Recognition and leadership.

It’s just about saying thank you. And the impact is really powerful, but it’s unlikely to find a robust appreciation policy even a strategy anywhere. And this is an too amazing workflow to bond and strengthen the team to despise it: recognition and leadership should be always considered together. Starting to practice appreciation, little by […]

Read More…

PostModernism, WWW and Mass Media. Concept Map.

A picture is worth a thousand words although it is not always easy to find good pictures for the ideas you have about complex constructions like postmodernism. I loved CmapTools Concept Maps they are in some way a simplification of a UML analysis. And sometimes those Concept Maps are the only way to graphically explain […]

Read More…

Fundamentals of remote training for companies

From remote training towards learning communities Autopoietic systems introduced by Maturana & Varela are processes networks with a purpose and the ability to take actions to assure their persistence. One example: learning communities. And this is what a company is (especially if operating in the Knowledge economy). A company is a well connected relational network where knowledge […]

Read More…

Slogans in Internet-based peers communication

Mottos are used widely in Web 2.0. This is not surprising, as the system wasn’t created for democracy or participation, but for the consumer society and business [1], and we all know that mottos and their close relatives, the slogans, are the ABC of advertising. Moreover, the consumer-seller relationship does not occur as peers. Although […]

Read More…