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Strategies for Strength

Presentation for Kenosha Creative Summit on two strength-building strategies for the region's creative economy: the collaborative space and the unconference.
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James Carlson

on 20 September 2013

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Transcript of Strategies for Strength

Emergentcy Schools
Vision
Creative
Industrious
Expressive
Healthy
Connected
Growing
Learning

You,
Family,
City

unconference
meetup
celebration
actathon
class
What are these places like?
provide connective and organizational support to open communities in shared physical spaces who use innovative methods and technology in hands-on education.
How does talent grow there?
MISSION:
Strategies for Strength
Community Development
Legal, Tax, Compliance
Fundraising & Development
Technology
Leadership Development
Advocacy
donated hosting
Make a Space Kit
Mentoring and Peer Support
What to think about
At every step
So nothing is overlooked!
Communications
Conflict resolution
classifications
certification
insurance
zoning and land use
political allies
Succession
access control
member tracking
MISSION:
To form value-creating communities and spaces that transform public education and public learning by linking communities, economies, and talent.
To create, replicate, and support patterns that engage people in the creation of communities of practice that emerge from a shared passion for learning.
MISSION:
1319 N MLK Drive
2002
2007
Started May 2002

Concept: Health club
for the brain

Take the regular concept of a
health club
, with a
facility,

memberships,

equipment,

coaches,
and
community
and change the equipment and coaches to support brain health by offering members the opportunity to work on their
ideas
and
inspirations
instead of their muscles.
Goal: 16 meetups per month
20-60 person attendance
2010
706 S 5th St
The flood
flood sale
A space is doing something interesting.

Could we replicate it?
Could we share it?
What would the sharing look like?
Create
innovation communities

