Tag: relational-asset

Structure, story and relational-assets

This is an attempt to get back towards ‘Normal Service Will Be Resumed…‘ – I don’t know how coherent it will be, but it’s a start, anyway… Over the past few weeks I’ve had a stream of very good questions from Eric

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Assets and services

What is a service? And what do services do? Seems like it’s time to re-explore some of the routine questions that come up almost every day in a service-oriented enterprise-architecture… not least because these questions are right at the core of

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Relational-assets are not ‘possessions’

What happens when someone gets confused about the nature of different types of assets? Short answer: they try to treat everything as ‘possessions’ – and that’s when the lawyers have a field-day… A great example of this is described in

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Charisma, connection and brand

How do we make sense of brands and the like? How do brands actually work? And how does that connect with charisma, with ‘self-as-brand’? The starting point for this one was a re-tweet from narrative-knowledge guru Shawn Callahan: unorder: RT @thaler:

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