I know that Judy Estrin is just promoting a book but it really is something worth reading and discussing not just with tech companies in Silicon Valley but more importantly, among educational systems globally, too.
Really took some time to digest as many posts I could find on her book and even on other ideas about innovation yet the one thing that really struck deep is the value of 'embracing risk' as a support to innovation (see video). Indeed, there seems nothing better like comfort and financial considerations to whet the appetite for further ideas or need to find a better way but pretty soon we all have to face the consequences of a bland life if we let it be.
I just wish that more societies and companies do place importance on keeping innovation among its priorities. Maybe it would be in the form of rewards or incentives, who knows? But we need leaders. It's the only way to go in order to create a dynamic, living world.
I wish I'm doing my share starting with these resources.
Scoble video with Ms. Estrin.
Accidents lead to Innovation paper from MIT.
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Blogging 101. IBM-Certified.
There's plenty of reasons to fall in love with Portland! I remember talking way back then with a visitor who was from there and actually raved about it. He said that it has the warmth of a small city, very unlike El Ay? Me, I'm a big fan of the new Blazers especially the team this coming season with Roy, Oden, Aldridge and Fernandez. Hope they bring in some wins and make the playoffs. It sure does seem Portland is getting a lot of looks and love these days and great to hear that Morph Labs' going to be in pretty cool company.
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