The End of Change
Extract of book by Arthur D.Little people Peter Scott Morgan, Erik Hoving, Arnoud van der Slot, and Henk Smit.
Uses Pyramid, Cube, Cylinder & Sphere analogies in the obligatory Boston Consulting Group 2×2 grid to charaterise different organisation styles affecting change processes – (How easy is it to move one of these shapes in any given direction, and what profile would that change have ?). Intended as an antidote to change fatigue, where constant stream of “new initiatives” is ultimately self-defeating. Suggests exploiting organisational culture to embed the appropriate style of flexibility, learning and motivation for improvement and innovation. (Cf MBA dissertation on this subject.)
Digital Web Magazine The web designer’s online magazine of choice (sic).
What Good is Information Architecture Anyway?
Jan 22, 2002 Blog entry from Louis Rosenfeld
with some discussion & feedback too.
Thinking For A Living
“Quantity begets quality. If you want to find the answer, ask as many questions as possible first”
“Genius is the ability to edit.” – Charlie Chaplin quoted from
Thinking For A Living: Creating Ideas That Revitalize Your Business, Career & Life – by Joey Reiman, summarised in The Creative Process of Ideation, published on Brand Era Readings, spotted by Blog Thinking Around the Corners
[Reminds me of the workplace cartoon – “I can’t stop to think just now, I’m working”.]
Clifford A. Pickover’s Home Page
Prolific mystic science author with impressive collection of fractal graphics to boot.
(Also part of “The Infinite Fractal Loop”)
Marius Watz’s SITOme
Fractal Art Showcase
Monkey Moves Computer Cursor by Thoughts Alone
By E.J. Mundell NEW YORK (Reuters Health)
It may seem like science fiction, but scientists say they have developed a technology that enables a monkey to move a cursor on a computer screen simply by thinking about it.