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Innovation is key to sustainable business and country's economy |Economy |chinadaily.com.cn

Innovation is key to sustainable business and country's economy |Economy |chinadaily.com.cn | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Innovation has become the new driver for both their enterprises and the Chinese economy, while challenges exist when introducing new technologies.

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The Role of Social Media & Thought Leadership in the Shifting
Healthcare Industry

The Role of Social Media & Thought Leadership in the Shifting<br/>Healthcare Industry | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

“The greatest threats in healthcare are not competitive. They are consumer driven.”

—John Crowley, VP of Sales Operations, Cardinal Health

In the past decade, the healthcare industry has seen more disruption to the classic sales cycle than almost any other. Quantified health, up-to-the-minute fitness tracking, personalized medicine, and customized care have changed the way we talk about healthcare—and more than ever, consumers are driving sales in the industry.

The Current State of Social Media in Healthcare

In an age where there’s an app for everything, it was only a matter of time before on demand diagnostic apps like Pager, major social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, online forums, and interactive communities moved into the healthcare industry. Medical information has been at consumers’ fingertips since WebMD first launched its symptom diagnosis page 20 years ago in 1996. The proliferation of access—and expectation—to that healthcare data is only increasing.

Medical apps track our sleep, heart rate, step count, calories, stress, and blood pressure—but more importantly they share this data with doctors and social media circles. Mashable reports that every day, people are having sensitive healthcare discussions on social media, and important diagnostic decisions are being made by leaders in this field based on this engagement.

The Social Shift in Power

This fundamental shift from private, closely held medical information moving from the doctor to the patient is being replaced by open discussions about health—and more importantly treatment options and recommendations—via social media.

Cardinal Health VP of Sales, John Crowley shares that “the power has shifted away from the physician and toward the health system and payer. These institutions and their buying committees are online, social and researching your products."

Healthcare’s Social Media Early Adopters

In 2012, roughly 1 in 5 people had at least one health app on their phones. In 2016 that number is closer to 60%, but nearly 90% of 18-24 year olds (typical early adopters), report that they would “trust medical information shared by others on their social media networks.” These same 18-24 year olds are more than twice as likely than 45-54 year olds to engage in healthcare discussions via social media.

Crowley sums up what this mass migration to social media means for sales teams that are slow to adapt:

“Patients today are digitally driven, socially connected and mobile. In order to stay relevant, healthcare companies must evolve to connect with patients and caregivers where they want to meet—online, socially and in real time. Companies that figure out how to do this or facilitate it for other healthcare companies will win in the technology age.”

So, if consumers clearly expect healthcare companies and providers to engage with them, why are so many healthcare sales reps ignoring the benefits of social?

The Challenges of Social Media Adoption in Healthcare

The biggest obstacle to implementing social media engagement among healthcare sales reps is the perceived lack of adoption—not by consumers, but by doctors. A recent poll from MedTech Media shows that only 31% of healthcare professionals use social media for professional use (like networking), and while this could certainly be higher, the number of healthcare professionals using social media is on the rise.

Today more than 99.4% of hospitals in the US have an active social media account. Over half (50.4%) have accounts on at least four different sites. That’s a dramatic spike in engagement, up from just 26% of hospitals with social media accounts in 2012. So if consumers and healthcare professionals are using social, what’s stopping healthcare sales teams?

One study from the Journal of Medical Internet Research says it best:

“This dramatic increase in social media use may show the increasing value of social media to hospitals to potentially improve market share, engage with patients, increase profitability, or advance their missions in health and healthcare.”

Social Media: Healthcare’s Exciting New Frontier

Increased market share, engagement, and profitability are all right there at your fingertips. Crowley however warns that while the sales benefits of social media are clear, “the modern healthcare sales professional must evolve to use social media as a tool for networking, self-improvement and thought leadership. Note I didn’t say ‘selling.’ Social is a tool for engaging and curating—never selling in healthcare.”

Consumers are starved for valuable, shareable health-related content and healthcare professionals are looking for ways to become thought leaders in their field. There’s never been a better time to become an influencer in the healthcare industry. Embrace social media as a healthcare sales professional and harness the exponential growth of this rapidly changing field.


