Daily Archives: February 7, 2012

Self-Organization and The Hierarchy of Institutions

The occupations around the world do not rely on the bureaucratic organizational schemes that Weber described, and they actively fight against the increasing expansion of Ellulian technique. The occupations are self-organizing, they are rhizomatic, and they do not rely on … Continue reading

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#OWS and the Formation of Rhizomatic Associations

A lot of ink has been spilled over whether our digital connections pull us together into a global community or push us apart into our own highly specialized tribes. I do not find either to be very convincing- as they … Continue reading

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Collective Intelligence Literacy – Pierre Lévy

—– For my book in progress on social media literacies, I talked to Pierre Lévy about his specialty, collective intelligence. Howard Rheingold

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Youth Empowerment: The Building Blocks to a More Just and Sustainable Future

“I am completely convinced that youth can and do change the world, everyday. We just have to give them the opportunity,” says Christopher Fontana, Executive Director and co-founder of Global Visionaries. Global Visionaries operates under the core belief that youth … Continue reading

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Complexity Leadership: An Overview and Key Limitations

An overview of the complexity leadership literature is provided. This includes a history of complexity theory and its core concepts, the central propositions of complexity leadership, a review of six prominent frameworks, and a summary of practitioner guidelines. The article … Continue reading

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Understanding the rise of China – Martin Jacques

———– Read also: Cross-Cultural Leadership: How Will China Influence The World?

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