DEANGELIS ON HBR "BREAKTHROUGH IDEAS 2007"Steve DeAngelis
has two very meaty posts up "HBR 2007 Breakthrough Ideas, Part 1
" and "HBR 2007 Breakthrough Ideas, Part 2
" based on "The HBR List:Breakthrough Ideas for 2007
". Steve gives his insights, links and extensive excerpts on the breakthrough ideas which are:1. Accidental Influentials2. Entrepreneurial Japan3.Brand Magic: Harry Potter Marketing.4.Algorithms in the Attic5.The Leader from Hope6.An Emerging Hotbed of User-Centered Innovation7.Living With Continuous Partial Attention8.Borrowing from the PE Playbook9.When To Sleep On It10. Here Comes XBRL11. Innovation and Growth: Size Matters12. Conflicted Consumers13. What Sells When Father Knows Best14. Business in the Nanocosm15. Act Globally, Think Locally16. Seeing is Treating17. The Best Networks Are Really Worknets18. Why U.S. Healthcare Costs Aren't Too High19. In Defense of "Ready, Fire, Aim20. The Folly of Accountabalism
An impressive density of concepts and commentary in just a couple of medium size posts.
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