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EarthSea-Keepers Swift Trust ...

         kupsyc418 ... NetImpact

 

 

When I see, I remember. When I do, I learn. - Confucius

 

Education Futures / Building a Leapfrog University v5.0

 

ALL-WinWin Sustainable Wellbeing Mission: Generate alternative presents, pasts, and futures, because the personal manipulation of virtual time confers almost godly powers over the dead hands of pasts, the conformities of presents, and the remoteness of futures.

 

JCCC ProQuest Citeshttp://www.acctts.com/Eco-Futures/EarthScience/Swift-Trust-Framework_Virtual-RDTeam-Tactics_6301pm.htm

 

Also see: http://futurethought.pbwiki.com/blogs

 ABC-StoryTech_People-vs-Process_7309RTF.rtf (1.2MB)

 

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CONCLUSION

The virtual research and development organization is an excellent example of an organization that facilitates organizational learning. Virtual research organizations provide a superior alternative to traditional R&D and cross-functional models of new product development by improving the overlap between innovation and organizational learning.

 

The primary benefit of the virtual research and development organization is the leveraging of experiences and application of this knowledge to current development programs. By building on experience more effectively, firms should be capable of developing less costly, higher quality, and superior performing new products more quickly.

 

Organizational learning: Implications of a virtual research and development organization

Terry R AdlerB J ZirgerAmerican Business Review West Haven:Jun 1998.  Vol. 16,  Iss. 2,  p. 51-60 (10 pp.)

 

Return to:  Cognitive Science

 

Source ... What is the state of trust in online social networks?

The poll closes at midnight on Friday, September 19th. You will receive an e-mail with the final results on Monday, September 22nd

 

I am conducting a poll of insiders' opinions about trust in online social networks, and would appreciate 3 minutes of your time to tell me whether you agree or disagree with 10 brief statements.

 

In appreciation, you will receive the final poll results and exclusive access to new insights from a study on Global Supply Chain Risk Management and Trust I recently completed with Aberdeen Group. 

 

Here is a link to the poll:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=QQIMGDHTJPgVAQVdkaulUw_3d_3d

Thank you for participating!

Regards,

Alex Todd

CEO

Trust Enabling Strategies

http://trustenablement.com/

 


thinkLets wiki / WhalesTale (Pass Down the Line Leadership ...)

http://www.futurethought.org -- Institute for Future Thought Leadership (i4FTL)

... INTERdependence <-(QRx2-Fishbone Diagram: Re*Cycles ... PH-Day insights) ...

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OCTA-Trails & Tales mapXchange:

Given the Indian emphasis on hunting, it is hardly surprising that white travelers sometimes witnessed an Indian buffalo hunt. In 1853, Phoebe Judson vividly described one such hunt which took place somewhere between Chimney Rock and Fort Laramie.

While a party of Indians were pursuing a band of buffalo, they surrounded them within plain view of our encampment. The buffalo dashed around furiously in a vain effort to get away, but to whatever point they galloped they were met by the Indians, who were mounted on active little ponies and armed with bows and arrows, with which they slaughtered over 30 buffalos. When one would break through the circle it was quickly overtaken and brought down the arrows of the dexterous Sioux. This was a very exciting scene and greatly enjoyed, especially by the men of our company.

 

Whales Tale-StoryTech Hyperportal(cc) ...

with Graphical Table of Contents (GTOC): http://www.acctts.co/recyclingsteps/ 

 

 

 OK-State-Swift-Trust_EndNotes_052406RTF.rtf (1.2MB)

 PositiveCodeofConduct.pdf


 

 

 

Crisis planning systems: tools for intelligent action - System ...

that new understanding to develop creative crisis-management strategies.

In providing a group decision support environment,

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    Understanding the Victory Disease, from the Little Bighorn to Mogadishu ...

    ... 359 - Lessons Not Learned: The U.S. Navy’s Status Quo Culture

    ... 67.118.51.201/bol/DeweyResults.cfm?DeweyP=3 …

pagePlausible Denial FAQ

Understanding the Victory Disease, from the Little Bighorn to Mogadishu ...

... 359 - Lessons Not Learned: The U.S. Navy’s Status Quo Culture

... 67.118.51.201/bol/DeweyResults.cfm?DeweyP=3

 

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    obstruction of justice) (sentenced to 30 months plus 2 years supervised release, a fine of $250,000,

    and a special assessment of $400; sentence commuted to 2 years supervised release, a fine of $250,000,…

     

  • pagePeace Now

    (AP) In a matter of months, Rachel Corrie went from the orderly peace

    ... informant38.blogspot.com/2003_03_01_archive.html


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KELP-UI "Eco-Challenge Courses"

"Emergency Shiphandling School" to learn survival skills needed ...
Upon successfully completing this well-crafted San Diego, CA simulator program, ...
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I = Influence?

 

 
 

in·flu·ence [ín floo ənss]

noun (plural in·flu·enc·es)

1.

effect on something: the effect of something on a person, thing, or event

  • ·  Picasso's influence on the course of 20th-century art

2.

power to sway: the power that somebody has to affect other people's thinking
or actions by means of argument, example, or force of personality

  • ·

3.

special advantage: the power or authority that comes from wealth, social status, or position

4.

somebody who can sway another: somebody or something able to affect the course of events or somebody's thinking or action

  • ·

5.

stars' effect on people: in astrology, an emanation that is believed to come from the stars and planets and to affect human characteristics, personality, and actions

M = Mentoring  

 
 

men·tor·ing [méntəring]

noun

 

acting as mentor: the task of acting as a mentor to somebody,
especially a junior colleague, or the system of appointing mentors

 

P = Presponse (Failure-Mode & Effects Analysis Systems Thinking)

A = Accountable 

 
 

ac·count·a·ble [ə kówntəb'l]

adjective

1.

responsible: responsible to somebody or for something

2.

able to be explained: capable of being explained (formal)


-ac·count·a·bil·i·ty
[ə kòwntə bíllətee], noun

C = Competent 

 
 

com·pe·tence [kómpət'nss]

noun

1.

ability: the ability to do something well, measured against a standard,
especially ability acquired through experience or training

  • ·
  • ·
 
 
 
 
 
 

T = Teamwork 

 
 

team·work [tm wùrk]

noun

1.

cooperative work by group: a cooperative effort by a group or team

2.

work produced by group: work produced by a group or team

 

 

 

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