via Twitter: May 25, 2012 at 01:41AM via http://bit.ly/JxeYnG
I take a hard look at a recent Financial Times opinion piece by SAP Co-CEO, Jim Snabe, and although it’s not necessarily socialwash, it doesn’t really get to the heart of the matter: how to create a social environment that runs above the entrained business processes of the enterprise, as opposed to creating a social sidebar to an enterprise model dominated by inflexible and mechanical business processes.
Read the complete piece at Work Talk Reports.
Socialwashing? You decide.
Solitude is overrated. Thank you. I’m honored.” —
Paul Higgins: I think that this is an interesting concept. My first reaction a(and therefore assumption) is that the solitary is important and that sharing and being social about it hurts the process (not referring to blogging, etc but the writing of books). I try to live by the rule “strong views, weakly held” (not always successfully).(via emergentfutures)
Simple, smart, practically free, and it makes an amazing case study. Nice work!
More questions than answers here, but maybe that’s OK.
Both creativity and eccentricity may be the result of genetic variations that increase cognitive disinhibition—the brain’s failure to filter out extraneous information.
When unfiltered information reaches conscious awareness in the brains of people who are highly intelligent and can process this information without being overwhelmed, it may lead to exceptional insights and sensations.” —The Unleashed Mind: Why Creative People Are Eccentric: Scientific American (via wildcat2030)