Exploring the connections between public and private sectors, political and legal drivers and components of sustainable development.
Posts Tagged: Ecosystem
Transparency sounds like a great goal, a key attribute that people point to when they discuss the benefits of social media and nearly every social+ framework. Why wouldn’t transparency make sense, the concept makes us think of pulling aside the curtain (picture the Wizard of Oz), eliminating hidden deals, hidden agendas, working purely for theRead… Read more »
As we continue to explore The Social Ecosystem it is time we discuss The Social Unit. The Social Unit is the smallest part and represents both people as well as teams. The Social Unit is never the strategic visionary but is responsible for executing the strategies defined by The Social Organization. The two primary attributesRead… Read more »
As you may recall, in part one of defining the Social Organization we discussed a few reasons why we need a new view of the world. We also took time to define The Social Organization in very simple terms: The Social Organization will use standard approaches that make it easy for customers/citizens to find andRead… Read more »