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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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Learning Curve

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about a couple of questions Roland Barth asked during an institute (Improving Schools: The Art of Leadership) I attended last summer at the Principals’ Center at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. “When was your learning curve off the chart? and What were the principal elements of that experience that made it so?” […]

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