Month: March 2006

Spending time in the Blogsphere

In my last posting I confessed that while I write a blog I don’t spend a lot of time reading others. Well in my efforts to better understand how blogging can be used commercially I’ve been trawling around and reading more blogs. First thing to observe is that I’m more convinced than ever that RSS …

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“Changing your organization” – ACCU conference 19-22 April, Oxford

Don’t think I’ve mentioned this before – but apologies if I have! I’ll be at the ACCU conference in Oxford next month (19-22 April). I’ll be presenting a session entitled “Changing your organization” – although I expect to get roped into a couple of other things. The presentation has been written for a while, well …

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Write a book or start a company? – Lessons for Product Managers and notes on VoIP, eBay and Skype

Some kind of normality has returned. The house move is done – although plenty to do on the new place we can live here quite normally. And my product at work is back to normal, actually that happened about a month ago but I don’t think I mentioned it here. So, with a kind of …

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Business patterns the state of play

For a few years now I’ve been interested in the application of Patterns and Pattern-thinking to the area of business and business strategy. Just to be clear, when I talk of Patterns I’m specifically thinking of the type of Patterns that originated with Christopher Alexander’s work on architecture – see PatternLanguage.com. Alexander explained his theories …

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