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Disruptive technologies articles and insights | McKinsey & Company

Disruptive technologies articles and insights | McKinsey & Company | Information Technology Services | Scoop.it
From computational biology to 3D printing, new technology is changing the game-again
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Why Innovators Get Better With Age

Why Innovators Get Better With Age | Information Technology Services | Scoop.it
The most common image of an innovator is of a kid developing a great idea in a garage. But that is the exception to the rule.

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Dean Meyers's curator insight, April 1, 2013 8:10 AM

The Times makes the subtle yet valid point that it takes time for innovators and innovation to become recognized and often for it to be adopted. Many business sectors have been obsessed with "youth" and "freshness" (watch MadMen's earliest seasons about that), yet call in the experienced consultants to facilitate change and innovation—often people in their 40's and 50's with great experience in negotiating change. 

 

I put this in the "Visual Innovation" category because I've met many innovators who didn't become inspired to take greater risks until they were more seasoned (read: OLDER), and often were more open to other methods of discovering new things. Enter visual thinking and design thinking, for instance.

 

In any case, food for thought if you are worried about your next career move after you've done the same thing (at perhaps 2 or three places) for the last 10 years.

Larry's comment, April 3, 2013 1:17 PM
Because old innovators write more in the blogosphere :-)
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Richard Branson's 5 Elements Of A Perfect Pitch - Forbes

Richard Branson's 5 Elements Of A Perfect Pitch - Forbes | Information Technology Services | Scoop.it
Richard Branson has seen a lot of pitches. In his new book, he boils down the perfect pitch into 5 important elements.

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Big data skills: Should data scientist be your next job? | TechRepublic

Big data skills: Should data scientist be your next job? | TechRepublic | Information Technology Services | Scoop.it
A look at how IT workers can prepare to meet business demand for big data analytics skills.
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HP Blogs - Service providers and consumers get it- Cloud comp ...

HP Blogs - Service providers and consumers get it- Cloud comp ... | Information Technology Services | Scoop.it
While survey validates that growth in cloud computing grows (compared to 2011, 10% more respondents said they planned to push workloads to the cloud), it also shows cost efficiency is increasingly seen as number 1 reason for adapting cloud ...
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Citrix Systems to Outperform - Zacks.com

Management has provided a robust financial outlook for the rest of 2012. Citrix is concentrating on three broad markets, such as Desktop virtualization, Web Collaboration & Cloud Computing, and Application Networking.
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Why Innovators Get Better With Age

Why Innovators Get Better With Age | Information Technology Services | Scoop.it
The most common image of an innovator is of a kid developing a great idea in a garage. But that is the exception to the rule.

Via Marylene Delbourg-Delphis
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Dean Meyers's curator insight, April 1, 2013 8:10 AM

The Times makes the subtle yet valid point that it takes time for innovators and innovation to become recognized and often for it to be adopted. Many business sectors have been obsessed with "youth" and "freshness" (watch MadMen's earliest seasons about that), yet call in the experienced consultants to facilitate change and innovation—often people in their 40's and 50's with great experience in negotiating change. 

 

I put this in the "Visual Innovation" category because I've met many innovators who didn't become inspired to take greater risks until they were more seasoned (read: OLDER), and often were more open to other methods of discovering new things. Enter visual thinking and design thinking, for instance.

 

In any case, food for thought if you are worried about your next career move after you've done the same thing (at perhaps 2 or three places) for the last 10 years.

Larry's comment, April 3, 2013 1:17 PM
Because old innovators write more in the blogosphere :-)
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Forrester Report: Change Your Marketing Approach for Generation Z

Forrester Report: Change Your Marketing Approach for Generation Z | Information Technology Services | Scoop.it
According to a new report from Forrester, marketers have to change their approach when trying to engage Generation Z..

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cobra youth communications's curator insight, June 24, 2013 1:36 AM

More guidance on how to properly and effectively Gen. Z-ers and why it is the way it is. The take-away? This fun-loving generation is no-nonse when it comes to the importance of honesty and transparency in advertisements targeting them. As a brand upholds their brand values, they should also strive to include these users in Instagram and Facebook contests.

Zoltan Horvath's curator insight, November 11, 2013 2:15 AM

You have to master the complexity as this is another dimension you can affect your marketing activity

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5 Essential Skills of an Entrepreneur - Inc.com

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Inc.com5 Essential Skills of an EntrepreneurInc.comLike the more general nature vs. nurture debate, the question of the origins of entrepreneurialism will likely rage for years.
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Fastest-Growing Category of Cloud Computing: Business Intelligence and Analytics - Forbes

Fastest-Growing Category of Cloud Computing: Business Intelligence and Analytics - Forbes | Information Technology Services | Scoop.it
Will the cloud push business intelligence and analytics to a whole new level?
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Cloud Computing and How its Transforming Your Healthcare – Urban Times

Cloud Computing and How its Transforming Your Healthcare – Urban Times | Information Technology Services | Scoop.it
The complex nature of today's healthcare servicesoften means that patients have a team of practitioners who are responsible for providing primary care, secondary care, and tertiary care, as well as in public health.
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