Repurposing the internet to power transformative conversations, inspire personal understanding and engage communities
Doing something is easy, making the right choice is critical. How can we minimize risk?
What do people really think, and what is influencing their opinions?
How do we include the input of all stakeholders to ensure an optimal outcome?
Is there a way to move past sound bites to a deeper exploration of complex issues?
Real World Conversations
Mediem creates a unique participation experience that interconnects people, viewpoints, dialogues and resources, providing the ability to move beyond limited ‘back and forth’ to a deeper exploration of complex topics.
Opinion data gathering, interactive conversation tools, sophisticated search and other options provide powerful ways for enhancing existing engagement methodologies or creating new models for participatory conversations and community involvement.
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Our software helps empower organizational leaders, public officials, educators and other constituency managers to engage community members and achieve meaningful results through stakeholder conversations and information gathering.
The emphasis on in-depth one-to-one or small-group dialogues is ideal for use in online processes that seek the input and resources of all participants and reflect them back to the larger community.
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New Facts August 10, 2010
Joe Keohane writes in the Boston Globe about “How Facts Backfire”, looking at a fascinating study that sheds light on how we learn and absorb new information. Or not…
Bridging Babel July 20, 2010
The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs at Georgetown University recently published a report on social media and interfaith dialogue. Idealogue, Inc. participated in the study.
Conversations that matter…make us feel better?
May 4, 2010
In the post “Talk Deeply, Be Happy?” in The New York Times “Well” blog (3/17/10), Roni Caryn Rabin reports on a study of college students suggesting that people who have deeper conversations more often are happier than those who do not.
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