Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Year of Slacktivism and Hacktivism

This has been the year in which the words ‘slacktivism’ and ‘hacktivism’ made it into the collective dictionary.    In the eyes of many political and social campaigners, what often passes for protest in the digital world – signing an online petition or changing your profile picture on Facebook to demonstrate your support for a [...]

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Introducing Loose

The core argument in my new book is that all institutions need to adopt a looser approach to the way that they operate if they are to survive and thrive in our highly complex world. Agility, flexibility and the ability to improvise will become the defining characteristics of successful businesses, whilst those institutions that rely [...]

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