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Why Software Is Eating The World

Why Software Is Eating The World | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
Why Software Is Eating The World: All companies are now software companies. Agile has become a strategic necessity.
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Open Season

Open Season | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
In June 2016 the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) hosted a meeting of ministers to consider the state of the Digital Economy. The central message from this meeting was the message that: "Governments must act faster to help people and firms to make greater use of the Internet and remove regulatory barriers to digital innovation or else risk missing out on the potentially huge economic and social benefits of the digital economy." All well and good, and as a piece of rhetoric it seems to strike an appropriately positive note without straying far from what appears to be bland truisms of our time.
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A Good Economy for China

A Good Economy for China | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
Optimizing its resource allocation is far from all that China must do to boost prosperity. It is time to focus on workers and elevating the experience of their labor, the importance of which economists from Adam Smith to Karl Marx and Alfred Marshall have placed at the center of their concerns.
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What the story of ATMs and bank tellers reveals about the 'rise of the robots' and jobs - AEI

Take automatic teller machines. One might think the introduction of ATMs first in the 1970s eventually meant massive technological unemployment for bank tellers. But that's not what happened.
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Uber and Lyft Are Adding Jobs, Not Just Stealing Them

Uber and Lyft Are Adding Jobs, Not Just Stealing Them | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
Labor department data suggest competition from the upstarts is actually helping the taxi and limousine industry expand.
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Google's Bold Move To Reinvent Every Device On The Planet - Forbes

Google's Bold Move To Reinvent Every Device On The Planet - Forbes | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
New CEO Sundar Pichai is a brainy product guy who aims to reinvent the world's second-most-valuable company--and pretty much every
digital experience--with a heavy dose of artificial intelligence.
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Without Design, Innovation Doesn’t Happen: A Conversation with Paola Antonelli 

Without Design, Innovation Doesn't Happen: A Conversation with Paola Antonelli - Techonomy - Medium
Interviewed by David Kirkpatrick
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Why Facebook’s Imitators Failed

Why Facebook’s Imitators Failed | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
Jeremy G. Philips reviews “Platform Revolution” by Geoffrey G. Parker, Marshall W. Van Alstyne & Sangeet Paul Choudary; “Matchmakers,” By David S. Evans & Richard Schmalensee; and “Modern Monopolies” by Alex Moazed & Nicholas L. Johnson.
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Why it's always 1977 in the world of tech punditry

Why it's always 1977 in the world of tech punditry | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
I was totally wrong about home 3D printing. Here's what I learned.
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It’s Not Just Robots: Skilled Jobs Are Going to “Meatware” — Backchannel

It’s Not Just Robots: Skilled Jobs Are Going to “Meatware” — Backchannel | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
Inside the economy of on-demand crowd-workers displacing professionals, for cheap
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Building Products — The Year of the Looking Glass — Medium

Building Products - The Year of the Looking Glass - Medium
I recently gave a talk at TNW Europe about a framework we use at Facebook to help us focus our product development process.
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As The U.S. Exports Social Media, Its Values Lead To Culture Clashes

As The U.S. Exports Social Media, Its Values Lead To Culture Clashes | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
Face-swaps in India and Putin parody Twitter accounts test the limits of tech's march t
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The worst thing I read this year, and what it taught me… or Can we design sociotechnical systems that don’t suck? 

The worst thing I read this year, and what it taught me… or Can we design sociotechnical systems that don’t suck?  | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
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The Failure of Coin — Bolt Blog

The Failure of Coin — Bolt Blog | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
A few weeks ago news broke that Fitbit purchased most of the assets of Coin. Existing Coin cards will continue functioning until the…
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How Wells Fargo is Reaching the Digital Customer - Knowledge@Wharton

How Wells Fargo is Reaching the Digital Customer - Knowledge@Wharton | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
Wells Fargo CMO Jamie Moldafsky describes the bank’s digital transformation to meet the heightened demands of today’s consumers.
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Talking to Uber about the three pillars of its API platform

Talking to Uber about the three pillars of its API platform | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
We believe three pillars are necessary for any developer platform: utility, revenue and distribution.
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Why Harvard Business School teaches students about whaling

Why Harvard Business School teaches students about whaling | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
Whaling was a big business in the 19th century, but, thankfully for the whales, it's now more or less a historical footnote. A pair of Harvard Business School professors thinks there's still value, though, in teaching students about the defunct industry that peaked in 1858. Thales Teixeira and David Bell recently authored a case—the standard HB
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Can Netflix Survive in the New World It Created?

Can Netflix Survive in the New World It Created? | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
It helped to develop all the new ways we watch TV — on-demand, bingeing, mobile. But the Silicon Valley company still has to keep reinventing itself.
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Introducing the Internet Creators Guild

Introducing the Internet Creators Guild - Internet Creators Guild - Medium
I started paying my bills with YouTube money around the time I hit a million views a month.
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Robots have been about to take all the jobs for more than 200 years — Timeline

Robots have been about to take all the jobs for more than 200 years — Timeline | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
Is it really different this time?
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The Human Company Design Manifesto — NewCo Shift — Medium

The Human Company Design Manifesto - NewCo Shift - Medium
The Sea Change
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For a New Business, Banks Aren’t The First Stop

For a New Business, Banks Aren’t The First Stop | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
Roger Freeman, a financial-services analyst turned entrepreneur, finds that upstart internet-savvy companies—not banks—play a major role providing banking services to a small business.
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How Mark Zuckerberg Led Facebook’s War to Crush Google Plus

How Mark Zuckerberg Led Facebook’s War to Crush Google Plus | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
In Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg built not just a business, but a company culture with the fervor of a messianic sect.
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What Marshmallows Tell Us About Silicon Valley

What Marshmallows Tell Us About Silicon Valley | The Innovation Economy | Scoop.it
Can experiments involving psychologists tempting children with marshmallows explain why some countries flourish while others languish?
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