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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Dec 21

By Mike Moyer and Tom Thomison and originally published at encodeorg on YouTube Mike Moyer: Professor, Author of the Slicing Pie Framework (a Model for Start-up Bootstrapping using Dynamic Equity) Thomas Thomison: Entrepreneur, co-creator of the Holacracy and For-Purpose Enterprise Frameworks and Founding Partner of encode.org In this fireside chat held on October 26th, 2021, Tom and Mike had an interesting conversation about their motivations to create new models for organizing around purpose and sharing equity fairly and transparently, and about why capital interest will substitute the payroll in a decentralized, powershifted work environment. Find out more on: https://encode.org/    …

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By Mike Moyer and Tom Thomison and originally published at encodeorg on YouTube Mike Moyer: Professor, Author of the Slicing Pie Framework (a Model for Start-up Bootstrapping using Dynamic Equity) Thomas Thomison: Entrepreneur, co-creator of the Holacracy and For-Purpose Enterprise Frameworks and Founding Partner of encode.org In this fireside chat held on October 26th, 2021, Tom and Mike had an …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Nov 20

Futurist Peter Schwartz distills the lessons learned from his work in scenario planning for organizations.Photo by Andrew Neel on UnsplashThe following transcript of Peter Schwartz’s Long Now talk on scenario planning has been edited for length and clarity.The Role of Mental MapsThis is a map of North America. It was made by a Dutch map maker by the name of Herman Moll, working in London in 01701.Âą I bought it on Portobello Road for about 60 pounds back in 01981. Which is to say, it’s not a particularly valuable map. But there is something unusual about it: California is depicted as an island.What’s interesting …

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Futurist Peter Schwartz distills the lessons learned from his work in scenario planning for organizations.Photo by Andrew Neel on UnsplashThe following transcript of Peter Schwartz’s Long Now talk on scenario planning has been edited for length and clarity.The Role of Mental MapsThis is a map of North America. It was made by a Dutch map maker by the name of Herman Moll, working …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 Sep 16

It’s hard to describe the feeling of this city until you get here and explore it for yourself.I’ve been traveling and running online businesses for the last four years in Southeast Asia and Europe. As a location independent tech entrepreneur, I’m always on the lookout for new locations to live and build my business. When I arrived in Plovdiv last year, I realized how much this city hit the sweet spot for me in terms of culture, food, cost of living, climate, ease of transportation, sports, arts, and business opportunities that no other place I’ve visited comes close to. And …

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It’s hard to describe the feeling of this city until you get here and explore it for yourself.I’ve been traveling and running online businesses for the last four years in Southeast Asia and Europe. As a location independent tech entrepreneur, I’m always on the lookout for new locations to live and build my business. When I arrived in Plovdiv last …

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