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The semantic structure of the content is as follows:
This tag provides quick access to content that has recently been added to the web site, for those of you who need/want to know what's changed since last you were here.
This is a volitile tag that I use to manage a collection of articles that I particularly like and that I'd like you to read.
Anything to do with business in the widest sense - acquisitions, surveys, trends, news - as well as general business management topics.
Material relating to the theory and practice of Business Architecure and including business structure and process. Also includes business analysis and design and the realisation of the resulting strategic decisions.
Material relating to Building Better B2B (Business-to-Business) solutions. Includes some theory and opinions relating to B2B but also provides access to useful tips and tools. Particular emphasis is placed on the underlying business structures, processes and metrics that need to addressed in a successful implementation.
without the walls
without the walls is an approach to problem solving developed jointly with Hugh Curran of Dealing Systems Limited. As the name implies, it involves out-of-the-box thinking, solutions unbounded by (perceived) limits and lots of new and creative perspectives!
Content relating to e-Business in general. By definition, this tag overlaps with Web 2.0 and Rocket Science 2.0. However, it provides a catch-all that allows a more granular use of those tags.
Companies, technologies and applications that might be worth keeping an eye on.
Comments and (mostly 3rd party) material relating to business processes, their design and implementation.
Anything to do with business simulation, with an emphasis on System Dynamics, Agent-based Modelling etc.
Overlaps somewhat with the Simulation tag, as simulation is most definately modelling, but includes also non-dynamic approaches and tools - the best example being Microsoft's Excel.
Anything to do with project management in the widest sense.
Pointers to sources of useful information. Might have been called Links, as the majority of the sources are, in fact, online.
Not to be confused with Search Results, this tag is for material relating to the search process, useful search tools and the science - nay, magic - of SEO (Search Engine Optimisation).
Static, edited and commented results from clearly defined searches. Ideally, this content will provide a starting point for exploring the individual topics.
Anything that has been found to be useful or that has the potential to be useful in the future.
Pretty obvious, this one! If you already have a book, remember that a recent survey in Germany has clearly identified the trend towards owning a second book.
Used as a pointer to content that is either written in German or has relevance primarily for a German audience.
Humour, I know, is very subjective, but these are the articles that appeal to my sense of humour.
The label used to filter content relating very specifically to yours truly - profile material, project data sheets etc. but also for personal anecdotes.
Notes, comments, documentation about this web site.
The physical structure of the site is as shown below.
Broken Links: You will find information about moved content here.
Search: You will find a search utility - compliments of google, complete with ads! - on every page (or here in the luxury version).
The following content is not directly accesible through the menu structure, but is physically present. It may or may not make sensible human reading, based on its purpose:
Customer Activity Cycle
Awareness of Everything
City Desk, telepark
Strategy Survival Guide