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Megatrends in MOOCs: #11 Alternative Credentials

Megatrends in MOOCs: #11 Alternative Credentials | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

New forms of education require new types of credentials. But what does it mean when job applicants put digital badges on their resumes or when an employee earns a verified certificate from a free online course? One of the biggest opportunities for MOOCs and other digital learning environments has been in the development of alternative credentials, which may turn out to be even better than traditional degrees at highlighting one’s knowledge and skills.


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When creativity becomes content

When creativity becomes content | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
In adland's binary world 'magicians' see creativity whilst 'mathematicians' see content. It's time to get them together again, writes David Brennan, founder of Media Native.
I attended my first Ad Week Europe last week and I was pleasantly surprised (apart from the queuing system, which made some of London Transport's recent travails seem like a walk in the park). I witnessed some high quality debate, a real sense of the unfolding opportunities digital convergence is creating and - most of all - a sense of celebration of the best our industry has to offer.
Most of our working lives we find ourselves on the back foot; defending a position or responding to the latest disruption that is threatening to replace our existing business model. So, it is a rare, uplifting feeling - reinforced by the unexpected springtime weather - to see the best of our industry in action.
We produce some really good stuff. We should never forget that. I've been working in advertising and media since before 'New Romantic' meant anything other than a bunch of 18th century poets, and it amazes me how much talent, innovation, big-picture thinking and creativity we produce, even as we rock from one technological disruption to the next.
Creativity, most of all.
Ad Week Europe was a great showcase for creativity. Excellent ideas, based on universal themes, communicated in powerful ways which resonate way beyond their point of impact. The standing room-only Creative Carousel - hosted by Lindsay Clay - was a joy to attend, but this focus on creativity - and its manifestations through music, vlogging, film, gaming, journalism and just about any other channels you can think of - was a strand running through much of the week.
I thought most of the media represented at Ad Week Europe - both legacy and digital media - stated their case for a meaningful role in this fast-evolving landscape really well, and most of them addressed their unique ability to deliver an audience, environment or context within which the best creativity could land, thrive and linger. In which it could resonate.
But then there were the other bits. 'Programmatic 101'. 'The War on Ad Fraud'. 'How Will Programmatic Change The TV Landscape?'. 'Decoding Programmatic'. 'Advertising Automation: Into The Looking Glass'. 'Programmatic - Problem or Panacea?'
Are you seeing a pattern emerging there?
There were a few sessions that brought these worlds together, but to be honest they were mainly inhabiting different universes, and nowhere was this more so than in their differing perceptions of how this great industry of ours is powered. In this (still) binary world of the magic and the math(s), the magicians see 'creativity' and the mathematicians see 'content'.
There is no doubting digital's huge and (generally) positive influence on both our personal and professional lives, but I've always believed it will struggle to reach its full potential until it understands the power of the magic over the maths.
This disconnect can be seen in those two little words; content and creativity. Based on nothing more scientific than my failing memory, the term 'content' was used far more frequently in the latter sessions, whereas 'creativity' far more in the former.
There is nothing inherently wrong with that, but reducing the ephemeral, mercurial, unpredictable nature of great creativity, to sort of commoditise it all into this murky gloop we define as 'content' tends to undermine its performance.
'Content' is a form of commoditisation. It assumes all exposures to whatever content has equal value. It assumes the variations between great and awful 'content' can somehow be built into the relevant algorithms and analytics.
It assumes it is easy to produce and personalise; one of the false premises of addressability is that "It is possible to have a different ad for every household ". It assumes (quite rightly) that anybody can produce 'content' and (quite wrongly) that it will automatically have a value. Most analysis of 'content' rarely values or even measures the impact of the surrounding context.
Seeing creativity as merely content helps to feed the hype around programmatic trading, addressability, native content, online display, social media and UGC, to name but a few.
When I raised this dissonance between the maths and the magic at a session on the relationship between branded content and film, panellist Adrian Pettit from Cake (who, I have to admit, came up with the maths vs. magic analogy in the first place) summed up the debate in relation to branded content when he stated the magic will always drive the process - and the performance; the maths is there to work it as hard as possible.
If this is the case, I would like to see more evidence from the mathematicians about how they can add potency to the magic fairy dust, as well as making it sprinkle further and for longer. I would like to see them talking the language of creativity more, attempting to factor in its complexities and nuances more sensitively.
Because, ironically, maths and magic go back a long way. We simply need them to get back together again.

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Social responsibility, global development, and the future of learning.

