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A Growing Backlash Against the Relentless Advances in Technology?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Examples abound, including core competencies , paradigm shift , and synergy. . I’ve given many seminars on the subject over the past decade. I generally start my seminars by asking why innovation has been so important a topic for so long now.

Embracing Disruptive Innovations: Organizational Challenges

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

This is a topic I am quite familiar with having lived through it at different times in my career as well as being a subject I often discuss in seminars. In early August I participated in a strategic planning meeting in the Boston area.

Reflections from 2011 – Redefining Your Social Web Presence

Luis Suarez

I am tired of having to put up with it all, of having to spend a humongous amount of time trying to customise my virtual social life to meet someone else’s needs (Those of both technology and the Social Web, as good examples to start with), while ignoring and neglecting my own.

Business Problems, Trust and Values

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

For me this is particularly interesting, given that organizational culture is one of the topics I often discuss in my university seminars. The more we have learned to trust an agent (for example, a company), the more comfortable we are likely to be relying on that agent in the long term. The values of the company were then reexamined in 2003 in a 72 hour Values Jam in which all IBM employees around the world were invited to contribute.

Effective Web Conferences – 41 Resources

Tony Karrer

Raising the Bar on Online Event Practices - Full Circle , August 11, 2009 Alan Levine wrote a deliciously provocative post on last month that I’ve been meaning to comment upon, Five Ways to Run a Deadly Online Seminar. References on Lurking | Full Circle Associates - Full Circle , March 28, 2010 First, is an old discussion summary from the Online Facilitation list from 2003, compiled by Chris Lang which still has value to me.

"Innovation in New York" Revisited

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

For example, according to NY State Department of Labor statistics : “In 2007, [Wall Street] was responsible for almost 30 percent of private sector wages in the City. Between 2003 and 2007, total wages paid on Wall Street more than doubled, increasing from $35.8 This question actually came up during one of my JumpStart seminars, and it led to a very interesting discussion. In June of 2008 I participated in a panel, “Is New York a Center of Innovation?,”