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Some thoughts on perpetual beta


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  • great harold, but i don't agree with your slider n.° 18: i think that innovation is the result of combining ideas AND connections, that means that you canìt have ideas without connections and connections without ideas are no valuable.
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  • 1. some thoughts on life in perpetual BetaHarold Jarche
  • 2. Giving up control is the first step in the journey
  • 3. Increasedcomplexity needs simplified design
  • 4. If humans had to be taught how to learn, we would never have survived Learning is natural
  • 5. in an open environment learning will flourish, as it has on the Web
  • 6. Training is a solutionlooking for a problem
  • 7. It’s time for a serious redesign of how we structure work
  • 8. There is no normal anymore
  • 9. a job is not the same as meaningful work
  • 10. the Internet makes “time at work”an antiquated notion
  • 11. networks subvertstandardization
  • 12. Social learning is how people workand share knowledge to becomebetter practitioners
  • 13. In a knowledge economy, the individual is the knowledge creator and relationships are the currency
  • 14. A dysfunctionalcompany culture does not improve with transparency it just gets exposed
  • 15. the largest barrier to meaningful workis the organization itself
  • 16. change management meanschanging management
  • 17. In a creative economy it is only throughthe self-selection of the best tools that more productive work can be assured
  • 18. Innovationis not so much about having ideas as it is about making connections
  • 19. The duty of being transparent in our work and sharing our knowledge rests with everyone
  • 20. openness enablestransparency which fosters innovation
  • 21. social business is a shift in how we work -from hierarchies to networks
  • 22. trust emerges fromopen, transparent & diverse networks
  • 23. work is learning &learning is the work
  • 24. some thoughts on life in perpetual Beta Music “Blue Like Venus” by spinningmerkaba Source: CCmixter.orgHarold Jarche
  • 25. Harold Jarche