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Work Flows and Wealth Creation

by: Sigurd Rinde

Inseparable since the beginning.

Following the last post about Information, Knowledge, Wisdom and Innovation let's add one particularly interesting and dynamic object organiser, an object by itself: The Workflow. The representation of a particular sequence where value is created and wealth built.

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E 2.0 - Not Joining the Debate, but...

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Being 'diplomatic' I'm not going to step into the debate featuring Dennis, Susan, Nenshad and others... but I've been waiting and waiting for one benefit to be touted, an important but unplanned benefit (the only one?) I've seen in practice myself:

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Do Something Instead of Doing Things to Get Something Done

by: Sigurd Rinde

What if we could shift the whole world to renewable energy sources, feed and educate all children at no extra cost nor resource use? 

What if you could double your bottom line without cutting costs?

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Rules

by: Sigurd Rinde

A flow requires a framework.

Electricity flows through lines directed by switches. No framework, then no boiled egg for breakfast.

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The Fallacy of IT Productivity Tools

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Good thing we humans are flexible, able as we are to handle all kinds of tasks with sometimes far too little training.
 
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Stop Managing

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If you like the occasional blinding flash of the obvious there's a book out - Management rewired: Why feedback doesn't work and other surprising lessons from the latest brain science by Charles S. Jacobs.

Basically takeaway is that the annual performance review is for the birds, and boss pressure is of dubious value.

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Go to Market by Extreme Business Planning

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Don't know if this is an effort to make own behaviour plausible, but so what...
 
When entering a market the GAMP (Generally Accepted Marketing Practices) has to be right, as in getting certain stuff right:
  • Target market
  • Price
  • Packaging
  • Channel
  • Story
  • And the rest of it
But one forgets, there are two ways to enter a market:

 A. By GAMP

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The Conceptual Failure of Business Software and Why Nobody Bothers

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The Age of Heretics and Sceptics

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Too Much Saving Caused the Economic Crisis

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