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Why Some Innovative Leaders Get Exceptional Results - Forbes

Why Some Innovative Leaders Get Exceptional Results - Forbes | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
Why Some Innovative Leaders Get Exceptional Results
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How is it that only a few business leaders and entrepreneurs seem to drive exceptional results and disruptive innovation in this rapidly changing market economy (marketquake)?
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How do you make innovation productive?

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25 Most Essential Insights About Innovation

25 Most Essential Insights About Innovation | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
Innovation is difficult. You are not the only one who thinks it's a challenge. It has been a struggle for me the last 25 years as manager, consultant, facilitator and as founder of the FORTH

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David Ednie's curator insight, March 8, 11:38 AM

1. The problem of brainstorms is the inability of people to let go of the old ideas.
2. For most companies evolutionary ideas are quite revolutionary.
3. Research turns $ in knowledge, innovation turns knowledge into $.

Progressive training's curator insight, March 10, 1:22 PM

25 Most Essential Insights About Innovation

#Innovation

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The Top Ten Brain Science And Psychology Studies Of 2013

The Top Ten Brain Science And Psychology Studies Of 2013 | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“Each year when I begin developing this annual compilation—four years running—it seems harder and harder to narrow down to ten studies; in fact, given the number of studies published every year, it’s impossible.”
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Now Hear This: Informed Patients Seek Doctors Who Listen

Now Hear This: Informed Patients Seek Doctors Who Listen | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
Are you a good listener?These days, you better be for one simple reason. Given the amount of information aesthetic consumers now have access to, doctors who don’t listen to what patients have to say about their care may find their surgical schedules a lot quieter than they’d like.As this infographic suggests, patients are not only bringing their own research into their meetings with their doctors, they’re actively seeking out providers who are willing and interested in discussing what they’ve found.As healthcare advocate Katherine Hoffman, who created the infographic notes, the results came from a small sample of online respondents so they’re best considered a snapshot rather than a statistically significant study. Nevertheless, the following pair of respondent comments put the picture into exceedingly clear focus:“My physician is utterly dismissive of anything I say to them. I am now changing doctors.I gather [information], doctor and I review together, doctor interprets, doctor makes recommendation. Serves a healthy doctor-patient relationship.”That dichotomy takes on even more significance when you consider that more and more people are chronicling their aesthetic journeys from start to finish. At RealSelf, we see it all the time as patients extol doctors who listen to them, reject ones who don’t, and share the details with millions of other potential patients.As the say in the movie theater: The audience is listening. Are you?
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Patient Portals for Medical Images

Patient Portals for Medical Images | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
Patients want access to their images now and a patient portal allows them instant access at their fingertips to share with whoever they want whether it’s the referring physician, or friends and family.Cobalt Imaging Center is a medical charity that provides state of the art imaging for a large population in Southwest England. The facility will slowly roll out MyVue from carestream and get patients adapted to a timely, functional, and secure way of sharing medical images.Hear more about the benefits a patient portal brings to patients and imaging facilities in the video at http://youtu.be/jfUd7qnMrDE
original post at http://healthworkscollective.com/ericacarnevale/143261/patient-portals-enable-immediate-secure-access-medical-images
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The Evolution Of The Connected Web

The Evolution Of The Connected Web | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“ Whoever put CES on the calendar just the week into the New Year had a cruel sense of humor.”
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Forrester: Top Technology Trends for 2014 And Beyond - Infinite Space PR

Forrester: Top Technology Trends for 2014 And Beyond - Infinite Space PR | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“ This month, Forrester released its list of top technology trends for the three year time horizon.”
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Is America Stealing Entrepreneurs? Immigration And The Small Business Dream

Is America Stealing Entrepreneurs? Immigration And The Small Business Dream | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“ According to new research released this month, the glory of entrepreneurship, the American Dream to trump all American Dreams, isn’t the reason that immigrants are more likely than any other demographic to launch a small business soon after setting...”
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ICYMI: What will a smart city look like in 2050?

