Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Magic of the Whole is Greater than the Sum of Its Parts

Prelude If businesses were people, they would lumber about in a vaguely purposeful manner like zombies. That’s due to the top-down, military-style hierarchies of modern corporations that result in integration of information only at the top and only to a limited extent below. … Continue reading

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Micron’s Automata – A Rare Big Thing Out of Boise

Not many huge things come out of Boise and that is the very reason I live here. But something that should disrupt the semiconductor industry (the world in fact) is Micron’s Automata. It’s been occupying much of my thoughts since it … Continue reading

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The Effect Correlation Score for KPIs

Introduction Everything we do is intended to move us towards achieving some set of goals ranging from just satisfying our immediate hunger to achieving a revolution. These actions are executed within a strategy (or hierarchies of strategies) to varying extents of sensibility and organization. … Continue reading

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