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jaap linssen

Prediction 2013: Social Business Tech will stop blaming culture for failure | Product Four - 9 views

  • Shifting from enabling “Social” to enabling “Complexity”
  • We don’t even know how many balls are in the air or why and which could possibly be relevant to the other. Are we better at that now that we’re networked? Sure, but not better enough.
  • Situational awareness – at an individual, team and organizational level.
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  • Given how important engagement is we are very clumsy with how we understand and handle it, and most efforts are superficial to the point of patronizing.
  • Not contentment, not leaderboards, but something closer to percentage of time spent thinking about work substance, and percentage of capabilities applied.
  • how much of the right stuff is getting to the right place in the right context and the right time? Can we depend on it and when? Can we juice the system?
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Vahid Masrour

Building a Collaborative Culture | Enterprise 2.0 Blogs - 4 views

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Wildcat2030 wildcat

Hub / Hub Culture News / News / Thoughts on the Emerging Collaboration Economy - 2 views

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    "Hub Culture founder Stan Stalnaker shares his thoughts in a Q&A with Rachel Botsman on sharing, the power of the commons, and peer-to-peer transaction. Rachel Botsman is co-authoring a book with Roo Rogers entitled What's Mine is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption (being published by Harper Collins in 2010). The book is about how people are collaborating together through organized sharing, bartering, trading, renting, swapping and collectives to get the same pleasures of ownership with reduced personal cost and burden -- and lower environmental impact. RB: We look at how look how social networks and web technologies are giving new relevance to pre-industrial behaviors such as bartering, swapping, trading, social lending etc. that require marketplace structures. Essentially how we are going back to 'human to human transactions' between producer and consumer, seller and buyer, borrower and lender, neighbor to neighbor etc. What are your thoughts on this? What are your favorite examples of this in action? SS: We see the world evolving into a complete peer-to-peer system, beyond just communications but in finance and eventually energy as well. This means that the ability for individuals to transact with each other, at the mass-micro level, will transform how we value our sense of worth and of selves. The explosion in virtual and digital communities is driving this, and layered over existing 'real-world' relationships, creates a transactional fabric that will soon dominate the economic system. In the end, I think we will see an emergence of an economic relationship and fascination with networked efficiency that comes to dominate our worldview. This fits well with the sustainability model we need to develop to dovetail resource availability with demand; and not a moment too soon."
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Spiral Funk

What are we going to say about "Cult of the Amateur"?. Many-to-Many: - 0 views

  • Keen’s sub-title, “How today’s internet is destroying our culture”, has more than a grain of truth to it, and the only thing those of us who care about the network could do wrong would be to dismiss Keen out of hand.
  • Scoble scoffed at the idea that there is a war on copyright, but there is a war on copyright, at least as it is currently practiced
  • internet is not an improvement to modern society; it is a challenge to it.
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  • The old model of defining a journalist by tying their professional identity to employment by people who own a media outlet is broken
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Spiral Funk

Many-to-Many: - 0 views

  • Keen’s sub-title, “How today’s internet is destroying our culture”, has more than a grain of truth to it, and the only thing those of us who care about the network could do wrong would be to dismiss Keen out of hand.
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