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Referendums on the transformation to direct democracy, might start with Electricity Pacts in Europe, USA and OAS is a GMH post that invites for your contribution to an ongoing generative dialogue t...

This is the fourth update of the GMH blog post Applying #Jobsism to transform current global #Fordism marketing myopia. Please tell us what you think about that.    ...

Are you ready to take short term risks to help create the long term reward of the systemic civilization? is the original GMH post, that says the following : Under the blog post Drawing Ins...

"[Y]ou can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in...

This is the "Third update: How much does Greece matter to the 99.9%? As a starter, Should the Electricity Pact be redesigned?" of the GMH post A Systemic Civilization Global Declaration o...

"Where To From Here? Silicon Valley Is Not Alone. Joint Action In Moving Forward say Steve Denning. I ask if is it towards the Systemic civilization?" is the complete header of the sixth...

From Steve Pullins' blog post NY Prize - Very Interesting, I selected and compressed a quote shown below to make the title in order to concentrate on a customer orientation under great markets....

This is inspired by the idea adaptation of more than two centuries ago that "China's had ruled-out industrialization not by ignorance, but by political decision," on the interesting a...

If "Neoliberalism" is systemic corruption under passive agreement, what's intelligent dissent in the Electricity Pact? is the complete title of this post. That text is the Third Updat...

As a complement to the post The end of soaring inequality can start with "demand-side economics" on electricity, under the article 15-M, four years on: caught between rupture and regenera...

This is a copy of the original GMH post After a million total views in EWPC Blog, a climate change architecting hypothesis breakthrough for COP21 Note 1: the following systems archit...

Sucess is not a measure from what you receive. It is measure from what you give. Here is the second update now with 1,000,000 total views on top to the EWPC Blog full access index first...

What follows is the Second update of to the GMH post Michael Spence: structural flexibility for labor adaptation is for services not manufacturing. Should the Dominican Republic turn around its ele...

Contrary to the main title of the December 2012 post, Law of the Situation: the utilities did not understand, we need to admit that utilities understood very well how to avoid the Law of the Situat...

The original version of The end of soaring inequality can start with "demand-side economics" on electricity comes from its GMH Blog post. "You never change things by fighting...

Please take a close look at the GMH blog post Should we waste the opportunity of an institutional innovation on the Electric Pact to start to leap Capitalism from Good to Great?, whose summary says...

The GMH post Why global Middle-Class Indignados should unite to demand strategies of trajectory is what’s needed to shift away from the very inferior path leading to the Second Midd...

The GMH blog post Can 10 questions above politics help forecast a new world order in 2015? Version 0.0, has 5 sections: 1) Decalogue Summary, 2) Introduction, 3) Background, 4) The Decalogue’...

I just learned that I have been writing about business model innovations when I should be calling it institutional innovations on this Blog. Please consider every one of those mentions to be replac...

 
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