Noel Dickover is a co-founder of CrisisCommons, and an independent consultant with over nineteen years professional experience focused on all aspects of human performance technology. His areas of expertise include: social software/Web 2.0 strategy & implementation, online community building, risk management, performance centered learning, needs assessment, usability design, work culture transformation, and group-based facilitation. He has consulted within a number of Federal agencies, including USAID, Health and Human Services, and the Department of Defense. Currently, he is supporting the DoD CIO’s office on social software and emerging technology. He has an MS degree in Cybernetics and General Systems Theory focusing on organizational change and a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology. As a consultant to the Department of Defense, Noel has served as one of the principle authors of DoD’s Web 2.0 policy (Responsible and Effective Use of Internet-based Capabilities), and also has contributed to a number of open government efforts which were recognized in the President’s Open Government: A Progress Report to the American People. Noel is also a Board Member for the Open Forum Foundation, a non-profit devoted to fostering responsive, open government. He has been published on a number of subjects including situational awareness and cultivating net-centric environments.
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