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Ancient Egyptian Pigments Gets a Second Chance to Shine

Ancient Egyptian Pigments Gets a Second Chance to Shine | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Once used to decorate pharaohs’ tombs, Egyptian blue might have modern applications in cutting-edge telecommunication technologies.

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Luís Bastos's curator insight, February 22, 2013 1:39 PM

Considered the first artificial pigment, Egyptian blue fell out of use around A.D. 1000, and it wasn’t until the early 19th century that chemists began investigating its properties. Now, new research shows the ancient dye might have a viable role in the cutting-edge world of nanotechnology. Led by Tina Salguero of the University of Georgia, scientists found that calcium copper silicate breaks apart into nanosheets—layers so thin that thousands would cover the width of a human hair—when stirred in water for several days. These nanosheets produce infrared radiation similar to the beams used in remote controls and car door locks.

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Employing a social media monitoring tool as an OSINT platform for Intelligence

Employing a social media monitoring tool as an OSINT platform for Intelligence | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

This whitepaper discusses how social media monitoring tools can be applied as powerful and cost effective Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) platforms; and how they can support collection and analysis of relevant and targeted information relating to counter-terrorism, criminal and political open sources. The use of such tools has wide application and benefits for a number of industries, including; Government and Defence Intelligence agencies, Law Enforcement, Commercial Risk Management companies, Private Security Companies (PMCs) and Non-Government Organisations (NGOs).


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Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation?

Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation? | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Transforming the system.(Bringing psychology, neuroscience, and systems science together for personal transformation.)...


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9 Things Leaders Must Do To Create A Transformation

9 Things Leaders Must Do To Create A Transformation | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
By Supriya Desai Many high performing senior managers, leaders and executives find themselves at some point in their careers faced with the challenge of leading a strategically critical, highly visible transformation program.

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, January 28, 10:01 AM

The process of change is multifaceted.  Here is a short list of things to do to effect change in your organization. 

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First thing first : «Define what you are going to do, why you will do it, what the benefits of change are, and what the dangers of not changing are» !

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First thing first : «Define what you are going to do, why you will do it, what the benefits of change are, and what the dangers of not changing are» !

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The Five Dimensions of Responsible Leadership

The Five Dimensions of Responsible Leadership | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Since the 2008 financial crisis, the global chorus of voices questioning capitalism has grown steadily louder. It is difficult indeed to reconcile neoliberal optimism about homo economicus with the precipitous slide of the global economy, and the folly of the subprime lending bubble. And the problems that have deepened in the last six years – income inequality, unemployment, the threat of environmental crises brought on by human activity — do not track with the neoclassical notion of the benign, self-correcting global market.  An article in the September 2014 edition of McKinsey Quarterly, of all publications, crystallised this crisis of conscience, calling into question “our long-held assumptions about how and why the system [i.e., capitalism] works.”

Unfortunately, our business and political leaders have been slow to recognise the need for change, the frequent appearance of buzzwords such as “CSR” and “sustainability” in management literature notwithstanding. As a result, public trust in business and government hit historic lows in the years following the Great Recession.


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John Lasschuit ®™'s curator insight, November 14, 2014 2:54 PM

Henri-Claude de Bettignies - five dimensions of #leadership that should be present.

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12 Certainties That Will Transform Every Career and Create New Ones

12 Certainties That Will Transform Every Career and Create New Ones | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

As technology continues to impact our lives, workers in today’s ever-changing labor market need to be prepared with skills to adapt and succeed in the workplace...

