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Please describe your experience with the Rotisserie during this BOLD series. How did your rotisserie discussions differ from other online discussions you've had? Were your posts and the posts of others substantively different that they would have been using other discussion tools? Did you participate more or less in the discussions due to the nature of the Rotisserie discussions? Did you take more or less time writing your answers than you would have on a typical discussion board?
I like the concept, but it assumes you'll 'want' to respond to what you are being requested to respond to.
I think a simple what you like and don't like survey upfront BEFORE the start of the rotisserie would help the 'system' understand who should get what types of questions and so forth.
So, rather than helping me respond like I wanted to it made me feel like I was waisting my time responding to others that I didn't wish to, thus taking away from finding those that I would have engaged further with.
Being part of this community, i think the participants should respond to what is requested by the project leader. The system clearly identifies the procedures for active involvement and the assesments that come along. I believe the requests were designed to enable participants to add value with new ideas to the projects development, however limited to participant's active and productive involvement.
There are areas that may be improved on the backend of the projects as matchmaking the participants for further engagement is one example. Second, the ideas that are shared in trust should be evaluated, considered for development given the timelines for implementation. I believe the system works in accordance with other development platforms where i had the chance to identify common concentrations. Also, competitive structure among participants may foster innovation and new ideas,thus,this requires an award system.
One participant may find other participants looking at the user profiles however, biographies should be enriched with CV's.
Participant Relationship Management
Product Development Teams
New Business Development Teams
References Development Teams
ScoreCards for Participants
Affiliation Development Teams
Expertise Development Teams
Technical Support Teams
Legal Support Teams
IPR Support Teams
Venture Capital Teams
may be segmented and recommended for further involvement.