Monthly Archives: August 2013

Digital Disruption – Blocked or Accelerated by People

by Cai Kjaer Advancement in technology has really disrupted things, but you only realise how much when you look back at where we were just a few years ago. Last week I found on YouTube a 1990 interview with a … Continue reading

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Rapid Innovation – The time is right!

by Scott Ward Most of us realize that as people we are hardwired to connect. Be it between friends, family or tribes our natural instincts compel us to build communication networks across which we share our individual and collective experiences. … Continue reading

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Official Video Invitation

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Putting people at the centre of the digital disruption conversation

by James Dellow The phrase ‘digital disruption’ is quite a misnomer. Growing up in the information age we intuitively think we know what digital disruption means, but when we actually talk about it our conversations instead drift towards the symptoms … Continue reading

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Is your knowledge alive?

by Simon Terry “What we learn from experience is stored, not in the form of answers, but in bits and pieces of the experience we have accumulated, sometimes over years. What we think of as tacit knowledge is really the … Continue reading

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The NBN as enabling infrastructure

by Kai Riemer   Key to understanding the value proposition of the NBN is to understand that it is an infrastructure technology. Infrastructures are not tools. Tools solve a problem, infrastructures will enable new ways of working and living only … Continue reading

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