Archive for March, 2013

The Interconnectedness Of All Things

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The Interconnectedness Of All Things

This site nearly got called The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Enterprise. My admiration for Douglas Adams only seems to increase with the years. Now he’s provided me with inspiration for the second blog in a row.

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The “Answer” Is Always 42

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The “Answer” Is Always 42

Douglas Adams, for those who may possibly not be aware of him, was an English author best known for his The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy series of books (originally a radio show).

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For What It’s Worth

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For What It’s Worth

We live in a world where the rate of change, the sources of change and the potential impact of change is greater than it ever was before. Strategic decisions have to be taken in the face of a considerable degree of uncertainty, so we have to learn the art of building the management of uncertainty into our strategies.

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Organizational Models for Social Business

Organizational Models for Social Business

Here we go with the third (and last) blog in this series which looks at some underlying theory about organization and management. In the social business context I consider the most significant approach to be Stafford Beer’s Viable Systems Model (VSM). The VSM has two central concepts. The first is feedback, which enables an organization to constantly learn […]

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