Mobile Hardware, Software and Services will continue to rapidly evolve creating many new careers, asall phones become smartphones and our primary computer and tablets continue to evolve as our laptop replacement.This new level of mobility will allow any size business to transform how they market, sell, communicate, collaborate, educate, train, and innovate.Remote Visual Communications will become a primary relationship-building tool for businesses of all sizes asemployees use smartphones, tablets, and laptops, in combination with current video conferencing systems, to communicate at new levels with customers, partners, and employees.Social Business Enterprise Management will grow rapidly as organizations shift from an Information Age “informing”model to a Communication Age “communicating and engaging” model. New careers will emerge as Social Software for business rapidly grows with applications to enhance relationships, collaboration, networking, social validation, and more. Social Search will increasingly shape careers as marketers, researchers and those on Wall Street create applications and services to tap into millions of daily tweets and Facebook conversations, providing real-time analysis of many key consumer metrics.Cyber Security and Forensics careerswill grow rapidly as we become increasingly connected and dependent on computer systems and machines using intelligent sensors connected to just about everything. Careers in data and information forensics will grow rapidly as the need to solve cyber crimes increases.Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) will create many new careers in manufacturing as this revolutionary technology allows any size company to manufacture quickly, locally and with far fewer costs. Additive manufacturing builds things by depositing material, typically plastic or metal, layer by layer until the final product is finished. Examples of final products today include jewelry, iPhone cases, shoes, car dashboards, parts for jet engines, prosthetic limbs and much more.Gamification of Education will create many new careers as corporations and educational institutions at all levels accelerate learning by using advanced simulations and skill-based learning systems that are self-diagnostic, interactive, game-like, and competitive, all focused on giving the user an immersive experience thanks to a photo-realistic 3D interface.Cloud Services and Virtualization will be increasingly embraced by businesses of all sizes, as this represents a major shift in how organizations obtain and maintain software, hardware, and computing capacity. IT is rapidly becoming an on-demand service that is rapidly transforming all business processes resulting in a rapid evolution of current careers as well as creating new careers in every functional area.Big Data and Real-Time Analytics describe the technologies and techniques used to capture and utilize the exponentially increasing streams of datawith the goal ofbringing enterprise-wide visibility and insights to make rapid critical decisions. This new level of data integration and analytics will require many new skills and cross-functional training in order to take advantage of new opportunities as well as breakdown the many data and organizational silos that still exist.Intelligent ePersonal Assistants using natural language voice commands was launched with Apple’s Siri, which was rapidly followed by Google, Microsoft, and others all offering what will become a mobile electronic concierge on your phone, tablet, and television. The technology will rapidly evolve and soon every profession from retailers to maintenance workers will have a Siri-like assistant. Adding an e-personal assistant to support an existing product and/or service will create many new careers.3D Web will transform today’s Internet experience (which is like looking at a flat piece of paper with a few photos, embedded video, and a few hyperlinks) to a true 3D experience, similar to todays video games, where you can virtually walk into a showroom, look around and both listen to and see the new car you are interested in, or whatever the website is trying to show you. This will employ many new graphic artists, designers and programmers.Connected Intelligent Objects using chips, microsensors and both wired and wireless networks will create a rapidly growing “Internet of things” sharing real-time data, performing diagnostics, and making remote repairs. Many jobs will be created as we add intelligent connected sensors to bridges, roads, buildings, homes and much more. By 2020, there will be well over a billion machines talking to each other and people will install them.Advanced Robotics and Automation will take a giant leap forward thanks to networked sensors, artificial intelligence, and Siri-like voice communications, taking the next level of repetitive jobs from humans. This will create many new career opportunities from design, programming, and installation to service and maintenance, to name just a few.


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Linda Holroyd's curator insight, March 18, 2013 3:00 PM

Great insights from a great tech forecaster, Daniel Burrus. It helps you keep an eye on which tech trends are hot, and help you guide your career direction.

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What Kind of Creative Person Are You? - The Creative Mind

What Kind of Creative Person Are You? - The Creative Mind | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
There are many kinds of creative people: playwrights, novelists, dancers, botanists, economists, chemists, physicians, psychologists and many others.

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7 Reasons Why Some People Are Great Leaders

7 Reasons Why Some People Are Great Leaders | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
This article looks at the fundamental requirements of leadership, and asks how individuals showcase them.

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Doctors Still Leery of Professional Social Media

Doctors Still Leery of Professional Social Media | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

While some professions are basically shoo-ins for social media (journalists and Twitter, for example) others have been much slower to embrace the online universe, especially in cases where using social media might run afoul of legal and regulatory constraints and incur liability. That’s clearly the case with the medical profession, as physicians remain leery of using social media for professional purposes.

 

That’s the upshot of a national survey of 257 physicians conducted by the MedData Group in June. According to MedData, 44% of physicians surveyed said they don’t use social media professionally, while 32% use LinkedIn, 29% use online physician communities, 21% use Facebook, and 10% use Google+.

 

Doctors obviously aren’t totally against social media, as 60% said the use it for personal reasons. The compares with just 21% said they use it to keep up with healthcare news, and just 18% use it to engage with peers about professional subjects. Meanwhile 29% said they don’t use social media at all, even for personal reasons.

 

When physicians who don’t use social media for professional purposes were asked what was preventing them from doing so, 52% cited concerns about patient privacy, 51% said they don’t have the time, 42% said they were concerned about liability, 40% said they believe social media has little professional value, and 23% said they’re just not familiar with using social networks (I’m guessing this may reflect the attitude of an older cohort of physicians).

 

MedData also cited some anecdotal evidence, in the form of quotes from survey responses, suggesting doctors are (quite understandably) worried about their own privacy too. One respondent admitted “I worry it may allow patients into my private life,” and another said “I want to keep my social life separate from my professional life.”

