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Where Competition Has Met It’s Match

June 4, 2012
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In the ultimate manifestation, however, The Value Game will play automatically through multiagent algorithmic game applications where tangible and intangible assets would be accounted equally in a Value Game.

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The Wisdom of Wisdom

May 25, 2010

Obviously data are related to information and information is related to knowledge and knowledge is related to innovation and innovation is related to wisdom (whew!). But how are they related? What few people realize is that if you take out any of these components, the whole relationship falls apart. data > information > knowledge > […]

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They’re Finally Saying Something New About Social Media

March 8, 2010

Now, all of a sudden, a new idea is emerging…it’s barely an audible chirp, but it will become a tectonic rumble before long: Social Media is beginning to take on the characteristics of Financial Instruments.

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Treating the consequences, not the symptoms?

June 10, 2009

Problems are often so complex and so integrated across the globe that no single person can accumulate in a lifetime the experience needed to manage effectively. Actions without wisdom have unintended consequences for yet unknown victims.

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Change You Can Bank on

June 5, 2009

Social media allows us to express the dynamics of our world in real time and at great speed. Feedback loops are shorter and cause and effect can be more easily differentiated.

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Finally, A Definition for Innovation

December 5, 2008

Innovation: The rate of change in knowledge with respect to time  [In earlier post we identified the 5 essential elements of a market economy. What would be the currency of an innovation economy? Currency is anything that serves as a medium of exchange, a stored value, and a standard of value. Basically we are asking; […]

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