Where am I now?

Chris Corrigan

I was walking out of The Forks in Winnipeg where I had just eaten a pickerel (that I learned was from Kazakhstan…W.T.F!) The Kellogg gathering was a lovely experience, and I was especially tickled by how we dissolved the traditional conference model. Day three, a day that we deliberately left free for an emergent design, featured us getting rid of the chairs. I was talking to my daughter tonight on the phone.

Competitive advantage from better interactions

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

These "tacit" activities—involving the exchange of information, the making of judgments, and a need to draw on multifaceted forms of knowledge in exchanges with coworkers, customers, and suppliers—are increasingly a part of the standard model for companies in the developed world. But building these advantages wont be easy: companies must alter the way they craft strategies, design organizations, manage talent, and leverage technology.