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February 17, 2012

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Gareth

Hi Leon. Def too much, too far, too fast - but what's wrong with that?! I'm totally with you on this. Many people I talk to find many reasons why we shouldn't or can't re construct the organisational model around peer to peer - which is def where it should be as you suggest. But those reasons are largely fear/loss of control based.

The social movement - which lets face it has been growing for decades - is an imperative we cannot ignore. And I think organisations need to be pushed hard to consider change because I believe when the tipping point hits, there will be no time to react if you are not already on the journey.

I also completely concur with your social outside and inside analysis - its essential for long term success. You can't be social on the outside if you are not social on the inside.

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