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This is cross posted from O’Reilly Radar
I was struck by this photo that appeared Sunday in the New York Times. …
There are thousands of improvements we are yet to experience and I tip my hat to the people at Quora for believing there was better way to get things done.
The longer I stay in my career the more wisdom I find in this compact little phrase: Be Committed but Not Attached; be committed to the work that you do, the purpose you have, …
I just purchased Kevin Kelly’s new book, “What Technology Wants”. When I met and interviewed Kevin two years ago we spoke about this theme (around minute 12) and so I thought I would repost …
Gaining attention in this world becomes as much about the science of standing out as the art of being outstanding. And every link forged is a form of currency exchange where the market favors the heavyweights.
And as the pace of connectivity and access points (mobile, tablets, connected devices) increase so will the rate of change. In this environment the only ones who will thrive are those capable of rapid, continuous adaptation at an organizational level.
The supply of our time remains fixed, so when demand soars you are left with but two options; cut back on the demands or reduce wasted time anywhere you can find it.
The critical insight in all of this is that “Digital” is not an economic reconfiguration as much as it is a social reconfiguration.
I am always struck by how powerful it can be to be driven by a single, counterintuitive question.
Consider this one: In early 2007 the Spanish bank BBVA asked IDEO to re-think their self-service channel …
The Paradox about the future is that not everyone arrives there at the same time.