Got trust?

With CoDev2013: Forging Collaborative Capabilities & Relationships to Accelerate Innovation being just three weeks away, I want to encourage those of you who are still sitting on the fence to join us in La Jolla, Calif.  On Monday, February 11 we are doing a workshop that will help you drive innovation through trust.  You can’t create

Get unorthodox…

Companies these days cannot afford to sit still!  If you’re near the Palo Alto area next week, I’m teaming up with my friends at Xerox to present PARC FORUM: “Be a Leader of Unorthodox Ideas.”  It’s a free event happening February 7 at the George E. Pake Auditorium, Palo Alto, California. I will shares best

Still time to get in on CoDev 2013!

Two more weeks, and we’re excited to bring you Forging Collaborative Capabilities and Relationships to Accelerate Innovation,  happening Feb. 11-13 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla (at Aventine) in  La Jolla, Calif. Over the past decade, CoDev conferences have been a driving force in leading a cross-industry exchange on the evolution of open innovation practices.

Making the case for innovation

There is no doubt that innovation is vital to a strong, healthy community, whether you live and work in a small town or large metropolis. I recently had the opportunity in my own community here in northeast Wisconsin to make a case for innovation, along with other industry experts. In that report, I said that

First digital money: Bitcoin

Have you heard of Bitcoin? It is a new kind of digital money that is being proclaimed as the first decentralized electronic currency in the world.  Like the Internet, it’s not controlled by one organization or government entity. The open source project is said to be used by more than 100,000 people around the world

First digital money: Bitcoin

Have you heard of Bitcoin? It is a new kind of digital money that is being proclaimed as the first decentralized electronic currency in the world.  Like the Internet, it’s not controlled by one organization or government entity. The open source project is said to be used by more than 100,000 people around the world