 

All that said, professional social media does appear to be gradually gaining traction among doctors. Earlier this year Doximity, which maintains a social network for medical professionals, said it reached 250,000 members, or roughly 35% of all doctors in the U.S., with members sending 10,000 messages to other members every day.

 

Doximity pre-populates its national directory with practice information from the National Provider Identifier, Medicare, and other HHS databases, but all physicians who want to access their profiles are subject to a three-stage identity verification. Once on board, they can search Doximity members by clinical interests, hospital affiliations, specialties, languages spoken, insurance accepted, and PubMed citations.

Read more: http://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/229766/doctors-still-leery-of-professional-social-media.html


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Are You the PowerPoint Expert You Think You Are? Find Out with This PowerPoint Skills Inventory

Are You the PowerPoint Expert You Think You Are? Find Out with This PowerPoint Skills Inventory | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

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Bovee & Thill's Online Magazines for Business Communication's curator insight, November 4, 2013 11:59 PM

This assessment of your skills at using PowerPoint will help you understand what skills you need to learn in order to be a more proficient user of PowerPoint for your presentations. If you came to this page directly from outside this website, this is one of two assessments that are more fully described on this page introducing the PowerPoint Effectiveness Assessment.


Resources for Learning

You can learn many of the skills in the list by using the PowerPoint Tutorials on this site. These short videos have you sitting beside me as I demonstrate a skills. You can see the list of more than 30 videos here. . .

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Most Demanded Data Science and Data Mining Skills

Most Demanded Data Science and Data Mining Skills | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
This year saw continued strong demand for Data Scientists. Although "data scientist" Job Trends from indeed show the keyword peaking in 2013 and remaining flat in 2014, it may reflect changing titles and Data Scientists becoming more of a mainstream job. Many articles have been written about data science skills - see also at the bottom of this post. KDnuggets Job board www.kdnuggets.com/jobs/ has received the all-time high number of jobs in 2014 (about 245 so far), which is a sufficiently la

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Most Demanded Data Science and Data Mining Skills  with  new  Mindset  of  Thought  Leader .

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Must Read Report: The Internet’s Latest Disruption – Knowledge.

Must Read Report: The Internet’s Latest Disruption – Knowledge. | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Know or die: risk and opportunity of Knowledge 2.0
“And the web stormed the enterprise and disrupted roles, tasks and jobs: it cast speed, openness, flexibility and efficiency throughout, sparing no business processes: manufacturing, logistic, accounting, customer relation management, lead generation…”
The digital mutation is also profoundly disrupting how knowledge is acquired, organized and shared. Knowledge is an intangible, yet strategic asset of any enterprise. With businesses becoming more virtual and dematerialized, its value is patently and rapidly growing. Continue reading →
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nation.lk ::: - #Nanotechnology in construction industry

nation.lk ::: - #Nanotechnology in construction industry | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
As we have discussed, nanotechnology has its tentacles in many of applications. In the Sri Lankan context, construction is not considered as a field w...

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Hi, Sri  Lankan .                                                                                                               New  Construction Industry  with  real  green   Nanotechnology !

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Is Jesus an Artilect? (ARTIficial intelLECT)

Is Jesus an Artilect?  (ARTIficial intelLECT) | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Is Jesus an Artilect?  (ARTIficial intelLECT) A machine that is more intelligent than a human being. The term was coined by Dr. Hugo de Garis at Utah State Uni…

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Good  day,  Doug  Bard .                                                                                            Thank  you  for  this  message  to  my address.    I  think  need  to  say  about  new  understanding :  Artilect  {  ARTIfical  inteILECT }  is  part  of  new  Knowledge   with  new  opportunity  for  development . 

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How to Define Your Social Media Strategy - The National Law Review

How to Define Your Social Media Strategy - The National Law Review | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
When developing a strategy for social media marketing, you need to give serious thought to the 5 “W’s” and the “H”:
Who is your target market
What you want to a

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Understanding Dyslexia

Understanding Dyslexia | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Have you asked yourself what is dyslexia? Learn about the signs of dyslexia in children as well as dyslexia treatment options.

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Brain activity: To be able to read, our brains have to translate the symbols. New Mindsight from Thought Leader.  

Leadership is Capacity of Decoding the existent Reality .  Kind Regards, Sergey .
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Recognition and a modern day understanding of dyslexia are key to unlocking the potential that lies within the dyslexic brain! 2 years ago we had neither and now there is no stopping us!! 

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Does it pay to know your type?

