E4. Experiment persistentlyEdison believed that nature expressed itself inprecise mathematical patterns. His belief in theomnipresence of these patterns gave himunshakeable confidence that he could ultimatelydecipher Nature’s codes.
E9. Express ideas visuallyEdison used drawings as away to capture hisintellectual property, andcommunicate in a diverseenvironment.
E14. Complexity and simplicity“Nothing is less productive than to make more efficient that which should not be done in the first place.” - Peter Drucker
E18. Inspire open exchange“He conversed, argued and disputed with us all as though he were a colleague on the same footing.” - Dyer and Martin
E23. Apply the right business model“Until there’s a viable business solution there is no opportunity.” - Carlson and Wilmot
TEDxPeachtree Speech • November 4th, 2011 • Atlanta, GA • On YouTube! • e-Book from Wiley Publishing • “What Would Thomas Edison Be Doing Today?”
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