From the monthly archives:

September 2010

Where Good Ideas come from

September 28, 2010

People often credit their ideas to individual “Eureka!” moments. But Steven Johnson shows how history tells a different story. His fascinating tour takes us from the “liquid networks” of London’s coffee houses to Charles Darwin’s long, slow hunch to today’s high-velocity web, on this tour of the space of creativity. Steven Johnson–Where Good Ideas come […]

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Social entrepreneurship – philanthropy or business?

September 26, 2010

Sweden was distinguished visit in the spring, by Richard Branson, CSR’s new rock star and super-entrepreneur. Not only as a model for social responsibility – in his own special style, he has also taken the throne as a social entrepreneur with the now winged words “a business is a force for doing good”. But what is social […]

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The Indian IT wonder has become an old dinosaur – giving new entrepreneurial possibilities

September 19, 2010

Having invested in, worked with, sold and project lead Indian IT projects, I can state that Offshoring is here to stay. But not in the hands of Indian large companies, and nether to be used as a strategic tool by waver European business leaders. De Jure, outsourcing and offshoring, is about creating a flexible organization […]

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Internet Innovation and the Future of Banking

September 8, 2010

Banking policy tends to focus on banking in an economic context. In reality the future of banking and banking policy is now a consumer and customer context. This is not simply because of the role the public has played in maintaining stability in the recent crisis. It is because the commercial and enterprise world is […]

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