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Henry Chesbrough and Gary Hamel Talk Innovation Platforms

Henry Chesbrough: How Innovation Changed While Nokia Wasn’t Looking Award-winning author Henry Chesbrough discusses with Gary Hamel how Nokia had fantastic success in the 1990’s building products but got left behind by the other companies like Apple, Research and Motion, and Google who are now building platforms that others can build on top of instead of focusing purely on the ...

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Three Things Entrepreneurs Do For Our Economy

“The Kauffman Foundation does an incredible job of researching, educating and promoting entrepreneurship and innovation. Here is a great little video from their Kauffman Sketchbook series that highlights three things that entrepreneurs and innovators do.” – Len Denton

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DIY Manufacturing – Run Your Own Factory at Home

WIRED editor-in-chief Chris Anderson and Autodesk CEO Carl Bass discuss the future of 3D printing, and how amateur designers may soon be able to build resource-intensive products like furniture using remote but cost-effective tools. The New Industrial Revolution: How Web Innovation Models Are Transforming Manufacturing. Featuring Carl Bass, President & CEO, Autodesk, in conversation with Chris Anderson. Carl Bass is ...

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Iteration, Collaboration, and Innovation

“Even a brown box can be innovative when you think about supply chain, how you bring it to market,” Waite says. But that can only happen if you provide an atmosphere where your employees’ innovation can thrive. “I have to make sure I give them freedom and latitude, and make sure I don’t shut them down,” says Waite, who personally ...

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The Art of Teaching Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Stanford Technology Ventures Program’s Executive Director Tina Seelig shares rich insights in creative thinking and the entrepreneurial mindset. Her talk, based on her 2009 book, What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20, cites numerous classroom successes of applied problem-solving and the lessons of failure. Here is the transcript from the talk: I am Tina Seelig and I play ...

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Creativity and the Five Wet Monkeys

Col. Casey Haskins, an accomplished military officer and professor at West Point Academy, argues that one of the biggest obstacles to creativity is a reliance on the status quo. “We do lots of stuff that we have no idea why we do it, and we don’t even bother to examine it, and in some instances, that does harm,” explains Haskins. ...

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Innovation Humor – Yorkshire Forward Advert

Here is a bit of innovation humor for you from the folks at Yorkshire Forward. It is an advertisement promoting a Yorkshire Forward event in 2009 that will next occur in June 2012. Yorkshire Forward is the regional development agency, charged with improving the Yorkshire & Humber economy in the United Kingdom.

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John Kao – The New Geography of Innovation

John Kao in a presentation that mixes speech, music, and audience input, the renowned author and thinker dubbed “Mr. Creativity” talks about the meaning and importance of innovation, how we innovate, and the future as a design problem. It’s about an hour long presentation from the Momentum and Tides event in San Francisco in 2009.

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