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Extraordinaria presentaci贸n sobre innovaci贸n y gesti贸n de la innovaci贸n

Extraordinaria presentaci贸n sobre innovaci贸n y gesti贸n de la innovaci贸n

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    • Denise Caron
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    • 鈥淗e who innovates will have forhis enemies all those who are well off under the existing order of things, and only lukewarmsupporters in those who might be better off under the new鈥 - Niccolo Machiavelli, The Prince Denise Caron
    • One Laptop Per Child Sued for Patent InfringementCountries concerned over internet affecting local culturesCountries want to sensor internet access to protect childrenIntel is competing with One Laptop Per ChildMicrosoft criticize the program as not doing enoughCounties concerned that there is not enough local contentCountries concerned over sustainability costTeachers want to establish strong human supervision Denise Caron
    • Were losing the respect thats due toprofessionals who are trained to provide us with accurate information in its propercontext, and celebrating work produced by untrained, often anonymous riff-raff. - Andrew Keen on Web 2.0, The Cult of the Amateur Denise Caron
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    • Education was socially constructed & contextually reinvented instead of being dictated Denise Caron
    • Technology was everywhere (digital universe) instead ofbeing confiscated at the classroom door (digital refugees) Denise Caron
    • Knowledge was freely and pervasively distributed instead of being limited and costly Denise Caron
    • If you want to influence peoples behaviour, give them something to copy 13 Denise Caron
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    • "Creativityinvolves breakingout ofestablishedpatterns in orderto look at thingsin a differentway."鈥擡dward de Bono Denise Caron
    • 鈥淐uriosity is anynatural inquisitivebehavior thatengenders exploration,investigation andlearning.鈥溾 Wikipedia 16 Denise Caron
    • Great ideas, it is said, come into the world as gently as doves.Perhaps, then, if we listen attentively, we shallhear鈥 a faint flutter ofwings; the gentlestirring of life 鈥擜lbert Camusand hope. 17 Denise Caron
    • 鈥淲ithout experimentation, we might all still be living in caves and using rocks as tools." 鈥擲tefan Thomke 18 Denise Caron
    • 鈥淎ccess to information and freedom of access to it may seem like a fundamental right鈥擜lberto Gonzales but there are many people who think, rightly or wrongly, it is for your own good that it is hidden." 19 Denise Caron
    • If your only tool is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail Bernard Baruch Denise Caron
    • 鈥 The illiterate of the 21st century will not bethose who cannotread & write, butthose who cannotlearn, unlearn,and relearn鈥 鈥 Alvin Toffler Denise Caron
    • 鈥 e van Sycamnias A structure enabling flexibility andresponsiveness in dealing with all sorts of situations quickly andefficiently, particularly in dynamicenvironments such as computer developments. Denise Caron
    • T he willingness to exert high levels of effort toreach organizational goals, conditioned by theeffort鈥檚 ability to satisfy some individual need. 23 Denise Caron
    • O" nly he who can seethe invisible can do theimpossible.鈥 -- f rank L. Gaines Denise Caron
    • A" good innovationleader creates anenvironment where鈥acred traditions can bechallenged andaddressed.鈥-E laine Dundon Denise Caron
    • "I start where the last man left off.鈥-- t homas edison Denise Caron
    • the subconscious needs timeand space to roam 27 Denise Caron
    • P eople are replacing theirtrust in traditional authoritieswith trust in each other Denise Caron
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    • If I had asked the publicwhat they wanted, theywould have said afaster horse. --Henry Ford Denise Caron
    • " G reat minds always stay nimble because theyve learned how to move on. Einstein worked on big problems until he died. The artists we most admire transform themselves and their work from time to time.鈥 -- M arco Marsan, from Think Naked Denise Caron
    • t鈥 here are only two waysto live your life. One is asthough nothing is a miracle.The other is as thougheverything is a miracle.- A lbert Einstein Denise Caron
    • The greatest danger for most of us is notthat our aim is too high and we miss it,but that it is too low and we reach it. --Michelangelo Denise Caron
    • --PicassoEvery act of creation is first of all an act of destruction. Denise Caron
    • We always overestimate what will change the next 2 years, and underestimate what will change the next 10 Bill Gates Denise Caron
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    • It鈥檚 notthis scary Denise Caron
    • We don鈥檛 know what the future will hold but it will be beautiful 38 Denise Caron
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    • Thanks to the People of the Information Highway Denise Caron