Monthly Archives: December 2010

New Collaborative Strategy Process: Preliminary Test Results

A few days ago, i wrote about a new collaborative strategy process that we are testing. The results show promise. The goal of the process is to enable a group of people to collaboratively develop an idea of the top … Continue reading

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Thought Stoppers and Starters

A key to dealing with times of great change–and this is a time of great change, where the long tradition of news and journalism appears to be changing, amateur websites are forcing governments to re-think how they maintain state secrets, … Continue reading

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New Collaborative Strategy Process

There are many challenges when developing an organizational strategy: The process should involve as many people in the organization as possible, while still keeping the process focused and efficient It is often difficult to figure out which parts of a … Continue reading

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The Digitally Fluent Use Just Enough Technology

Take a moment and imagine the most “digitally fluent” person in the world (or use the word “tech-savvy” if you prefer). If your image is of a sort of wired-up, ashen person who forsakes face-to-face interactions to sit at computer … Continue reading

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Fluency, Style and Prediction

A mark of advanced fluency in anything is the ability to recognize a style in someone else. A person fluent in a language can often detect even the slightest hint of a dialect in someone else. A person fluent in … Continue reading

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Two Types of Costs for the Use of Digital Media

In my conversations with people who are trying to figure out the costs and benefits of encouraging the use of more open forms of digital communication within organizations, a common feeling is that the use of tools like SocialText, Ning, … Continue reading

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