3
dimensions
Plan the agenda
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
10a-11a
11a-12p
12p: Lunch
1p-2p
2p-3p
Introductions
First name
Last name
Agency
Key challenge
+ Key opportunity
--------------------------
5 words = fast
collection of skills, talents, and opportunities
Roundtable
Session
Discussion
Presentation
Breakout to sessions
The law of two feet
Share learnings
Newly developed actions, ideas, and plans are captured
Monthly call
Online community
Face to face
Results are fed back into the online community for sustaining conversation and accountability
Highlight best examples from
online community
Building the solutions
Hack-a-thon
24-hour contests that engage diverse communities to create real solutions
Continuous ideation,
continuous action.
un-conference
Asynchronous interaction
ideas, stories
Diverse contributors
Culture change
Cost
Revenue
10% of sponsored program donations
Program income
Grants and donations
Bucketworks incomes
Group and community dynamics
A common
goal, vision, or
experience
A repeating shared experience
where all members are present
Meeting
Celebration
Social
Making
Formal
Consistent
Transparent
Removal
On-boarding
Welcoming
Training
Removing
Departing
Forgiving
Identify
Invite
Include
Dissent
Diverse
Discuss
Act
Full Membership
Joining
Process
Every step in the training process should be visible to all the existing members. The new member should know before starting the process what it entails, and what they must do to be a full member.
Members leave groups voluntarily, and are also asked to leave groups. Groups need a process for both kinds of transition, a process that preserves what the member created while being in the group.
Healthy groups have a set of norms for behavior and membership which are transparent and visible to all members equally, at all times.
Repeating means it happens on a schedule which all group members know more than once.
Making is the 'co-working' experience--members of the group share productive time, energy, and outcomes towards their goal.
Groups share social experiences where activities are unstructured, so members can know each other beyond their roles in the group.
Groups regularly recognize the contributions of their members and the achievements of the group as a whole.
Groups have formal and structured discussions about their norms, goals, and plans to create overall consensus and visibility.
Words here too
Otherwise known as FUN
People
Task
Orientation
)))
)))
listening
speaking
prefer to interact with others
prefer to interact with goals
Took turns
Time management
Agenda
1340 N 6th St
2nd fl
Room specifications
Photos
The Gallery is exactly what sounds like. It's a large space (1365 sq feet) with plenty of walls for art exhibits, (usually held by Artworks) but it's the perfect size for a meetup, luncheon, seminar, audition or rehearsal space. The Gallery is frequently used for auditions and rehearsals by the various theatre groups that call Bucketworks home. It is equipped with tables, a projector, and plenty of chairs.
Here You Can:
Room specifications
Photos
The Meetup space is the premier home of Milwaukee's Meetups! You can reserve a night of the month for your own meetup or attend one of the many frequent meetups that occur every single week. The Meetup space is also home to the Brew City Church, which holds a service right in Bucketworks every Sunday morning at 10am. The meetup can easily seat 75 and has projector capabilities.
Here You Can:
Room specifications
Photos
The Commons is the entrance area to Bucketworks. It is a huge room with plenty of space for your meetup, presentation, or social gathering.
The Commons contains the Front Office, the Ready Room, The Safe, the Closet and entrances to the Meetup Space, Workshop, Restrooms and Coat Room.
It features:
A screen for projecting
tables and chairs
Here You Can:
Room specifications
Photos
The Workshop is a fully functional craft room with plenty of tools, art supplies, and space to express whatever's on your mind.
Here You Can:
Room specifications
Photos
The Bucketworks Garage is HUGE. It's a private, safe, and well lit, parking area with a Garage door and locks. We can easily fit 20 cars, and you can reserve a spot of your own for only $75/month.
Here You Can:
Room specifications
Photos
The Co-Working Loft is a large area that houses a number of small workspaces and two small conference rooms for privacy, The Co-Working Loft attaches to the Co-Working Space, The Boardroom, and the Shed.
Here You Can:
Room specifications
Photos
Bucketworks' Kitchen is a large dining area with a microwave, coffee, fridge, and all sorts of utensils. It's frequently used as a cafeteria for our various events and has plenty of room to prepare a meal for dozens of people.
Here You Can:
Room specifications
Photos
The Co-Working space is the primary place for independant renters. It's a great open space to get focused and get a few hours of work done in a social environment. You can rent a desk by the month or just use a hot desk for a smaller fee.
The Co Working Space contains the offices of many different organizations including Beepods, the Great Lakes Constructivist Consortium and more along with the Fishbowl.
Here You Can:
Room specifications
Photos
The Board Room is Bucketworks' largest conference room. With a giant screen, projector, and a large table with seating for 25 or more, the Board Room is ideal for any large meeting or assembly.
Here You Can:
Room specifications
Photos
The Deck is Bucketworks' open air lounge/dining area. Located outside of the the kitchen, the deck is a great place to have a chat, eat some lunch, or just get some fresh air. Beepods is currently building an outdoor beehive for education purposes.
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Room specifications
Photos
The Wiki Workshop is the largest space in Bucketworks and accordingly is mostly used as a creative workspace. It has plenty of room to build or fabricate whatever you're dreaming. The Wiki Workshop currently houses beepods.com, Angry Young Men Puppet Theatre and the Illuminati, but there's plenty of room for you and your organization.
Here You Can:
Room specifications
Photos
The Shed is a small private conference room on Bucketworks' second floor. It has webcam and conference capabilities and is a great match for any small meeting, teleconference or work session.
Here You Can:
Room specifications
Photos
The Fishbowl is a small glass conference room on Bucketworks' second floor. Located in the middle of the Co-Working Space, The Fishbowl has webcam and conference capabilities and comfortable seating for 7. It is a great match for any small meeting, teleconference or work session.
Here You Can:
23.09W X 60.48L - 1396 sq ft
48.81W X 61.56L - 3004 sq feet
47.9W X 137.02L - 3004 sq ft
22.08W X 61.8L - 1365 sq ft
26.5W X 20.37W - 539.8 sq ft
1819 sq feet
21.87W X 62.02 L - 1356 sq feet
24W X 36L - 864 sq feet
12.07W X 13.36L - 158.1 sq feet
29.89W X 27.15L 161.3 sq feet
15.8W X 11.19L - 176.8 sq feet
47.99W X 68.56L - 3290 sq feet
20 amps
Box 2
Fuse 10
1st fl
Gallery

Theatre

Cafe

Workshop

Meeting

Co-working
US Hackerspaces
source: hackerspaces.org
source: http://freaklabs.org/index.php/Blog/Misc/Hackerspaces-and-Technology.html
Hackerspace Growth
Space
Spaces in Cities, Towns, Villages
across the world
US: 18
EU: 1?
ME: 3?
Power tools. Childcare.
Insurance. WTF.
Project Management
Founders Coaching
Facilitate your community.
Your city grows your space.
SpaceKit Pro
TechMilwaukee
Past sponsors
BarCamp
WordCamp
Meetups
HTML5
PHPUG
DC414
WP
RUBYMKE
WEB414
Unconferences
?
WordCamp
BarCamp
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
Plan the agenda
10a
11a
12p
1p
2p
3p
4p
Introductions
Roundtable
Session
Discussion
Presentation
Breakout to sessions
The law of
Share learnings
build community,
share learning, define problems, identify solutions
two feet
Newly developed actions, ideas, and plans are captured
cloud share
First name
Last name
Agency
Key challenge
+ Key opportunity
--------------------------
5 words = fast
collection of skills, talents, and opportunities
cloud share
Examples
Principles
1 Free admission
2 Open agenda
3 Creative commons
4 Sponsors pay costs
OPENLY
Budget and Planning Kit
Sponsors Spreadsheet
Sponsor letter
Typical sponsor gives $250
put their logo on your website
entrepreneurial-(economically healthy)
Connecting Communities
Education
Small Business
Science
Social Issues
Family
Large Companies
The Arts
The Artists
Technology
Environment
Youth
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