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TEDGlobal 2012 – Radical Openness

This year’s TED conference in Edinburgh, Scotland was rich and bold like an espresso of ideas. We live in a world that is more open and richer than before in ideas, possibilities, resources and solutions, but with openness comes a loss of control. The “Radical Openness” theme was designed to explore this open landscape that is increasingly fluid, and uncertain, where the way forward may not always be in a straight line. The topics at this year’s conference explored what openness and collaboration mean, how to design for openness and how ideas are created and spread in our ultra-connected world.

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Introducing PatrickTV – Innovation 3.0

We are delighted to introduce our Global Correspondent, Patrick Meyer, and his premiere episode of PatrickTV, which you'll be able to catch weekly here on Innovation Excellence. These episodes are great examples of what's coming NEXT in business, tech, and innovation 3.0...not to mention a harbinger of another trend - personal web TV channels. Patrick will be covering all kinds of news, trends and events for Innovation Excellence. Welcome Patrick!

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Flashes of Insight from the 2012 E.G. Conference

MIT Director Michael Hawley curates the premiere gathering of and for innovators in media, technology, entertainment and education that is best described as a three-day opera of ideas. E.G. took place this past week in Monterey, California bringing forward our most creative enterprises, by engaging a gifted mix of people — the most industrious and iconoclastic talents of our time. Not just another conference of ideas, or shakers and movers — this is a meeting and a community of makers. And doers

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The Innovation Movement Gains Momentum!

Is every corner of your organization pulsing—at all times—with radical, rule-breaking concepts for new products, services, strategies, and businesses, providing you with a continual flow of innovations with which to delight your customers, confound your competitors, and richly reward your shareholders?

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