CSI – IEEE Healthcomm2020: Optimizing Healthcare

https://healthcom2020.ieee-healthcom.org/ Collective Social Intelligence (CSI) is an approach to new product development research that centers on creating an effective capability for big data analysis, the internet of things (IoT), online social networks and project portfolio management to improve the ways organizations and communities relate to function collaboratively as a viable system. This has implications for all facets of society, most …

Podcast: CSI with Paul Miller from Digital Workplace Group

Had a great, really great talk with Paul Miller about Collective Social Intelligence. Couldn’t be happier with this podcast – he managed to extract my life’s work in one sitting. Very engaging and hearing this post-Covid and post-US election I recall why I got into this in the first place. Wanna know about the post-Covid world, climate change, fake news and other …

I WON’T ASK FOR PERMISSION TO BE ANGRY

“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” – African Proverb The six stages of our current F**KED up “being” are akin to the six stages of grief, only we are not allowing ourselves to travel through them as we should (we can’t travel anywhere)! There are no unicorns and rainbows at …

Healthcare: Affordability and Access

I make a point in my book about Collective Social Intelligence, that healthcare will improve if we are able to refine the links between government, institutions, ourselves and the community. I am about to visit some very influential people working in healthcare in the US, so I thought I should reflect on what I wrote and bring in some of …

CSI Speak at Tomorrowland: Melbourne Fashion Week – retail event at Foy’s Arcade

“Tomorrowland” was hosted at Foy’s Arcade on September 8, as a collaborative event exploring the future of fashion design and retails. Speakers: Christine Barro, fashion retailer and founder Christine; Trace Ainsworth AKA Miss_Tambourine and retail manager for Trelise Cooper; Professor Jeff Jones, interaction design expert from Collective Social Intelligence (CSI); Kristina Reynolds, behavioural psychologist from CSI; and Annie Harper, marketing …