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March 30, 2011

A Case for Authenticity

In the Oral world, the message was connected to the messenger.  The messenger was part of our community.  We knew his or her family. We knew character. The Print world gave the message wings, and suddenly it could go far beyond the messenger.  Words  could spark a revolution far from home.  The message stood on  …

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March 28, 2011

Authenticity and Digital World Relationships

From the pages of the Millennium Matrix This new generation will develop a keen sense of verifying relationships (they will sniff out reliability and authenticity). Once validated, they will impart a higher level of trust. These will not simply be the relationships of mutual self-interest that seem to pervade many in the Broadcast generation (mainly  …

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March 25, 2011

A needed skill for connecting in the digital world…

The Oral World had bards and storytellers.  The Print World had authors and journalists.  The Broadcast World had TV personalities and screenwriters. And the Digital World has begun with bloggers and producers of webisodes. To really connect in the digital world, there are new skillsets needed. One of those skills is the visualization of data.   …

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March 23, 2011

Data Deluge

According to Gartner, the amount of data produced around the world will grow by 650% over the next few years, and 80% of it will be unstructured. This data deluge creates both challenges and opportunities. In terms of managing data, the solutions are relatively simple.  New forms of data storage. More efficient server space and  …

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March 21, 2011

The Magic of a Digital World

From the pages of the Millennium Matrix… The ability to communicate—readily, at great distances, in robes of light—is so crucial and coveted that in the Bible it is embodied only in angels. Distance is a fundamental premise of a material world. . . . When anyone can transmit any amount of information, any picture, any  …

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March 18, 2011

How social media terminology is changing the conversation about communication

New methods of communictation not only change the way we transmit information back and forth, but they also change the way we think about communication. Social media hasn’t simply added the following buzz words to our lexicon, but has shifted the meaning of them and shaped what is important to us in communication. Source of definitions:   …

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March 16, 2011

Smart Growth

I recently ran across a post by Umair Haque on the Harvard Business Review called the Smart Growth Manifesto which makes the point: Reigniting growth requires rethinking growth.   The conversation about growth bridges worlds.  Companies, governments, communities, churches and educational institutions plot projections and make plans based on assumptions about growth. Haque emphasizes that “not all growth is  …

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March 14, 2011

Challenges for the Church

From the pages of the Millennium Matrix… I am a businessman with a degree in theology and communications. I have spent the last thirty years researching social change through the lens of communications. Our business works exclusively with organizations that are growing or changing, so I’ve seen organizations attempt to integrate changing technology into their  …

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March 11, 2011

Pursuing change in ourselves to create change in the organization

Perhaps one of the most important ingredients to personal change is the ability to be open. In the book, the Naked Presenter, author Garr Reynolds–who happens to live in Japan and is known for applying Japanese thinking to the art of presentation–talks about the symbolism of bamboo. Reynolds writes, “Find wisdom in emptiness…One cannot fill  …

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March 9, 2011

Courage when leaders pursue change

When a leader wants to “fix” the organization, they are speaking from outside. The journey of the leader is to bring their story into the story of their organization. To shift his/her own participation in the brokenness of the organization. The thing is that it takes courage to do this. To see the problem in  …

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