Getting Organized

Like tribes, institutions, and markets, a network is a form of organization. A network can be either formal or informal; its participants likewise. The advantage of formalizing voluntary working relationships, to whatever degree works for the network, is in the continuity of archived memory and the stability of leadership development.

Mentoring is essential to these, and is next to impossible in an ad hoc arrangement.

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~ by Jay Taber on May 23, 2010.

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