CityCamp Colorado Ignite 2011

This year we had 8 speakers who covered a wide breadth of topics, and it was a great way to kick off CityCamp Colorado 2011. Thanks to all who participated. You can download the presentations and watch the videos below.

The Myth and Reality of Innovation – Brian Gryth

Title: Founder and Vice-President, OpenColorado
Twitter: @briangryth
Title: The Myth and Reality of Innovation
Description: How generate ideas and create an innovation organization


What would happen if… – Karen Suhaka

Title: Founder and President, LegiNation
Twitter: @smoodle and @billtrack50
Title:What would happen if
Description: A discussion about a new platform for political speech, among other things.


State of Colorado, Data Sharing – Case Studies – Barrett Blank

Title: Principle, BeInventive
Title: State of Colorado, Data Sharing – Case Studies
Description: High level review of successful data sharing projects in the State of Colorado projects


Connecting Citizens and Policy – Scott Primeau

Title: Founder and Director, OpenColorado
Twitter: @scottprimeau
Title: Connecting Citizens and Policy
Description: The benefits of collaborating with citizens to make policies and how to do it.


Beyond Technology: Strategies to effectively engage citizens online – Chris Haller

Title: Founder and CEO, Urban Interactive Studio
Twitter: @challer and @EngagingCities
title: Beyond Technology: Strategies to effectively engage citizens online
description: This session will highlight key elements of effective process design to make your online civic engagement efforts a success.


Connecting the government with the governed, and the governed with each other – Jeff Mooney

Title: Partnership Development Director, SeeClickFix
Twitter: @jeffmooney and @seeclickfix
Title: Connecting the government with the governed, and the governed with each other
Description: An overview of SeeClickFix citizen and government engagement channels


Collaboration – One Piece of the Puzzle – Tammi Dorsey

Title: Manger, IT Business Services, City of Lakewood
TITLE: Collaboration – One Piece of the Puzzle
DESCR: Delivering higher levels of service while budgets are shrinking demands more collaboration within and between organizations.


Attitude…is a choice – Andy Atencio

Title: Chief Technology Officer, City of Greenwood Village
Twitter: @aatencio
Title:Attitude . . . is a choice.
Description: Exploring how attitude is a choice and how leaders need to choose to have a good attitude.

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November 4th, 2011 | | Blog |  1 Comment
  • JimLindauer

    City and County of Denver is finishing up Developer Day today (Friday December 9, 2011) and we would like to share our experiences with opencolorado.  We would like to have an happy hour after work sometime in the next two weeks?  Which day looks good Tuesday Dec 13, Wednesday Dec 14, Thursday Dec 15, Tuesday Dec 20 or Wednesday Dec 21?   We could meet at Yardhouse downtown

    Happy Holidays,

    Jim