Tag Archives: Conferences

Back End of Innovation Wrapup – Day Three

The third day of the Back End of Innovation (BEI) Conference in Silicon Valley had a great roster of thought leader and innovation practitioner speakers. If you don't follow me on twitter where I tweet as @innovate then you will have missed my thoughts on what some of the key innovation quotes and observations were from Day Three, so I'll recollect them here the best that I can.

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Back End of Innovation Wrapup – Day Two

The second day of the Back End of Innovation (BEI) Conference in Silicon Valley had a great roster of thought leader and innovation practitioner speakers. If you don't follow me on twitter where I tweet as @innovate then you will have missed my thoughts on what some of the key innovation quotes and observations were from Day Two, so I'll recollect them here the best that I can.

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Back End of Innovation Wrapup – Day One

Here is a recap of the first day of the Back End of Innovation (BEI) Conference in Silicon Valley. There was a good roster of thought leader and innovation practitioner speakers. Day Two promises to be more of the same. If you don't follow me on twitter where I tweet as @innovate then you will have missed my thoughts on what some of the key innovation quotes and observations were from Day One, so I'll recollect them here the best that I can.

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Innovation with a touch of Jazz and Jambalaya

I had the opportunity to interview Gerard Cox, organizer of the the inaugural Second Line conference. The event is an interactive conference celebrating the New Economy successes and strategies with disruptive innovation, value creation, and sustainable social impact. Set in New Orleans, they brought some of the world’s leading innovators to demonstrate how design, experience, strategy, and technology can be applied to create new markets, exponential growth, and sustainable social impacts.

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