Monthly Archives: February 2010

Knowledge: Cheshire or Schrödinger’s cat?

This article has been cross-posted with ecollab blog carnival. Much has been told and written about the capital importance of knowledge in organizations, and the rise of networks-enabled enterprise emphasizes even more the role of informal learning and knowledge sharing … Continue reading

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We All Need a Shift

A small conversation with Olivier Blanchard (@thebrandbuilder ) on Twitter left me with an interesting question:  what drives us into the need and will to change long time cultural habits (the kind of paper we are writing on), if not … Continue reading

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The End of Marketing as We Know It?

Beside an enormous amount of media rants and raves, the recent launch of Apple’s tablet teaches us a lot of things about design, innovation and marketing in the era of the real-time Web. Don’t Ask What They Want, Ask Yourself … Continue reading

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