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Some thoughts I have shared over the years on my blog at jarche.com

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  • Getting people to think in terms of networks, not institutions or documents, is a great challenge and a major obstacle in much of my work. The mental shift is difficult for people who are not networked professionally or personally.
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    • Harold Jarche jarche.com @hjarche “a keen subversive of the last century’s management and education models” Friday, 18October, 2013
    • JOB is a four-letter word jarche.com Friday, 18October, 2013
    • It’s not a question of what keeps managers awake at night, it’s what can we do to make sure they are awake to their networks during the day jarche.com Friday, 18October, 2013
    • Knowledge workers of the world unite, you have nothing to lose but your managers jarche.com Friday, 18October, 2013
    • Creative workers don’t need managers, they need executive assistants It’s time to reverse the relationship between contributors and coordinators jarche.com Friday, 18October, 2013
    • In complex networks, current management approaches are no longer adequate jarche.com Friday, 18October, 2013
    • Management is the problem and management is also the solution if you change it jarche.com Friday, 18October, 2013
    • Organizations don’t need heroes, they need learners jarche.com Friday, 18October, 2013
    • Courses are artifacts of a time when information was scarce and connections were few jarche.com Friday, 18October, 2013
    • Sense-making in the network era is connecting to people, not merely accessing information sources jarche.com Friday, 18October, 2013
    • Process improvement is bad for innovation It makes you myopic jarche.com Friday, 18October, 2013
    • Social media ... ... are new languages The only way to learn a new language ... Friday, 18October, 2013 ... is through practice jarche.com
    • Once you realize that you live in a glass house, you start thinking differently Friday, 18October, 2013
    • There is no normal anymore there is only perpetual ßeta jarche.com Friday, 18October, 2013