Social responsibility, global development, and the future of learning. | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
The future of education and international development: Egon Zehnder brought together Save the Children Chief Executive Jasmine Whitbread and educational scientist Sugata Mitra to talk about the need to develop a new paradigm for global development – one that puts a premium on sharing knowledge, building partnerships, and collaboration across sectors.

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“In our current system of education, the assumption is that teaching leads to learning. But there is a different way. If you allow groups of children to self-organise, then the learning emerges naturally on its own.” - Sugata Mitra                                 */S.Y\ The Evolution of Leader . A Permanent Creativity give " Things of Perfection", the Application of They born Smart Transformation / New Understanding & Analytical Wisdom. This is New Level of Knowledge /.
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Γιώργος Παπαναστασίου's curator insight, November 16, 2014 9:11 AM

Sugata Mitra: A good curriculum is one that is changing every single day – not once every five years, as it does now in much of the developed world.


Jasmine Whitebread: Education is one of the areas where huge change is possible in the next few years. 

Dennis Swender's curator insight, November 17, 2014 3:23 AM

The last two chapters of Banks brings additional insight to global identity awareness.

tom cockburn's curator insight, December 24, 2014 6:22 AM

Going beyond the limits of current models of capitalism for sustainability gains seems sensible

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What Can Digital Transformation Do For You? - DevOps.com

What Can Digital Transformation Do For You? - DevOps.com | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Contrary to what the massive articles around digital transformation suggest, your business lines’ primary concern isn’t the amazing technology innovations that pop up every day but how well they’re going to deal with your industry’s disruption. Something is sure, your IT organization’s digital transformation cannot be narrowed to technology changes; that’s a simplistic vision which ignores the disruptive impacts …
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How to Build a Culture of Originality

How to Build a Culture of Originality | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Anyone can innovate if given the opportunity and the support.

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(From the article): When everyone thinks in similar ways and sticks to dominant norms, businesses are doomed to stagnate. To fight that inertia and drive innovation and change effectively, leaders need sustained original thinking in their organizations. They get it by building a culture of nonconformity, as Kohlmann did in the navy. I’ve been studying this for the better part of a decade, and it turns out to be less difficult than I expected.


For starters, leaders must give employees opportunities and incentives to generate—and keep generating—new ideas, so that people across functions and roles get better at pushing past the obvious. However, it’s also critical to have the right people vetting those ideas. That part of the process should be much less democratic and more meritocratic, because some votes are simply more meaningful than others. And finally, to continue generating and selecting smart ideas over time, organizations need to strike a balance between cultural cohesion and creative dissent.

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(From the article): When everyone thinks in similar ways and sticks to dominant norms, businesses are doomed to stagnate. To fight that inertia and drive innovation and change effectively, leaders need sustained original thinking in their organizations. They get it by building a culture of nonconformity, as Kohlmann did in the navy. I’ve been studying this for the better part of a decade, and it turns out to be less difficult than I expected.


For starters, leaders must give employees opportunities and incentives to generate—and keep generating—new ideas, so that people across functions and roles get better at pushing past the obvious. However, it’s also critical to have the right people vetting those ideas. That part of the process should be much less democratic and more meritocratic, because some votes are simply more meaningful than others. And finally, to continue generating and selecting smart ideas over time, organizations need to strike a balance between cultural cohesion and creative dissent.

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Transformational Leadership: Taught or Talent? -

Transformational Leadership: Taught or Talent? - | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Is being a leader something you’re born with? — What does it take to be a great leader? 


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Transformational Leadership as a teachable skill assumes that the gap between where we are and the needed transformation is simply insufficient knowledge. - */S.Y\ The Evolution of Leader . A Permanent Creativity give " Things of Perfection", the Application of They born Smart Transformation / New Understanding & Analytical Wisdom. This is New Level of Knowledge.
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David Hain's curator insight, April 22, 5:25 AM

Can we be taught to transform, or do we have to be born with the potential? And is leader just another word for human being?

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(From the article):Perhaps we have so closely tied worth and value as a human being with the title Leader that to say that someone does not have leadership is to dehumanize them to some degree. But whatever we decide to call it, there will always be some people who take charge and inspire change. And there will always be a team of people that take some responsibility in making that change happen. Let’s start appreciating people for who they are and recognize their contributions. Everyone has talent. But we all don’t have to have the same talent. - See more at: http://goodmenproject.com/business-ethics-2/transformational-leadership-taught-or-talent-mrnd/#sthash.BRFl3rQz.dpuf
Ron McIntyre's curator insight, April 22, 1:57 PM

Great discussion.  Where do you stand on the subject?

