caught in-between

The core premise of finding perpetual beta is that the digital world is bumping against the analog world and we are currently caught in-between.

Changing How We Organize

With an external environment that is highly connected, organizations have to get connected inside.

Faster market feedback challenges the organization’s ability to act.

The solutions are staring us in the face. We just have to stop looking in the rear-view mirror and see the many possible roads ahead.

Hierarchies do not need to be the natural organizational model. People can work in self-managing networks.

Changing How We Work

If those who are educated, knowledgeable, and experienced do not push for a better world of work, then who will?

An effective knowledge network cultivates the diversity and autonomy of each worker.

Knowledge networks function best when each person can choose with whom and when they connect.

Solving problems together is becoming the real business challenge.

Changing How We Learn

Complex problems require the sharing of tacit knowledge, which cannot easily be put into a manual.

Tacit knowledge flows best in trusted networks.

Sharing knowledge in trusted networks does not happen overnight.

Sharing makes us think more about what we publish, knowing it will be seen by others.

Personal Knowledge Mastery is a framework for individuals to take control of their professional development.

The test of personal knowledge mastery is whether it works for you.

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