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Networks thrive in complexity

Harold Jarche

In complex environments, weak hierarchies and strong networks  are the best organizing principle. Networks thrive in nature. Real network models (e.g.

[2b2k] Attribution isn’t just about credit. It’s about networking knowledge.

David Weinberger

David Kay pointed out to me a piece by Arthur Brisbane, the NY Times Public Editor. In it Arthur deals with a criticism of a NYT article that failed to acknowledge the work of prior journalists and investigators (“uncredited foundational reporting”) that led to the NYT story. Winston told me, “People come down on you.” Right.

Shifting IT delivery to tablets: The strategic issues

Dion Hinchcliffe

Tablets are likely to become the primary computing experience for workers over the next few years. What will it take to successfully shift IT delivery to these devices given the security worries, legacy IT landscape, BYOD, and other issues

Future of Work: Add Open Leadership, Enterprise 2.0, Connected Learning and Mix

Dan Pontefract

and connected learning. Mark states: I can say with confidence that the workplace has to change dramatically in order to remain effective. leadership

BBC Future column: Hypnic Jerks

Mind Hacks

Here’s my column at BBC Future from last week. You can see the original here. The full listof my columns is here and  there is now a RSS feed , should you need it. As we give up our bodies to sleep, sudden twitches escape our brains, causing our arms and legs to jerk. Some people are startled by them, others are embarrassed. Brain battle.