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Ulf Brandes
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21st century spirit on the rise
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Let's have a look at the collective thinking process, and explore simple and practical ways to get group collaboration to the next level. See our RSA workshop's results on +anja kantowsky's MIX page, https://mix.fiftythree.com/66233-anja
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Welcome +Peter Bretscher to Corporate Rebels United! 

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You can't believe how relieved I am personally about this outcome of yesterday's vote in Scotland. Read the RSA's balanced perspective.

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Forget clumsy ads on news pages: Apps are the new content. See Facebook as the next-gen source of mobile revenues for a huge, profitable ecosystem of app developers  — and all mobile revenue streams will happily depend on FB with its 1,5bn active users and growing.

Read this seemingly profound analysis of where the mobile internet is heading — and why Facebook might become the "Coca-Cola of the internet" (who serve 1,2bn drinks a day).

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Even if you've come to believe that "Change" is your organization's next big thing, you probably see still just one or two trees of your forest.

+Stowe Boyd has the full picture.  Just in time when desiderata like "Change Management", "Corporate Culture hacking" and Agile Resilience are hitting mainstream management media, Stowe's article gives an indispensable overview of what all of this is about, what not, and why. 

The magic: Stowe's perspective is as broad as it's hands-on, and relevant for savvy change theorists and novices alike. I particularly love the notion of the "postnormal era", and his emphasis on strategy. So, before you float your next change project the latest, invest the 10mins it takes to digest this article, and re-think your strategy.

Via +Peter Vander Auwera who shared an excerpt of +Stowe Boyd 's article earlier today.

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Even if you've come to believe that "Change" is your organization's next big thing, you probably see still just one or two trees of your forest.

+Stowe Boyd has the full picture.  Just in time when desiderata like "Change Management", "Corporate Culture hacking" and Agile Resilience are hitting mainstream management media, Stowe's article gives an indispensable overview of what all of this is about, what not, and why. 

The magic: Stowe's perspective is as broad as it's hands-on, and relevant for savvy change theorists and novices alike. I particularly love the notion of the "postnormal era", and his emphasis on strategy. So, before you float your next change project the latest, invest the 10mins it takes to digest this article, and re-think your strategy.

Via +Peter Vander Auwera who shared an excerpt of +Stowe Boyd 's article earlier today.

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Even if you've come to believe that "Change" is your organization's next big thing, you probably see still just one or two trees of your forest.

+Stowe Boyd has the full picture.  Just in time when desiderata like "Change Management", "Corporate Culture hacking" and Agile Resilience are hitting mainstream management media, Stowe's article gives an indispensable overview of what all of this is about, what not, and why. 

The magic: Stowe's perspective is as broad as it's hands-on, and relevant for savvy change theorists and novices alike. I particularly love the notion of the "postnormal era", and his emphasis on strategy. So, before you float your next change project the latest, invest the 10mins it takes to digest this article, and re-think your strategy.

Via +Peter Vander Auwera who shared an excerpt of +Stowe Boyd 's article earlier today.

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Even if you've come to believe that "Change" is your organization's next big thing, you probably see still just one or two trees of your forest.

+Stowe Boyd has the full picture.  Just in time when desiderata like "Change Management", "Corporate Culture hacking" and Agile Resilience are hitting mainstream management media, Stowe's article gives an indispensable overview of what all of this is about, what not, and why. 

The magic: Stowe's perspective is as broad as it's hands-on, and relevant for savvy change theorists and novices alike. I particularly love the notion of the "postnormal era", and his emphasis on strategy. So, before you float your next change project the latest, invest the 10mins it takes to digest this article, and re-think your strategy.

Via +Peter Vander Auwera who shared an excerpt of +Stowe Boyd 's article earlier today.

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