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Disruptive Innovations – E-Brazil vs Paper USA

April 6, 2010 No comments yet

The Harvard Business Review’s Daily Stat for Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 highlights a disruptive innovation in, of all things, census-taking. It’s the battle against paper and electronic, and guess who leads the race? According to the HBR Daily Stat (and the original source, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística): It’s a national census of hundreds […]

IT meets KM meets E2.0 meets Innovation in the Boston Subway

October 6, 2009 No comments yet

Yesterday I was preparing for an Innovation Management training session I will be doing later this week. The sponsor, after reviewing my credentials asked “How you make the leap from information and knowledge management to coaching/developing innovation skills?  … Your background seems to be IT.” I provided what I hope was not too lengthy a […]

The Content Matrix is All Around You

July 13, 2009 17 comments

(found via Raymond Pirouz) What if… you could see the information flowing all around you? What if… you could overlay that “information reality” over “normal reality?” Some are calling this “augmented reality” while those of you who have seen the movie “The Matrix” might recognize this as, well, The Matrix (which Morpheus will explain below, […]

Near Real-time Bablefish?

July 2, 2009 No comments yet

Readers of the Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams may recognize the picture at the right as the “Babel Fish” – for others, an explanation is in order. The Babel Fish is “small, yellow, leech-like, and is a universal translator which simultaneously translates from one spoken language to another. When inserted into the […]

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