Curating and sharing stories should be understood as part of a knowledge economy. If stories are tribal currency, then curators are money handlers.gdecugis's insight:The world has changed and so did the economy.
The Canberra Times All Your Books Belong To Us Huffington Post I have been drawn to this subject by the combination of the ancient (the library) and the new (the Internet). There is a rare combination in this film of yesterday and tomorrow.
In Amsterdam is het netwerk van 3D Hubs van start gegaan. Mensen die een 3D-printer hebben staan kunnen zich bij het netwerk aansluiten en hun printer ter beschikking stellen aan anderen die op zoek zijn naar een plek om een object uit te printen.
A lot of people asked me: “Daniel, which books can you recommend, if I want to start with Innovation Management”. My answer is always “Innovation Management can´t be learned by books, it’s a mindset, .
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In a world driven by exponential accelerating technological and social change, globalization, and a push for more creative and context-driven innovations, how can we ensure the success of ourselves as individuals, communities, and the planet?This book explores the future of learning, work and how we relate with each other in a world where we are now asked to design our own futures. Nine authors from three continents, ranging from academics to business leaders, share their visions for the future of learning and work, and provide insight into what they are doing now to help drive positive outcomes.
Key topics covered include: reframing learning and human development; required skills and competencies; rethinking schooling; flattening organizations; co-creating learning; and new value creation in organizations.
Is it naive to believe that improved Internet access can help open up truly autocratic regimes like North Korea? Google executives Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen, authors of The New Digital Age, say the power of information is underrated.
The high expectations created by the European Digital Agenda call for new models for network deployment. A combination of fiber and wireless technologies must be part of the solution to achieve the objectives in 2020.
Research club offers hands-on access to fascinating materials from aerogel to baby teeth. It now forms part of UCL’s Institute of Making, located in a former loading bay that still incorporates a crane to bring up kit from underground workshops. Core funding comes from UCL’s departments of engineering and of museums and public engagement. Unlike other libraries of materials, it is linked to a “MakeSpace” where members - anyone working at UCL who has paid the £20 registration fee and gone on an induction course - can come along and try things out. Dr Laughlin hopes to attract everyone from “people looking at material culture and the philosophy of matter to chemists creating a new kind of plastic”. There will also be monthly open days for the general public.
Video conferencing. Multi-person mobile chats. Device compatibility for collaboration tools. The field of virtual collaboration has become richer and more complex than ever before. Divisions between employees, clients, and the public are dissolving which creates tremendous potential for innovation and sharing best practices.
A data democracy built to last needs tools that empower everyone to work with data rather than relying on apps and data scientists. Tableau helped ignite the data revolution, and its IPO could help it keep going.