In this week’s episode, I am chatting with Adam Hyde the Founder of the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation – COKO.
Over the past 15 years Adam has been on a mission to transform publishing and knowledge production through innovation in workflows, development of technology, and facilitation. He has designed facilitation methodologies such as Workflow Sprints, The Cabbage Tree Method and Book Sprints and led the development of open source software for publishing such as PubSweet, Editoria, Kotahi, PagedJS, Wax, BookType and many more.
Adam is a Shuttleworth Fellow and has helped many organisations and companies transform the way they produce and publish knowledge. These include Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Caltech, the Novel Coronavirus Research Compendium, Cisco, World Bank, eLife, ArXiv, Hindawi, Californian Digital Library, the United Nations Development Project and many others.