Category Archives: The process of Innovation

Management 3.0 from Jurgen Appelo

Jurgen Appelo plays with more models of how things ought to work than anyone I else I know. His book Management 3.0 presents, assesses, and sometimes interconnects with agile, people-oriented processes relentlessly. I’m a fan. See his blog. And this presentation: Management 3.0 in 50 minutes from Jurgen Appelo Jurgen and I met at the Stoos […] Continue reading

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How to replace top-down training with collaborative learning (1)

The Twenty-First Century Corporation Businesses around the world are transforming into extended enterprise networks but their training departments are stuck in the previous century. In the pursuit of trying to fix what’s broken, let’s imagine what ideal corporate learning would look like if we could start over from scratch. In the 1800s and 1900s, successful companies […] Continue reading

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You let me down

My previous post had an incorrect URL for the Trip to Europe curator, but you didn’t tell me. I’ve been counting on you readers out there to yell at me when I mess up like that. You are were my … Continue reading

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Hypercard 25th Anniversary Celebration

Twenty-five years ago Apple released a visionary product, Hypercard. Bill Atkinson designed the app to free people to create their own programs without the rigors of programming. Hypercard invited anyone to create “stacks” of linked cards that could display text, play sound, and show video. Hypercard was sort of like an internet browser for your […] Continue reading

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