- Juan Jimenez
- Guadalajara, Jalisco
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Do you know any online collaboration best practices?
Following Joe Delsen's lead and inspired by the TED talks, conversations and community we set out to create a collaboration which aims to help join passionate and conscious people with causes of global impact, such as: peace, hunger, poverty, climate crisis, education systems evolution, etc...
The idea is to help the world becoming a better place and faster. There are plenty of causes that have very unique takes on current global concerns and way too much people that wants to do something about it, we believe that a great way to contribute is by helping them get to the cause that better suits them.
One of the ideas is creating a database of current causes, creating a 'quick' profiling test/quiz that allow us to direct people more effectively to say 3-5 causes that they can choose from. This would mean long term relationship between the person and the cause that they choose.
One of the challenges we are facing today is that we've never done this before. This is why we are asking the TED community for help. Any best practices, tools, resources, tips, ideas, etc... that you feel or know can help us in this endeavor are welcome.
Right now we are using TED conversations, email, google calendar, google docs, shared mind maps (mind42) and skype as tools and resources for this project.
Thanks in advance for your time and participation!