Category Archives: Systems Thinking

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If This Then That! Recipes to make the internet work for you! Continue reading

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The Proof Is In The Picture

Images. We all know they are more powerful than words. What we may not know is why. Imagine a time in the not so distant future in which all those lovely word documents are not accessible, our Excel budgets are … Continue reading

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The Dictator’s Game 2.0

In a previous post, I questioned the relevance of a popular game theory experiment, the Prisoner’s Dilemma. Now, I want to explore the implication of another economic theory game: the dictator game.   The dictator game is another game that … Continue reading

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Where Will Social Business/Enterprise 2.0 thrive in your organization?

Last night in class I talked about Enterprise 2.0 and the use of social collaboration tools as a form of knowledge management. In this article called As Collaboration Goes Social, Where Will It Thrive the author – Dion Hinchcliffe – … Continue reading

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