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Ultratopia

November 30, 2006

a technoartistic visual conception – need to look at it more closelyUltratopia

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UnderstandingLab-Visual thinking to accelerate innovation

September 24, 2006

Their claim: Constructing, Communicating, Untangling Innovation. Worth a look. UnderstandingLab: ” “

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The One Right Answer

April 2, 2006

Understanding the nature of collaboration is like looking for a black cat in a dark room. Creating the definitive principles of collaboration and collaborative events is like looking for a black cat in a dark room where there is no cat. Finding the one perfect design for a particular collaborative event between human beings is […]

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Neutrality

March 20, 2006

Our approach to consulting is collaborative in nature and requires facilitation of meetings and design sessions at various points in the engagement. Out of the 1960’s the mantra for facilitators was neutral servant of the group. In order to allow all ideas a place at the table, it was important for the facilitator to be […]

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Perspective

March 10, 2006

On our bookshelf at home we have a copy of Perspective and Freehand Drawing, a high school or college textbook printed in 1919. I was sitting in a chair in the family room and happened to catch the title while scanning the books. It’s a book for architects. The first part teaches how to use […]

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The New Diversity

January 6, 2005

Computer scientists have known for many years that with enough eyeballs, all bugs are easy. Michigan professor Scott Page told us this at a recent conference. In other words, all problems can be looked at in such a way that they appear to be simple to solve. Each of us brings a set of tools […]

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