Thursday, January 24, 2013

Friendly Value Exchange

"A student who collaborated with us understood our 'intrinsic value of an individual' premise. She then later found a job with a better match to her personal needs at a larger firm.

'We had asked her if, for any reason, she needed to leave to work elsewhere that she give us permission to share with others the mutually beneficial aspect of the relationship she had with Us."

The larger 'social distances' usually require less granularity of trust but the proximate friends require very little in the way of nuance. The trust relationships frequently evolve over time. In short, some heuristics can be inferred from social history but one cannot assume a detailed default access profile.

The challenge is to discover the path of least resistance that achieves appropriate access for each individual?

© 2013 Buzz Hill

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