The Next Civil Uprising – The Extinction Event Endangering “The Established”

The Next Civil Uprising – The Extinction Event Endangering “The Established” Hass McCook | 9 April 2014 I predict that the next civil uprising will be just that – civil – and will occur naturally and without permission, similar to

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An Order-of-Magnitude Estimate of the Relative Sustainability of the Bitcoin Network

An Order-of-Magnitude Estimate of the Relative Sustainability of the Bitcoin Network

  SEE THE FULL REPORT HERE IN PDF FORMAT: An Order-of-Magnitude Estimate of the Relative Sustainability of the Bitcoin Network   There has been a lot of uncertainty surrounding the sustainability of the Bitcoin network, with this fascinating nascent technology facing several unsubstantiated claims by uninformed individuals that Bitcoin is highly unsustainable from a social, […]

Infrastructure as a Start-up – New models of Infrastructure and Infrastructure Investment

Infrastructure as a Start-up – New models of Infrastructure and Infrastructure Investment

Infrastructure as a Start-up – New models of Infrastructure and Infrastructure Investment Hass McCook | 20 April 2014   A piece I wrote for The Renegade Times in November 2013. http://renegadetimes.com/2013/11/06/infrastructure-as-a-start-up-new-models-of-infrastructure-and-infrastructure-investment/

Discover the Digital Economy – Seven Steps for Getting into Bitcoin!

Discover the Digital Economy – Seven Steps for Getting into Bitcoin!

Hass McCook | 20 April 2014   Here is a piece I wrote for The Renegade Times in March to guide you through your first foray into Bitcoin. http://renegadetimes.com/2014/03/28/discover-the-digital-economy-seven-steps-for-getting-into-bitcoin/  

Introduction to the Organisation

Introduction to the Organisation Hass McCook | 16 April 2014 In black-and-white terms, the Oxford Dictionary defines an organisation as “an organised group of people with a particular purpose, such as a business or government department.” This definition allows us to simplify organisations into three broad types with different purposes – For-profit organisations (FPO), Not-for-profit […]

Introduction to the Comprehensive Case Framework

Introduction to the Comprehensive Case Framework

Introduction to the Comprehensive Case Framework Hass McCook | 16 April 2014     What is it? The Comprehensive Case Framework aims to provide early-career consultants and business-thinkers with a practical template for diagramming and visualising organisational problems quickly and easily.   Why might it be useful to me? If diagramming is a weak-point in […]