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In the 21st century, then, the industrial era has given way to the social era, and it is time to rethink both how we work and how we organise ourselves to do so.
Terrific blog post by Richard Martin. You should follow Richard on Scoop.it @IndaloGenesis and on Twitter here.
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I picked out this abstract which resonated with me..." a company is like ‘a social network of productive relationships in which stakeholders are deployed where they are of greatest use. It is designed as a flow of input that can come from anywhere in the network. The work is asynchronous in time and place, and people contribute whatever expertise they have, irrespective of rank or experience."
The dynamics of how people relate – to work, to markets, to bosses and to each other – are changing. “Wirearchy” – a dynamic flow of power and authority based on connections and conversations, is emerging as a social dynamic in both business and society.
Jon Husband is a great source of inspiration. He's one of my favorite thinkers in the "future of work" category.
Jon runs an excellent blog, Wirearchy, which you'll find here.
You can follow Jon on Twitter here: @jonhusband and on Google+ here.
Great article on the concept of Wirearchy (the new wired form of hierarchy)