Month: May 2020
(19) Online Salon with Roman Huber
WE NEED NEW NARRATIVES THAT ARE COMPELLING AND EMPOWERING TOWARDS CITIZENS TO ACTIVELY SHAPE AND COCREATE THE FUTURE THEY ARE STRIVING FOR.Read more“(19) Online Salon with Roman Huber”
(18) Cocreation & Climate Conferences
THIS LITTLE STUDY IS MORE OR LESS AN ANALYSIS OF THE DESIGN OF THE CLIMATE CONFERENCES AS THEY ARE NOW.
It is a first approach for our own understanding of how these processes work now, where there are shortcomings and where we can we can introduce cocreative methodologies or even set up an additional cocreative process for climate change on a global level.
(17) What is the “Stadtwerkstatt”?
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THE STADTWERKSTATT IS HOSTING A SPACE FOR MORE THAN 38 DIFFERENT CITIZEN’S PROJECTS
(16) An Example of Deep Cocreation
COCREATION NOWADAYS HAS BECOME A BUZZWORD. SO HOW DO WE DIFFERENTIATE COCREATION ON A SHALLOW VS. A DEEP LEVEL?
COCREATION FOUNDATION FOUNDER JASCHA ROHR SHARES HIS PERSPECTIVE ON COCREATION AND GIVES A CONCRETE EXAMPLE OF HOW IT IS USED AS A CULTURAL TECHNIQUE.Read more“(16) An Example of Deep Cocreation”
(15) What do we mean by Cocreation?
A cultural technique or a cultural technology is an evolutionary step for humanity. It is a technique that humanity as a whole has learned, i.e. agriculture, reading and writing, digitalization, industrialization. When I refer to cocreation as a cultural technique I want to say that I feel that for the challenges that we as humanity are facing today, cocreation is of the same importance and that we all as humanity have to learn to cocreate to face these challenges.