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Article : "Les stratégies d'Open Savoir-Faire"

(Open Savoir Faire strategies)

mardi 7 décembre 2010

Regime Management for business

The enterprise organisation should be transformed by what MIT Professor Andrew McAfee coined  as "emergent social freeform software" platform (web 2.0 technologies).

Innovation should be transformed by a renewal of intellectual properties (IP) commons and practices, which would be oriented towards "Sharing, Remixing and Reusing, - Legally-," [1] whereas traditional IP policies are oriented towards “Enclosing, Freezing and Prohibiting, - Legally-”[2] through patents and copyrights.

As a matter of fact, on CEO agenda, sustaining the various ecosystems where the enterprise grows and prospers and nurturing innovation which insure sustainable competitiveness should override searching for marginal and local productivity.

As a matter of fact, the last crisis called for a revision of corporate financial governance practices.
The oil spill in the Mexico gulf abruptly revealed the ontology of the next generation corporate governance (NGEN governance [3]) practices : regime management for business.

Anchoring into the ocean of knowledge
[1] Derivative from Creative Commons motto "Share, Remix and Reuse, - Legally" under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 licence

[2] Created by Tru Dô-Khac, France,  applying an ancient vietnamese poetic art.

[3] Ngen Governance stands for Next GENeration GOVERNANCE. The attribute NGEN had been already used in the late nineties within the telecommunication industry to stress the sea change created by emerging Internet technologies at a time when B-ISDN (Broadband ISDN) was generally believed to be the future: for example, the label NGENOSS (next generation for operation support systems) that the telecom industry is using to designate advanced information systems was created at that time.

“Sharing, reusing, remixing, -legally-”, the content of this cell 
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"Next generation corporate governance practice" by Tru Dô-Khac est mis à disposition selon les termes de la licence Creative Commons Paternité 2.0 France

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