A few days ago, I posted on Disservice from GROU.PS, giving me a deadline for upgrading from plan ” .” Today this arrived in my mailbox:
“Time Is Running Out For XXII International Symposium on Morphological Sciences.” WTF?
A comment to
my earlier post says,
They promised over and
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Dave Snowden is a compelling storyteller, mad genius, and irascible Welshman who has pioneered the mash-up of complexity theory and management practice.
Dave led a day-long seminar on his version of complexity in San Francisco today. I’m still absorbing the implications. This is brilliant, important
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I just received three emails from Grou.ps, one for each of the community sites I migrated to Grou.ps from Ning.
7 Days Left to Select a Plan
Time Is Running Out For Internet Time Community
We are contacting you regarding to your monthly payment for your group. You are currently using the . Unless
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Dave Snowden is in San Francisco to lead a seminar tomorrow on A new simplicity.
This seminar will provide a basic introduction to complexity theory in human systems and introduce participants to some core methods and approaches. It is based on the award winning work of Dave Snowden and is relevant
Steve Denning asks:
• Have you ever wondered why the workplace often feels like you’re living in a Dilbert cartoon?
• Have you ever wondered why only one in five workers is fully engaged in their work?
• Have you ever wondered why individual management fixes don’t stick? They seem Continue reading Manage radically and get freebies, too
There are always three things.
Putting a Price on Professors, an article in today’s Wall Street Journal, describes a movement in Texas and elsewhere to hold faculty responsible for results.
“For years and years, universities got away with, ‘Trust us—it’ll be worth it,'” said F. King Alexander, president of California State
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I just returned from the delightful
Future of Talent Retreat at Asilomar Conference Center at Pacific Grove, California.
We used art to open the emotional side of our brains to the concepts of collaboration and innovation.
This presentation technique is magic. I could listen to Sir Ken for hours. Maybe this will attract yet more followers. But the gimmick-factor is wearing.
Kevin Kelly says that’s all it takes to prosper. He’s giving a
free online talk on the topic Thursday, October 21 at 8pmET / 5pmPT.