Ideas, Creativity, Innovation

Learning Agility

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I stumbled into IdeaCast from HBR a couple of weeks ago. First of all I love the title “IdeaCast”. You can’t pass up a pod-cast series with such a title. Like Knowledge@Wharton podcasts, this is an invaluable source of information. One of the pod-casts I listened to recently is about the Changing Role of Leaders. […]

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Study: Impact of Improving Cognitive Skills

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A Study Finds Sharp Math, Science Skills Help Expand Economy. Increased years of education boost economic growth — but only if students’ cognitive skills, as measured by math and science tests, are improved as a result, a new study says. The study, released in this spring’s issue of Education Next, an education-policy journal, concluded that […]

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Musings: More News Than Comment

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Every time I write a blog post, I think about this. Am I posting more news than comment? The urge to share is a powerful one. I do it in different ways – del.icio.us, posting to Facebook and a bit of twittering. I still, have not figured out my urge to blog. Most of the […]

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LinkLog: Startups

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This is a problem that faces everysuccesful startup – how do you go from small. Whether it is growing an organization or growing a product, how do you make sure that you do not become “soggy” as you grow? The Elephant and the Ant: Why Companies Need Processes as they grow triggered by Seth Godin’s […]

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Resources: Technology Podcasts and Videos

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I am always on the lookout for good podcasts to listen to. Here is an opportunity to listen to thought leaders in the tech industry. Here are a few of my favorites: Interviews with Innovators by Jon Udel from ITConversations Network. ITConversations also hosts some interesting podcasts on Social Innovation and other interesting topics. Talking […]