Back in May, I discovered and feel in love with the phrase "Working Wikily" was coined by Lucy Bernholz. I don't know how many phrases she's originated in the nonprofit, social media, and philanthropy - but this one is a gem. It was also the title of a report "Working Wikily: How Networks Are Changing Social Change" a paper Gabriel Kasper and Diana Scearce of the Monitor Institute. The paper provides concepts and specific examples. It is heavily influenced by the writings of Clay Shirky (Here Comes Everybody)
I loved the phrase and concept so much I that I used for a series of reflections and learning related to the NTEN WeAreMedia project.
Lots of great stuff to dig into here. Take for example, "Does Your Network Look Like This? Then You Need To Do Some Network Weaving."