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Using Design to Change Behavior

Are there approaches that businesses could use, too, to influence behaviors on a micro level, and gain benefits on a macro one? via Again Tim Brown of IDEO on change approaches and instruments: – Create simple, new digital tools to provide feedback – Invent for the future consumer, not the present customer – Be […]

BookMooch: exchange books and trade them, like a book swap or book barter

via Looks interesting, some information at LibraryThing (“How to book mooch”). Peer-to-peer-uncommerce? Posted via web from stirring the frogpond

Will the Open Web Change the Game?

IBM’s Web-based approach is distinctly different than the document-centric world of Sharepoint. It’s this Web-oriented, open approach that may prove to be the difference for IBM. We’ll have to see. Microsoft remains the major power in the enterprise. Its future is in proprietary systems. But who knows. As the cloud becomes more a part of […]

25 Products That Might Just Change The World

via Wishlisted … “Emily Pilloton is the founder and executive director of Project H Design, a nonprofit that aims to change the world through the power of design. Her recent book, Design Revolution: 100 Products That Empower People, is available now from Metropolis Books.” Posted via web from stirring the frogpond

Change by Design and the Design of Business

via This is a short and lively review, Chris Brogan does it in just about a minute – recommending Change by Design: How Design Thinking Transforms Organizations and Inspires Innovation by Tim Brown. Don’t know if I should do it that short with my own review of Roger Martin’s “The Design of Business” – […]

Do people resist change?

I don’t believe people resist change at all. I do believe that systems resist change – this is a typical pattern of complex systems, as a result of their auto-poietic behavior. People have concerns, purposes and circumstances. If we acknowledge them, they will cooperate. If we neglect them, they will not cooperate. … writes Holger […]

OSMB: Collaboration changes the game (in application development, too)

Today I’m at the OSMB conference and posting and twittering notes, most of those notes will be posted over at my frogpond Enterprise Collaboration blog (see e.g. Open Source Meets Business (OSMB) – Tag 1 and Trendstudie Open Source im Unternehmen, german language alas). Something with a more BMID-twist is the session “Collaboration Contagion – […]