Teaching my 1st group of students for an entire winter semester: already done! One highlight: seeing their evolution and progress class after class, through their questions, reflections, team projects etc. was remarkable. I learned so much and have lots to share, but I'll need another post for that.
“There are no facts about the future.” – Thomas Wilson
“ Interesting things happen along borders – transitions – not in the middle where everything is the same.” – Neal Stephenson
According to survey responses from 250 business leaders : “only 13% of respondents feel they do a good job in telli… https://t.co/n2p4DD8e57
When a 100yrs old brand broadens focus, favors short-term gains & stretches line extension. Oreo lost connection wi… https://t.co/iDfqmXFuSU
RT @BarbaraCorcoran: If you're not wired for taking risks, you won't build a big business. #Business is all about taking risks.
From my blog
In this conversation, Marty tells us all about Swarming. Swarming is the process of attacking a problem from many angles or through many disciplines at once.
"Rather than structure a project as a linear exercise, swarming unleashes the full power of simultaneous collaboration. A variety of minds (experts, newbies, tech-heads, managers, and artists) come together at the start, tapping their diverse talents throughout the process.