Monthly Archives: April 2013

Cyberspace now has a King & Queen

It is official. Google has shown our new King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Europe, as monarchs of Google, which de-facto is reigning Cyberspace. Yes he is often on-line with his iPad, so he is one of us, … Continue reading

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The Cynefin Framework and emotional intelligence

Originally posted on Knowledge Team:
See on Scoop.it – Bounded Rationality and BeyondIl Quadro Cynefin e intelligenza emotiva Frequentando un seminario molto stimolante con Robert Dilts su «Leadership in tempi di incertezza» a Bruxelles questo fine settimana, alcune analogie sono emersevcon il…

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P2P Connectivism

Yesterday the book of Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen was delivered to our door. ” The New Digital Age – Reshaping the Future of People, Nations and Business ” . I must admit it is great, since it for the … Continue reading

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Flat is the new up: Why are companies using organizational structures that are thousands of years old?

Originally posted on Gigaom:
While most of us focus our attention on the technology and product innovation coming out of Silicon Valley, one of the most significant innovations of our time will come not from digital technology, but from the…

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The Non-Violent Lithuanian Rebellion in 1991

The Baltic countries Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania became independent from the USSR by way of a very brave uprising of their populations. These uprisings inside the USSR played a big role in the eventual falling apart of the former Soviet … Continue reading

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Dilbert’s “Salary Theorem”

Hat tip to Arjen Lentz ( see: upstarta.com.au ) for digging up this gem: ========================================= Dilbert‘s “Salary Theorem” states: “Scientists and Engineers can never earn as much as administrators and sales people.” This theorem can now be proved mathematically: Given: Power = Work … Continue reading

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Unpleasant Effects of Internet

It happened right in front of all our noses, but despite many warnings from geeks like me, most business types and politicians are surprised by the “suddenly perceived” structural changes Internet applications and services bring about. Internet makes organizations transparant … Continue reading

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