Wednesday, June 6, 2007

New Thinking. Not New Bureaucracy.

" ... the reception of a new paradigm often necessitates a redefinition of the corresponding science. Some old problems may be relegated to another science or declared entirely "unscientific." [e.g. alchemy] Others that were previously non-existent or trivial may, with a new paradigm, become the very archetypes of significant scientific achievement. [e.g., tidology, the study of the tides] The normal-scientific tradition that emerges from a scientific revolution is not only incompatible but often actually incommensurable with that which has gone before. "

Long Island 3.0 (and/or New York 3.0) is as much about how we approach a set of issues as how we ultimately resolve these issues and the methods we use to do so.

As we have stated previously, we need to be open to all relevant new ideas, no matter what the source, and create an environment where these ideas are fully vetted and incorporated into the decision-making processes and organization designs.

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