“And one thing has become very clear to us about the M&A process – it’s outdated, inefficient, and unnecessarily combative, with too much time and energy spent negotiating deal terms and not enough on what matters most: building great products together and delivering more customer value.” https://www.atlassian.com/blog/technology/atlassian-term-sheet
The technology for our new ecosystem platform features a collaborative, open-source knowledge repository. Natural language artificial Intelligence search algorithms identify, organize, and feature highly relevant content while also and rating and ranking the participating experts. Enterprise search tools powered by machine learning and conversational intelligence, gather unstructured data from across the web pulling out the relevant facts for the best business decisions. Meanwhile, consensus mechanisms rate and reward the best contributing experts.
Identify a ‘brain trust” of like- minded individuals to hone the strategic vision and outline the initial process workflow of the platform. To accelerate our initial efforts, we are now recruiting a co-founding board of directors. In addition, we are seeking growth capital partners to further develop our technology platform, hire professional management, and create inbound marketing, publishing, and other organizational support services.
To learn more about this business expansion opportunity, contact:
Michael R. Nall email@example.com
source: Competence in Complexity Kitbag OnlineSupporting IFFSite search Competence in Complexity The Competence in Complexity programme offers a year-long process for participants to develop their 21st century competencies and to demonstrate them in practice in effective, transformative action. Next ProgrammeMay 2021 – May 2022 The programme is hosted in our online Atelier space, a dedicated virtual space for participants to connect, converse, […]Competence in Complexity – a year-long course from the International Futures Foundation — Systems Community of Inquiry
Linus Tan is a PhD Candidate at Swinburne University of Technology. He researches design and management strategies that enhance collaborations in architecture teams. Prior to his research, Linus worked in operation management in a digital fabrication laboratory and an air force squadron. He can drive a tank but can’t drive a car. Linus’ website is […]Treating networking like a research project — The Research Whisperer
I’m giving myself some open space to think about ‘Learning’ in the broadest sense: consider it some graffiti that i’m spraying over my existing knowledge. This is shared not as a coherent body of work, but rather the things that i am currently most interested in. Today, this concerns evaluation: the ways we measure what […]#WorkingOutLoud on Evaluation — Julian Stodd’s Learning Blog
By looking outside we open up. More and more demands are being placed on us via our customers, suppliers, our regulators and a host of other stakeholders all wanting to contribute into our existing knowledge. The ability to collaborate, to cooperate is coming by purposefully designing ecosystems and platforms We struggle to adapt to these […]Thinking About Relationship and Network Management — Ecosystems 4 innovators
Ecosystems can offer so much connecting value out there to ‘form’ around. The value of breaking down long-standing boundaries is occurring with or without you. Barriers are dissolving as more recognize the need and value of coalescing around a networked ecosystem. The chances for greater, more radical innovation to grow the business comes from exploring […]Connecting future value will come from Ecosystem thinking — Ecosystems 4 innovators
SAN FRANCISCO — Visa (NYSE: V) today announced a global commitment to elevate 50 million small and micro businesses (SMBs) worldwide in an effort to get local communities back to business in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Visa is introducing a range of locally designed programs and solutions to enable SMBs to drive efficiency…Visa to Digitally Enable 50 Million Small Businesses to Power Recovery in Communities Worldwide — Financial Post
We are building the world’s 1st center of excellence for the private company marketplace. We are a peer-to-peer community of carefully selected private business owners, investors, and independent advisors. Freely sharing access to capital sources, knowledge, and best practices, we collaboratively design and implement optimum business outcomes.
Our cloud-based exchange platform features learning and performance solutions to buy, build, and sell private companies for the most value. When it comes to selection, we’re very choosy. We want to give business professionals the time and guidance you deserve.
My work over the last two years has involved diving quite deeply into the ‘Social Currencies’ that bind together (or drive apart) our social context. This is a world governed by gut instinct, feeling, the things we ‘believe’ or hope for. This is the world of our humanity and connection, our community and aspiration. Our […]Human[KIND] — Julian Stodd’s Learning Blog
Good news for archivists, academics, researchers and journalists: Scraping publicly accessible data is legal, according to a U.S. appeals court ruling. The landmark ruling by the U.S. Ninth Circuit of Appeals is the latest in a long-running legal battle brought by LinkedIn aimed at stopping a rival company from web scraping personal information from users’…Web scraping is legal, US appeals court reaffirms — TechCrunch
Apart from a formal bankruptcy (Chapter 7 or 11), there are two basic approaches to maximizing enterprise value for underperforming and/or under-capitalized technology, life science, medical device, digital marketing, information & cyber security and solar companies and their Intellectual property: “Date-Certain M&A Process” and an Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors (ABC). Both of these processes have significant […]The Advantages of a “Date-Certain M&A Process” over an “Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors – ABC” — Blog of Intellectual Capital
All about the many ways of learning…
The main text for my next Social Age Guidebook is now complete, although i feel a fair amount of trepidation around releasing it: it explores Learning Science, with a broad approach to helping people to ‘explore their landscape of curiosity’, and to ‘curate their own discipline’. It’s a pragmatic line: if we can build our personal discipline through a solid understanding of evidence, research, and validity, but also pragmatic tools, then we should be able to move our practice forwards.
I have gone into this work with three objectives: firstly, to help build an understanding of what we actually mean by ‘learning science’ and broader scientific discipline, and what it can do for us (and explicitly, what it cannot do for us), secondly, to help people choose the areas they are most interested in, and thirdly, to explore (through a Learning Map)…
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This is what we’re all about!
This the fourth post in a series of posts about the Five Keys to Progress. If this is the first post that you have ever read on my blog, I would recommend starting with An Introduction to Progress: Mankind’s Greatest Accomplishment. Then I would recommend reading the first post of this series.
In the previous posts in this series, I argued that the concept of the Five Keys of Progress enables us to better under the history of how nations developed and what policies will work in promoting progress today.
The Five Keys to Progress are the fundamental preconditions that must be established for a society to experience progress. All are necessary, but none are sufficient by themselves. Each evolved slowly as individuals solved local problems and then copied what worked.
I also argued that to transition from poverty to progress, a society needs to acquire and maintain…
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SYSTEMS THINKING PRACTITIONER Systems thinking practitioner / Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education As providers start to train the first apprentices, a good time to refresh on this. The specification and requirements for the post-graduate-level apprenticeship (which doesn’t have a specific degree requirement) are above. The official providers page is: https://findapprenticeshiptraining.apprenticeships.education.gov.uk/courses/556 Providers I know of: […]UK Level 7 Systems thinking practitioner apprenticeship / Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education — Systems Community of Inquiry