Category Archives: Social Business


I was approached a few months ago by a group wondering what kinds of collaborative software might exist to support something called Sociocracy.  That was the impetus of my latest journey into the world of organizing on democratic principles.

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5 Opportunities in the Process Space for 2015

There are 5 key opportunities to participate in process space (BPM and ACM) in the next few months, and the deadlines are coming up, so don’t delay, and don’t miss out.

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Drucker Forum 2014 Update

It is time again for the Global Peter Drucker Forum.  Here are some highlights of talks from John Hagel, Clayton Christensen, Gary Hamel and others.

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Assistants Transform Data, Synchronize as Well

In previous post I introduce a scenario for cooperation between doctors, and show that a personal assistant is a good way to connect those in real time.  Here are some additional details that we should consider more carefully.

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Encryption Role in Data Security

Ed Snowdon spoke yesterday at the SXSW conference on the importance of using encryption to keep the data the runs our businesses (and personal life) safe.   I refresh the call to eliminate the scary warning that browsers give when … Continue reading

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How Relevant is the ‘Boundary Worker’ Idea?

IBM has suggested this new term, the Boundary Worker, as a middle point between a service worker and a knowledge worker.  Is this really something new, or just the natural progress of a all workers in today’s hyper connected world?

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Doc Sharing with Live Documents

This is a first impression review of Live Documents, a SaaS model document sharing platform.  I discovered the service, signed up for a free account, and these are my notes on what it does.

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