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  • learn

    Just Learn It

    We Can Learn Much Faster Than We Do, If Necessary Back in 2009 after I left Yahoo!, I joined a startup which was focused on developing new ideas specifically for patent. The…


  • blogs

    Blogs Are Dead

    Do We Still Need Blogs? Of course, since this article will also be appearing on my blog at some point, I’m sure that some of you will accuse me of being a…


  • future

    The Future Is Magic

    The Future Will Probably Not Be “Futuristic” It’s funny – a lot of times when people think about the future – they think about super futuristic cities, super streamlined cars and all…


  • Exponential Organizations: A Book Review

    I think I must have recommended this book to at least 15 people, and that’s only in the last few days. I can’t remember the last time I did that for any book.…


  • dad

    Google Is Your Dad

    No Need To Ask Your Dad Anything Anymore Do you remember the days when you used to go to your dad – or your mom – or your extended older family –…


  • future of work - future of education

    What Will The Future Of Work Be Like?

    The Future Of Work Will Feel Very Different Are you still working in a company where everyone comes into the same office, Monday to Friday, generally from 9-5? Does your CEO frown…


  • Hyperpersonalization

    Does Hyperpersonalization Impede Innovation?

    Hyperpersonalization Minimizes Exploration I was at a conference the other day about the future of the enterprise. Of course, my crazy futurist side kept on talking about how the enterprise itself is…


  • interact

    Want To Innovate? Interact With People and The World

    Interact to Innovate As someone who’s been steeped in the culture of innovation most of my career and in Silicon Valley for the last 15 years of my career, I sometimes find…


  • innovators

    The Top 100 Least Innovative Companies

    Do You Work For One Of The Least Innovative Companies? Bet It Feels Like That Sometimes Now, you didn’t really think that this was going to be a post with a list…


  • 100% Of Business Is Following Up

    The quote “80 percent of life is showing up” is widely attributed to Woody Allen, although the authority of the internet, Wikipedia, doesn’t confirm it – personally I think its true. But…