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The Art of Creativity

The Art of Creativity | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Service providers and retailers outside the beauty industry have had to compete with the increasing growth of Internet sales. This has resulted in a number of retailers led by Apple, implementing a radical business model that required creative thinking. The same consumers that shop at Apple visit our salons. Today’s salon owner will have to re-evaluate their business model, on how to be more creative.

Where does creativity come from? What if you could locate the exact position in the brain where it comes from? Artistic creativity is a neurological product—it is the science of innovation. We are moving close to a position where we will be able to manipulate circuitry linked to creativity. The same way that you take a cup of coffee in the morning for its nuero-pharmacological effects. It will be the same with a creativity pill. It's time to work on this design, or a photo shoot. Let me take a pill that will get me in my groove a little more easily.

Why are some people bold connectors of ideas and others not, when everybody has the capacity to be creative? To avoid risking failure and ridicule, many people subconsciously reject information that contradicts received wisdom without exploring its possibilities. Deadlines make it worse. When faced with a challenge, people focus on what is obviously relevant and this confines thinking to predictable paths. 

How do we get closer to the source of creativity? Is it something that we can nurture from a young age?
I heard a great story recently of a little girl who was in a drawing lesson at school. She was six and was sitting at the back of the classroom. The teacher said this little girl hardly ever paid attention, but in this drawing lesson she did. The teacher went over to her and asked, "What are you drawing?" The girl replied, "I am drawing a picture of God." And, the teacher said, "But nobody knows what God looks like." The little girl responded, "They will in a minute."

Kids will take a chance. If they don't know, they will have a go. They are not frightened of being wrong. If we are not prepared to be wrong, we will never come up with anything original. By the time they are adults, most kids have lost that capacity. They have become frightened of being wrong and they go on to run their companies by stigmatizing mistakes. The result is, we are educating people out of their creative capacity.

Picasso once said, “All children are born artists; the problem is to remain an artist as we grow up.” I believe we don't grow into creativity, but we grow out of it, or rather we get educated out of it.

It is fear that stops us reaching our endless potential of creativity. If I put a plank on the ground two feet wide and thirty feet long, I am going to walk on it without looking down at the plank. I can go back and forth and jump up and down with no problem. Now I am going to put the plank 300 feet in the air, and I would not go near it.

Intense fear paralyses us; it affects the way the brain works. When we have fear and anxiety we are not distracted and we can focus. When we are anxious, we release nuero-transmitters in the brain, which focuses us. When we are happy our brain emits dopamine into the pre-frontal lobes, which makes us problem solvers and out-of the-box thinkers.

Creativity is the process of putting your imagination to work. With imagination you can enter other people's worldviews, you can empathize, and try and see the world as they do.

It is one thing to have creative capacities; it's a different thing to know how to develop them. As an example, we didn't teach our children to speak. We didn't sit them down at the age of one and say, "Listen we need to talk, or rather you do!" That doesn't happen. They learn by a process of imitation, which draws on a natural capacity to speak. Children at a very young age demonstrate all kinds of creative capacities, but if you don't develop them they may not evolve.

Our education system is predicated on the idea of academic ability. There was no education system before the 19th century. This evolved to meet the needs of industrialism. Mathematics, English and Science were priorities. We were benignly steered away from subjects we liked on the basis that you would never get a job.

In the next 30 years, more people worldwide will be graduating through education since the beginning of history. Future degrees will not be worth what they have been in the past.

We need to radically rethink and revise our view of intelligence. Fear and creativity are conjoined twins. People are so afraid of their fear that they end up killing creativity. Creativity is going into the uncertain, and the uncertain is always scary. 

The Creativity of Environmental Psychology

You may not be aware as you walk through a supermarket, but every aspect of the experience has been carefully designed to maximize the amount of money you will spend by the time you walk out. This includes elements like placing staples such as milk on the farthest wall from the entrance, so that you are exposed to the other merchandise to get there. Putting foods with kid appeal on lower shelves so they can see and lobby for it and putting impulse buy items at the Check Out. Even the smell wafting from the bakery has been calculated to increase the number of items in your shopping cart. Though we'd like to think we are buying only needed products, we are not immune to subconscious cues.

