During his experiences in the sharing economy shareNL co-founder Pieter van de Glind stumbled upon great differences between the researchers and the non-researchers field. With the shareNL workshop 'After the Gold Rush' Pieter invited both parties to define their gold, start digging for those nuggets and finally craft new gold jewelery together. And here's what happened...
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During our round table session at OushareFest 2016 we talked to a bunch of enthousiastic people. shareNL co-founder Harmen van Sprang is happy to share his thoughts on this exclusive meeting.
'After the Gold Rush' was the topic of this year's OuiShare Fest. So ShareNL asked all participants of the festival to dig for gold one last time, to find collaborative economy gold nuggets and to create the jewels of the future. In an inspiring and insightful workshop session we invited researchers and practitioners of the collaborative economy to enter the conversation and bridge the gap between theory and practice. While the former is usually fast paced, always on the look-out for what’s new, the latter try to truly understand what is happening. And both can learn from the other. In this blog you can find insights from our OSF workshop on connecting the two.
Events about the blockchain enjoyed a lot of popularity during OSF 2016. In her blog, Paula invites you to learn how blockchain technology can help to build trust and reputation for the collaborative economy, a feature that will become increasingly important as more and more people decide to collaborate.
During our Ouishare Fest 2016 workshop “Designing a Sharing City”, we played the Sharing City Game: combining grass roots and grass tops level experience from both Shareable and shareNL. Instead of giving a talk about how we co-designed Amsterdam Sharing City – which is a very interesting topic as well (read further) -, we decided to have people experience themselves what it means to take part in the design of a Sharing City. And no better way, than to invite them to play!