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Intel Disrupted: Why large companies find it difficult to innovate, and what they can do about it

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In the 21 st century it’s harder for large corporations to create disruptive breakthroughs. What’s holding large companies back? Lessons Learned.

Organizational Debt is like Technical debt – but worse

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Startups focus on speed since they are burning cash every day as they search for product/market fit. This didn’t feel good. the company had.

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How to Avoid Innovation Theater: The Six Decisions To Make Before Establishing an Innovation Outpost

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This is the third in a series about the changing models of corporate innovation co-authored with Evangelos Simoudis. Does it become a new division?

Innovation Outposts and The Evolution of Corporate R&D

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The last 40 years have seen an explosive adoption of new technologies (social media, telecom, life sciences, etc.) —-. In the U.S.

It’s About Women Running Startups

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And she had a model for a new media company for mobile and wearables. Their amazing Lessons Learned presentations can be seen here.

Hacking for Defense (H4D) @ Stanford – Week 3

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Team Narrative Mind is trying to understand, disrupt, and counter adversaries’ use of social media. This post is a continuation of the series.

Hacking for Defense (H4D) @ Stanford – Week 3

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Team Narrative Mind is trying to understand, disrupt, and counter adversaries’ use of social media. This post is a continuation of the series.

Hacking for Defense @ Stanford – Week 4

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The sponsor’s brief to the team is to figure out how to understand, disrupt, and counter adversaries’ use of social media. See slide 2.)

Hacking for Defense @ Stanford – Week 4

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The sponsor’s brief to the team is to figure out how to understand, disrupt, and counter adversaries’ use of social media. See slide 2.)

ESADE Business School Commencement Speech

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President Bieto, Dean Sauquet, members of the faculty, distinguished guests, and ladies and gentlemen….Thank How about any Nokia phones? And Nokia? 

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When Product Features Disappear – Amazon, Apple and Tesla and the Troubled Future for 21st Century Consumers

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For software, gone are the days of having to buy a new version of physical media (disks or CD’s.) Google – Well It Looks Better. What to Do.

Hacking for Defense @ Stanford – Week 6

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We just held our sixth week of the Hacking for Defense class. This post is a continuation of the series. See all the H4D posts here. Pivots.

Hacking for Defense @ Stanford – Week 6

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We just held our sixth week of the Hacking for Defense class. This post is a continuation of the series. See all the H4D posts here. Pivots.

Why Real Learning is Outside the Building, Not Demo Day

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Here’s the story of one such team; Jonathan Wylie, Lakshmi Shivalingaiah and the Evoke team. Here’s how that happened. Not quite…. Out of the Building.

China Startups – The Gold Rush and Fire Extinguishers (Part 5 of 5)

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The Chinese Social Media Landscape diagram below from Resonance does a great job of illustrating the players in the Chinese market. Land Rush.

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Entrepreneurs are Everywhere Show No. 26: Javier Saade and Hillary Hartley

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He also co-founded three companies: a broadcasting network, Air America Media, a solar energy company, Atenergy and a branding agency, Brand Maestro.

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Entrepreneurs are Everywhere Show No. 18: Sarah Calhoun and Steve Sims

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Everyone was in the media going, “Oh, that’s so exclusive. Sarah Calhoun. Steve Sims. And download any of the past shows here.).

Guns and Cyber Security

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The online world can be a dangerous place for the unprepared.  And it’s just going to get worse. —-. Hacking and Cyber Security. Lessons Learned.

Why Facebook is Killing Silicon Valley

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Facebook and Social Media. Today, social media startups can return 100’s of millions or even billions in less than 3 years. Instead, the investor money is moving to social media. This time the pot of gold of social media may permanently change that story. Kennedy, September 1962. Innovation. And who can blame them.

Entrepreneurs are Everywhere Show No. 24: Drew Silverstein and Craig Kanarick

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Craig also co-founded Razorfish Studios, a media and entertainment company, producing books, films, TV shows, albums and websites. .

