Systema: Six Coats, Six Networks


One of my core beliefs about the Six Hats, Six Coats concept is all six of the coats (or as Zachman calls them, focuses) are three dimensional networks.


These six networks have a unique intersection between them for each change in node in any of the networks.

One thing I have been thinking about is the connections between nodes. I have been asking myself “What are the connections for each of the networks?” I have reached the following conclusion: All nodes and edges of all networks are relative to the observing system.

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Systema: Seven Hats, Seven Links

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Innovation’s Myths



Scott Berkun in his new book The Myths of Innovation reveals through a broad collection of historical  examples that the way historians, the media and the public perceive innovation is generally wrong.  In this Google Talk, Scott discusses his book.

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