So, I know it has been far too long between updates here at Change Assembly and for that I apologize. Course correction 2013 was a tough year for us. It became very clear over the course of the year that […]
Our global governance institutions were designed at the end of the Second World War to help maintain the peace. They reflect the bureaucratic, hierarchical systems and deliberative processes that were required achieve consensus in an age of limited coordination technology. […]
Well, it has taken a few months longer than we had planned, but I am happy to announce that a couple of weeks ago, we launched the Hunchworks prototype. We have been quietly sharing it with close friends and long-time […]
A crowdsourcing system parcels out small pieces of work to lots of people. Crowdsourcing is usually performed online, and its tasks are usually connected to data or information gathering and processing. Crisismapping is similar to crowdsourcing in that it involves […]
Sara Farmer and I started Change Assembly in July 2012, fresh from working together in the United Nations at the Global Pulse project. While there, we established a good working rapport and realized that we shared a common vision about […]
We have retired Hunchworks. Thank you to all of our beta testers for giving us so much great feed back. We have integrated it into our new collaborative intelligence platform called Factr which we are working hard on right now.