More Space – Nine Antidotes for Complacency in Business

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October 10, 2005

Marc Orchant at theofficeweblog blogged today about a new book called "More Space–Nine Antidotes for Complacency in Business." Orchant wrote one chapter, called “Work is Broken”. "In it," Orchant says, "I talk about the ways technology has changed how business is done and how individuals and organizations have not yet properly adapted to the challenges these changes have wrought. E-mail is broken. Meetings are broken. PowerPoint presentations are broken."
Other contributors to "More Space" include:

  • Jory Des Jardins from Pause 
  • Lisa Haneberg from Managerment Craft 
  • Rob May from BusinessPundit
  • Johnnie Moore from 
  • Robert Paterson from PEI’s Future 
  • Evelyn Rodriguez from Crossroad Dispatches 
  • Curt Rosengren from Occupational Adventure  
  • Jeremy Wright from  
  • Nice crew. Should be a good book–or not a book: It’s interesting that they offer it as a book for sale or a pdf, html or audio file for free. More at theofficeweblog.

    2 Responses to “More Space – Nine Antidotes for Complacency in Business”

    1. Hobart Swan

      Thanks very much for mentioning Todd Sattersten. He has a great blog at As Todd explains:
      “The idea with More Space was to see what would happen if you gave business bloggers more space to develop the ideas they write about every day. The common complaint with weblogs is that they are best for short-form writing. Each entry is normally a couple of hundred words containing a single thought—and that thought is normally a response to something someone else has written.

      So I asked some of my favorite business bloggers to write 5,000 to 10,000 words on a business topic they were interested in.”
      Thanks again.
      hobie swan


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