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How the Cool Kids Use Social Media to Achieve Business Goals

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Dorothy M Neddermeyer, PhD's curator insight, May 28, 2014 12:57 PM

While the Cool Kids Use Social Media to Achieve Business Goals they are also neglecting other critical aspects of business.... and then wonder why their business stalls or crashes....

Kate's curator insight, May 29, 2014 10:50 AM

Great article! It's all about being authentic, genuine, and relevant to your customers.

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7 cosas que sabes sobre el grafeno y quizá son erróneas

7 cosas que sabes sobre el grafeno y quizá son erróneas | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Es el material del futuro por su dureza, flexibilidad y ligereza, pero no te ilusiones tan rápido; su producción en alta escala, sus aplicaciones y efectos en la salud y el ambiente tienen retos.
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Así será la tecnología en 2045

Así será la tecnología en 2045 | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Los expertos de Kaspersky Lab se atreven nada más y nada menos que a vaticinar cómo será la tecnología en 2045. Sus principales apuestas van desde la desaparición del PC tal y como lo conocemos hasta el auge de los nanorrobots en medicina, pasando por las casas inteligentes y por la impresión 3D.
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The Key Habit of Highly Effective Teams

All teams set out with great dreams, but few achieve great things. Why? The answer lies in the ability to empower your teams with maximum clarity. But clarity …
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Microsoft HoloLens - Transform your world with holograms - YouTube

For the first time ever, Microsoft HoloLens seamlessly blends high-definition holograms with your real world. Holograms will improve the way you do things ev...

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Juan Miguel Galeas's curator insight, January 21, 6:29 PM

Microsoft lanza (un día después de anunciado retiro del mercado de Google Glass, ¿coincidencias? no lo creo) un nuevo periférico:  Los "Hololens" que permiten llevar al hogar la tecnología de realidad virtual.  Estos "lentes" (de gran volumen por cierto) permitirán a su usuario integrar el mundo real con el virtual de una manera única.  El video muestra algunas escenas de lo que será posible lograr con esta tecnología, con aplicaciones para el diseño, la educación y el entretenimiento.  La ciencia ficción vuelta realidad.

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The Pros and Cons of Doing One Thing at a Time

The Pros and Cons of Doing One Thing at a Time | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
It’s more efficient, but juggling tasks can spark creativity.
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Humanoid Robot Can Now Walk On Its Own Two Feet

Humanoid Robot Can Now Walk On Its Own Two Feet | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it

"Remember ATLAS? That massive walking robot that DARPA is building with (the now Google-owned) Boston Dynamics?

Last time we saw it, it had two major flaws that made it ever-so-slightly less intimidating: it was loud as hell, and it needed a big, thick support cable to keep it powered and upright. Both of those issues have been fixed."

 

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The Secret to Smart Groups Isn't Smart People—It's Women

The Secret to Smart Groups Isn't Smart People—It's Women | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Women are better than men at knowing what other people are thinking, and that carries huge advantages in team settings
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Analysts vs. Data Scientists

Analysts vs. Data Scientists | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it

"In a recently published MITSloan Management Review, "Getting Value From Your Data Scientists," authors Jeanne Harris and Vijay Mehrotra do a number of things. One of these is to highlight the difference between a data scientist an an analyst, based on a survey. They use the "better programmers than most statisticians and better statisticians than most programmers" that I have heard before and serves as one possible description of a data scientist. "

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30 Under 30 Reinventing Manufacturing In A Greener, Tech-Savvier World

30 Under 30 Reinventing Manufacturing In A Greener, Tech-Savvier World | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
The classic picture of the manufacturing industry is that of conveyor belt upon conveyor belt of identical, mass produced products on the inside and large chimneys belching smoke into the atmosphere on the outside.

But this year’s list of 30 Under 30 in Manufacturing shows that the present – and future – of manufacturing is something altogether different. It’s a world of custom products, 3D printing, nanoscale chemistry and a green outlook.
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What Your Smartphone Is Doing To Your Body & Mind

What Your Smartphone Is Doing To Your Body & Mind | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it

On average, people pick up their smartphone 221 times a day to do things with it. It's no secret that we are getting more and more addicted to these handsets, but have you wondered what effect that is having on your mind and your body? Scientists are definitely curious and have a few ideas


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, January 19, 8:28 AM

A short light article but with lots of links to research data.


faith ward's curator insight, January 24, 8:39 AM

Research data in the article is very interesting. 

