Posts Tagged ‘megawave’

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[...]

April 16th, 2011 - 12:51 am § in Why?

Do we really understand the mega-waves of change?

History is never objectively recorded. It’s interpreted, contextual, perceptive, and generally subjective. The future is never reasoned about objectively. We make extrapolations, projections, and form views based on view of the past. So, in Built to Thrive (the book) I’ve taken a stab at[...]

December 8th, 2010 - 12:07 pm § in Why?

Looking ahead into 2011 where do we see ourselves?

I have dedicated much of my thinking to what I perceive is happening in the landscape around me. Ideas of innovation seem to meet me at every street corner these days, so how do I make sense of what it truly means to innovate in a world where the term itself has become generic and […][...]