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Innovation is the Future

June 28th, 2009 | Posted in Innovation

Tom Friedman gets it right in his column today, quoting the former CEO of Intel as to what the best path out of recession is. First, require everyone to graduate from High School before they can get a drivers license. Then, as Friedman quotes...

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Large Scale Innovation

June 12th, 2009 | Posted in Innovation

Recently I’ve begun to get acquainted with Dr. John Kao, and a project he has begun to encourage “large scale innovation” in the world. Dr. Kao is a former Harvard Business School professor, best known for his books Jamming: The art and discipline of...

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Twenty Innovations for the Future

May 29th, 2009 | Posted in Innovation

I just did a radio interview with KMJO in Fargo, North Dakota, about the Business Week feature on 20 innovations for the future. They were especially interested in the innovations around cancer and nanotech-based treatments, and next generation biofuels. We had written about this...

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What Comes After the Great Recession?

May 8th, 2009 | Posted in Business & Economy

My year as a consulting futurist and speaker began on January 8, 2009 with a speech on future trends for Cobalt, a company that does websites and other marketing and computer services for the auto-dealer community, historically General Motors dealerships. They obviously face some...

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