Posts Tagged ‘innovation‘

Email is the main cause of information overload at work today. It prevents us from being able to make good decisions and tackle important tasks according to priority. Can Activity Streams Save Us From Information Overload? | Fast Company | Business Innovation (via infoneer-pulse)

Futures Agency member, Doug Stephens, gives his thoughts on innovation.

smartercities: The Real Reason Cities Are Centers of Innovation | The Atlantic Cities It’s obvious from human history that people have long found unique value in living and working in cities, even if for reasons they couldn’t quite articulate. Put people together, and opportunities and

we invest and we subsidize their education in fields where there are no jobs Clay Christensen at 6:18 in this video (via fred-wilson) One of the highlights of the entire global event. Mark Suster interviews the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at

stanfordbusiness: “If you had a strategy professor, he or she probably taught you to avoid competition. The professor was wrong,” states Professor William Barnett. Read why competition is the engine that generates innovation: 

Bill Gates: Food Is Ripe for Innovation – via @mashable

Link: Bill Gates: Food Is Ripe for Innovation – via @mashable destx: The global population is on track to reach 9 billion by 2050. What are all those people going to eat? With billions of people adding more animal protein to their diets — meat

futuristgerd: Transition Trauma Guaranteed. We are currently experiencing a very unique combination of digitally-fueled disruptions: rising globalization and much increased economic interdependence of regions, nations, companies and people, widespread and hyper-effective socio-political activism via social networks and UGC media (especially video, as Koni2012′s 96Million views