Milestone 4 RATH

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Design Axes for Themes

Reputation


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  • What do these ideas tend to have in common?

All are ways of managing emotions tied to work efforts.

  • How do these ideas tend to differ?

How and when feedback is delivered is critical to its usefulness. While private emails may help on a given HIT they are not useful to others. Similarly, public bashing on message boards doesn't lead to a quick resolution.

Empathy


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  • What do these ideas tend to have in common?

Each area is looking to find a level of involvement that they are comfortable with and is productive - whether it is personal or anonymous, integrated of segregated.

  • How do these ideas tend to differ?

The closer you are to an anonymous/segregated combination, the less likely you are to have empathy. However, if the other party is known to you and there is integration of the working environment then your empathy will be much higher.

Non-theme with interesting idea


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  • What do these ideas tend to have in common?

In all of theses scenarios, participants are looking for a way to sustain and maintain an organization.

  • How do these ideas tend to differ?

The implications on culture based on these varying approaches are significant. If we look at opposite ends of the spectrum a dictatorship vs. systemic democracy on a micro-levels, the differences are obvious.

List of Ideas and the Theme they belong to

Provide them in whatever format you want - diagrams, sketches, table, or a combination.

Milestone_4_RATH_EMC_Model Introduction of a third party as Empath, Mediator, Communicator.

Milestone_4_RATH_Systemic_Democracy How do we facilitate democracy without bureaucracy?

Milestone 4 RATH Reputation: Public Ratings System Provide public quantitative and qualitative feedback.