Monthly Archives: June 2016

How do we create value?

The following commentary is a blend of observations resulting from Phil Murray’s [PCM] conversations with economist David Morf [DM] — Partner, Senior Regional Economics Advisor, and Founding Member of the Center for Adaptive Solutions. Original comments were from 27-oct-2008. [DM] … Continue reading

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The “dimensions” of representing practical knowledge

Representation of meaning is just one “dimension” of development and management of knowledge as explicit expression of meaning. An appropriate model for these processes requires at least three “dimensions” (or, perhaps, “aspects”): The Dimension of Meaning itself — Insights, Facts, … Continue reading

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