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Threat Simulation in Business

Threat Simulation in Business
Threat Simulation in Business – a lesson from biology! Everybody who has ever been part of managing or running a business is aware of the value of feedbacks specially the ones provided by prospective customers. Usually (or should I say traditionally) products are being developed and shipped then feedbacks are gathered and evaluated. The [...]

Mental Strength

Mental Strength
Magnus on right, me on left. Magnus Eliasson a good friend of mine and the most dominant Racketlon athlete in the history of the sport, defines Mental Strength as ability to forget about the past and to disconnect from the future. Let’s say you are in a competitive tennis match (best of 3) and you are a set down and a break in 2nd set a [...]

New Mission

New Mission
We have a new mission at ADAPLEX. We are building a social marketplace platform where people in Victoria BC could offer their unique experiences to the community and the people from all around the world. Victoria is a great city with an extremely engaging community with tremendous amount of knowledge and experiences to offer. I travel quite [...]

Blockers…seriously?

Blockers…seriously?
The word “Agile” corresponds to agility, responsiveness and adaptability of a software development methodology. The invention of word “Agile” came out of desperation where people in community never liked the term “Light Weight” which had no descriptive or marketable value. Agile as a term and concept sat really nicely since, and it was truly [...]

MWNW (#webnotwar) Recap

MWNW (#webnotwar) Recap
I attended Make Web Not War conference yesterday (May 7, 2011). Morning session started with a relatively long keynote by Karl Dubost, then I moved to the other room to check out the tech presentations. The room was full, but I gladly sat my ass on the cold concrete and listened to Chris Nicola talked about Nancy, a cross platform open [...]

Why open government works?

Why open government works?
A long time ago a guy named Dee Hock (WIKI) who was a banker (founder of VISA) and a pioneer in complexity science explained the concept of bottom-up management. He believed that in complex organizations a traditional top-down superior-subordinate based management is bound to fail. In chaos theory dynamical systems can be modeled by bifurcati [...]