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June 08, 2012


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John Maloney

Hi – This is old hat. Innovative companies have been doing this for years and years. They use well-established techniques like prediction markets and collective intelligence. Meanwhile, subsidiarity and distributed phronesis have been the foundation of innovative knowledge management (KM) for decades. Thing is, it’s uneven. Sadly, HPPO is still pervasive. Maybe this helps with the real barrier to greater innovation and productivity: culture. -j

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