Quotes Thoughts Wirearchy

Questioning all assumptions

I got a question some time ago why I really ask so many questions? My answer was because I want to understand, but it also has to do with credibility. Let me give an example. One of the pillars in wirearchy is credibility, which is developed through an active questioning of all assumptions. 1 I think this is crucially important! For example, if we assume that people move to the dictates of rules, then we will try to define those rules. If we assume that people are creative and intrinsically motivated, then we will try to provide contexts which enable discovery and learning.

1 Jon Husband et al., The Wirearchy Commons, Wirearchy: Sketches for the Future of Work, p. 5.

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Is work just work?
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Can change take place all by itself?
Fritz Perls on change

2016-06-19: Table removed. Notes updated. Related posts added.
2016-08-04: Notes updated.

By Jan Höglund

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