Teleological approach to organisational reviews and change projects

I know of a few organisations that are currently undergoing that favourite past-time of all new management and the greatest fear of people in their new organisations, the organisational restructure. As part of another thread of reading I came across a post that has a nice take on these events. Too often, the top management

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The missing ground rule for Enterprise 2.0

In his MIT Sloan Management Review article, “Enterprise 2.0: The Dawn of Emergent Collaboration”, Andrew McAfee cites two “intelligent ground rules” that people building Enterprise 2.0 technologies are following Making sure the applications are easy to use. Avoiding any preconceived notions about categories or structure by building tools that let these aspects emerge. I see

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Helping "NESB" students realise – there is no one answer

Stephen Downes has a paper titled “Learning Networks and Connective Knowledge” that is currently being discussed on the ITForum. He blogs about the paper and includes links to ITForum and the paper. I’m currently about 7 pages into the paper. The paper aims to provide the background to Stephen’s thinking about eLearning 2.0 which in

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