This animation from SABMiller looks at some of the pros and cons of different-sized farms in a bid to stimulate an informed debate about the future of farming (RT @BioversityLib: What is the #future of #sustainablefarming?
"Cities are ripe with sharing opportunities. That's kind of the point of cities, when you think about it. Shared infrastructure, culture, and space are why cities are dynamos of the economy. And when citizens and governments plan a city together, an even more shareable city is possible. Increased innovation, resilience, and prosperity can follow. That's what Mayor Park of Seoul, South Korea is banking on with his ambitious "Sharing City" initiative."
The Innovation We Need: Upgrade Human Behavior Wall Street Journal (blog) DOV SEIDMAN: It's the innovation that starts with the most sophisticated technology of all: the human brain. Organizations need to re-code their human operating systems.
28.08 simi empreendedorismo Duas equipes de estudantes de pós-graduação da Universidade Federal de Lavras (UFLA), participantes da 2ª edição do Programa Mineiro de Empreendedorismo na Pós-graduação, ...
Caio Gouvea's insight:
The partnership between Universities and Industries are quite important.
It is a fair way to give back to education institutions the talents they form for professional market.
At Work: Creative thinking gets cramped USA TODAY "That's so cool that you get to sit there all day and be creative." If you're a professional "creative," you've likely heard that phrase a thousand times.
The Guardian Guardian unveils Healthcare Innovation Awards shortlist The Guardian A school, a charity, and a social enterprise are all in the running for the first Guardian Healthcare Innovation Awards.
Why Outsourcing Innovation Will Be Big in Tech and Beyond The Next Web Paul Jozefak, co-founder and managing director of innovation laboratory Liquid Labs, argues that outsourcing innovation will become a mainstream business practice and a key...
Caio Gouvea's insight:
Interesting discussion ... outsourcing strategic and key factors!.
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