Missing the Power of a Point

21st Century Organization

It is ironic that a network visual "portraying the complexity of American military strategy" in Afghanistan, appearing on the front page of the NY Times on-line today is used to bemoan the use of PowerPoint.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Both these new systemswere unstable and often led to continuous wars and revolutions, butthese usually produced nothing more than changes in the people in power-- the contested anarchic or monarchic/oligarchic system remained.Countries like Afghanistan continue to waver between anarchy(decision-making by local warlords) and war. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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Collaboration - Mapping the value of employee collaboration - Organization - Strategic Organization - The McKinsey Quarterly

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Linear, process-based tools such as activity-based costing, business process reengineering, and total quality management have long been effective at measuring and improving the efficiency of people and organizations in accomplishing individual tasks. The McKinsey Quarterly Home McKinsey & Company McKinsey Global Institute china.mckinseyquarterly.com Help [+] Log In Register close Register Member Center The McKinsey Quarterly is the business journal of McKinsey & Company.

Consensus Decision-Making: A Critical Capacity for the 21st Century

How to Save the World

Countries like Afghanistan continue to waver between anarchy (decision-making by local warlords) and war. It is an emergent process, enabling discovery of a shared direction: Many processes we use in everyday life are linear, with a predetermined direction and expected result. BLOG Consensus Decision-Making: A Critical Capacity for the 21st Century. consensus flowchart by tree bressen. I n our modern society, there are five distinct ways that decisions get made.

An Idea Worth Spreading: The Future is Networks « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Network

OK, we went from telegraph to radio to phone to TV to cell phone to computer to smartphone within about a hundred years, but that feels like it happened at a pretty natural pace, because we’ve lived in it as it happened, and we experience time on a linear scale. emergent by design Home who’s the architect?

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