Year: 2018

Incomplete recognition of people’s talents

Here’s a short piece on another European data set. This time it is data from the European Skills and Jobs Survey (ESJS). This week I’ve been at Open Belgium presenting our European project entitled MIRVA (Making Informal Recognition Visible and Actionable). The project is looking into new ways to recognise […]

Incomplete recognition of people’s talents

Here’s a short piece on another European data set. This time it is data from the European Skills and Jobs Survey (ESJS). This week I’ve been at Open Belgium presenting our European project entitled MIRVA (Making Informal Recognition Visible and Actionable). The project is looking into new ways to recognise […]

Incomplete recognition of people’s talents

Here’s a short piece on another European data set. This time it is data from the European Skills and Jobs Survey (ESJS). This week I’ve been at Open Belgium presenting our European project entitled MIRVA (Making Informal Recognition Visible and Actionable). The project is looking into new ways to recognise […]

Incomplete recognition of people’s talents

Here’s a short piece on another European data set. This time it is data from the European Skills and Jobs Survey (ESJS). This week I’ve been at Open Belgium presenting our European project entitled MIRVA Read more…

Join us at Open Belgium 2018 to make Social Innovation happen

The OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation (OPSI) 2018 review of Global innovation in government which has been launched during the World Government Summit in Dubai, identified 3 key trends in public innovation: “Systems approaches & Read more…

Badgecraft presents their latest #OpenBadges projects

Wednesday February 14th, Nerijus Kriauciunas, from Badgecraft,  will present some of the Open Badge projects they’ve been working on lately, in particular: Badge Map, for issuers to visualize learning pathways and skill trees Badge Wallet, a mobile app for earning badges AppRaiser,  a 360° competency assessment and PD program for…

Open Recognition as “transformative social innovation”

“Transformative social innovation is defined as a process of changing social relations, involving challenging, altering or replacing the dominant institutions in a specific context.” This quote comes from TRANSIT (TRANsformative Social Innovation Theory) an ambitious research project that Read more…

Presentation of the Open Recognition Framework

The discussion on the design of the Open Recognition Framework was opened Wednesday January 17 2018, during the ORA biweekly conference call. The notes from the conversation are accessible here and the video and audio recording there.  The objective Read more…

Help Us Explore, Develop and Implement an #OpenRecognition Framework

Wednesday Jan 17: 9 am PT 6pm CET at http://bit.ly/ORA2018-January-17 Serge Ravet will lead a collaborative session to develop ideas for an Open Recognition Framework. Your valuable input will feed into an initial draft document, which will be refined further through open collaboration and application in practice, review and improvements to become…

Publication of an Informal Recognition Framework

“In what follows, the magical or tribal or collectivist society will also be called the closed society, and the society in which individuals are confronted with personal decisions, the open society.” -Karl Poper, The Open Read more…