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I have had the pleasure of working with some very intelligent and creative people over the years as a technology consultant for businesses.  Invariably, my best ideas came from sitting at a white board working collaboratively with the input of others.  In other words, my best ideas weren’t my ideas alone.  They were the product of my collaboration with people smarter than I.

The Thought Alliance is meant to be an extension of this.  We are a a very-loose federation of professionals engaged in the fields of business or technology that are committed to finding a better way through collaborative thought.  We are all individuals who…

  • Observe what is going on around us
  • Think about what is working and what isn’t
  • Delve into the why of things
  • Seek better solutions
  • Experiment with new ideas
  • See the value in collaboration

This blog is our meeting hall, and it is here that we will discuss our ideas with each other and the public.  We invite everyone to participate with comments, and if you want to be a blog poster, send us an email explaining why you want to be a member.  We have two rules:

  1. No personal attacks or hateful language.  Attack the idea not the person.
  2. No spam.  You can link to somewhere else, but it needs to be in the context of a meaningful entry or comment.

Beyond that, enjoy the discourse.

-Lance Woodson

  1. Jesse
    August 11, 2010 at 5:32 pm

    What’s the email address to send to?

  2. August 11, 2010 at 6:44 pm

    Whoops, lance.woodson@ascendantitsolutions.com. Will update the page with a mailto link as well.

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