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To dissolve, submerge, and cause to disappear the political or governmental system in the economic system by reducing, simplifying, decentralizing and suppressing, one after another, all the wheels of this great machine, which is called the Government or the State. --Proudhon, General Idea of the Revolution

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Thursday, November 03, 2005

Dave Pollard: Natural Enterprise

Natural Enterprise (chapters in the upcoming book of the same name, May 2003 - Sept. 2004) and Open Source and Authentic Business
Introduction - Why Natural Enterprise?: The Business Case and Elevator Pitch
Part One:
1. Getting Started: Is Natural Enterprise Right for You? ( includes What Natural Enterprise Is)
2. A World of Ends: Understanding the New Economy
3. Risk-Free Entrepreneurship: Filling an Unmet Need
4. Assembling the Team
5. Improvisational Planning and Day to Day Management
6. Viral Marketing
7. Networking and Alliances
8. Beholden to No One: Financing Your Business Organically
9. Managing Cash and Working Capital
10. Avoiding the Landmines
11. Success on Your Own Terms: Measuring and Tracking Performance
12. Using Technology
Part Two - Continuous Innovation
13. The Importance of innovation
14. Building an Innovation Culture
15. The Innovation Process
Part Three: Sustaining Innovation
Entrepreneurial Business Evolution
Appendices: The Natural Enterprise Online Forum, Coaching Service, Checklists & Templates


Blogger JoeTKelley said...


I’ve sent a letter to David Pollard. He may be busy. It seems to me that he could combine his efforts with these guys:


I’ve sent those guys letters too.

Independent energy production appears to be both hopeful and necessary. This observation has led me to conclude one serious failure in conventional economic theory.

An oversupply of energy can only occur when production costs are driven close to nil or when people have lost their minds.

My new term for conventional economic theory is Vampire economics.

Vampire economic theory can be reviewed here:


November 04, 2005 4:04 PM  
Anonymous Conor Ryan said...

Dave Pollard has invented a whole new genre of literature: Pulp Non-fiction For The North Berkeley Volvo Set. I've followed his blog for awhile now and my conclusion is Dave is a very vain, self absorbedman, navel gazer and a proud member of the "progressive" bourgeoisie. And useles as a tit on bull. Knowlage Worker? Is that something to do with the sex trade?

November 28, 2005 8:42 AM  

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