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This is the first of a series of conferences for French Executives in the the attempt to open their eyes and their minds in the search for an answer to the future following the dictum "if you …

This is the first of a series of conferences for French Executives in the the attempt to open their eyes and their minds in the search for an answer to the future following the dictum "if you can\'t beat them....join them and swim with the sharks"

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  • 1. "A laser, is a solution seeking a problem.”1964 quote from a NYTimes article onTheodore H. Maiman the man who built the first operational laser
  • 2. OvertureAllegro moderato
  • 3. How much does it cost ?
  • 4. Who benefits ?
  • 5. Who pays ?
  • 6. When can you deliver it?
  • 7. What are we talking about ?
  • 8. Symphony of I-N-N-O-V-A-T-IO-N
  • 9. First Movement Andantino
  • 10. Innovation never disappearsbecausecuriosity neverdies
  • 11. Culture & Education
  • 12. Culture fosters curiosityEducation structures & channels curiosity
  • 13. When culture is latent and education is monopolized in its access and crystallized by a caste Nomenklaturacuriosity wanes awayThe only innovation is marked by the cooptation of classes of Apparaticks & their self-reproduction as part of the Nomenklatura
  • 14. Latent culture +Nomenklatura oriented education =stifling curiosity =Zero or little innovation
  • 15. Intermezzo
  • 16. Second MovementAndante con brio
  • 17. Absolute need for Curiosity & Empirics
  • 18. Absolute need, through empirics, of curiositysurfaces where there is a starving hunger for ideas and economic improvement of self, where the undetected of today and the unexpected of tomorrow are motors of venture and adventure that will create wealth and in the process defy Nomeklatura and challenge the Apparatick
  • 19. Where the dream becomes reality is where there is a fertile environment
  • 20. Intermezzo
  • 21. Third MovementFuga
  • 22. Venture Capital &Management of Riskhuman, environmental &financialthe sense & appreciation of risk based on needs and desires
  • 23. Human Capitalthe “hungry” of the world that are structured in their claim of sharing the richness as spelled out by Adam Smith & Marx & Keynes, the prophets of HOPE
  • 24. EnvironmentalWhere Academia and Industry work hand-in-hand un-afraid of the vulgarity of the word profit and un-tamed in their desire and want to advance Science & Technology for the well being of themselves, their organizations, their scholarly institutions
  • 25. FinancialWhere Capital flowsWhere risk is assessed on the basis of three simple questionsHow much will it cost?Who will benefit?When can you deliver it?
  • 26. Intermezzo
  • 27. Fourth Movementcon Fuoco
  • 28. Unlocking Innovation
  • 29. UnabatedAmbitiousSolitaryRelentlessPursue of a Dream coupled with
  • 30. RemorslessRuthlessS-E-L-F-I-S-H-N-E-S-S(as in sense of self )& L-U-C-K(sense of self-predestination)
  • 31. Keeping in mind thatthose who D-A-R-EWIN
  • 32. “Les grosses boitesfinissent par produired’abord de la lahierarchie”quote from the article Bâtisseur de rêves – a portrait of Elon MuskLe Monde , Mardi 30 Mars 2010
  • 33. SELF-REPRODUCTION OF NOMENKLATURA= COOPTATION OF APPARATICK= BLOOD RELATION S=MENTAL DEFICIT OF IMAGINATION= END OF DREAM = NO INNOVATION
  • 34. InnovationVersion 1.0703/04/2010
    • F.E. Pozzolini, 2010
    pozzolini@pozzolini.com