Archive for May, 2011

May 12th, 2011 - 10:58 am § in Reframe

Reframe your thinking, can you?

Reframed thinking forms the underpinning of Built to Thrive and an understanding of the concepts presented to you will culminate in an ability to begin to reframe your thinking. The rise in social networks, mobilization of crowds and tribes and the impact of social based innovation all affect our vi[...]

May 10th, 2011 - 3:30 pm § in Why?

Built to Thrive, one step closer to publication…

At the very onset of the book, I am met with my biggest challenge – teaching a concept that demands an untutored state of mind. My attempt to bring various non-business disciplines into the business world has been a stimulating journey. Innovation has become a generic and everyday term, in fact it[...]

May 9th, 2011 - 9:00 pm § in Gen

The uncontaminated generation?

The uncontaminated generation is not the generation who rebels against all forms of cultural transmission. They are not a horde of uncultured barbarians lacking any sense of moral conviction. In fact they are quite the opposite, they are the individuals who take nothing for granted, who are in compl[...]

May 8th, 2011 - 12:12 pm § in Offerings

Why do some disrupt, while others observe?

It is evident that change continuously and relentlessly disrupts our structured lives built on optimistic illusions of stability. So if we know this, denial of the obvious cannot be the only factor that holds us back from reconfiguring the way in which we live. There are many reasons why people are [...]

May 2nd, 2011 - 9:03 pm § in Philosophy

Waves of change towards a more interconnected world?

Throughout the book you will be introduced to social, networked and interconnected behavior as being critical to a clear understanding of the landscape in which we all exist. This new landscape is showing signs of the ever-nearing third megawave. What has proved to be the real hindrance in understan[...]