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Five ways to build (social) networks that work

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Some people who read this blog are involved in grassroots movements, and often need to form proactive networks to get stuff done.  (I suspect a few politicians might also benefit from the following advice.)

MIT’s Sloane School of Management has picked up on a new report that sets out five things that help get going quickly.

  • Listen to and consult the crowds
  • Help people to connect
  • Bridge differences between extreme views
  • Help people help each other. directly
  • Give enough direction for individuals to take effective and coordinated action.
Hope it helps.

Written by Br0kenTeleph0n3

2011/05/21 at 17:42

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