On 7 November 2013, ROADMENDER hosted a micro workshop exploring the role of collaboration in social change. The workshop was a part of Australia’s National Festival of Social Change. The focus of the festival was: “A celebration of great work happening in Australia, an exploration of the ideas, people, and technologies driving change, and an invitation for everyone to get involved in creating a better future“.
The ROADMENDER micro-workshop is part of ongoing work focusing on the exploration of collaborative practice, promotion of collaboration as an ever more important discipline and development of collaborative strategies and models. The workshop explored a range of concepts such as collaboration intelligence (CQ), collaboration premium, collaboration instinct (see three part blog on the concept on ROADMENDER’s home page for more).