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David Gildeh
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An Enterprise Cloud Entrepreneur, formally founder/CEO of SambaStream, sold to Alfresco where I launched their Cloud business. Currently CEO/Co-founder of +DataloopIO
An Enterprise Cloud Entrepreneur, formally founder/CEO of SambaStream, sold to Alfresco where I launched their Cloud business. Currently CEO/Co-founder of +DataloopIO

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New Blog: The Future of Enterprise - Artificial Intelligence
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New Blog on Big Data and its impact on the Enterprise
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New Blog - don't support any strikes on Syria!
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Check out the new trailer for The Apple Tree, and please reshare, donate and help them get to the critical £5000 mark so they can start filming later this month! Only 10 days to go...
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Great presentation by +Simon Wardley on Strategy and Mapping technology
Whilst there are many methods and mental models that can be used for mapping a business environment, the act of mapping is a critical step in determining strategy. I'm always surprised by how many companies create strategy with what can only be described as poor situational awareness.

In this video, I go through the process of mapping and cover some fairly basic economic principles from inertia to cycles of change whilst looking at the question of strategies for a open economy and what matters more - strategy or openness?  This video touches the surface of the topic of organisational warfare and competition, nothing too complex and we don't even go into the various strategic plays, options like tower and moat, impact on organisational structure, culture etc. It's about 1 hr 20 mins.

I made this video at home in response to requests at a recent conference, it's more off the cuff (a lot less scripted than my normal talks), made in one take and so don't expect great stuff. It's plain and simple covering the basics in some detail.

There are lots of interesting posts out there covering mapping in one form or another, one of my recent favourites is :-
 
http://www.wfs.org/futurist/2013-issues-futurist/july-august-2013-vol-47-no-4/mapping-future-big-data
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Help if you're trying to install Octave like me
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