Monthly Archives: October 2010

Inspiration Fluency and Motivation In the Digital Age

In the previous three blog posts, we explained the three tactical digital fluencies, which include information (the ability to gather and use information), interaction (the ability to choose and be confident in one’s identity and in how to operate in … Continue reading

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Perfectionism and Innovation Fluency

There has been a lot of talk over the past decade about the importance of Innovation as the speed of business increases, and the difficulty of creating an innovative organization. As a result of our research, we have found it … Continue reading

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Community, Identity and Interaction Fluency

In the previous post in this series, we talked about the importance of information fluency, which is the ability for a person to gather information, judge its credibility, use and then use and/or share it with other people. This leads … Continue reading

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The Performance Perspective on Social Media Adoption

When we consider the adoption of new media an often-overlooked factors  is the psychological affect that the use of a  medium or method of use has on the comfort level of the user.  I was reminded of this again recently … Continue reading

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Information Fluency vs. The HPOA Hoax

A key fluency for any person or organization is what we call Information Fluency. For our framework we’ve defined it as The ability to efficiently and effectively gather, manage, and distribute pertinent information As an example of this fluency, let’s consider Steve … Continue reading

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