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How to Run Collaborative Projects That Don’t Fall Prey to Bureaucracy

By on July 25, 2017

Devin Balkind: Today, when people call something “bureaucratic,” they usually mean that in a negative sense, but bureaucracy didn’t always have this negative connotation. About 100 years ago when many professional bureaucracies were being built, they were seen as a means of bringing quality control, predictability, and integrity to administrations. But bureaucracy has taken on a life of... Continue reading

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How to Run Collaborative Projects That Don’t Fall Prey to Bureaucracy

By on July 25, 2017

Devin Balkind: Today, when people call something “bureaucratic,” they usually mean that in a negative sense, but bureaucracy didn’t always have this negative connotation. About 100 years ago when many professional bureaucracies were being built, they were seen as a means of bringing quality control, predictability, and integrity to administrations. But bureaucracy has taken on a life of... Continue reading

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How to Run Collaborative Projects That Don’t Fall Prey to Bureaucracy

By on July 25, 2017

Devin Balkind: Today, when people call something “bureaucratic,” they usually mean that in a negative sense, but bureaucracy didn’t always have this negative connotation. About 100 years ago when many professional bureaucracies were being built, they were seen as a means of bringing quality control, predictability, and integrity to administrations. But bureaucracy has taken on a life of... Continue reading

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How a Cooperative in Indonesia is Bridging the Digital Divide

By on July 16, 2017

Written by Nithin Coca and cross-posted from Shareable Indonesia is one of the world’s hottest and fastest growing digital markets. “With around 90 million Internet users and more than 281 million active mobile phone subscriptions, we can anticipate the development of the digital ecosystem in Indonesia that will lead the growth,” Shinta W. Dhanuwardoyo wrote in “Strategic... Continue reading

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How a Cooperative in Indonesia is Bridging the Digital Divide

By on July 16, 2017

Written by Nithin Coca and cross-posted from Shareable Indonesia is one of the world’s hottest and fastest growing digital markets. “With around 90 million Internet users and more than 281 million active mobile phone subscriptions, we can anticipate the development of the digital ecosystem in Indonesia that will lead the growth,” Shinta W. Dhanuwardoyo wrote in “Strategic... Continue reading

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