kilpi work law
work is always solving other people’s problems
problem with this is that it messes with the dance of an undisturbed ecosystem.. it compromises legit belonging.. so that we end up swimming in irrelevant s.. perpetuating the huge red flag of takes a lot of work ness..
from work page:
from Esko Kilpi
@RiaBaeck (via Esko rt)
*Work is always solving other people’s problems and what defines those problems is that to understand them and to solve them, a person has to think not only about what she believes the right answer is, but also about what other people have seen and learned. What they think the right answers could be.
this is huge.. because it messes with the dance of an undisturbed ecosystem.. it compromises legit belonging.. so that we end up swimming in irrelevant s.. perpetuating the huge red flag of takes a lot of work ness..
letting go to flood retreat ness
Work, then, is exploration both what comes to defining the problems and finding the solutions. The network is the key resource. Every valuable piece of learning can be put to use by someone else, or somewhere else. At best, then, work is remixing and recombining successful elements to create new versions.
so that rather than ‘solving other people’s problems’ .. we spend time listening to our own hearts ..
Under circumstances of rapid technological change, the management challenge is not better planning and control, but creation of protocols that make possible *openness to possibilities.
Firms are *social and legal constructs. They are what we think firms are. It is time to renew our old construct of the firm as a newer version, a creativity- and network effects-based view of the firm, utilizing **tokens and smart contracts. The democratization of technology that is taking place at the moment does not guarantee social change, but it does create opportunities for totally new social/financial practices.
also here from esko kilpi‘s page:
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Something we should all be thinking about, because it will have impact on each of us.
The central idea behind ‘work’ is not going to change; work is always solving other people’s problems. ..t.. What is changing are the problems and how we solve them.
or maybe.. what will change is that we will no longer be solving other people’s problems.. (ie: time to move beyond schooling the world ness)