When Your Worst Enemy Lives Between Your Ears Huffington Post I love this quote. I share it, blog it. Yes, failure is awesome. I do not know how many times we hear it every day, especially if you work in innovation or live in Silicon Valley.
July 07-- About four years ago, Daniel Cane went out for a checkup and came back with a company. Michael Sherling talked about how inefficient and archaic the systems and technology were in physicians' practices, even in 2010. And you know the story, there just had to be a better way.... The company of about 190 employees ranked No. 3 on the South Florida Business Journal's...
Whether it’s about how to use social media, getting through the early dark days of a startup, or about marketing your business, getting advice can help you succeed. The video below contains success tips from 11 business leaders.
Michael Dell and his company Dell Inc. have been emphasizing entrepreneurship and the innovation it brings over the past year. The company even launched an ad campaign in 2014 celebrating Dell’s roots as a dorm room startup.
Over the last decade we have seen dramatic economic issues facing businesses. Attend this informational program that will take a fresh, eye opening approach to what is ahead and discuss ways to prepare for, and actually benefit from, the current economic environment.
In this education session you will learn:
What does the future economic landscape look like and what head winds should we be on the lookout for? What are some of the economic areas such as the Affordable Care Act and concerns that small businesses should be aware of? How can you position your investments and your company to be ready for what the financial and economic future holds?
The Perfection Trap: Why Everything You Learned About Success May Be Wrong Forbes Sheryl Sandberg has a large sign in her office that says, “Perfection is the enemy of the good,” a quote from Voltaire, and I couldn't agree more.
Wall Street Journal A Case of Uncreative Destruction Wall Street Journal More quote details and news » TWC in Your Value Your Change Short position a West Elm furniture catalog, a coupon for a cleaning service and letters for three previous tenants...
Every time you read about some city or county announcing plans to build a highspeed Internet network, it is almost certain you will read that the broadband network is expected to improve the local economy by bringing more innovation and jobs to town. But is this a guaranteed conclusion? Is it enough just to get a gig to every business, or do communities need to wire every home as well? How much innovation is needed before you see new jobs? And how many jobs equal success?
To answer these and related questions, Intelligent Community Fourm (ICF) Co-Founder Robert Bell joins us to discuss what our realistic expectations should be when addressing this economic development trifecta. Bell just wrote "Brain Gain: How innovative cities create job growth in an age of disruption," which becomes available June 23.
ICF last week anointed Toronto, Canada the Intelligent Community of the Year after analyzing over 400 communities from around the world. Bell offers listeners a rich array of real-world examples of constituents harnessing the power and potential of broadband to transform their communities. It is hard to predict what innovation will look like exactly, as each community is different, but Bell explains how to set the stage so that a community facilitates innovation.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson: If we don't foster innovation we “might as well just move ... Salon Neil deGrasse Tyson isn't just championing science education, and climate change action, he's also focusing on creativity and innovation.