For the last several months, people have caught me spouting off on Twitter (and elsewhere, like DevLearn’s General Session) that identity — my identity, in particular — is socially defined. Now it’s time for the rubber to meet the road. I’ve created a Wiki page (using Wikispaces, because they make use of OpenID) to be […]
For the second in what might be a series of documenting #fail, I’d like to answer the question “whatever happened to the Star Wars Management Guide?” Context Almost a year ago, I pondered the idea of having a broad community of geeks, engineers, MBAs and anyone else to collectively write a business book based on […]
I spent a decent amount of time this afternoon drafting out a chapter of the Star Wars Management Guide. I’m hoping by having something up there for people to poke a stick at, it encourages the dozens interested in contributing to start fleshing it out some more.
What if a broader community of geeks, engineers, MBAs and the like were to put together a business book based on lessons learned from Star Wars?
An interesting article just came across my Jaiku feed from the website for Wikinomics. The article sketches what an organization flattened for a knowledge meritocracy would look like. I think it’s a radical shift from what many corporations look like… but looking at all the GenX and GenY workers that are making up the workforce, […]