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Innovation in a Flat World - Lessons from India

by Think, Do, Learn, Blog, Talk, Share  at [24]7 Innovation Labs on Nov 06, 2013

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My presentation at the 15th Management Circle Innovation Conference, Munich, Germany, Nov 5-6. Unfortunately, I was not able to travel and present this talk in person, but presented the key topics ...

My presentation at the 15th Management Circle Innovation Conference, Munich, Germany, Nov 5-6. Unfortunately, I was not able to travel and present this talk in person, but presented the key topics from it in a Skype chat with Prof. Oliver Gassmann, University of St. Gallen, and Chair for this conference

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  • hinasamal Hina Samal at Govt. Employee PLZ.forget whichcountry what doesnt want we must stick to remote health care otherwise crowding will lead to unattended killing of aspirants of health care 5 months ago
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  • Managewell Tathagat Varma, Think, Do, Learn, Blog, Talk, Share at [24]7 Innovation Labs @PrabhakerPanditiPMPS Thanks Prabhaker. I agree with you - the whole thing about Reverse Innovation is still a bit too new (and on Open Innovation in India is even more of an idea at this point). End of the day, it is the mankind and the biosphere that should benefit and not a few nations that deny other developing nations the right to improve themselves... 5 months ago
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  • PrabhakerPanditiPMPS Prabhaker Panditi - PMP, Scrum Master, CSP, PMI-ACP @Tathagat:
    Very informative. The examples of reverse innovation are interesting and it remains to be seen how they fare in the global market place. This is exactly the promise of the 'flat world' phenomena - use ideas from across the planet to make this a better world...for all of mankind.
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