Ohio, adjunct Professor in Creativity Studies, Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio, musician and songwriter of 15 CD's, traditional healer with a sweat lodge and sacred pipe, and Master's degree in Rites of Passage in Post Modern Philosophy, is passionate about "waging creativity" - to nurture that which is growing forth from the land, to help things to be born, instead of destroying things. His art movement, http://www.urrealist.com, teaches others how to bring forth what's best in people. A Renewal of Culture: an introduction [00:06:38] -- F. Christopher Reynolds Sacred Conversations: The People in Government [00:05:01] -- Gloria Ferris, Civic Leader and Blogger, shares her insights into the value of citizens and government engaging in conversations to share knowledge and build smarter, more transparent democracy. Collaborate, Support and Affirmative Networks [00:05:01] -- Gloria Ferris, Civic Leader and Blogger talks about the importance of behaving in ways that build trust and respect when working together to build community and enterprise projects. The Village: A Microcosm Economy of Culture [00:19:35] -- Melissa Daubert, Experience Artist, Cleveland, Ohio, provides a tour of "The Village" a collection of architectural structures from her experience living in Zimbabwe; figures provide a larger view of cultural norms and embody what is important to people, the community, and the economic way of life with investments residing in health care, education, environment, commerce, gender equality and empowerment of women, and basic daily living needs. Introduction to swissnex Boston [00:04:03] -- Pascal Marmier, Director, Consul, swissnex Boston, Consulate of Switzerland, builds transglobal networks to strengthen innovation and commerce. In this interview you'll learn why and how swissnex Boston builds open, neutral spaces to strengthen local networks for enterprise collaboration, and connect to a larger world of commerce and industry. Peter Gloor, Research Scientist, at MIT's Center for Collective Intelligence, shares his excitement about the inaugural COINS 2009 Conference Oct 8 11, 2009. The conference was hosted by the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) and co-sponsored with MIT's Center for Collective Intelligence and Wayne State University's School of Engineering. The conference focused on the
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value creativity and collaboration brings to the emerging Science of Collaboration. Creating the right space to foster a spirit of innovation [00:09:58] -- Dr. Thomas J Allen, Margaret MacVicar Faculty Fellow, Howard W. Johnson Professor of Management, Emeritus, MIT Sloan School of Management, talks about his seminal research documenting the value of companies and people working in close proximity to nurture innovation. Tom Allen's work formulated the idea of the Allen Curve, a simple understanding that the closer people and companies are located the more cross-fertilization of ideas, network building, talent exchange, and enterprise results.

Folder: Dialogue and Inclusion • Generate better futures: focus on the present [00:06:50] -- Curt Lindberg, Chief Learning and Science Officer at the Plexus Institute, shares his understanding of the role complexity science plays in our world today in this introduction to complexity science and positive deviance. Curt tells an interesting story about 'The Palmer Method" and how small creative actions lead to large positive change in our world today. By constantly paying attention to what is working now and making the changes, communities and organizations can continually align our knowledge and our resources to remain resilient and sustainable. Creating Small Actions for Profound Change [00:22:15] -- Curt Lindberg, Chief Learning and Science Officer, Plexus Institute, teaches leaders to make large change by encouraging small actions. Curt shares research insights about complexity science informed by working with healthcare nurses and doctors combating MRSA across the globe, the Plexus strategy for research, insights into new opportunities for research investigation, and how the interactions of social networks create a different and unique picture of every culture. The Graphic Novel Gone Digital: global storytelling [00:42:09] -- Daniel Goldman, pioneer in digital storytelling and distribution, designs comics in the long form of graphic novels. Dan talks about how he builds industry innovation networks with digital tools and online platforms to share and explore new stories with a connected world of readers. Comics: Storytelling for Cultural Imperatives [00:03:14] -- Joshua Dysart, American comic book writer, asks for a strong, intelligent, diverse global debate on the individual vs. the collective - to address humanity's integration with each other and the natural environment. The Prosperity in Conversation [00:03:38] -- Gloria Ferris, Civic Leader and Blogger, talks about the valuable knowledge in conversations that enables people to stand on the shoulders of others, to share knowledge, and improve the circumstances of all.
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The Wisdom in Listening [00:02:04] -- Gloria Ferris, Civic Leader and Blogger, describes the ability to listen as the most valuable piece in learning. It's what we learn in conversation from each other that we can then take away and share with others. Finding the All in Government [00:05:00] -- Gloria Ferris, Civic Leader and Blogger, shares her insights from experience working with citizens and government leaders about the importance of loosing the aspect of competitiveness in government between political representatives, citizens, and communities. The Value of Citizens in Government [00:04:25] -- Gloria Ferris, Civic Leader and Blogger, shares her insights from experience working with citizens and government leaders by asking an important question of government leaders: "How can citizens be brought to regional planning table at the very start of planning?" COINS 2009 Conference [00:08:43] -- Peter Gloor, Research Scientist, at MIT's Center for Collective Intelligence, shares his excitement about the upcoming inaugural Oct 8 - 11, 2009 conference convened at the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) and co-sponsored with MIT's Center for Collective Intelligence and Wayne State University's School of Engineering. The conference focus is to broaden our understanding of the value creativity and collaboration brings to the emerging Science of Collaboration.

Folder: Branding Stories • Branding Stories: digital platforms creating exponential business shifts [00:07:07] -- Dan Goldman, writer, author and artist, shares insights how we tell the important stories of human culture, in a heightened art form - something we can only accomplish by working together connecting the creative innovation of many. The hardest work of all: A story of connection, passion and love [00:16:09] -- Dan Goldman, writer and graphic novel artist, describes the most fundamental work that must be addressed when working within systems of open networks, is to understand who you are. Dan describes the importance of developing a strong sense of self - and how recognizing this life long pursuit is critical to creativity. Core personal values help us to understand our place in the world as human beings and will determine our personal resilience and ultimate ability to share and recognize new opportunities. Transforming Regions One Student at a Time [00:02:24] -- John Zitzner, President, Friends of E Prep Schools in Cleveland, Ohio, shares a story of transforming education regardless of circumstance - the first step in revitalizing regional economic sustainability. Learn more about this award winning educational model at E City.
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An Introduction to the Open Publishing Lab @RIT [00:03:48] -- Matt Bernius, Co-Director & Researcher of the Open Publishing Lab (OPL) at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY. talks about the sea changes happening across the publishing industry and how OPL@RIT is responding by strengthening creativity and innovation with Open Source approaches to empower individuals, businesses, and communities. The Future of Publishing: New models for Content Creation [00:17:47] -Matt Bernius, Co-Director of the Open Publishing Lab (OPL), at the Rochester Institute of Technology, in Rochester, NY, talks about new models of innovation in publishing and content creation serving the future of publishing. Learn about these three innovative models of student led teamwork and cross-campus interdisciplinary collaboration. New Models for Content Creation: the Open Publishing Guide [00:14:18] -Rachael Gootnick, Project Lead and Designer of Open Publishing Guide, Open Publishing Lab (OPL) @RIT describes the Open Publishing Guide, an important tool for civic leaders and their communities, organizations, and government to strengthen information sharing in education, economic, and workforce development.

Folder: Open Conversations • Futuring: The Knowledge-Question Cycle and Getting to Enterprise [01:01:57 Recorded Fri Jul 10 21:37:07 EDT 2009] -- Guest Bruce LaDuke, Question Scientist, Integral Futurist and Managing Director, Instant Innovation, LLC. In this open conversation you'll learn how knowledge affects what we know, how we think about the future and how to identify unforeseen enterprise opportunities before us.

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