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Beyond Competitive Strategy

For 30 years competitive strategy (the five forces, portfolio analysis, learning, new market development, blue oceans) has determined how we think strategy. Competitive strategy was built on the 19th Century Prussian military understanding that business could be described through strategic … Continue reading

31. May 2009 by Philipp
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Peer Distributing Beer

We still live in the infancy of peer production as a mode of collective action, in a sort of 1770s Great Britain. Therefore, we are still easily surprised and have not lost the sense of wonder, when we look at … Continue reading

26. May 2009 by Philipp
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Fabrics of Trust

Massive/enhanced collaboration is such a new phenomena that we still do not know what it can really do for us. Are Wikipedia and Couchsurfing a small organizations because they have very few staff? Or big, because many people collaborate? Is  … Continue reading

15. May 2009 by Philipp
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