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[…] and to challenge current thinking.  Some of the questions proposed by Jeff in his newest blogspot Asking Different Questions created some good ‘food for thought’ in my classes in Madison last month.  Maybe […] Reply at Principled Innovation

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[…] and to challenge current thinking.  Some of the questions proposed by Jeff in his newest blogspot Asking Different Questions created some good ‘food for thought’ in my classes in Madison last month.  Maybe […] Reply at Principled Innovation

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Great insight here. As a web professional I am constantly reminded of how quickly technology is evolving, and how that evolution impacts the way we learn and engage. Reply at Principled Innovation

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[…] De Cagna encourages us to quit trying to be relevant. Jamie Notter says be human […] Reply at Principled Innovation

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Great insight here. As a web professional I am constantly reminded of how quickly technology is evolving, and how that evolution impacts the way we learn and engage. Reply at Principled Innovation

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[…] De Cagna encourages us to quit trying to be relevant. Jamie Notter says be human […] Reply at Principled Innovation

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[…] be in San Diego next week at the ASAE & the Center for Association Leadership annual meeting. Following Jeff’s lead, my schedule […] Reply at Principled Innovation

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[…] It does point up the need Jeff De Cagna’s been promoting recently for associations to curate the flow of information for our members, though.  Number one?  […] Reply at Principled Innovation

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[…] miss Principled Innovation‘s first PI Briefing of 2009: Top 2009 Trends for Association Leaders. Registration is free for association staff, and Jeff De Cagna is soliciting input for questions to […] Reply at Principled Innovation

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[…] came across an old article by Jeff De Cagna the other day, that summarized the premise and starting point of our […] Reply at Principled Innovation

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