Transparency, Authenticity and the New Models for Life and Work
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Change the Way We All See Business
Change the Way We Work Together
Change Ourselves: Everybody is a Producer.
1. We will first profoundly understand transparency.
Technology and human decency have begun to intersect with knowledge management tools.
At one time the concern was that the power of government -- Big Brother -- would become so intrusive, our basic freedoms would be inhibited, then lost.
But the fact is, we have begun watching each other. Transparency has become one of the by-products of the Internet. It is not be a matter of choice; it is simply the new reality of this hyper-connected world in which we live.
We can "get over it" and then begin looking at it as a benefit.
2. We will then learn what it means to be entirely authentic.
My father, George Muir Camber, often said that "The government can not legislate morality." We must be moral because there is something about decency, ethics, and integrity that lifts us to a higher order. Our first principles statement addresses this point.
The BICEPS Model. Yet, in the new realities of day, children are learning that with a $200 computer that can instantly do key things that once only corporations could do:
1. Broadcast: YouTube is both the metaphor and the reality.
The value model for business is changing faster than our thinking about it.
3. New Models for Life and Work
Our national trade association have a key educational role for its current membership. We have a key role with the leadership because we all must be redefining ourselves every day. Every national trade association will have a new role with their members of the future. And with that, we go to the new business model, page 12.
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