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Hey Ya! Cool Vendors in R&D is out…

by Michael Shanler  |  May 22, 2017

“…Now what's cooler than bein' cool? (Ice cold!)…” - André "André 3000" Benjamin from OutKast André 3000" is the 9th most influential rapper of all time  according to Rateyourmusic.com.  He’s in...

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The Limits and Future of Productivity Growth

by Andrew White  |  May 16, 2017

Ignoring the politics, a front page article in today's US print edition of the Wall Street Journal says it all: Labor Force Poses Limits to 3% Growth.  The challenge of...

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How to Assess a Blockchain Platform?

by Homan Farahmand  |  March 28, 2017

There are a growing number of blockchain platforms that are competing to prove their viability and establish their foothold in this rapidly evolving market. It's no surprise that this pace...

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McKinsey Seeks to Have It's Cake and Eat Yours at the Same Time?

by Andrew White  |  February 9, 2017

I really enjoyed reading a recent article on "strategy" from McKinsey Global Institute.  The article was, "Discussion on digital: How strategy is evolving- and staying the same - in hypergrowth...

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What Effective Information Stewardship Would Have Done

by Andrew White  |  January 19, 2017

Innovation is alive and well and continues to amaze me. I was attending a vendor briefing today with my colleague, Saul Judah, and we were listening to a vendor who...

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Are we Out of Big Ideas?

by Andrew White  |  December 8, 2016

  I was greeted yesterday morning with my two favorite newspapers, the FT and WSJ.  Lo and behold I saw on the front page of the WSJ an article of...

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Tech Boom Creates too Few Jobs - And the Point is?

by Andrew White  |  October 14, 2016

The title of this blog is the title of an article on the front page of the Wall Street Journal today (see Tech Boom Creates too Few Jobs).  It is...

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Where Would You Put Your $100 (or $5 million) Dollars?

by Andrew White  |  September 22, 2016

I am not a betting man - despite my many opportunities to visit Las Vegas I only ever once played a slot machine (and won, about $5), but I have...

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Centaur Intelligence: Half-Human, Half Machine

by Svetlana Sicular  |  September 20, 2016

I call the symbiosis of a man and a machine Centaur Intelligence, in which the head is always human: people do at what they excel — curiosity, creativity and compassion....

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The Gift that Keeps on Giving: More on Innovation

by Andrew White  |  September 14, 2016

  So is the smartphone an innovation that has run its course?  Is that it?  Have we maxed out the productivity improvements from our new-fangled friend that seems tethered to...

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