Article Archive for January 2010
The mobile device is headed to dethrone the laptop as the de facto standard gear for knowledge work.
As we find ourselves tied to mobile devices, coordination will increasingly become the organizing principle that defines how we get work done; we will become a network of spontaneous gathering, loosely coordinated agents in constant contact.
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I am reading Tournament of Shadows – a history of Russia, England, India and the “Great Game” for empire in …
How does an organization manage the increasing communications asymmetry between inside and outside?
On the inside, information flow is glacial and constricted to a few individuals at the top of the reporting pyramid. On the outside, information flow is kinetic and ubiquitous.
The term, “Social Business” has been steadily gaining currency among influential thinkers such as Stowe Boyd, Jeff Dachis, Peter Kim, and Jeremiah Owyang. At its broadest definition Social Business describes the systemic challenges and new …
This is a cross-post from Radar
I am flying to London this coming week on business. I have no idea if I will be able to use my laptop, emerge from my seat during the …