ICYMI: What will a smart city look like in 2050? | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“ Our latest roundup of the latest in sustainability news finds that yes, the cloud really (still) is greener, the next stage of CODA's EV evolution and the big money to be had from climate adaptation. (ICYMI: What will a smart city look like in 2050?”
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Big Ideas 2014: The Year of the Entrepreneur

Big Ideas 2014: The Year of the Entrepreneur | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
Technology is helping every business, large and small to move forwards, which will only increase in the coming year. Now, entrepreneurs can build companies at a fraction of the cost in the past. All of the little things that used to add up to big headaches for new businesses, from accounting to website development, are now available to small businesses, giving them the same capabilities as large enterprises at a cost they can afford.
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How Blame Impacts Failure and Impedes Innovation

How Blame Impacts Failure and Impedes Innovation | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“ In preparation for our SAPTechEd , and during our thinking of Why Owning Failure Makes Good Business Sense and while defining a new vocabulary for innovation, co-lead and co-conspirator introduced m...”
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Blame is a disaster as an approach to addressing problems
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How Netflix Reinvented HR

How Netflix Reinvented HR | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
People find the Netflix approach to talent and culture compelling for a few reasons. The most obvious one is that Netflix has been really successful: During 2013 alone its stock more than tripled, it won three Emmy awards, and its U.S. subscriber base grew to nearly 29 million. All that aside, the approach is compelling because it derives from common sense.
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Pixar's 22 Rules to Phenomenal Storytelling

Pixar's 22 Rules to Phenomenal Storytelling, originally tweeted by Emma Coats.

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Study shows why innovation takes a nosedive

Study shows why innovation takes a nosedive | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
A new UBC study reveals that corporate leaders are victims of herd mentality when adopting new innovations, sometimes with deadly consequences.
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Interesting commentary on early adoption

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Paul Graham Says Women "Haven't Been Hacking For the Past 10 Years"

Paul Graham Says Women "Haven't Been Hacking For the Past 10 Years" | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“The Information just proved that it's worth the $400 price of admission. On display in an interview with Y Combinator cofounder Paul Graham is the clearest picture of Silicon Valley's unacknowledged sexism to ever find its way in print.”
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Why is #PatientEngagement so tough? No one practices courtesy

Why is #PatientEngagement so tough? No one practices courtesy | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
When physician Lenny Feldman visits a hospitalized patient, he said, he does what he can to infuse the encounter with a personal touch.One favorite technique: sitting at the edge of the bed so he can address his client eye-to-eye.Their reaction often takes him aback."It's not uncommon for a patient to get this panicked look and ask, 'What's wrong, Doc? Is it bad news?'" said Feldman, an internist who also directs the training of medical residents at Johns Hopkins Hospital.To Feldman, it's troubling that a simple act of respect might be so rare in a hospital that patients don't know how to deal with it. That's one reason he helped lead a study on how courteous doctors are when dealing with inpatients.If the project's findings are to be believed, the doctors are being downright brusque -- a problem doctors agree can affect health outcomes.Read more: http://medcitynews.com/2013/12/patient-engagement-tough-one-practices-courtesy/#ixzz2oaeCjFJP
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Brains on Trial: Determine criminal fate based on high-tech images of the brain

Brains on Trial: Determine criminal fate based on high-tech images of the brain | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“What if we could peer into a brain and see guilt or innocence? Brain scanning technology is trying to break its way into the courtroom, but can we—and should we—determine criminal fate based on high-tech images of the brain?”Join a distinguished group of neuroscientists and legal experts who will debate how and if neuroscience should inform our laws and how we treat criminals. This World Science Festival program is based on a two-part PBS special, “Brains on Trial with Alan Alda,” which aired on September 11 and 18, 2013, supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
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Mobile Devices Will Be Biggest Business Security Threat in 2014

Mobile Devices Will Be Biggest Business Security Threat in 2014 | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“ With more and more employees getting work done on the go, mobile devices are quickly becoming a huge security risk for companies, new research shows. (Keep your smartphone safe with Mobie!”
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Humans, Machines and Collective Intelligence - ...

Humans, Machines and Collective Intelligence - ... | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“ Tom Malone gave a very interesting talk on collective intelligence at the IBM Cognitive Systems Colloquium which I recently attended and wrote about. (Humans, Machines and Collective Intelligence - ...”
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Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2013: The Battle for "Ope...

Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2013: The Battle for "Ope... | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“ There are no simple answers to the growing demand for openness in relation to education technology and scholarly communication. Audrey Watters takes a look back at how the term 'open' has been disc...”
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Why Apple Will Turn to Holograms

Why Apple Will Turn to Holograms | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
“ Many have tried and failed with 3D gadgets, but Apple's patents point to a huge advance (Why Apple Will Turn to Holograms http://t.co/slemLF9X)”
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Hulu Owners Call Off Sale, Instead Pledging to Invest to Take On Rivals | NYTimes.com

Hulu Owners Call Off Sale, Instead Pledging to Invest to Take On Rivals | NYTimes.com | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
The owners of Hulu, having plotted a breakup twice now, have decided again to stay together — and as in many relationships of this sort, they are putting on a happy face and promising to work harder this time. The three companies that mutually own Hulu — 21st Century Fox, the Walt Disney Company and NBCUniversal — said Friday that instead of selling the pioneering streaming video Web site, they would make a new investment of $750 million and use Hulu’s technology to compete against other online distributors like Netflix. The announcement represented an anticlimactic end to months of sale speculation and disappointed bidders like DirecTV, that were prepared to pay about $1 billion for the site. The Web site’s owners concluded, according to a person with close ties to the negotiation process, that the “equity value in the long run outstrips the sale value.” “The future of Hulu is bright, and if the future of Hulu is bright, then we should hold onto it,” Robert A. Iger, the chief executive of Disney, told reporters at the Allen & Company media and technology conference in Sun Valley, Idaho. Mr. Iger said that the decision had nothing to do with the bids for the video service, calling them “good, solid offers.” Click headline to read more--
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Can technology improve business innovation?

Can technology improve business innovation? | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
Useful innovation is one of the most meaningful outputs of human creativity. Today, technological aids are increasingly employed to improve and amplify the innovation process.
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Top 14 VoIP vulnerabilities | NetworkWorld.com

How are VoIP networks weak and vulnerable to attack and catastrophic failure? Securing VoIP Networks, the new book by Peter Thermos and Ari Takanen, looks at VoIP infrastructure and analyzes its vulnerabilities much as the Open Web Application Security Project did for Web-related vulnerabilities and Mitre did with its Common Weakness Enumeration dictionary for software. And it’s about human failings, too, not just technology problems.Here are the top VoIP vulnerabilities explained in Securing VoIP Networks:Click headline to read more--
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Inside TAO: Documents Reveal Top NSA Hacking Unit | SPIEGEL ONLINE

Inside TAO: Documents Reveal Top NSA Hacking Unit | SPIEGEL ONLINE | Development and Transformation | Scoop.it
In January 2010, numerous homeowners in San Antonio, Texas, stood baffled in front of their closed garage doors. They wanted to drive to work or head off to do their grocery shopping, but their garage door openers had gone dead, leaving them stranded. No matter how many times they pressed the buttons, the doors didn't budge. The problem primarily affected residents in the western part of the city, around Military Drive and the interstate highway known as Loop 410.In the United States, a country of cars and commuters, the mysterious garage door problem quickly became an issue for local politicians. Ultimately, the municipal government solved the riddle. Fault for the error lay with the United States' foreign intelligence service, the National Security Agency, which has offices in San Antonio. Officials at the agency were forced to admit that one of the NSA's radio antennas was broadcasting at the same frequency as the garage door openers. Embarrassed officials at the intelligence agency promised to resolve the issue as quickly as possible, and soon the doors began opening again.It was thanks to the garage door opener episode that Texans learned just how far the NSA's work had encroached upon their daily lives. For quite some time now, the intelligence agency has maintained a branch with around 2,000 employees at Lackland Air Force Base, also in San Antonio. In 2005, the agency took over a former Sony computer chip plant in the western part of the city. A brisk pace of construction commenced inside this enormous compound. The acquisition of the former chip factory at Sony Place was part of a massive expansion the agency began after the events of Sept. 11, 2001.One of the two main buildings at the former plant has since housed a sophisticated NSA unit, one that has benefited the most from this expansion and has grown the fastest in recent years -- the Office of Tailored Access Operations, or TAO. This is the NSA's top operative unit -- something like a squad of plumbers that can be called in when normal access to a target is blocked.According to internal NSA documents viewed by SPIEGEL, these on-call digital plumbers are involved in many sensitive operations conducted by American intelligence agencies. TAO's area of operations ranges from counterterrorism to cyber attacks to traditional espionage. The documents reveal just how diversified the tools at TAO's disposal have become -- and also how it exploits the technical weaknesses of the IT industry, from Microsoft to Cisco and Huawei, to carry out its discreet and efficient attacks.The unit is "akin to the wunderkind of the US intelligence community," says Matthew Aid, a historian who specializes in the history of the NSA. "Getting the ungettable" is the NSA's own description of its duties. "It is not about the quantity produced but the quality of intelligence that is important," one former TAO chief wrote, describing her work in a document. The paper seen by SPIEGEL quotes the former unit head stating that TAO has contributed "some of the most significant intelligence our country has ever seen." The unit, it goes on, has "access to our very hardest targets."Click headline to read more--
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