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June 21, 2007

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Michael Sampson

It was great to meet you finally Bill. Thanks for the story-format of your talk. M.

Didier Masse

Perhaps could we think that collaborative work looks like a Web2.0 attitude in everyday work. This could be implemented in respect of old and new habits of e-Working in an international environment. I could say that people attitude makes things easier to implement that's why I totally agree with 90% people and 10% technology.

To know more about collaborative work:

http://www.journaldunet.com/solutions/temoignage/temoignage/28691/un-outil-de-success-stories-en-interne-et-en-externe/

Didier Masse
SCOR Group - Reinsurance

John Maloney

Hi --

Thanks for your post.

This sort of remark is a red herring. It is an old saw.

It was good to mention the big elephant-in-the-room specifically, "...the investment patterns generally still run exactly the opposite by these same people."

Please, they say, "Doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result is the definition of insanity."

Silly, under-financed enterprise aphorisms like, "...90% people and 10% technology..." make me wince. They are useless without specific steps to evolve the thinking, investment, methods and techniques.

Enterprise incumbents will never balance this formula until it makes economic and business sense. 'Co-evolution of Value' is the current thinking and robust methods like value networks, that master intangibles, are the current and future methods. Value networks are all open content, open source. See:

http://www.value-networks.com/

-j
http://2idi.com/contact/=jheuristic

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