Designing environments

Supermarkets and serious retailers never try to reform man, that’s much too difficult. What they do is modify the environment in such a way to get man moving in preferred directions.

When we design for behavior change, we are much more successful than if we rely on persuasion. The environment surrounding an individual, affects their behavior. Creating a situation that encourages and supports behavior changes, increases the likelihood that those positive choices will be sustainable for a long time. The click versus brick story isn’t new and the repercussions have been felt for over a decade. Some salons need to change their mindset from worrying about, 'How can we compete?' when they should be focusing on 'How can we engage?' It’s not just about bridging the gap between the physical and digital: the former needs to learn from the latter.

Salons need to change their mindset from "How do we compete?" to "How can we engage?"
Great products trump most things, but as the products and services become more alike, it’s even more important to distinguish a salon from its competition through its behaviors and beliefs. When physical spaces are designed as extensions, with whole branded experiences to both context and customer at their core, truly amazing moments occur.

Creative Possibilities

Possibilities are a force that has transformed the world. It is possibilities that have allowed us to go to the moon, seek new vistas and to invent the Internet.  A recent study in evolutionary biology asked the question, "What is the most powerful driving force, with regard to growth of the human brain?" The study found that the brain has shifted from being a perceptual organ to an influential organ. We are wired for possibilities. Your brain will move you towards your goal, long before you know it. It is called preemptive perception.

When you are on a path to go from where you are to where you want to be, look inside. When all else fails, imagine. Because imagination is an extremely powerful force that activates the action center of the brain.

Human life is inherently creative. It’s why we all have different resumes. We create our lives and can recreate them as we go through them. It's the common currency of being a human being. We all create our own lives through this restless process of possibilities, but creativity cannot flourish in mechanistic conceptions. Death Valley is the hottest, driest place in America. Nothing grows there because it never rains. In the winter in 2004 seven inches of rain fell over a very short period. In the spring of 2005 there was a phenomenon. The whole floor of Death Valley was carpeted in flowers for a while. What it proved was that Death Valley isn’t dead, it’s dormant. Right beneath the surface are these seeds of possibility waiting for the right conditions to come about. If the conditions are right, life and creativity is inevitable.

The question is not how to compete—it’s how do we evolve? We need to create a culture of possibilities in our salons. If we do that, people will rise and achieve beyond anticipation!

What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls the butterfly!

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Self-Regulation Update | Canadian Education Association (CEA)

Self-Regulation Update | Canadian Education Association (CEA) | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Dr. Stuart Shanker is best known as Canada’s leading expert on the science of self-regulation. Dr.
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Everything You Need to Know About Social Media Command Centers

Everything You Need to Know About Social Media Command Centers | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
A social media command center is a dedicated area where a company can monitor and engage in social conversation around their brand and market.

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, June 2, 2013 5:07 PM

Very interesting read.  I took the time to download the Clemson pdf, sign of things to come...

 

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What are some uses of social media command centers?

 

~Connect with key decision makers. Dell uses their command center to connect with IT leaders to uncover helpful information in order to better understand customers.

 

~Give executives an at-a-glance look at the social health of your brand. Cisco installed a 2-screen kiosk in front of their CEO and CMO’s offices so company leaders can keep one eye on the brand.

 

~Stay connected. Clemson University’s command center was used by student researchers to monitor conversations about academics, NCAA athletics, alumni and student activities, and community programs.

 

~Serve as the platform for your crisis communications plan. American Red Cross staff and digital volunteers listen to online conversations, interacting directly with people who need help or have questions.

 

~Inform content strategy and development. Edelman Digital is the interactive arm of the world’s largest independently-owned public relations firm. They’ve set up their own Social Intelligence Command Center (SICC), which monitors the social web to gather data for many activities, including content strategy and development.

Andreas Kuswara's comment, June 11, 2013 9:07 PM
interesting, not sure how many would have the luxury to have such center. it has to be tied to a more traditional corporate management function to justify setting one up, probably.
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Is TV losing its exclusivity to the Internet?


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Internet beat TV, Spiral Leader make Insight for Market, Money Follow to Content on Demand.

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Kim's curator insight, June 4, 2013 12:47 PM

MANCHESTER, UK -- Ryan McDermott talks with Yahoo TV UK about his brilliant new sitcom 'Staff Room.' The pilot shoot just wrapped and the team has managed to attract big name talent. This is a first.