Does it pay to know your type? | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

In this infographic, you'll get an overview of the 16 types to give a sense of how these bigger-than-life personalities fit in the Myers-Briggs philosophy. The official test is based on Carl Jung’s work in psychological typology.


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nahum ben binyamin's curator insight, January 29, 2013 5:47 PM

It pays to know who is the type you are talking with.

Can save you a lot of misunderstanding due to lack in communication.

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Understanding TYPE is analogous to understanding your personal story of temperament  (why we do the things we do and how we get those things done).


What's your TYPE  story?

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Using Global Insights to Drive Local Innovation | Innovation Management

Using Global Insights to Drive Local Innovation | Innovation Management | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

“Innovation” has become yet another buzz-word, used overwhelmingly by organizations to distinguish themselves from competitors.


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Do Bodily Expressions Compete with Facial Expressions? Time Course of Integration of Emotional Signals from the Face and the Body

Do Bodily Expressions Compete with Facial Expressions? Time Course of Integration of Emotional Signals from the Face and the Body | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

The decoding of social signals from nonverbal cues plays a vital role in the social interactions of socially gregarious animals such as humans. Because nonverbal emotional signals from the face and body are normally seen together, it is important to investigate the mechanism underlying the integration of emotional signals from these two sources. We conducted a study in which the time course of the integration of facial and bodily expressions was examined via analysis of event-related potentials (ERPs) while the focus of attention was manipulated. Distinctive integrating features were found during multiple stages of processing. In the first stage, threatening information from the body was extracted automatically and rapidly, as evidenced by enhanced P1 amplitudes when the subjects viewed compound face-body images with fearful bodies compared with happy bodies. In the second stage, incongruency between emotional information from the face and the body was detected and captured by N2. Incongruent compound images elicited larger N2s than did congruent compound images. The focus of attention modulated the third stage of integration. When the subjects' attention was focused on the face, images with congruent emotional signals elicited larger P3s than did images with incongruent signals, suggesting more sustained attention and elaboration of congruent emotional information extracted from the face and body. On the other hand, when the subjects' attention was focused on the body, images with fearful bodies elicited larger P3s than did images with happy bodies, indicating more sustained attention and elaboration of threatening information from the body during evaluative processes.


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The End of Traditional Ad Agencies

The End of Traditional Ad Agencies | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Open innovation is changing the economics of advertising.

 

Much like newspapers, conventional advertising agencies are becoming irrelevant. When one person with a wireless connection can be an agency, a media company, or even a manufacturer, traditional advertising organizations have to change their culture, processes, structure, talent policies, resources, and even their business and revenue models in order to embrace the power of open systems being fueled by digital connectivity. The old agency businesses may still have time to correct their course, but they must start now.

 

The radical democratization of business over the last decade created by open innovation, crowdsourcing, and co-creation is transforming how advertising organizations work. Victors and Spoils (V&S), where John is CEO, for example, wanted to land the Harley Davidson account after the motorcycle maker split with its long-time agency. But instead of going through the typical pitch process, the V&S team created a brief and posted it to its crowd of 7,200 creatives and strategists — made up of freelancers, moonlighters from other agencies, and brand and advertising enthusiasts all opting to work in a new open model. Six hundred ideas flooded in, John tweeted Harley CMO Mark-Hans Richer about what V&S was up to, and Richer tweeted back "go for it." V&S ultimately presented 65 of the ideas to Richer and landed the account. Whit Hiller, a Vespa dealer in Lexington, Kentucky, came up with the theme of "No Cages" and it continues to be Harley's brand anthem two years later.

 

As part of the crowdsourcing effort, V&S created Fan Machine, an app that turns a brand's social media platform into a virtual creative department, making fans central to the advertising process. Harley helped V&S launch Fan Machine by enlisting its fans to develop a new campaign. The app is one part ideation engine, one part social media platform, and one part ad agency. Harley used Fan Machine to communicate the idea-submission process to fans, describe awards and deadlines, and push a brief live. Then, fans got busy submitting ideas, voting them up or down, and sharing their own entries with their friends. Meanwhile, V&S tracked the brief, moderated the entries, collected fan data, and reported it back to Harley. Two-hundred-twenty-two ideas and 8,193 votes later, a concept from Harold Chase, a Harley fan from Tukwila, Washington, rose to the top. Harley fans loved it, the client loved it, and V&S crafted and produced it. The resulting "Stereotypical Harley" campaign was conceived by and for Harley fans and launched via twitter.

