Monthly Archives: March 2011

In Search of 28,800 Rubber Ducks…Lost At Sea

Tweet I love this story! En route from China to the U.S, a cargo ship container dumped 28,000 rubber ducks and other bath toys into the North Pacific and what appears to be a rather banal, useless and unnecessary quest … Continue reading

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The Other Side of Innovation, part four

Tweet The Other Side of Innovation: Solving the Execution Challenge By Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble Published by Harvard Business School Press ISBN: 9781422166963 Copyright © 2010 by Vijay Govindarajan Buy the Book FROM THE BOOK JACKET: “Genius is 1 … Continue reading

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Dilbert – Anytime

Tweet In case you didn’t know…Scott Adams is having a field day with being Green and the Dilbert site is here…

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A New Kind of Publishing

Tweet The Financial Times holds the copyright on this article and I am not allowed to cut, paste or share in anyway. If you are interested in reading about a writer’s collective…go here

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Dylan, forever young.

Tweet ” The early years of the 21st century have been the age of the veteran in rock and pop… The Rolling Stones do a world tour every few years; Paul McCartney, with a small child to think about, does … Continue reading

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The Other Side of Innovation part three

Tweet  “As part of our work, we’ve experimented with tools for assessing the managerial degree of difficulty of an innovation initiative. As it turns out, only two ratings are really needed: routine and difficult. There is not much middle ground. … Continue reading

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Syracuse Builds Incubator of Advanced Building Technology

Tweet from Bloomberg, James Russell writes on the most ambitious project of US incubators of advanced building technology….. “….The $41-million Syracuse project in upstate New York is the most ambitious of just a few American incubators of advanced building technology….Panels … Continue reading

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Beat the Heat in Qatar in 2022

Tweet from www.Greenpacks.org comes a tale of clouds… “…Scientists and engineers at Qatar University have developed a solar-powered gas-filled cloud, which will be used to provide shade to the spectators and athletes from the sun. Appears to be a cool … Continue reading

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Follow the Green Way

Tweet from the Irish Times, comes details of Dublin’s admision into the Global Cleantech Cluster Association (GCCA). ” …DUBLIN WAS welcomed into the Global Cleantech Cluster Association (GCCA) this week…the Austrian cluster was officially opened in 2005, building on a … Continue reading

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The Other Side of Innovation, part two

Tweet The Other Side of Innovation: Solving the Execution Challenge By Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble Published by Harvard Business School Press ISBN: 9781422166963 Copyright © 2010 by Vijay Govindarajan “We loved the ad. It captured so humorously and yet … Continue reading

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