Posts Tagged ‘governance’

I had the pleasure of being invited along to one of Simon Wardley’s Leading Edge Forum dinners last week. Kate Craig-Wood did a great job of summing it up so I don’t have  to:   I hope to return to the questions of corporate irrationality in another post. The dinner was under Chatham House Rules, […]


I got into a conversation earlier in the week with a techie friend about the merits of SSDs, which we both use these days for our main machines. It look a odd left turn when he said: Funny part for me is that I truly believe the SSD revolution will result in a swing back […]


There’s a passage on governance in Clay Shirky’s Cognitive Surplus that I really like: ‘Groups tolerate governance, which is by definition a set of restrictions, only after enough value has accumulated to make the burden worthwhile. Since that value builds up only over time, the burden of the rules has to follow, not lead.‘ It […]