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Meritocracy and entrepreneurialism reinforce a closed system of privilege.
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Too much of the startup world focuses on the mechanics of starting a business.Whilst it’s good to move fast and stay lean, it’s time we made our businesses more human and in the process gave them a better chance of survival.
Kleiner Perkins' Megan Quinn and writer-turned-investor MG Siegler discuss trends, copycats and where to find big startup ideas.
Technology, by itself, isn't curative. Human agency shapes the path.In light of this dynamic, two critical questions need to be asked and provisionally answered when integrating technology into education. The first question, while obvious at first glance, isn't always fully articulated: "What are the educational goals of technology integration?"
The second question is equally important and often more elusive: "Do the current systems and processes support the integrative and innovative goals?"
"I've spent a decade studying how creatives do what they do and its simple: they work." by @berkun
Doesn't harm to check on new perspectives, right?
On calendar versus effective effort time spent.
About how far are you willing to go and how much are you willing to invest to get something available out in the world.
Have you ever thought about it?
Whenever I try to conjure up what innovation looks like, the same slideshow of images clicks across my mind: that photo of Einstein with his tongue sticking out, Edison with his light bulb, Steve Jobs onstage in his black turtleneck, introducing...
Have you ever wondered how some people (or organizations) manage to have one amazing success after another? What is it about these types of people and these types of organizations that sets them apart?
"A lot of people talk about innovative companies. "
But is innovation a magic black hole? Do you need some kind of voodoo mojo to get something special and interesting to the world done by you and your company?
How do you get started?
Here are some ideas that may help.
Tips to fuel creativity and invention--geared to your brain type.
Are you a creative or an innovator? What’s the difference between creativity and innovation? Creativity deals with original thought, asking “what comes next?” Innovation is about building on what...
[This post originally published on BusinessWeek] One troubling phenomenon is the push for everyone to be innovators. I suspect more books have been sold with the word innovation in their title in t...
An interesting point of view regarding the definition of success
Creativity, Innovation, Team Building, Leadership, Brainstorming, Idea Champions...
When do you think this happens? Think about it for a second.
In recent years, many firms have sped up their innovation processes. But can we protect the meaning and relevance of innovation while accelerating and increasing its impact? This is exactly the issue challenged by component innovation.
Turns out that brainstorming--that go-to approach to generating new ideas since the 1940s--isn’t the golden ticket to innovation after all.
An innovative corporate culture is one that supports the creation of new ideas and the implementation of those ideas. Leaders need to help employees see innovation in the right light.
We got the chance to check out some seriously inspiring female-run start-ups at the Women 2.0 PITCH Conference this week. Check out the very cool companies and women who are shaping today’s tech scene.