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That sounds great Frank and would be really helpful.
 
Joseph Truss
Abbey North Drummers / Open Futures / Team Syntegrity AG



From: Frank <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2008 8:05:00 PM
Subject: Re: businessman-facing navigation

I was thinking about this today.
 
What if I set up a "dummy" Wikispace where different approaches could be explored re: making cybernetics appealing to businessmen? That way we could all tweak it and even better got some businessmen in on it for their feedback.
 
Regards
 
Frank
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Subject: businessman-facing navigation

Below is an exchange on the Cyber-soc wiki that I thought might have wider applicability.

Roger


EOC

I wonder how the navigation could be so that when a businessman comes on the page he becomes immediately interested and wants to find out more.

RH
I would think so. And, don't forget that a lot of the stuff I (for one) have been tinkering with/inputting, should probably not be on such a wiki, but pointed to from it. As Luc keeps reminding my impatience - this is still an experiment that we shouldn't confuse with the finished product. And, Frank, this ties with my comments as to identity of this. At some point we need to disentangle Cyber-Soc (whatever we might choose that to be) from Organisational Cybernetics (or whatever we choose to call it). The stuff the business is hit with on arrival should be short, sharp, practically oriented and to the point (including points of contact with individuals and projects), but with scope, should s/he wish. to explore further.



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