LO and the Internet LO5604

August W. Smith (awsmith@uts.cc.utexas.edu)
Tue, 13 Feb 1996 18:58:41 -0600

Replying to LO5553 --

I am quite interested in your research area about the inet and how it will
affect organizations both internally and externally. The anwer may be in
the way we can bridge various interactive roles and relationships in
different functional (linguistic) domains and levels in organizations and
between directly linked external stakeholders....who provide the source
inputs of information as well as materials,etc. and output receivers of
information who base their decisions from information derived from the

We have been working with the ways that leaders bridge roles as
interveners, implementers, improvers and innovators in hybrid interactive
and integrative roles --which provide new synergies and returns. There
are many possibilities for interaction in organizations that is largely
untapped at present....This may get your mind working in new ways....

Let me know how I might address your more specific concerns ...

A W Smith Bill Development Dynamics
Austin,Texas 78755
512-450-1854 phone and fax...

>I've been participating in and learning from this group for about seven
>months and am interested in discovering if anyone has specific ideas about
>how the inet might drive learning in an organization or support an LO.
>Since we already use the www for internal communications, we are looking
>for ideas outside the nine dots.

awsmith@uts.cc.utexas.edu (August W. Smith)

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