Researching Research: The Blind Spot of Objectivity

Researching Research: The Blind Spot of Objectivity

There is only a perspective seeing, only a perspective knowing; and the more affects we allow to speak about one thing, the more eyes, different eyes we can use to observe one thing, the more complete will our “concept” of…

Organisational Innovation and the SPACE Framework

In a recent article that payed homage to the work of Peter Drucker, John Hagel reiterated the argument that he and John Seely Brown developed in their recently published research paper, Institutional Innovation. The argument states that with the increasing…

The Amplification of Networks

Over the period of the last ten to fifteen years a number of significant changes have taken place that have affected the dynamics of knowledge production and consumption. To begin to understand the compound effects of these changes, the question we…

The Creativity Complex

The Creativity Complex

Along with the rising notion of innovation, the concept of ‘creativity’ has gained a significant place in the ideal skill set of the modern professional. This readymade sign of originality, novelty or invention has taken on a convenience value as…

Models Versus Events: When the World Refuses to Compute

Models Versus Events: When the World Refuses to Compute

The calculating exactness of practical life which has resulted from the money economy, corresponds to the ideal of natural science, namely that of transforming the world into an arithmetical problem and of fixing every one of its parts in mathematical…