Monthly Archives: December 2011

Every 60 Seconds Amazing Things Happen on the Internet

I found a couple of great infographics over on BusinessInsider that you’ll find below. They highlight some truly astounding activity numbers from what happens in the world of technology and on the Internet. Did you know that in a single … Continue reading




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Twelve Days of Innovation

As we are now in the middle of the Twelve Days of Christmas, I thought it might be fun to do a post from the innovator’s perspective of the kinds of gifts that might mean the most to an innovator … Continue reading




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The Geoffrey Moore Interview – ‘Escape Velocity’

I had the opportunity recently to interview Geoffrey A Moore, the best-selling author of such popular books as Crossing the Chasm, Inside the Tornado, The Gorilla Game and Dealing with Darwin. He has a new book out called Escape Velocity: … Continue reading




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Harnessing the Global Talent Pool to Accelerate Innovation

FREE Innocentive Webinar on December 13, 2011 at 2PM EST As more industries become commoditized and innovation becomes more of a focus, organizations are being forced to move beyond a talent ownership mindset to a talent attraction and engagement mindset. … Continue reading




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