How to Succeed in the Information Age

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Ray Strackbein
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Explore the Future
Want to explore the future? Want to see how society will solve its problems in the Information Age? Analyze the metaphors of the age. The metaphor of the Information Age is the computer network. Details

12 Tips for the Information Age
Uncomplicate the Information Age. Use these 12 simple tips to guide you on your transition through the Information Revolution into the Information Age. Details

7 New Rules - Lessons from the Network
Networking has less to do with technology than it does with improving our business, family, social and personal lives. Here are seven actions you can take to ease your transition into the Information Age:

Eulogy for the Industrial Age
We owe our existence and success to the Industrial Age. To ease your transition to the Information Age, understand the benefits of the Industrial Age. Details

Information or Misinformation?
Many times, information is really misinformation or non-information.  Misinformation is factually wrong. Non-information is valueless fact.Here is a strategy to tell the difference.. Details

Planning and Innovation
People who rigidly stick to a plan are often oblivious to warning signs of a doomed project. Innovators are accustomed to working in unknown, changing environments. There is a time for planning and there is a time for innovation. By properly using the techniques of both planning and innovation, most surprises can be anticipated and overcome. Here are three indicators of when to plan and when to innovate. Details

The Parable of the Industrial Age
The goal of the Industrial Age was Utopia -- the perfect civilization. A predictable civilization. A civilization that ran as well as a machine. The Information Revolution ends the abuse of the Industrial Age. Details

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