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Serendipity by Mind Map: Serendipity

1. Innovation

1.1. Invention

1.1.1. Viagra

1.1.2. LSD

1.1.3. False anecotes

1.1.3.1. Penicillin

1.2. IP

1.3. Research

1.4. Science

2. Environmental factors

2.1. CLIMATE CHANGE

2.2. Transport reducing

2.2.1. Net slow of serendipity?

3. The Individual

3.1. Psychology

3.1.1. Habits

3.1.1.1. 7 habits of success

3.1.2. Behaviours

3.1.2.1. Are some people more serendipitous than others?

3.1.3. Left/Right brain

3.2. Creativity

3.3. Careers

3.4. Serendipitous jobs

3.5. Filters

3.6. Leadership

3.6.1. New modes

3.6.2. Is this new?

3.6.3. What qualities?

3.6.4. Enabling serendipity

3.7. Management

3.7.1. Budgeting

3.8. Networking

4. The Group

4.1. Network

4.2. Knowledge Management

4.3. Collaboration

4.4. Six Degrees

4.5. Connectors

4.6. Social Networking

5. Places

5.1. Cities

5.1.1. Fuel Crisis

5.1.2. Architecture

5.1.3. Urban Planning

5.1.4. Regeneration

5.2. Workspaces

5.2.1. Coworking

5.2.2. Starbucks

5.2.3. Formal workspaces

5.2.4. Open plan

5.2.5. Design

5.3. Cafes

5.3.1. Serendipity Cafe

6. What is it?

6.1. Luck

6.1.1. How is it different ot 'luck'

6.2. Origins

6.2.1. Sri Lanka

6.2.2. Three Princes of Serendip

6.3. Opposites

6.3.1. Silos

6.3.2. The Bubble

6.3.3. Stricy planning

6.4. Questions

6.4.1. Is incidence of serendipity inversely proportional to level of filtering?

6.4.2. What is the opposite of serendipity? Predicatability?

6.5. Mistakes

6.6. Research

6.6.1. Literature review

6.6.1.1. Minimal numbers of books

7. New technologies

7.1. Artificial Intelligence

7.1.1. Aiding decision making

7.1.2. Assisted learning

7.1.3. Graphing

7.1.4. Machine learning incorporating serendipity

7.1.5. Visual processing

7.2. Web 2.0

7.2.1. Wikis

7.2.2. Taxonomy vs Folksonomy

7.2.2.1. New node

7.2.3. Findability

8. Philosophy & Theology

8.1. East/west religions

9. Can it be measured?

9.1. Quantum of serendipity

9.1.1. Measurement is the antithesis

9.1.2. Should it be measured?

9.2. Individual effectiveness

9.3. Ideas

9.4. Business cards

10. The book

10.1. Illustrations

10.1.1. Jan Pienkowski

11. Media

11.1. News

11.2. TV

11.2.1. Channel surfing

11.3. Radio

11.4. Bootlegging

11.5. Web

11.5.1. Recommendation

11.6. Zines

11.7. Choose your filter