During web 1.0 we spoke a lot about New Combinations, one of the interesting concepts of Schumpeter.
In my last post before a short holiday break I will try to make another new combination.
Combine the ideas of Peter Drucker on transformation into knowledge economies with some stunning observations of Marc Eyskens, former cabinet member of Belgium and what happens?
Eyskens once remarked that the collapse of the Berlin Wall was caused by the coming of age of the knowledge & information economies in the West. In his view the present day financial and economic crises originate from the same source. Knowledge and information are available to all of us, they are not private anymore.