Community Leverage Model

Community Leverage Model

Community Leverage is about applying best practices from our experiences as available in our knowledge base, on a global scale. In other words, if I encounter a problem (or opportunity), the community may have provided solutions for very similar problems.

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Intro to Knowledge Management

Intro to Knowledge Management

Socrates taught us that we know nothing, there is so much to learn. Experience comes from repeating the things we do, making fewer and fewer mistakes. The past is important, as we learn from experience; we should not forget the past, keep our memories and build our way into the future. Experience generates knowledge and ultimately, wisdom, when others seek us to learn from us, if they want. And we should stimulate talents to learn from us.

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Out of the Box

Out of the Box

Presents come in boxes, as they used to, and they hold surprises, that, when opened come to light (and are no surprise anymore). We all live in a framework of references, a book of rules that governs our behaviour. In this environment, creativity has little chance. Instead, architects,should have an open mind, and should have the ability to make thoughts that go beyond the written rules, and that are so to say "out of the box". Taking the helicopter view, stepping beyond the borders of the system that is so familiar to us.
 

 

 

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Duende as (p) art of perfection

Duende as (p) art of perfection

Duende has several meanings. If we view it as the art of perfection, as I describe it, then at Wiki you will find the folllowing explanation: "A difficult-to-define phrase in the Spanish arts that connotes emotion and authenticity". Clearly, this closely relates to the competencies of the architect.

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About Knowledge Management

About Knowledge Management

This section is about knowledge and about how to manage it. It is a complex and almost academic subject for how to manage knowledge in some kind of system if that knowledge is in our head ?
 

 

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Simplicity defined

Simplicity defined

In my life I have been reaching out for the beauty of simplicity, which continues to drive me and my passions in life.

My thoughts have been influenced by many a philosopher, architect, artist or statesman and I would like to share some of their sayings that are profound to me - and I am endowed to them.

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