During the Opening Session of IIW on Tuesday November 2nd we asked participants to write down what they thought the values of IIW are. This is the wordle cloud. We will also find other ways to present the values.
Here are some of the sentences that people wrote:
Bring consensus on some uniformity.
Collaborative Thinking on Industry Standards
Integrating technologies with practice and acceptable use.
Working in the wild.
Openness + fusion of ideas across institutions on a hard problem.
Engaging and open to ideas.
Inter industry exchange with peers.
Sharing Diverse Perspectives
Close on decisions faster then e-mail.
See old friends in the ID industry, meet new ones.
Defining a structure so that commercialization can thrive.
Get a glipse of topics that aren’t on the radar yet.
Get a better idea of where identity is going (and not going)
A new business opportunity Seriously the ability to share information with who/what (and ONLY who I want) when I want and transact with them, with trust.
An alternative approach to bringing ID people together to share and explore new ideas.
Making Shit Happen
Connecting smart people who care about identity.
Developing & Increasing Adoption of identity-related standards that make it possible for an end-user to have control of their own information and where its used.
Informed Exchange of Opinions
Getting people out of our commercial centric bubbles to focus on the progression of identity tech.
Bringing together diverse communities
Open collaboration to make the web better
Brainstorming of ideas + concepts
Meeting Industry thought leaders
open discussion about current topics
Support the “Little Guy” (end-user & implementor)
Redefining internet experiences
News about the most recent technologies
Consistency of identity from UX builds widespread trust.
Make identity secure and easy to use
Standards to solve problems not just driving agendas.
Promoting the adoption of identity management standards
To get the common solution for identity sharing and make it into the standards in the industry across many big famous companies.
Do what’s right for our customers
Open for All
Discussion with Expanded Circles