 

In another crowdsourcing venture, V&S helped Smartwool create fan-based advertising through a social media app that invites the firm's fans to upload images of themselves "Stripping to their Smartwool" to Facebook. The brand makes these fans into stars by using their images in Smartwool's advertising. Taking the campaign further, V&S has turned Smartwool's fans into field-testers who not only star in the advertising but also help the brand in its product innovation process. Typically, outdoor companies use professional athletes as field testers to help them not only test their products but also help innovate. Using real customers and fans makes more sense as they're actually buying and using the products.

 

While open innovation platforms in advertising lend themselves to creative work, they're also being tapped in the production phase of the business. MoFilm, Poptent, and Tongal, for example, focus on video production for television and web films. In every part of the industry, the open innovation model is changing the economics of advertising by switching significant fixed costs to variable costs and sourcing creative from more relevant and, many times, lower cost sources.

 

Each open innovation agency (and there are many) has its own revenue model, but common to all of them is the basic proposition of expanding the agency's capabilities by tapping the wisdom of a global self-selected crowd of creatives, strategists, and fans. In his research on InnoCentive, the first global Internet-based platform designed to match problems with creative problem-solvers, Harvard Business School professor Karim Lakhani observed that the further a problem was from the solvers' field of expertise, the more likely they were to solve it. Since few companies have the resources to hire the diverse disciplinary expertise found in open innovation networks, agencies will have to tap these networks if they hope to compete on creative output.

 

They'll also need these networks in order to compete on cost: The open innovation model can shave time and expense off the old ad development cycle. V&S begins a client engagement by inviting its crowd to help define the brand's problem — sometimes using the brand's own community of fans. This "defining" is the same thing that traditional agencies do, but the process is virtual, larger scale, and often both faster and more likely to produce relevant insights. During the creative development process fans can provide feedback early in the process, during pre-production, saving a lot of time and money compared to the old cycle of campaign, test, refine, and so on. When one of ten ideas catches fire, then the V&S core group of professionals, who are also from the open innovation pool, work with the new input and insights to deliver the final product.

 

For ad agencies to survive the shift to open systems they must not think of it as an innovation but as a transformation. As we're still in the experimentation phase, we need fearless clients, managers, and organizations. Agencies must rethink their business models and go from being place-based organizations that sell employees' time to creating a new operating system that harnesses the creativity that's all around them.

 


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Karen Goldfarb Copywriter's curator insight, September 5, 2013 1:05 PM

My first creative director used to say "a good idea doesn't care who has it." Crowdsourcing certainly takes that to the nth degree. I'm all for good ideas. But I'm also for compensating those who are trying to create them, even if they aren't the "winners."

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Start With a Business Model, Not a Business Plan - Steve Blank @sgBlank

Start With a Business Model, Not a Business Plan - Steve Blank @sgBlank | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

   Where did the idea that startups write business plans come from? In the early days of venture capital, investors and entrepreneurs were familiar with the format of business plans from large companies and adopted it for startups. Without much thought it has been used ever since.

 

   A business plan is the execution document that existing companies write when planning product-line extensions where customer, market and product features are known. The plan is an operating document describes the execution strategy for addressing these “knowns.”

   A startup is notabout executing a series of knowns. Most startups are facing a series of unknowns – unknown customer segments, unknown customer needs, unknown product feature set, etc.That means that writing a static business plan first adds no value to starting a company, as the plan does not represent the iterative nature of the search for the model.

 

Bio & Books: http://blogs.wsj.com/accelerators/steve-blank/ .

Free & Near Free Tips: http://steveblank.com/2012/11/27/open-source-entrepreneurship/

 


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The worst possible way to push kids into studying science, math and engineering | Jeff Guo | WashPost.com

It’s an old debate in education: what skills should we be teaching students? In some circles, it’s not a debate at all; President Obama has perennially championed science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) as key fields for the economic success and competitiveness of the economy. This, too, is an old faith, one that dates to the Sputnik anxieties of the Cold War.

The tech industry, of course, is a huge booster of STEM education efforts. By their account, the nation suffers from a dire drought of technical workers, and in addition to training more at home, we should also lift the caps on importing engineers from China and India. A Brookings report from July found that openings for STEM jobs indeed seem harder to fill. The postings stay up for longer, especially those that call for specialized programming knowledge.

Since there appears to be a shortage of tech workers, what sort of market failures or policies are to blame? And how can we go about fixing them?

These days, for instance, it’s recognized that lack of opportunity holds back many students who might thrive in STEM occupations. The Obama administration has pledged to recruit more low-income students into STEM fields, which would also help them gain access to the middle class.

For some illumination, it’s helpful to look at how other countries have responded to the pressure to techify their workforces. A new study from Stanford looks at what happened in Italy, when a 1961 law doubled the number of students in STEM majors graduating from the country’s universities.

 

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