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October, 2008


October 31, 2008  9:04 AM

Business Continuity expert talks about lessons movies can teach CIOs

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Podcast here may also interest an experienced or potentially new CTO (perhaps even one associated with becoming the first White House CTO ever at the cabinet level).

October 20, 2008  7:11 PM

Will a universal culture of interdependence increasingly emerge by 2020?

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

Imagine leaders supported by mentors and every level of an organization and of society empowered to mentor each other, to collaborate with greater transparency and trust, and to be more accountable for their own quality while being more willing to accept input, help or validation from others to...


October 19, 2008  4:20 PM

Should leaders have mentors?

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

It may be true that unless you’re making mistakes more challenge is needed. Everyone getting their education this way may however not be best. It may be good to believe in others and to create new leaders and to mentor them so they learn things of value in easy ways. Even experienced leaders may...


October 19, 2008  3:33 PM

New Thought Leaders

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If one of the reasons people stop or slow learning is a reduction in there willingness to accept risk, how do you inspire the principles of continual learning, continual improvement, kaisen etc. type thinking innately within your organization? When the world loses a foremost thought leader (


October 19, 2008  1:13 PM

Embedded Intelligence

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

What can you do to make quality increasingly inherent or to further embed intelligence… do you hold an invisible “third job” without knowing it?

Anyone who underestimates the revolutionary character of today's changes is living an illusion. —


October 19, 2008  11:11 AM

How might blogging affect the evolution of…

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

How might blogging affect the evolution of due diligence, open disclosure, copyrights, and giving credit where due by 2020? When thinking about the question consider this: in life, paths you explore may not always be clear or provide up-front certainty and as you go forward on potential paths it...


October 19, 2008  4:20 AM

Leadership is…

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

It may be that as each person practices humility and develops a mindset that opens them to connecting to and maturing common wisdoms, they are helping to enable the powerful intentions of something far greater than ego and pride. It may be that all can be leaders, and that leadership is about...


October 18, 2008  4:42 PM

Inspire Trust (intrinsically and pervasively)

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

Perhaps you feel that what some call transition is innately change taking place. Perhaps you see change as an external event. Perhaps you feel to be most effective it must first be an internal one.


October 9, 2008  4:20 PM

10 out of 10, a recorded Sept ’08 event you may want to look in on

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

David Suzuki – Campus Tour BTW, you may also enjoy some Currents reading about CNA, including an article about an instructor who recently was chair for the first World...


October 8, 2008  6:49 PM

A 10.10.2008 event that may interest you

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

Here’s a 10.10.2008 event that may interest you. Below are a few words that may also.  It is good to be proactive while...


October 7, 2008  4:20 PM

The Cloud and beyond

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

Sharing awareness of a couple of Internet Evolution items: i) blog post about cyberspace protection and Einstein...


October 3, 2008  7:11 PM

Cloud Computing… by 2020 will it be virtually a norm?

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

Today a reader shared this bit of info on cloud computing. Indented are a few related words that are interesting. Also of potential interest may be


October 3, 2008  12:02 PM

Learning is treasures within a continual journey

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

It may be true that the hardest part of science, and perhaps of continually combining unity and diversity to enable greater dimensions of intrinsic and pervasive common wisdom and social responsibility, is finding the right questions. It may also be true that balance will always be innately...


October 2, 2008  7:03 PM

Surfing, Sharing and Loving Country Living

Ron Richard Profile: Ron Richard

Doing a bit of surfing and sharing (then back to loving country living). Here are a couple of items noted today that anyone may wish to look into: i) a podcast that apparently shares ways one can become a better leader (speaker is the President of...


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