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5 Things To Do When You Lead A Digital Transformation

5 Things To Do When You Lead A Digital Transformation | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
CIO Isaac Sacolick on 5 Things to keep in mind if you want to succeed as a leader of a digital transformation.

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Why the future of your business depends on curiosity

Why the future of your business depends on curiosity | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

In an economy of individuals with everyone in the world close to all the information in the world, organizations can no longer just copy-paste their strategy and plans from the year before. There is no way back. The open world is here to stay and expected to further accelerate. The future will be less about money, power or size, but more about agility, networking and sharing. In order to survive, businesses need to grow to a permanent state of curiosity, making it a core strategic competence.

Barriers to Curiosity

While every human being is curious by nature, organizations are not. Most management practices are failing and working against driving organizational curiosity: hierarchical and silo structures prevent bottom-up or transversal creativity, closed mindsets block fresh thoughts from the outside world, and funnel thinking limits the survival of out-of-the-box ideas. Companies can only be curious because they are composed of individuals who are curious. But the problem with individuals is that they are all victims of their own human limitations. We suffer from an illusion ofknowledge bias, thinking we know more than we actually do. We suffer from false consensus bias, starting from our own vision of the world, believing that everybody thinks like us and would make the same choices. We suffer from observational selection bias making us find new evidence to support our own false beliefs. We suffer from agnosticism bias, not knowing what we don’t know, focusing too much on things we already do know.

 

The future will be less about money, power or size, but more about agility, networking and sharing. In order to survive, businesses need to grow to a permanent state of curiosity, making it a core strategic competenc


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Russ Merz, Ph.D.'s curator insight, February 17, 2014 5:54 PM

Four steps for overcoming barriers and stimulating curiosity within your organization.

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The definitive SEO audit: Content and on-site

The definitive SEO audit: Content and on-site | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
'Every situation is unique. This outline of the elements of a content and onsite SEO audit discusses the common first points I look at with unpenalized sites hoping to increase their traffic. If you have a penalty or other serious issues, this list is not exhaustive and will not cover all the areas you will need to research or methods to employ. 

Last month, I started my three-part series on conducting an SEO audit on your website. The purpose of auditing your site regularly is to ensure that you’re not only protecting yourself against penalties or technical oversights, but that you’re taking full advantage of the content you’re providing (from an organic SEO standpoint in this context) and that you’re “forcing” yourself to keep updated on shifts in users and terms as well as changes in the overall algorithms'.


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The definitive SEO audit: Content and on-site.  -  */S.Y\ Original Content from Thought Leader is Best Basic Function for SEO Audit.
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The emerging Darwinian approach to analytics and augmented intelligence

The emerging Darwinian approach to analytics and augmented intelligence | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Much has been made about the business implications of recent, rapid advancements in cognitive computing -- that is, the possibility of advanced analytics..
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Predictive analytics networks help data scientists crowdsource the best algorithms that, when checked in real time, can help reduce billions of events to the few that matter.  -  */S.Y\ Transformation of Thought Leader give New Understanding & Analytical Wisdom.
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Kris Kristofferson Songs Honored During All-Star Concert

Kris Kristofferson Songs Honored During All-Star Concert | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
An all-star lineup gathered in Nashville on Wednesday night (March 16) to pay tribute to Kris Kristofferson.
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All-Star of  Best Mind  for the Future .
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WHICH IS THE BEST LANGUAGE TO LEARN?

WHICH IS THE BEST LANGUAGE TO LEARN? | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Once a mark of the cultured, language-learning is in retreat among English speakers. It’s never too late, but where to start? Robert Lane Greene launches our Big Question

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WHICH IS THE BEST LANGUAGE TO LEARN? - */S.Y\ The Best Language is the  Language of Innovation. Courage is the Positive Result of Your Creative Ability.
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Authentic Leadership Is The Key To Innovation

Authentic Leadership Is The Key To Innovation | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
When it comes to creating an innovative culture, nothing takes the place of strong, authentic leadership.

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"To me, courage is seeking out the broadest environment that you can influence.” Denise Karkos .  -   The transformation will come from leadership. W. Edwards Deming .   -  */S.Y\   Leadership's Secret is Find New Paradigm for Development.
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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, July 8, 2013 4:14 PM

Innovation is a product of systems. 

Systems are an emergent factor of leadership. 

Therefore, leadership drives innovation.

