Monthly Archives: March 2007

Discovering Alfred Adler

Very interesting stuff! Full article about Alfred Adler’s theories van be found here. Please replace person/individual with cooperation… I am very eager to explore to see if Adler’s model of Psychotherapy (See image below) can be used to help cooperations … Continue reading

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Wheel of Creation

Been busy working on a model for value creation. Nowhere have I found a model that I truely believe. Most of the current models about competitive advantage, blue oceans and innovations have a left brain way of solving the problem. … Continue reading

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The Broad Thought

More and more I gather evidence that the very core of a company is what I call the “Broad Thought”. The broad thought gives companies a sense of purpose. It is close to a religion. A beliefsystem. The Broad Thought … Continue reading

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Telco 2.0 Bussiness Model Map

On the Telco2.0 blog there is a very interesting 4 parts(part1, part2, part 3 and part 4)┬ápost to help operator’s answer the following questions: Where am I? Where do I want to go? Which way do I need to go … Continue reading

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The Support Economy

Just read an article written in 2002(!!) about the book The Support Economy. In this Harvard Business School article Shoshana Zuboff and James Maxmin discuss about the “rift between corporations and society”. Here some nice passages: A century ago mass … Continue reading

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The Message..

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Personal Fabrication on TED Talks

Very inspirational clip with Neil Gerschenfield on TED Talks about Personal (Digital) Fabrication. Especially after 1/3 of the clip when he starts about Digital Fabrication where computer are tools and products are created through code. Talking about FabLabs which are … Continue reading

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The Corporation

Thanks to Tom van Brunschot.. Powerful documentary(23 parts).. This is the beginning of the doc.. Setting the scene. Reminds me of my post on What Business Am I In?

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What should Starbucks do?

On the great blog BrandAutopsy I reacted on a blogpost from John about Starbucks. He asked readers to react on how Starbucks should act now(read here the cause of the story). He will compile the answers and a make an … Continue reading

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