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Reorganizing In The Era Of Social Capitalism

July 8, 2014

apitalism is evolving. Society needs to reorganize itself to trade “abundant intangibles instead of scarce tangibles”.  Then, all the decentralized innovations currently coming online can truly integrate.….and, everything will change. Reorganizing In The Era Of Social Capitalism: This 16 minute video describes a method for intangible assets to be made tangible in an accounting system […]

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How To Change Everything Without Changing Anything

September 24, 2012

Please find the link to a pdf of the draft outline and a tentative table of contents. I expect the whole book to number less than 300 pages. I will also provide case studies of how we are deploying The Value Game in the Construction, Aviation, and Philanthropic industries. I hope that these early demonstrations will help the entrepreneurs among us realize that there is an alternate business method that is, in a significant sense, highly profitable.

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New Value Movement Session Primer

August 4, 2012

Again, thank you for your time, effort, experience, and intellect participating on this panel. Regular blog readers: please continue to leave comments or connect with me to get involved with the New Value Movement.

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This Is What I Believe

May 17, 2012
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My singular objective and greatest aspiration is to make “intangible” value tangible. I am confident that my children – and yours – will know what to do next.

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Ideas Are The New Currency

December 20, 2011
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The degree to which society actually produces the things that society actually needs, the new economy should not look much different. The degree to which society does not actually need the things that capitalism produces, great new ideas will emerge.

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Supply and Demand for Knowledge Assets

October 12, 2011
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If we follow the Wall Street accounting model, the supply and demand for knowledge assets are cast against the factors of production; land, labor, and capital. What happens when technology, knowledge and social media replaces land, labor, and capital

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Outsourcing Fail

September 28, 2010
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If you take away one of the components, the others become worthless. If you destroy one component, the entire structure could fail.

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The Innovation Banker

September 22, 2010
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Together with the financial banking, these two system engage in the dance of the virtuous circle of innovation enterprise. Apart, they collapse into the swirling cesspool of eternal debt and infinite interest (pun intended).

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Social Capitalism And The ROI For Social Media

September 9, 2010

This video introduces a new way of looking at social media valuation. The monetization paradox is stuck on “how can this value expressed as a financial instrument”?

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What’s Your Cut of the $5 Trillion Knowledge Economy?

September 3, 2010

Your knowledge and experience also helps others predict what preferences you may have and what decisions you may make. Corporations, advertisers, banks, insurance companies, and politicians all want to know this and they will go to extreme and expensive measures to get it – why not just sell it to them?

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