The online encyclopedia Wikipedia and the social browser Firefox are more than just powerful Web properties.  Both are dynamic knowledge-based resources created by global collaborative communities in which all contributors are involved on a voluntary basis. This session will challenge participants to think differently about how communities can drive innovation, and devise new strategies for organizing association stakeholders for value creation.


Seminar Information
Date Presented:
October 02, 2009 2:00 PM Eastern
1 hour, 30 minutes
Registration Fee:
Building Collaborative Communities: What Associations Can Learn from Wikipedia and Firefox
Speaker Information
Jeff De Cagna   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Certified Association Executive
Credit: 1.50
CAE Credit: In-person or live webcast participation earns CAE credit on an hour-for-hour basis, up to a maximum of 6 CAE credit hours. (Note: participation should be rounded to the nearest full hour. Half hour increments are rounded down.) Download, CD, and DVD purchases are not eligible for CAE credits.
PKC Price:$149.00
CD-ROM (Win)
PKC Price:$149.00