What are data, information, knowledge? – or wisdom, for that matter? How should we distinguish between them? – and why? And are such distinctions useful in a business context? Sure, it’s an old theme, and one I’ve written about elsewhere …

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The media response was predictable, I suppose: sometimes considered and thoughtful – ‘France offers us all a new perspective‘ – but often sarcastic or dismissive – ‘Sarkozy proposes the joie de vivre index‘. Yet the recent report on economics models …

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Delighted to see that Shawn Callahan and some of his Anecdote colleagues who I worked with in Melbourne are coming ‘oop North’ to run a series of narrative-knowledge / business-storytelling workshops in London in June 2009. Shawn was the one …

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Yup, I’ve been at it again – getting more of my previous material from the past few years out into printed-book form. This one’s Power and Response-ability: the human side of systems – click the link or the graphic for …

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A useful email correspondence about SEMPER with enterprise architect Sally Bean brought up a couple of questions which others are likely to ask, so I thought I’d put the answers up here: 1: “are the labels always meaningful?” I hope …

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