New technology isn't innovation. It simply creates the potential for innovation. This is a critical distinction. What are the factors that make the potential created by new technology realized?
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Real innovation is distinguished by the depth and breadth of the ripple effect beyond the original purpose. That's what a "culture of we" feels like.
I was invited to by Arianna to blog on Huffington Post because of this email I sent regarding her review of John Kao's book, Innovation Nation: How Am...
We've got immediate economic and security issues. But the big issues of day -- energy policy, health care reform, education -- are the kind of wicked problems that desperately require innovation.
The innovation frame in national politics has been conspicuous by its absence. Instead, we have heard increasingly frequent (and tedious) calls for change. But change is driven by innovation.
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