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Communication in Innovation

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Communication, marketing and innovation: an explosive cocktail for a powerful brand! Inès Dartiguenave examines 3 steps where communication and innovation can substantially benefit from each other.
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Creating Personalized Learning for Everyone

Creating Personalized Learning for Everyone | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Katherine Prince, Senior Director at KnowledgeWorks, writes about her work on the future of learning.

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Las economías emergentes están exportando educación

Las economías emergentes están exportando educación | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it

"Las universidades de EEUU han sido durante mucho tiempo -y de alguna manera lo siguen siendo- las opciones de educación superior preferidas por estudiantes de todo el mundo. Como lo demuestra un reciente estudio de Brookings Institution, EEUU es una “incubadora global de enseñanza superior”. EEUU atrae a 21% de los estudiantes de todo el mundo que eligen estudiar en el extranjero. Según Brookings, “unos 684.807 estudiantes extranjeros asistieron a programas terciarios en EEUU en 2010, contra unos 389.958 que eligieron al Reino Unido, el segundo destino preferido”. Pero esta abrumadora preferencia por los EEUU podría estar erosionándose ya que los estudiantes extranjeros están encontrando nuevas opciones para sus experiencias de intercambio. Esto se debe a diversas razones: la primera, porque las instituciones educativas de los países emergentes están mejorando". 


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Barbara Monica Pérez Moo's curator insight, January 18, 9:54 PM

Buenas, muy buenas noticias.

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Being a Better Online Reader

Being a Better Online Reader | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Certainly, as we turn to online reading, the physiology of the reading process itself shifts; we don’t read the same way online as we do on paper. Anne Mangen, a professor at the National Centre for Reading Education and Research at the University of Stavanger, in Norway, points out that reading is always an interaction between a person and a technology, be it a computer or an e-reader or even a bound book.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, January 23, 9:01 AM

A very interesting read.

Marja Oilinki's curator insight, January 24, 11:44 AM

Tasapainoinen artikkeli siitä, miten lukeminen on muuttunut digiaikana, ja siitä, miksi tarve pitkittäistutkimuksille on suuri. Tutkimusnäyttö ei ole ristiriidatonta, ei myöskään yksilöiden kokemukset. Itse alan olla jo sangen taitava digilukija, koska olen harjoitellut paljon, ja pystyn keskittymään sekä välttämään internetin houkutuksia yhtä hyvin (tai huonosti) paperikirjaa kuin digitaalista tekstiä lukessani. Syventyvän lukemisen taitoa on harjoiteltava, oli väline sitten mikä hyvänsä.

 

Keinoja, jotka voivat auttaa esimerkiksi aloittelevaa digilukijaa, annetaan tekstissä: muistiinpanojen teko käsin, lukeminen offline-tilassa, tietoinen hidastaminen ja sen tajuaminen, että ymmärtäminen vaatii aikaa ja paneutumista. 

 

Pidän erityisesti siitä, että Anne Mangen pyrkii etsimään syitä ja näyttöä eikä vain vahvistamaan omia ennakkoluulojaan.

 

Mukana on monia tuttuja usein siteerattuja tutkimuksia mutta ainakin minulle myös uusia, kiinnostavia tuloksia. Esimerkiksi pelaajien parempi kyky käsitellä digitaalista tekstiä kuulostaa oikeastaan aika luonnolliselta, mutta en olisi osannut sitä arvata.

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How Technology can Create a Reading Transformation

How Technology can Create a Reading Transformation | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
It may not be Happening Overnight, but it is Happening Some people still love paper books. Starting from infancy all the way through adulthood, book reading
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Project Hololens: Microsoft's Audacious Plan to Make Anywhere a Holodeck

Project Hololens: Microsoft's Audacious Plan to Make Anywhere a Holodeck | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Hololens is no Oculus. First, it's untethered. Everything is in the headset; that includes a CPU, a GPU, and something Microsoft is calling a Holographic Processor. HPU? Also, this isn't about throwing you into some VR screen-in-front-of-your-face cave. Hololens is about putting virtual things all over your real life, like Google Glass but somehow uglier and bigger but also better better. Exactly the experience we're hoping to see with the mysterious Magic Leap.
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Open Innovation ; Yes we are!

