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Jan 30 2008   11:11AM GMT

Evolving quality and value, and rebuilding the capacity for intelligent collaboration

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After years of digging, sharing and dialogues with friends, this post has emerged. Hopefully it somehow contributes toward further evolving quality and value, and rebuilding the capacity for intelligent collaboration.

What is intelligent collaboration? Perhaps it is all which has the potential to help stimulate increased sharing and the increased exploration of higher purposes and of the needs and opportunities for rebuilding worth, the (quality, value and human) equation, thought leadership, and the capacity for increased intelligent collaboration throughout the entire universe. On this page KPMG says, they are committed to making a real difference to the communities in which they operate, and that they believe corporate social responsibility is at the heart of all great organizations. And here it is said, “the Internet is starting to replicate more closely how humans interact and collaborate naturally“.

When one thinks about what may help in the next part (3) of software quality and the web to have and increase widespread adoption of advances, perhaps one part of the answer to increasing intelligent collaboration is related to knowledge exchange and blogging. In today’s world blogging is capable of sharing relative to virtually any type of advance. For example there is a blog related to Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (which this Accessory Highway notes “is a special technology where high quality audio can be streamed from one device (your mobile phone) to another (your stereo headset) via Bluetooth technology”). Perhaps other parts of the answer to increasing intelligent collaboration are link exchanges and ethical cyber marketing that actively follows good practice.

When you think of the largeness of “reported” errors, corruption and unethical practice, and when you recognize the largeness of such things that are unreported and not fought (favoring instead to continue living paths of least resistance), you may begin to see that one high purpose that may need significant advances, and widespread adoption of related advances, is ethics, and ethical contributions towards rebuilding the capacity for intelligent collaboration.

Perhaps the world should more so increasingly unify communications innately around ethics, in order to produce advances in ethics, and in order to find ethical ways that help overcome hurdles to the widespread adoption of advances in ethics. Perhaps another area of high purpose where advances are needed, along with widespread adoption, is related to rebuilding worth.

To some performing a tedious boring task in hopes of it leading to an $80/hr (40 hours a week) contract may be worth their time. For others they may prefer having one fairly decent day’s pay a month, so they can freely give many more hours in the month to digging and blogging in order to increase the value inherent to the idea of more so increasingly helping the growth and maturing of a global community of practice and knowledge sharing. In the next part (3) of software quality and the web, it just may be that important functions are not wholly internal to your organization, as a friend of a friend once suggested the offshoot (global chief knowledge officer) of his Chief Technology Officer role was.

To advance knowledge, related to various important topics such as ethics, the future needs important functions to be more so and increasingly intrinsic and pervasive, so knowledge is shared more so within and external to many organizations. In this way, all shall more so gain. In this way, there more so will be a rebuilding of worth (individual and universal) to greater upwards and inwards dimensions within people, within products, within processes and so on, including relative to rebuilding the capacity for intelligent collaboration within and throughout our world and universe.   

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