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Shift Happens. (Even in Schools?)

On a recent field trip, neither my students nor I was at threat of being eaten alive by a t-rex. Why, despite ruling Earth for nearly 80 million years (even longer than Wall Street barons), are Cretaceous period animals not regularly chowing on our gizzards?  Things change. Scientists have suspected this for some time.  In […]

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Emerging Trend: Collaborative Curve

Recently, on the Harvard Business Publishing website, The Big Shift team (John Hagel III, John Seely Brown, and Lang Davison) posted an article titled, Introducing the Collaborative Curve. They tell the story of how a fax machine, by itself, is pretty worthless.  However it becomes increasingly more valuable as more fax machines are added to […]

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