A Tweet-stream from social-media guru Oscar Berg caught my eye this morning, because it’s highly relevant to the architecture of the enterprise: successful social business design requires insight that business has always been social // the difference now from then …

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Like Oscar Berg, I’ve been decidedly underwhelmed at Andrew McAfee’s response to our critiques of his definition of ‘Enterprise 2.0’. To me he hasn’t addressed any of the critique at all. For what it’s worth, I posted a comment to …

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Continuing the theme of the dangers of term-hijack, is the current usage of the term ‘economics’ the worst term-hijack ever? In almost all references to ‘economics’ these days, it’s clear that the term is meant to mean ‘money on a …

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Forgot to mention some new posts up on the SideWise weblog: What do shareholders own? – rethinking the implications of ‘ownership’ in business, particularly the notion that the shareholders own the company The reverse-test – on a nicely sardonic post …

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Following up a recommendation from Shawn Callahan of Australian narrative-knowledge consultancy Anecdote, I’ve started a new weblog, thinking side-wise. This existing weblog has developed a more technical emphasis around enterprise architecture, together with an assortment of other personal themes, all …

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Realised that the free-download reference-sheets from the Tetradian Enterprise Architecture books would be useful to have up on Slideshare as well, so have uploaded them there for more general accessibility than solely from the Tetradian Books website. “A framework for …

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