Relationship economy

People Are Corporations Too

August 13, 2011
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Mitt provides us with a looking glass into the fundamental differences between the rich and the poor. The rich see themselves as the proxy for the prosperity of the poor. Meanwhile, the poor see themselves as the proxy for the prosperity of the rich. Neither side admits that they need each other,

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Watching The Birds Play The Value Game

February 23, 2011
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Deregulation undermined point-to-point service regardless of market demand, ignoring social objectives of the passengers, having no regard for the final destination of the passengers, and blowing off the “time-value” of their passengers.

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The Social Value Game

October 19, 2010
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Most applications of game theory are controlled from in-house or deployed against a competitive landscape. The Value Game is deployed external to the corporation and in a cooperative landscape where rewards are given to those who organize people around a “highly leveraged product” in valuable ways.

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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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Sell-ebrity Sects

September 8, 2010

Social media is introducing a host of new Sellebrities peddling some object designed to fortify their credibility, usually a book tour, keynote address, or a-list client. Then, pitchman preoccupies the consumer into standing still long enough to create an arbitrage position for those who can exploit TIME.

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Google CEO Warns of Information Armageddon

August 21, 2010

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Google CEO Eric Schmidt warns of the future consequences of social media and networks, and the vast amount of personal data that users put out there on the Web.

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Please Vote for The Ingenesist Project; SXSW

August 18, 2010

We sincerely encourage our readers to vote for this presentation. It promises to be hugely compelling, deeply controversial, and boldly disruptive.

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Stock Harmony; Exchange of Social Value

July 14, 2010

So this is what makes Stock Harmony interesting. The successful “next currency” will be the one which best represents human productivity.

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Cluster Funk

June 10, 2010

The term “Innovation Clusters” makes for a good soundbite for politicians because it fits on a banner they can stand in front of (thumbs up) and waving the “I’m for Jobs” banner for the next election cycle. It keeps funds flowing to organizations to publish studies that conclude that more studies are needed. Maybe these “summits” ought to be renamed, Cluster Funks because that is all that they actually promote.

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Let’s Argue About the Definition of Productivity Instead

May 27, 2010

Many arguments rage because of poor definitions to terms. If people cannot agree on a definition, they will not agree on much else. A definition should be definitive – here I will tackle 5 of the most elusive definitions that are at the center of much, if not all, global controversy: Data, Information, knowledge, innovation, wisdom

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