"The key to engagement in this sort of approach, I think is motivation. Knowledge Management (KM) systems were introduced years ago (when KM was a buzz word) that were suppose to "capture corporate knowledge".
LOL, How funny you found me here. Playing and teaching piano has gotten me where I am at today. Interpreting symbols, applying empathy to interpret a peice, execution and practice practice practice. I am glad you've been inspired to…"
"Hello Ravila how are you?
It's been some time since we've spoken. It's amazing that we have come from you giving me piano instructions, to you taking the lead in the IT Network Security field in your region, to me starting my business…"
I have been thinking about this post for a couple of days on how to wrap my mind around the heart of the problem from that post, from a BM perspective.
Fundamentally I think the problem lies in the client segment area, not the value…"
HI Hubbers, I am writing you to request a bit of feedback to a friend of mine. He recently attended a BPM conference. There was a presentation around the BPM software and it's weaknesses. I suggested that one of the reasons BPM software does not address the enterprise needs of a business is because the requirements are not gathered from the right audience. Please go here, read his summary and provide feedback as to what would help to build better BPM solutions. …See More
What fun. My contributions below:
Channels - Web 2.0 (Facebook, Twitter, UTube, Flicker)
Customer Relationships - "Why you should love soccer", "Join the soccer movement" (this for attracting new fans)
Here are some of my musing. I do agree that evolutionary goal setters (EGS) may indeed be primarily left-brained in their thinking and revolutionary goal setters (RGS) right-brained (e.g. creative). However when evolution vs. revolution is…"
"Two simple questions for which the answers may be complex. Based on experience, conversations and observations the success of systemic business modeling correlates to the learning type of the organization. In the states there is traditional and…"
Why are you passionate about business models and business model innovation?
I come from the Information Security/Assurance/Privacy sector. While our industry is very robust on the tactical side, we seem to lack accepted and or standard business tools on the strategic side. Business modeling is the tool that may help assist those who have a strategic focus.
How would you best describe your level of expertise when it comes to business models?
What industry do you mainly work in (e.g. financial services, telco, utilities, public sector, academia, pharma...)?
What is the size of the organization you work for?
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Hello Ravila how are you?
It's been some time since we've spoken. It's amazing that we have come from you giving me piano instructions, to you taking the lead in the IT Network Security field in your region, to me starting my business in the Information Technology field in my area. I appreciate this forum in which we can learn, enlighten, and share critical information in order to become better indivuals who provide better solutions to our customers/clients, and community, in our respective fields.