The country is in a recession, and Washington is tangling over how to create new jobs, but, according to a new paper from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, there’s a fairly simple potential source of them sitting right under our noses.
L’intelligence collective attire beaucoup de personnes qui pensent qu’il s’agit d’un concept ou d’une méthode pour en finir avec des organisations pyramidales d’un autre âge, pour en finir avec la hiérarchie qui opprime et nous transporter dans un monde merveilleux sans chef mais avec des gentils-organisateurs. Les modes collaboratifs non hiérarchiques et tout ce qui est dit “open” en général sont vus comme le modèle de gouvernance de l’avenir. Le reste est “has been” ! Les choses ne sont pas aussi simples…
1) He had only one major publication. 2) It was in Hebrew. 3) It had no references. 4) It wasn't published in a referreed journal. 5) Some even doubt he wrote it by himself. 6) It may be true that he created the world, but what has he done since then? 7) His cooperative efforts have been quite limited. 8) The scientific community has had a hard time replicating his results. 9) He never applied to the ethics board for permission to use human subjects. 10) When one experiment went awry he tried to cover it up by drowning his subjects. 11) When subjects didn't behave as predicted, he deleted them from the sample. 12) Some say he had his son teach the class. 13) He expelled his first two students for learning. 14) He rarely came to class, and he just told students to read the book. 15) Although there were only 10 requirements, most of his students failed his tests. 16) His office hours were infrequent and usually held on a mountaintop.
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High-end fashion brands have a problem. Let’s call it the “Kreayshawn quandary,” after the young Bay Area rapper made famous by the Internet and her hit song “Gucci, Gucci,” which has gotten over 16 million views on YouTube.
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