Very successful Hold-Up about Passwords at SenseCamp Berlin

The first SenseCamp for the VSA turned out to be very successful and also great fun! MakeSense Berlin invited into the Social Impact Enterprise Lab last Saturday (9/2/13) and almost 200 SenseMakers came. There was an amazing atmosphere in which creativity, social ideas and motivation was sprouting out of everyone to form a lively, sizzling and sense making community of change.

The VSA had the privilege to give a hold-up, moderated by Ismail Chaib, in which 12 SenseMakers brainstormed around a tricky problem awarenet users have. The challenge was: How do you make first time Web 2.0 users remember their password, handle it on their own and not share it with anyone else?

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More than 100 post-its were filled and placed on the table before 3 more concrete ideas were selected and elaborated by 3 different groups. They came up with fantastic ideas, of which one or a combination of all will definitely be implemented into awarenet. I will go into detail in one of the following blogs.

Just this for now: What I have learned is that the main key to success is to make use of emotions. 🙂 Thank you very, very much, SenseMakers for your involvement, passion and applied knowledge! Hope to see you soon again and give the favour back!

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