Some thoughts on perpetual beta

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Some thoughts on perpetual beta

  1. some thoughts on life in perpetual BetaHarold Jarche jarche.com
  2. Giving up control is the first step in the journey jarche.com
  3. Increasedcomplexity needs simplified design jarche.com
  4. If humans had to be taught how to learn, we would never have survived Learning is natural jarche.com
  5. in an open environment learning will flourish, as it has on the Web jarche.com
  6. Training is a solutionlooking for a problem jarche.com
  7. It’s time for a serious redesign of how we structure work jarche.com
  8. There is no normal anymore jarche.com
  9. a job is not the same as meaningful work jarche.com
  10. the Internet makes “time at work”an antiquated notion
  11. networks subvertstandardization jarche.com
  12. Social learning is how people workand share knowledge to becomebetter practitioners jarche.com
  13. In a knowledge economy, the individual is the knowledge creator and relationships are the currency jarche.com
  14. A dysfunctionalcompany culture does not improve with transparency it just gets exposed jarche.com
  15. the largest barrier to meaningful workis the organization itself jarche.com
  16. change management meanschanging management jarche.com
  17. In a creative economy it is only throughthe self-selection of the best tools that more productive work can be assured jarche.com
  18. Innovationis not so much about having ideas as it is about making connections jarche.com
  19. The duty of being transparent in our work and sharing our knowledge rests with everyone jarche.com
  20. openness enablestransparency which fosters innovation jarche.com
  21. social business is a shift in how we work -from hierarchies to networks jarche.com
  22. trust emerges fromopen, transparent & diverse networks jarche.com
  23. work is learning &learning is the work jarche.com
  24. some thoughts on life in perpetual Beta Music “Blue Like Venus” by spinningmerkaba Source: CCmixter.orgHarold Jarche jarche.com
  25. Harold Jarche jarche.com

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