Monthly Archives: March 2013

Truth, facts, ideas

What is truth? What is a fact? What is an idea, compared to a truth or a fact? This kind of questions seem to come straight from a philosophical dissertation, but nevertheless they appear to be key in the forming … Continue reading

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Leadership and communities

A community is not an homogeneous structure of individuals all equals to each other. In fact there is no person equal to another anywhere to be found. Saying that all men are born equal is not precise, I believe, it … Continue reading

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Efficiency

A requirement for an efficient political solution is a rigorous deterministic approach in its internal processes. This can produce predictability hence confidence by part of the participants. Transparency is as well fundamental, there is no space for hidden or secret … Continue reading

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Expanding communities

Many communities might decide to start their policy management with modern network technologies, and just like with individuals, some groups will succeed more than others in having a successful and efficient implementation. By having successful examples though, we can establish … Continue reading

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