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Your Organization is at Risk

October 9, 2013

This is the first of a multi-part series on the trends creating significant impacts on society and creating a digital revolution which may turn out to be the ‘new industrial revolution.’ Every organization is at risk of not adapting to these trends as many industries are already being disrupted and key players are losing their foothold.

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A Great Learning Opportunity in London

September 9, 2013

Science, technology, and medicine are shaping our individual and collective futures.  So are cities, and robots, and data analytics.  So is your own creativity.  These are vitally important themes that are surely fascinating, and sometimes frightening as well.  They are frequent topics of this blog, and for good reason, as they are surely worth time […]

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When Desiging a Conference, Remember that Structure Wins

October 10, 2010

I’ve helped design a number of conferences over the years, often working with organizations who want to make significant changes to the format of their conference so that it can be more productive. I offer some options here that you may wish to consider for the design of small conferences (20-50 participants). Structure Wins The […]

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Innovation in Social Action

July 9, 2010

What happens when 1000 innovators and community leaders get together?  Great things can! For the last few years, InnovationLabs has partnered with CFED, an organization that has for more than 30 years dedicated itself to expanding economic opportunity for all Americans.  We’ve shared lessons and methods in innovation with CFED and its broader community, and […]

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The Future of Business Education

January 25, 2010

There has been a lot written about the rate of change and how the speed of change isn’t going to slow down any time soon. One of the impacts of this condition is the complexity of doing business in any industry or sector of society has increased. This complexity challenges every leader to develop new […]

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Don’t Let the Collaborative Event Tail Wag the Project Dog

December 31, 2009

I’ve been facilitating and supporting face to face collaborative events for over 25 years and sometimes have to watch against an event-centric approach in my work. Of course a major collaborative event involving perhaps hundreds of participants and spanning several days must be well designed. The event must have objectives and deliverables. It must have […]

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