Part 2 of Episode 6 on Sirius XM Channel 111: Steve Weinstein and Venk Shukla

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MovieLabs is researching how to redefine the movie experience, advance content distribution, and understand media consumers. Virtual reality.

Hacking for Defense (H4D) @ Stanford – Week 2

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Team Narrative Mind is trying to understand, disrupt, and counter adversaries’ use of social media. This post is a continuation of the series.

Hacking for Defense (H4D) @ Stanford – Week 2

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Team Narrative Mind is trying to understand, disrupt, and counter adversaries’ use of social media. This post is a continuation of the series.

Entrepreneurs are Everywhere Show No. 12: Andrew Breen and David Binetti

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Andrew Breen has spent 20+ years developing products and services for mobile, enterprise, e-commerce, media and education companies. Go do it.”    

Entrepreneurs are Everywhere Show No. 6: Al Milukas, and Zahra Aljabri and James Faghmous

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… (We used) social media (to create demand) … mostly Facebook. Sometimes your passion is what you think about outside your day job.

Entrepreneurs are Everywhere Show No. 32: Evangelos Simoudis and Ashok Srivastava

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Innovation outposts in Silicon Valley allow big companies to sense and respond to rapid changes in technology. Ashok N. Ashok Srivastava. Ashok N.

Zhongguancun in Beijing – China’s Silicon Valley (Part 4 of 5)

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Startups here are primarily in what they call the TMT (Technology, Media and Telecommunications) segment. Entrepreneurship in Beijing. billion.

China’s Torch Program – the glow that can light the world (Part 2 of 5)

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These incubators are mostly clustered in the eastern coastal regions, and disproportionately target TMT (Technology Media and Telecom) and Biotech.

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Hacking for Defense @ Stanford – Week 5

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NarrativeMind is developing tools that will optimize discovery and investigation of adversary communication trends on social media, allowing  the  U.S.

Hacking for Defense @ Stanford – Week 5

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NarrativeMind is developing tools that will optimize discovery and investigation of adversary communication trends on social media, allowing  the  U.S.

Hacking for Defense (H4D) @ Stanford – Week 1

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Team Narrative Mind is trying to determine how to use data mining, machine learning, and data science to understand, disrupt, and counter adversaries’ use of social media (think ISIS). We just had our first Hacking for Defense class and the 8 teams have hit the ground running. Hacking for Defense: Class 1. It’s a natural mistake.

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Entrepreneurs are Everywhere Show No. 21, Part 1: Kathy Ku and Orin Herskowitz

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Research done by professors and their grad students in U.S. universities Kathy Ku. Orin Herskowitz. And download any of the past shows here.).

Are You the Fool at The Table?

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My friend  Ben Horowitz  and I debate the tech bubble in  The Economist. This post is the “rebuttal&# statement to Ben’s opening comments.

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Fly High

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Out of the airport the first stop was in Denver – an impromptu meetup at Galvanize and a fireside chat with a roomful of 200 great entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneurs are Everywhere Show No. 15: DJ Jayalath and Mark Hatch

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Mark added that founders should take the media’s fairy-tale startup stories with a grain of salt: It’s a lot harder than it looks.

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China Startups – The Gold Rush and Fire Extinguishers (Part 5 of 5)

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The Chinese Social Media Landscape diagram below from Resonance does a great job of illustrating the players in the Chinese market. Land Rush.

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Elephants Can Dance – Reinventing HP « Steve Blank

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It had nothing to do with the subject I was looking for, so I read it, chuckled, put it back in the file and kept leafing through the other papers.

China’s Torch Program – the glow that can light the world (Part 2 of 5)

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These incubators are mostly clustered in the eastern coastal regions, and disproportionately target TMT (Technology Media and Telecom) and Biotech.

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Zhongguancun in Beijing – China’s Silicon Valley (Part 4 of 5)

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Startups here are primarily in what they call the TMT (Technology, Media and Telecommunications) segment. Entrepreneurship in Beijing. billion.

The “Good” Student « Steve Blank

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Reply Quote of the Day | Bronte Media , on April 7, 2009 at 7:28 pm Said: [.] love Google. Or Microsoft or IBM. You just get successful.