Monthly Archives: September 2010

About Wealth Distribution, Social Activism, Journalism, Paradigm Innovation and Money: Questions around Diffusion of Uncomfortable Knowledge

Here I am again with my endless trans-disciplinary quest to understand our World. In my quest, yesterday, I bounced by chance upon two articles. And it appeared to me they were related to a recent encounter and a paradigm changing … Continue reading

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Esa Saarinen on “The Radicalism of Phelpsian Good Economy”

Dear Friends, Esa Saarinen is one of the most original and creative Minds I have encountered. He is a philosopher. I would call him philosopher for “ordinary people”. I intend on my blog to present the people who have most … Continue reading

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9/11 Lessons of Resilience, Empire, the Future of Management and Freedom

A few days ago I was flipping through a book called “Leadership in a Wiki World” by Rod Collins. It’s a good book, but not as fundamental as Freedom Inc, written by Carney and Getz or The Future of Management, … Continue reading

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Four days spent as an Autistic: what has this to do with Freedom

I spent 4 days concentrated on writing a memo for a large private organization. Writing suggestions on how they could draw the highest possibilities out of an initiative aimed at mobilizing a fairly large number of their employees, organised in … Continue reading

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Two mindbogging videos on education

Breaktrough action on education from an Indian Teacher and uncomfortable knowledge on the same subject from a UK aristocrat. Continue reading

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Hello Friends from the World

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