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Organizational Redefinition and the Pocket Calculator

History, we know, is apt to repeat itself, and to foist very old incidents upon us with only a slight change of costume. George Eliot New technology is often disruptive, and social technologies make no exception. Today, quite everyone agrees … Continue reading

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Tackling Complexity and Wicked Problems with Design Thinking

This post is the second of a two-parts article on design thinking co-written with Ralph-Christian Ohr (@ralph_ohr). You can read first part here. The world we live in becomes increasingly complex. Complex systems in different areas of our life, such … Continue reading

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The Two Faces of Social Business

Co-evolution has always played an important role in the history of humankind, specially when it comes to the complex relationships existing between technology and social behaviors. The social tools sweeping over the web and entering at increasing pace into our … Continue reading

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Social Media: Thinking Over Words Meaning

Terminology, as language itself, always had a huge impact on our thinking. Considering the pervasive place social media has taken into our online lives, from mundane Facebook conversations to companies-wide collaborative platforms, including strategies as diverse as Youtube-based marketing campaigns, … Continue reading

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Have We Yet Integrated Social, Scottie?

Another day, another buzzword… Integration is quite a hot topic on these days of predictions, especially after both David Armano, from Edelman Digital, and Jeremiah Owyang, from Altimer, qualified 2011 as year of social (‘media’ for David, ‘business’ for Jeremiah) … Continue reading

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