We are nearly at the end of the year, so time for some reflection on the past 12 months.
Just briefly, a few highlights from my year:
- I started 2009 working on a government project and also ended the year on another government project, both addressing related topics I’m very passionate about – collaboration and Government 2.0.
- I joined Headshift in March – I’ve been busy working on a range of consulting projects and have been involved with developing sites using social platforms like WordPress, Elgg and Confluence.
- With some help, I unorganised a screening of the Us Now documentary in Sydney… it also turned out to be a fantastic opportunity to meet some great Twitter peeps in real life too!
- I attended BarCamp Canberra, presented at 4 Public Spheres and ran a conversation cafe at the NSW KM Forum – all setting the scene for lots of activity around Government 2.0 here in Australia during the last 6 months.
- I also helped to launch an industry cluster, for the IT community in the Illawarra region of Australia (where I live).
- We finally organised an Enterprise 2.0 meetup in Sydney – hopefully this will grow in 2010.
- The state of intranets and intranet management (a bit of a bug bear topic for me).
- Dealing with ‘social’ in Enterprise 2.0.
- Talking about not-SharePoint. And probably SharePoint too. 😉
- What is Government 2.0 and getting beyond this idea of ‘fixing’ the public service (e.g. Social Innovation Camp).
- Digital inclusion and exclusion.
- Dachis Group/Headshift’s Social Business Design approach.
- MIKE 2.0 – something I haven’t written about at all, but its very much still on my radar.
- Knowledge management – remember that?