All posts tagged collaboration

Grant McCracken

TummelVision 84: Grant McCracken on culture, corporations, and collaboration


Episode Notes

Grant McCracken (@grant27 | is an anthropologist. He’s been director of the Institute of Contemporary Culture, senior lecturer at the Harvard Business School, and research affiliate at C3 at MIT. He’s the author of Culture and Consumption, Culture and Consumption II, Plenitude, Big Hair, The Long Interview, Flock and Flow, Transformations and Chief Culture Officer.

Mark Pesce

TummelVision 81: Mark Pesce on Steve Jobs, collaboration, and the sources of creativity


Episode Notes

In the first TummelVision episode of the post-Steve Jobs era, the gang is joined by Mark Pesce @mpesce, an inventor, writer, entrepreneur, educator and broadcaster.

Mark joined us from Australia where he teaches at the University of Sydney’s Digital Cultures Program. He is at work on a book project entitled The Next Billion Seconds and blogs at The Human Network

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TummelVision 68: Sarah Szalavitz on story, social design, Hollywood and imposters


Episode Notes

Sarah Szalavitz (@dearsarah) does social design under her company Robot7 and teaches at the MIT Media Lab. Her background was in law and then Hollywood. A self-described “champagne socialist,” she did deals for Michael Eisner’s web video venture Veoh and has been one of the key people connecting filmed entertainment to the network economy. Her focus is now much broader than Hollywood and she focuses on systems and questions. As she says “now everyone makes media….how do we encourage people to participate.”

Storified notes from the conversation are here.

Social Artist Lloyd Davis

TummelVision 64: Lloyd Davis on Social Artistry, Collaboration, and Travel


Episode Notes

Lloyd Davis (@lloyddavis) is Social Artist in Residence at the University of London’s Centre for Creative Collaboration. He blogs at Perfect Path and is best known as the founder of the Tuttle Club, London’s most popular and long-running meetup for anyone interested in the social web.

He’s a ukulele player who enjoys singing songs from the 1930s. And he recently traveled coast-to-coast trip across the United States, as vividly recorded here

He’s currently resurrecting the Tuttle Club’s conversational process for consulting with large organisations about digital engagement strategies.




TummelVision 55: Juliette Powell on how to tummel, collaborating across disciplines, leaderless revolution, and Dutch schoolchildren


Episode Notes

The guest this week is Juliette Powell, media strategist, author of 33 Million People in the Room and co-founder of The Gathering Think Tank.  Juliette is a natural-born Tummler who catalyzes  ideas and people across business, media and culture.

Juliette and the gang offered some practical tummelling tips, discussed collaboration across disciplines, leaderless revolution, and the social dynamics Dutch schoolchildren (really).

Check out Juliette’s recent  discussion on the impact of the social web on the Middle-East revolution[s] with Internet skeptic Evgeny Morozov on BBC’s WHYS blog. Bonus: She is a fellow Canadian along with Heather.

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