I have to admit, looking at beautifully crafted social media frameworks makes me feel positively giddy. So imagine my delight when I saw all of the social media framework goodness on Ross Dawson’s Twitter page: @rossdawson. So, for other geeks who get the same cheap thrills as I do, I’ve combined the frameworks created by Ross Dawson and Advanced Human Technologies and Future Exploration Network into one single collection. Some of the frameworks are from a couple of years ago, but they’re still so relevant that I thought I would include them. Don’t be shy… enjoy!!!
September 21, 2009
This provides guidance and a frame on how organizations can approach engaging with social media. The left side of the framework outlines the three steps in the process of ENGAGEMENT while the right side shows the three steps in STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT.
May 17, 2009
The Influence Landscape framework is launched in a Beta version that will be refined and developed over time, as influence is now one of [Ross Dawson’s] major research and content directions.
December 18, 2008
The 2009 trend map moves on from the subway map theme of the last years to show the multi-tentacled hydra that is the year ahead.
July 6, 2008
GENESIS OF THE FRAMEWORK
The core ideas in this framework look at how people would consume media in the future – where they would be, how they would interface with media, and what they would consume. In essence, creating a person-centered view of how we engage with media. Thus the working title of the framework began as ‘Future of Media Participation’, looking not just at our media consumption, but also how we contribute. When the framework was finished it was clear the central aspect was the media lifecycle. As such the diagram has been renamed, however it stems from looking at how and where we consume and participate in media.
January 21, 2008
While the 2007 map was based on the London tube map, the 2008 map is derived from Shanghai’s underground routes. Limited to just five lines, the map uncovers key trends across Society, Politics, Demographics, Economy, and Technology.
May 30, 2007
The intention of the Web 2.0 Framework is to provide a clear, concise view of the nature of Web 2.0, particularly for senior executives or other non-technical people who are trying to grasp the scope of Web 2.0, and the implications and opportunities for their organizations.
December 18, 2006
A map of major trends for 2007 and beyond, across ten segments, as well as the key intersections between the trends: society & culture, government & politics, work & business, media & communications, science & technology, food & drink, medicine & well-being, financial services, retail & leisure, and transport & automotive.