Links in the REFERENCES and NOTES sections of this book have been copied here for quick access, as well as some key FIGURES. New inputs and ideas from readers are posted below as well; some of these may be citations in the next edition. Thanks for all the interest, the feedback is outstanding.
First, thanks to our THOUGHT LEADERS, the many insightful people whose ideas helped shape the book
Grateful to the many #INNOCHAT & INNOVATION THOUGHT LEADERS who contributed to core concepts; much of this may be found via the references provided in line, below:
- 16. Saul Kaplan in “The Business Model Innovation Factory” (2012), re: capabilities (p. 17-29)
- 19. Kaplan, re: business models (p. 17-39)
- 22. Kaplan, re: cross domain focus (p.22)
- 27. John Hagel in “The Power of Pull” (2010), re: “structure vs. flow” with additional insight from Michelle James on striking a balance
- 46. Henry Cheesbrough in “A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing” (2011) by Paul Sloane, ed. re: collaborative innovation
- 49. Klaus-Peter Speidel in Sloane, re: ideas vs. insights (p.121); J.K. Loren re: ideas in context (p.5-14)
- 100. J.K. Loren in Sloane, re: R&D as silos
- 125. Jeffrey Phillips in Sloane, re: small teams
- 135. Boris Pluskowski, The Complete Innovator (blog), re: sports team as metaphor
- 145. Loren in Sloane, re: external innovation sources
- CDNA Slideshare (PDF) – summary of the key points in the book, including the Reader’s Guide, and links to both Amazon and this site; forward this to others if you think they’d have an interest; also available on LinkedIn.
- FIGURE 9, Chapter 3 – Intentional Collaboration (PDF) – this image, started on a napkin in late 2009, was the original genesis for the book
- FIGURE 24, Chapter 16 – Collaborative Workspace Requirements (PDF) – some key gaps in current Collaboration Platform software.
- Arizona State University. “Maslow Updated” (2010) in Science Daily
- Barth, Steve. “Koan Zero” (2009)
- Hagel, John. “Passion vs. Obsession” (2010)
- Johnson, Steven B. “Where Good Ideas Come From” on RSA
- Jones, Chris. “21 Century Kant” (2012)
- Jones, Chris. “Divergence of Thought in Science and Philosophy” (2011)
- Jones, Chris. “KM’s Evolution” (2012) the basic (original) outline of CDNA Ch.19
- Jones, Chris. “Organization Culture” (2010) the series, the basic (original) outline of CDNA Ch.10
- Jones, Chris. “Words That Matter: Wittgenstein & Lakoff” (2011), inputs to Ch. 5 & 6.
- McGilchrist, Ian. “The Divided Brain” (2010) on RSA
- Noveck, Beth. “Demand a More Open-source Government” on TED Talks (2012)
- Pluskowski, Boris. “Defining the Social Team” (2010)
- Robinson, Sir Kenneth. “The Factory Model” (2010) on RSA
- Siemens, George. “Connectivism” (Rhizomatic Learning) in International Journal of Instructional Technology.
NOTES (specific online citations, not covered above)
- 06. on Knowledge Workers (wikipedia)
- 09. “On Cultures of Learning” (2009) A great example of virtual collaboration in action; my then acquaintance and now friend Christian DeNeef (@cdn) introduced me to Peter Senge and the 5th Discipline as a comment to this post; Senge’s work is both foundation and scaffolding for The DNA of Collaboration.
- 10. Twitter Chat Communities are diverse and plentiful these days, but here are four that tend to “go deep,” following many of the virtual collaboration methods described in CDNA:
- 40. Mind Maps courtesy Chuck Frey.
- 50. Charter Schools on U.S. News and World Report.
- 146. PMI PMBOK Standardsa benchmark for process and structure.
- 150. ECOSYS Wiki an example of a virtual collaboration work space.
- 152. OGD Workshop No. 4, Team 3 Wiki an example of f2f collaboration using a process similar to the one I’ve outlined here.
- 178. Gaps in Critical Thinking
- 188. ECOSYS Bright Spots
NEW FOR CDNA 2nd Edition!
- Reader’s Guide (PDF): Navigation Aids, providing specific areas to focus for various groups of readers, including a list of Twitter hashtags where collaboration is often discussed or demonstrated