The new collaborative society

The new society allows its citizens that are connected by an urban, computerized but also human network to work together. The primary functions performed by the applications of such a network are both real and virtual. They are to share dialogues, appointments, goals, skills, in short a whole database in order to exchange and create together.

Now while it is easy to imagine the implementation in companies for example, of intranet systems showing these so-called collaborative functions, it is much rarer to realize that a human being is in itself a platform for collaboration between several trends, drives and inner brakes.

Therefore, it becomes obvious that a first level of human skills management is essential. Indeed, it is not enough to create modular platforms or policies enhanced with collaborative tools if humans placed at the end of the chain are unable to make good use of them due to a deficiency in human skills and, by extension, professional, citizen aptitudes. Communication, coordination, sharing of resources and knowledge services are integrated and fully operate when they are a material or virtual extension of human skills that are already in place in the individual.

Each of us is carrying in their womb the collaborative society that the world expects and for which it is essential to be ready. Everyone is invited to access the highlands of their world in order to get a broader vision …

- Christiane Lavanoux, The I Game

Translation:  Mary Margaret White-Levilain, Guy Levilain
Resource-person in the US for IGA: Mary Margaret White-Levilain
Photo : GL/GT

The English e-book ” THE I GAME ” is available on the iBookstore

The French e-book ” LE JEU DU JE ” is also available on the iBookstore

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