The metaphor of breaking down walls between workers may be more than a metaphor. Maybe.
Teams are a means, not an end.
Why companies are turning to data-driven AI for hiring
Work chat is good for quick-and-dirty, once-in-awhile discussions, and for team building, but the costs are considerable, since work chat is tiring, obsessive, interruptive, and leads to focusing people’s attention on the near-term, while fracturing our concentration on what’s really important.
We need a revolution in our thinking about business, and how we organize ourselves to accomplish work, as individuals, networks, and businesses
It’s time to move past the stigma attached to laziness, to wool-gathering and staring out the window.
No one wants to move to the future today. We are avoiding it. — Kevin Kelly
It is not the corporation that is in the center, but the intentions and choices of individuals. — Esko Kilpi
We need to move to hyperdemocratic cooperative work, and drop oligarchic management.
Various social effects dampen creativity, while individuals are free of at least some of those effects