Work Group Collectivism and the Centrality of Work (Review)
In this paper, authors examine the relationships between work group collectivism, work…
Jeff Jarvis is right when he makes the point that those with the most followers may not be the most influential; but he misses the fact that some people might still be more influential than others:
Copernicus destroyed the myth that we are central. Darwin destroyed the myth that we are special. Now, Crick and the…
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Centrality: cen·tral·i·ty. noun. The definition of centrality is the quality of being in or near the center or the middle. When something is at the center of the heart of a crisis, this is an example of something that has centrality.
In a networked world, the issue is no longer relative power, but centrality in an increasingly dense global web.
Anne-Marie Slaughter, America’s Edge