Anchor Team Picks

I asked our 10:10 Anchors to tell me what they are into right now -- that relates to Web of Change core values that is. Here is what members of the team are giving two thumbs up.

Dave Averill's Current Pick

Six levels for connecting people and social change -- The most effective social change organizations understand how to wield their portfolio of engagement tactics in Zen-like fashion; knowing just what kind of touch is called for to influence the outcomes of a particular decision.

Nicholas Klassen' Current Pick

In a field full of creative experimentation, this is my favourite recent example. Greenpeace supporters took over Nestle's Facebook page, and the corporation's hamfisted response -- removal of a Greenpeace Youtube video, threatening to censor Facebook users, etc. -- was widely panned as a massive social media fail. Proves yet again that the old rules don't work on the internet.

Alia McKee Scott's Current Pick

Linchpin, Seth Godin's new career manifesto for the new world hits on all-things-Web-of-Change. If you want to better understand how you overcome a world-order designed to sap creativity and collaboration, if you want to better conquer resistance to change the game, if you yearn to walk into chaos and create order by inventing, connecting, and this book.

Gibran Rivera's Current Pick

Rework by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson of 37 Signals debunks most myths about what it takes to build something significant, definitely a central text for the Web of Change crowd!

Jodie Tonita's Current Pick

The Interaction Institute for Social Change's Blog is a great source for new ideas and approaches to social change. The folks at IISC are a diverse group of brilliant and dedicated facilitators working with social change collaborations around the country who openly share their insights, learning and resources. I learn about their latest reads, how they are applying theory and what's working and what's not. If you're interested in collaboration, transformation and innovation for social change tune in... and join in.

Julia Watson's Current Pick

LucidChart has been a revelation in garden planning. How do four Ecovillage gardeners collaborate to plan this year’s crops? We created a garden plan with the Lucid Chart flowcharting tool. We can each log in and add our favourite seeds to the beds. I can print out the map and take it to the garden and save it as a historical reference to ensure next year’s plants are rotated to keep the soil healthy. There is a place for collaborative online tools even in an organic garden!

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