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JULY 3, 2009 [Change] Tradition and renewal in communities
And we live in a tumultuous, changing market, not just because of the underlying practices and technologies, but because we compete head-on (or at least elbow-in-your-ribs) with scores of other resources, new upstarts sprouting every day in blog and forum shape. Third, we have changed the philosophy. The conversations. The pilots.
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MAY 20, 2013 [Change] Tab cleaning and collected links on publishing innovation
And that opens whole immense venues of change. Not a path that can be copied, but a very practical lesson in how to react to clear and present changes in the business. 'Everyone keeps a few tabs open that he (or she) hopes to someday get to and do something about. Or so I delude myself. Here’s a selection. Listen to Julie Crisp.
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APRIL 5, 2013 [Change] Intel, Adobe, and the right amount of paranoia
So keep your options open (and not just on the drawing board) even if they involve distasteful changes. 'I mean “paranoia” as in Grove’s “Only the paranoids survive”, no as another tech company. Just in case you wondered. Something that is bound to happen to everyone and gets very little thought. The reason?
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EME KA EME [Change] On the future of publishing and sundry other thoughts, mostly related
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2012
Llega un punto en la vida de un hombre en el que te encuentras con dos ventanas de Chrome permanentemente abiertas, y literalmente 37 pestañas sólo en la primera de ellas. Aparte de un ejemplo de estabilidad y buen uso de memoria por parte de la aplicación, significa que hay demasiadas cosas pendientes de bloguear. Editorial revolutions. Variegated. MORE >>
EME KA EME [Change] What’s a visionary? Working definition and career roadmap.
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2012
visionary is someone who knows the issue at such a fundamental level that he (or she) can recognize or come up with a new way forward that makes so much damned sense that he can change
the flow of things: thought, markets, politics. In other words, meaningless. Visionary was Jobs, OK. So what else can you say to define one, in a working way? MORE >>
EME KA EME [Change] Motorola + Google = iPhone envy?
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2011
It smells of an attempt to change
the rules of the smartphone game, where Google was giving Android away as a means of fostering (favourable) competition, toward a first-person approach where licensees are tolerated but not expected to lead the fight. No, this operation smells like a different animal. It got savaged. MORE >>
EME KA EME [Change] (2004 post) Friendship versus objectivity in KM
| SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 2010
And how to keep in mind that the best system is not the present one but that which gives the best results for our ultimate aims: we need to be open to change
. That was the title. The subtitle was “The challenge of sustainable socialisation. The result is that you’re punished with yet another reprint. The case for friendship. MORE >>
EME KA EME [Change] “Inside Apple” vs the “Valve Handbook for new Employees”: two types of emergent vision
| FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2012
This kind of advantage seldom lasts (usually either through imitation or because of market changes
that render it less effective) but on occasion they are dyed in the wool, and survive long enough to be relevant. There are companies that seem to stand out by design: they do things differently, and achieve more than the competition. MORE >>
- [Change] Webcast goodness (III): IdeaStorm, MyStarbucksIdea, and crowdsourcing in practice EME KA EME | SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 2009
- [Change] Jive SBS 3.0: “marketplace” is the new “community” EME KA EME | SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2009
- [Change] Resources, tools, and a consulting offering at last EME KA EME | THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2009
- [Change] Links from all over the place (II) EME KA EME | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2008
- [Change] Emergent leadership: routes to formal authority EME KA EME | THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 2009
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