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» How To Create More Confidently - The Creative Mind

» How To Create More Confidently - The Creative Mind | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Creating may often include anxiety and other sorts of fear. We need to develop courage and learn how to deal with these feelings to be more fully creative.

 

One idea from Eric Maisel: “All day long we’re supposed to get things right: pay our bills, pick up our kids, and so on. It is very hard to move from this everyday mindset to a creative mindset where huge mistakes and messes are permitted and even welcomed."


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How to Enhance Your Creativity. - */S.Y\ You Can Changing your Creativity with Permanent Creativity.
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Grace Jolliffe's curator insight, December 8, 2013 7:35 PM

Creating doesn't make us fearful but the exposure of ourself through creations does!

 

Belkacem Nabout's curator insight, December 9, 2013 6:42 AM

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http://belgouche.worldgn.com/ et aussi et surtout 
http://belgouche.adkash.com/

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The Creative Brief, And The Client's Role In It - Forbes

The Creative Brief, And The Client's Role In It - Forbes | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Blaise Pascal would have been a fantastic creative brief writer (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Every advertising agency has their own take on the "creative brief," that sacred of sacred ad documents.

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... a short, powerful, inspiring creative brief that will yield untold genius for your business. - */S.Y\ Power Score is a Fuction of Your Permanent Creativity .
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Leadership Styles: Choosing the Right Approach for the Situation

Leadership Styles: Choosing the Right Approach for the Situation | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
Learn about transformational leadership, charismatic leadership, bureaucratic leadership, transactional leadership, servant leadership and more.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=LeaderShip

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Situational+Leadership+Theory

 


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Transformational Leadership - */S.Y\ Transformation of Thought Leader give New Understanding & Analytical Wisdom and the Evolution on Content.
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Learn about transformational leadership, charismatic leadership, bureaucratic leadership, transactional leadership, servant leadership and more.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=LeaderShip

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Situational+Leadership+Theory

 

 

Walter Gassenferth's curator insight, April 21, 7:14 AM
Very interesting subject to be considered and discussed. Another excellent application for a business professional, is the provision of information on a specific topic in drops. Each specialist must have a site to do this. For those who speak Spanish or Portuguese, an example can be seen in http://www.quanticaconsultoria.com
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TwinPeaks Online

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TwinPeaks Online has grown from a small computer retail store in Glendale, California in 1982 to a software design, sales and support company providing computing solutions to small and medium size businesses all over the United States, Canada, and beyond.


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Hi, TWINPEAKS ONLINE. - */S.Y\  The Modern World has Index of Transformation. QR - Codes, Cellular, Cryptocurrency , ... ext. Internet beat TV, Spiral Leader  make insight for Market, Money follow Content on Demand. Aspectology of A Permanent Creativity. Virtual Mirroring as Retrospection of New Social Media. 

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TwinPeaks Online's curator insight, December 26, 2015 1:24 AM

To develop and market advanced industry-specific accounting and management software worldwide.

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Big Data and the Future of Business | MIT Technology Review

Big Data and the Future of Business | MIT Technology Review | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
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Big Data and the Future of Business  with Spiral  Leader .  

*/S.Y\ Internet beat TV, Spiral Leader make Insight  for Market, Money follow Content on Demand. 
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The Importance of Teaching Critical Thinking

The Importance of Teaching Critical Thinking | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it

Critical thinking is a term that is given much discussion without much action.  K-12 educators and administrators are pushed to teach the necessities as dictated by the standardized assessments in order to catch up the students to students of other countries.  In this push for better test scores, many students are leaving the K-12 education system lacking the critical thinking skills that are necessary to succeed in higher education or in the workplace (Smith & Szymanski, 2013).


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*/S.Y\  A  Permanent Creativity as  the Positive Result  of  Evolution  the Critical  Thinking .

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How to Cultivate a Creative Mind

How to Cultivate a Creative Mind | A New Paradigm of Development | Scoop.it
More often than not, success is synonymous with creativity. If success comes with being creative, the crucial question then, is what does it take to possess a creative mind?

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This unique cooperation of different portions of the brain will create the perfect environment for your mind to be at its creative best.  -  */S.Y\ Essential Qualities Of Leadership. - Creativity, Permanent Creativity & Multi - Level Creativity.  

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 1, 2014 12:40 PM

Integrating written, artistic, spoken, and digital activities makes sense. They each stimulate the brain differently.