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From Social Business To Superlinear Corporation
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DGRAY7517
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DGRAY7517,
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4/11/2012 | 1:26:47 PM
re: From Social Business To Superlinear Corporation
Hi Venkatesh! We are on the same wavelength. You might enjoy this blog post on a similar theme: http://communicationnation.blo...
Deb Donston-Miller
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12/30/2011 | 4:37:29 PM
re: From Social Business To Superlinear Corporation
Great connection--thank you! It really is fascinating when you apply some of these theories to existing companies, and think about how enterprise 2.0 or "social" are furthering and sometimes changing the (excuse the expression) paradigms.

Deb Donston-Miller
Contributing Editor, The BrainYard
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12/29/2011 | 6:13:59 PM
re: From Social Business To Superlinear Corporation
you may already be familiar with it, but in the organizational sciences there's a theory of organizational ecology that's somewhat analogous to your rainforest analogy. here's the wikipedia link to the general idea behind it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O...


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