Tag Archives: Collaboration

Infect Others, Become Infected

  March 31, 2017 “Infect others?” “Become infected?”  Suggestions such as these seem to be not only unusual but possibly dangerous.  Most of the time we resist becoming infected and are usually careful not to infect others.   A recommendation to “infect” others goes against common sense and good hygiene and is contrary to everything […]

Success Story: The 59th Story Crisis

August 18, 2016   An important question for us to consider as individuals and societies  is “Are we in trouble?”   The  answer is “Of course we are!”  Throughout history individuals and societies, facing unpredictable and unfriendly futures, have always been convinced that troubles were just ahead.  What they did not understand was the nature […]

Wicked or Tame?

 July 10, 2014 Problems are either wicked or tame concluded Horst Rittle and Melvin Webber in the early 1970′s, an insight that has turned out not only to be interesting, but central to all attempts to solve problems.  Whether a problem is one or the other determines everything that follows:  what should be done, by […]