The Fractal Nature Of Enterprise 2.0

(And Other Paradigms)

 

From Dominique TURCQ and Daniel CHARLES

Translated by Robert WHITING

 

Boostzone Éditions - Collection: Booster Prospective - November 2011

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To control information, to be able to gain access to constantly moving networks, to manage the permanent innovation revolution... These challenges call for a fundamental change in the enterprise. What will this new Enterprise 2.0 look like, what kind of governance will it need? This compellingly topical question is here explored with the aid of models drawn from topology and mathematics. This short essay, written by an expert in corporate organization and an analyst of the ways in which innovation works, takes a provocative and refreshingly unconventional look at what is indisputably the greatest management challenge of the 21st century. 

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