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Is The Cluetrain Leaving The Station?

In the old days when the conductor of the train was ready to leave a station the whistle blew and he shouted “All Aboard!" Yesterdays presentation at the SAP Anniversary session of The ..
(February 13, 2008)
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The Intelligence Factors

Consider for a moment the amount of data about you that resides in multiple technological matrices. 1. Our government has considerable identifying data on us personally as a requirement of ..
(August 28, 2007)
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When is Now, What Say You?

The noise and actions that lead to convergence is heating up fast. Just consider the last thirty days of announcements: Google, Facebook, Linkedin, MSN, IBM and others ( I can hardly keep up ..
(August 27, 2007)
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Markets Shift Quickly

The Relationship Economy creates shifts. There are numerous “shifts” happening all around us, some big and some small as well as those under currents of shifts developing. Much, if not ..
(August 27, 2007)
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The Human Factors

Many of us don’t realize how truly unique each of us is. DNA molecules can unite in an infinite number of ways. The number is 10 to the 2,400,000,000th power. The number is the likelihood that ..
(August 25, 2007)
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Visionary Factors

A visionary means a person with a clear, distinctive and specific (in some details) vision of the future usually connected with advances in technology or political arrangements. Some of the most ..
(August 25, 2007)
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When Swarms Collide

As teenagers there were times when our group of friends would get together and have a party. Whether it was at someone’s house or in a open field we yearned to have parties where we could ..
(August 25, 2007)
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The Virtual Work Force Factors

The Relationship Economy will facilitate rapid growth of the “virtual work" concepts and applications. Consider for the moment what we have at our disposal today: 1) Unprecedented access to ..
(August 22, 2007)
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Change Agent Factors

A change agent, or agent of change, is someone who intentionally or indirectly causes or accelerates social, cultural, or behavioral change. Because of their importance, change agents are the object ..
(August 22, 2007)
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Profound Knowledge of a Networked World

The Relationship Economy will require transformation of knowledge, management, media, technology and individual participation. The prevailing cultures that are driving all business must undergo ..
(August 21, 2007)
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The Trust Factor

The relationship economy is founded on technology, but can only be built on relationships. It starts with relationship networks and ends with trust. In relationships trust may refer to a ..
(August 19, 2007)
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Enslavement vs Enablement Factors

Social networking technologies develop a momentum of their own which takes individuals beyond the point of counter productivity at which they become self-defeating. While the phenomena of social ..
(August 19, 2007)
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The Psychology Factors

In the world of plentiful networking opportunities, our struggle is not for finding connections but for meaning. As shown by the rise in volunteer work worldwide, people want to help other people. ..
(August 19, 2007)
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The Convergent Factors

Economists think about reality in terms of markets. In practice, a market is just an abstraction, and drawing the limits of markets out of actual information is a difficult task. Consider the social ..
(August 16, 2007)
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The Influence Factor

Social networks are not engineered, but developed out of interaction and communication between relationships. Networks can be shaped and cultivated and their dependence on human interaction is ..
(August 15, 2007)
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It Should Be All About You

In our efforts to try to even attempt to stay on top of the dynamics of the social networking space we consume volumes of material daily. What has become apparent in reading research, announcements ..
(August 14, 2007)
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Abundance vs Scarcity Factors

Are current network operators thinking abundantly or do they view their world with scarcity? As previously stated much of the value in social networks is generated by user generated content. ..
(August 13, 2007)
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Factors of the Relationship Matrix

We are entering into a subject matter that is wide and deep. In our initial research we found little reference to a Relationship Matrix in context to the emergence of a networked world other than ..
(August 13, 2007)
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Cashing in on Social Networking

News Corp famous move in acquiring MySpace early in the social networking market is a superb case study of how social networks can produce economic returns for their owners. Rupert Murdoch reports ..
(August 10, 2007)
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Cause & Effect Shifts

The term “shift” has become very popular these days with blogs, video’s on YouTube and throughout numerous forums and networks as a popular topic of discussion. One of the most ..
(August 12, 2007)
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Sharing vs Selling in the New Economy

I was recently engaged with a company which was getting ready to launch a branded social network. They were all excited about brining in the top names in their industry to join their network and ..
(August 09, 2007)
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Real vs Second Life

A prelim to the Relationship Economy is Second Life virtual world of animation and avatars. Business Week Virtual World this month reports. Second Life is a 3-D virtual world entirely built and owned .
(August 08, 2007)
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The Frustration Factor

The “too much information” complaint isn’t unique to to any one social networking site rather the overload of features has spurred similar issues across most social networking ..
(August 08, 2007)
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