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James Gardner: The point, of course, is that if the central thinking is that communications are about crowd control, then organisations are really forcing the many-to-many communication outside their organisation. Although I don’t think we are about crowd control at the … Continue reading
I had a good time up in Scotland last week, and enjoyed putting together and delivering my talk at the Learning Pool event we ran – which saw a great turnout. My discussion focused on the use of technology in … Continue reading
This is a great video from John Seely Brown, who is a really interesting guy. His website blurb states that I’m a visiting scholar at USC and the independent co-chairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge. In a previous life, … Continue reading
Nicely put by Gerry McGovern: Over the years I have been struck by how awfully designed internal systems are. Most internal tools I come across are more like instruments of torture than the drivers of efficiency they are supposed to … Continue reading
Excellent stuff from Andrew McAfee: I think serendipity is part of what underlies Metcalfe’s Law and a big part of the explanation for Eric Raymond’s insight that ‘given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow.’ Knowledge workers and their organizations should be doing … Continue reading