Let´s dive into Open innovation. From Idea to concept, from strategies to tactics, tools, best practices, platforms, with cases to learn and discuss. Yes, we a…
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Triumph of the Innovation Economy – Part 2

Triumph of the Innovation Economy – Part 2 | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
What can the Ancient Egyptians teach us about innovation? How did the creativity of this great civilization help them build such a mighty and enduring empire? And how do some of their remarkable inventions still impact our lives today?
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Kiri, el super- árbol capáz de luchar contra el calentamiento global

Kiri, el super- árbol capáz de luchar contra el calentamiento global | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
El Kiri, conocido como árbol Emperatriz o Paulownia tormentosa, es originario de China.
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«El wifi supone tanto peligro como un caracol en una autopista: ¡Ninguno!»

«El wifi supone tanto peligro como un caracol en una autopista: ¡Ninguno!» | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
¿Recuerda cuando se decía que los microondas podían perjudicar la salud? Hubo un tiempo en el que temíamos calentar la comida en ese nuevo electrodoméstico por el temor de sacar de ahí un plato «atómico» además de recalentado. Superadas las primeras inquietudes, hemos aceptado el calentamiento por rozamiento como parte de nuestra vida cotidiana sin prestarle más atención que la de no pasarnos con los minutos. Ahora, son otro tipo de ondas las que nos traen de cabeza. La idea de que la telefonía móvil o el wifi pueden perjudicar la salud está muy extendida, hasta el punto de que existen peticiones para eliminar las redes inalámbricas de los colegios y evitar la exposición en los más pequeños, y otros acusan a las antenas de estar enfermos o padecer cáncer. En algunos casos incluso han conseguido retirarlas.
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"I Am Millennial. Hear Me Roar!"

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How the Next Five Years Will Revolutionize Business

How the Next Five Years Will Revolutionize Business | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
The years until 2020 are poised to redefine almost every facet of how we work, from the way we run customer service to the way we build our businesses.
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Why the modern world is bad for your brain

Why the modern world is bad for your brain | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Earl Miller, a neuroscientist at MIT and one of the world experts on divided attention, says that our brains are “not wired to multitask well… When people think they’re multitasking, they’re actually just switching from one task to another very rapidly. And every time they do, there’s a cognitive cost in doing so.” So we’re not actually keeping a lot of balls in the air like an expert juggler; we’re more like a bad amateur plate spinner, frantically switching from one task to another, ignoring the one that is not right in front of us but worried it will come crashing down any minute. Even though we think we’re getting a lot done, ironically, multitasking makes us demonstrably less efficient.
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Triumph of the Innovation Economy

Triumph of the Innovation Economy | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
We’ve heard so much about innovation in recent years that some misguided folks already view it as nothing more than a management fad. This series of articles aims to put that notion to rest. Join me on an epic journey through history, from the dawn of civilization until today, to prove conclusively that innovation is – and always has been – the fundamental driver of human progress.
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Stupid debates: Qualitative vs. Quantitative

Stupid debates: Qualitative vs. Quantitative | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Should we run a Pocket Test with Picnic in the Graveyard to follow up? Should we do a Wizard of Oz or concierge? Would you like a lemon twist with that?

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Juan Miguel Galeas's curator insight, January 18, 1:39 AM

¿Es el Design Thinking muy "cualitativo"?  Hay un debate inútil acerca de cuál investigación es la más valiosa:  Si la cualitativa o la cuantitativa.  La realidad es que lo que realmente importa es saber cuándo usar correctamente cada herramienta y tener el criterio para usar sus resultados de manera que realmente reduzca el riesgo de la decisión que se tomará con dicha información.  Un buen acercamiento al problema es entender la diferencia entre investigación generativa y evaluativa.  La generativa no tiene una hipótesis que probar, sino por el contrario, busca descubrir ideas, insights, asociaciones que sirvan para entender mejor lo que se investiga.  Por otro lado la evaluativa sirve confirmar la validez de una hipótesis pero teniendo el cuidado que sea bien formulada y acotada. Asimismo hay ocasiones en que se tiene interés en investigar sobre le mercado y el consumidor y en otras sobre el producto y sus características.  Al cruzar la investigación generativa o evaluativa con el mercado o el producto se obtiene una matriz que permite clarificar el tipo de investigación más adecuado para cada caso.