Tag Archives: Harvard

Harvard, Stanford, and MIT Researchers Have Found the Secret to Success

We want to believe that talent and opportunity are equally abundant. Not so, according to this ground-breaking study of 1 million inventors. There’s a popular quote attributed to Leila Janah, “Talent is equally distributed, opportunity is not.” We can argue what “equally distributed” really means, but I’d submit that neither talent nor opportunity are equally “available” to all people. In ...

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The Harvard Innovation Labs: becoming an experimentation machine

Matthew Guidarelli is an adviser for entrepreneurs across industries; he supports their venture development throughout the startup lifecycle — helping founders build world-positive companies that combine profit & purpose. He was previously part of the leadership team and participated in the evolution & expansion of the Harvard Innovation Labs. He tells us more about that, and about his new venture, Folly ...

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Selfish Innovation

Could we deliver better innovation results from our workshops by appealing to the inherent selfishness of our participants? This question comes to mind for the innovator reviewing the results of new research in neuroscience concerning human behavior in the activity of self-expression.

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My Favorite Clayton Christensen Talk

Sunday is a do nothing day for me. So I usually spend the time browsing my Linked-In groups to see if there is anything of interest going on. Earlier this month a presentation was posted on one of the groups. It was given by Professor Clayton Christensen of the Harvard Business School. His presentation was an hour long and given to IT CEOs. It was the most useful and informative hour I have spent in a very very long while.

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