17 febbraio 2013

Rainforest: regole e assiomi, innovazione e creatività

Prima di iniziare a leggere Rainforest ho analizzato i punti sui quali si basa il ragionamento sull'innovazione di Greg Horowitt e Victor Hwang. Si tratta di 7 regole e 14 assiomi.

Le 7 regole sono queste: rompere gli schemi, sognare, aprirsi al dialogo, saper ascoltare, aver fiducia, fidarsi, sperimentare e testare, superare l'egoismo, reagire agli errori, non fare tutto solo per il tornaconto. Eccole di seguito:
1) "Thou shalt break rules and dream";
2) "Thou shalt open doors and listen";
3) "Thou shalt trust and be trusted";
4) "Thou shalt experiment and iterate together";
5) "Thou shalt seek fairness, not advantage";
6) "Thou shalt err, fail, and persist";
7) "Thou shalt pay it forward".

Ed ecco i 14 “Rainforest Axioms”:
  1. While plants are harvested most efficiently on farms, weeds sprout best in Rainforest
  2. Rainforests are built from the bottom up, where irrational behavior reigns
  3. What we typically think of as free markets are not that free
  4. Social barriers – caused by geography, networks, culture, language, and distrust – create transaction costs that stifle valuable relationship before they can be born
  5. The vibrancy of a Rainforest correlates to the number of people in a network and their ability to connect with one another
  6. High social barriers outside of close circles of family and friends are the norm in the world
  7. Rainforests depend on people who actively bridge social distances and connect disparate parties together
  8. People in Rainforests are motivated for reasons that defy traditional economic notions of “rational” behavior
  9. Innovation and human emotion are intertwined
  10. The greater the diversity in human specialization the greater the potential values of exchanges in a system
  11. The instincts that once helped our ancestors survive are hurting our ability to maximize innovation today
  12. Rainforests have replaced tribalism with a culture of informal rules that allow strangers to work together efficiently on temporary projects
  13. The informal rules that govern Rainforests cause people to restrain their short-term self-interest for long-term mutual gain
  14. Rainforests function when the combined value of social norms and extra-rational motivations outweigh the human instincts to fear.
Andrea Mameli www.linguaggiomacchina.it 17 Febbraio 2013

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