At #TLG19 in Reno this year, Alliance for Innovation with us (The Atlas!) to help facilitate next steps from its conference. Why shouldn’t learning and sharing happen after the conference, all year long, online? To kick things off, we’ll be sharing notes and next steps from Alliance for Innovation’s unConference sessions in a series of articles, keep the conversation going.
Topics that will be covered:
All Alliance for Innovation members that have Atlas accounts can log in to react, comment & ask follow-up questions based on what was discussed during the unConference sessions in their feeds. Just because you couldn’t participate in person at #TLG19 doesn’t mean you can’t participate now!
There wasn’t enough time to discuss every topic suggested as unConference sessions. Some topics folks indicated interest in discussing but were not discussed during a dedicated session include:
This is part of the beauty of Alliance for Innovation + The Atlas combining forces. There may not have been time to discuss every possible topic during #TLG19, but cities can continue (and start!) conversations online, on The Atlas. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be rolling out the ability for city staff to post questions to other city staff on The Atlas. This is a perfect opportunity to have the conversations that you wish you’d had time to have at #TLG19. Stay tuned!
Finally, one important way you can keep the learning & sharing that happened at #TLG19 going all year long is to share your city’s success stories on The Atlas. If you presented at #TLG19, you should add your presentation as a case study to The Atlas (checkout the city case study database here). The Atlas Team will help…if you presented at #TLG19 you can expect someone from The Atlas to reach out soon via email.
It only takes ~15 minutes to add a case study, and it will enable thousands of local government staff to learn about your city success story all year long. It’s great visibility for your city or organization! Join here if you haven’t already & click the big green ADD PROJECT button that appears on your top navigation bar.