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- Anything that tears at the moral fabric of our nation will in fact weaken us, not strengthen us
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- Tech Literacy: It’s more than just “teach kids to code”
- Is social enterprise a palliative?
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- Will the Labour new economy be people-centred?
- In Memoriam: Chuck Mullenweg
- Innovation Expert Series: Shiftgig
- Do you want what wants?
- I know there’s no such thing as a status quo
- Will you still accept me, love me and find me desirable if you know me?
- Like Rachel many women need to start by…
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We saw this ten years ago with social media – people were bypassing corporate communications, marketing, and customer care to obtain information from each other. http://www.web-strategist.com/blog/2014/10/06/what-it-means-to-business-when-the-crowd-becomes-a-company-2/ I don’t think people were actually bypassing corporate communications — they were simply corporate communications of a different kind. Most so-called social media websites are nothing other than corporate […] Continue reading
Kirsten Osolind offers a great metaphor for how poor implementation and/or sloppy execution leads to failure in companies. A car is a very complex system, a collection of technologies that are supposed to perform in concert as an transportation application. However, if some parts of this system are not performing adequately, then the entire system […] Continue reading
I enjoyed a recent article by Francisco Dao: Factions: I’ve seen factions develop in groups as few as four people, but typically I’d guess factions become a genuine problem somewhere around 30. Think about trying to get a classroom full of people all on the same page. If you’ve been part of the very early […] Continue reading