|Transition Manager's Creed
||The principles to which Knowledge Workers in the MG Taylor network hold themselves.
This very concisely states the role that we see ourselves playing in the world.
|MG Taylor Vision and Mission
||A statement of how MG Taylor as an organization works to fulfill the Transition Manager's
|ReWorking the Workplace: Keys
to Sustained Peak Performance
||An article published in Mobius magazine in December, 1993, exploring MG Taylor's
approach to management in the 21st century.
|Premises Regarding the Knowledge
||An article published in Mobius magazine in December, 1993, discussing the principles
of the Knowledge Economy.
|The Transition Economy
||Matt Taylor's journal entry from 1982 regarding increasing rates of change and the
ways in which businesses must adapt to this environment.
|History of MG
Taylor Corporation's Strategic Direction
||A narrative and timeline of MG Taylor's 20+ year history.
|Standards and Practices
|Guidebook for Knowledge Workers
||An Emergent Node that outlines some of the standards and practices of Knowledge Workers.
|Support for the Enterprise of One
||An Emergent Node that explores the opportunities and responsibilities of an Enterprise
of One in the MG Taylor network.
||Forms part of the MG Taylor Pattern Language. Fluency with the models and the glyphs
allows for more dynamic communication between Knowledge Workers and for more effective
facilitation of the customer.
|Introduction to Work Products
||Work products as a way to make the DesignShop® experience even more
powerful for the participants.
|Creating Work Products
||How to approach different styles of work products.
|On Creating Work Products While
Maintaining Post DesignShop KreW Integrity
||How to approach the work product production as an event in itself.
|Rules for Flocking Behavior in the
||Parameters for making personal and group decisions in a decentralized network.
in a Navigation Center System: Employing the Environment in Support of
the Creative Process (gateway to 5 additional
||Journal entries of a fictitious Knowledge Worker supporting a NavCenter
System. How Knowledge Workers can use the enviroment and tools to facilitate
|Education and Learning
Model for Education in the MG Taylor Network
||A proposal for a learning program in the MG Taylor network.
||This series of workshops allows networkers and clients to explore MG
Taylor's philosophies and practices.
|The Learning Path: Five
Points of Mastery Model
||Instead of the three traditional roles of education (student, teacher,
administrator), we present five: the learner, the sponsor, the expert, the facilitator,
and the steward. In high performance environments each individual moves from role
to role sometimes in rapid succession and sometimes in cycles that span years.
|5 E's of Education
||The necessary and sufficient components of a complete educational