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A look into the digital revolution

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Robert Gordon: The death of innovation, the end of growth

@ TED Talks:

The US economy has been expanding wildly for two centuries. Are we witnessing the end of growth? Economist Robert Gordon lays out 4 reasons US growth may be slowing, detailing factors like epidemic debt and growing inequality, which could move the US into a period of stasis we can’t […]

 

What Will You Create to Make the World Awesome?

sketchyourcareer.gif@ HBR Blogs:

When web designer Ben Blumenfeld was working for a major TV network, he was responsible for creating websites for mainstream shows. One day, he made a breakthrough that led to a significant uptake on a show, but the success struck Ben in a way he had not expected. His […]

 

Admitting You Were Wrong Doesn’t Make You Weak — It Makes You Awesome!

@ Forbes.com

It takes tremendous fortitude to utter the words “I was wrong, and I am sorry”.  I love that word: fortitude. I could list the dictionary definition of fortitude, but let’s be honest, why go to that trouble when Bill Gates blessed us with Microsoft  Word’s single click to see […]

 

Escape from Brainstorm Island

Video@ Harvardbusiness.org

Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg , coauthor of Innovation as Usual , explains how to drive innovation on a daily basis. More blog posts by Video More on: Innovation Video tips, insights, and interviews from the brightest minds in business—also available on our YouTube channel […]

 

Using a Story in Innovation Work

@ innovationmanagement.se

In HBR in 2012 , Rotman School of Business Dean Roger L. Martin wrote: “The successful strategists of the future will have a holistic, empathetic understanding of customers and be able to convert somewhat murky insights into a creative business model that they can prototype and revise in real […]

 

Philippe Starck – Harvard Business Review

@ hbr.org

Philippe Starck has said that he can design a chair in two minutes and a hotel in a day and a half. Preferring to work alone, sometimes “naked in the bedroom,” the Frenchman has devised thousands of products, interiors, and buildings for clients ranging from […]

 
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