By Gary Epler, M.D., Harvard Medical School and Trond A. Undheim, Ph.D., Futurist, Founder of Yegii, Inc. The media universe is drawn to negativity. Bloggers exploit this fully, but national media also pick extreme angles. […]
Today, I wanted to share that I just bought the excellent book, Girl Decoded. I first met the author, Rana el Kaliouby, when I ran MIT Startup Exchange. As a female, Muslim CEO and cofounder […]
Three futurists share their thoughts on the potential impact technology will have on manufacturing environments. See the full article by Peter Fretty in IndustryWeek. Technology has taken centerstage in today’s digital economy—and for good reason. […]
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Large companies can prepare for disruption by combining the strengths of two things, entrepreneurship and bureaucracy.
Bitcoin heralds a new age more disruptive than that of today’s Internet. Disruption can be a good thing, especially when it affects banking, a failing set of business models which, for all the tweaks, have […]
Trond Undheim spoke at Ballentine Partners’ TH!NK Forum. Facebook knows what you like, Waze knows where you are, and Google knows what you’re looking for. In the name of convenience, we have willingly chained ourselves […]
If you are not a natural salesman, you need creative strategies to build your brand based on your strengths and you need a spokesperson and content strategist to complement your efforts.
Last week, I chaired a panel at The Global Corporate Venturing Symposium 2019 in London on the Future of work and Impact of human-machine interfaces & AI. Staying on top of tech disruption is not trivial. Every day, […]