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anon

This sounds like a great concept, could you provide a concrete example of the framwork in action?

Chris Brogan...

The one dimension I'd love to add to your model (and one I push for internally at my organization) is a destruction/reimagining/skunkworks aspect:

If you started from zero, what would you do differently?

I guess what I'm trying to do with that angle is make sure I'm not "in the Matrix" with my thinking. Am I part of the mess, or did I take the pill?

Does that make sense?

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