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Eric Haseltine: What will be the next big scientific breakthrough? The Aha Moment - How Entrepreneurs Realized What To Do In Life. Before any entrepreneur became successful there was a time they did not know what to do.

The Aha Moment - How Entrepreneurs Realized What To Do In Life

And then the aha moment happened. How? About 2200 years ago Archimedes stepped into his bath and exclaimed, “Eureka!” It means “I found it.” At that moment Archimedes found a solution to a problem he had been pondering for a long time. It was a moment of sudden discovery. Before The Aha Moment Life can be divided into two periods. Here we show the moments that turned famous people onto their missions. What Makes Us Aha What brings the Aha moment? Inconvenience. Limited resources. "Comment faire une startup santé ?" par Oussama Ammar. Qu’est-ce qu’un écosystème entrepreneurial ? — Welcome to TheFamily. Dans le cadre d’une étude (en préparation) sur La transition numérique au coeur des territoires, TheFamily cherche à modéliser ce qu’est un écosystème entrepreneurial.

Qu’est-ce qu’un écosystème entrepreneurial ? — Welcome to TheFamily

Ce billet est pour partager avec vous le brouillon de ce modèle. Le terme d’écosystème est devenu un cliché. Tout le monde l’utilise ; pour la plupart des gens, ça ne veut plus rien dire ; c’est même devenu insupportable. Wikipedia nous suggère pourtant que c’est le bon terme à employer pour désigner des entrepreneurs qui réussissent dans un environnement porteur. Why Entrepreneurs, Not Government, Drive Innovation - Singularity HUB. It's sad that the U.S. government doesn't fund risky research anymore.

Why Entrepreneurs, Not Government, Drive Innovation - Singularity HUB

After all, "the day before something is truly a breakthrough, it's a crazy idea"… and if you're not funding crazy ideas, you're stuck with linear (incremental) thinking. This post is about why you as an entrepreneur (or 'exponential CEO') are going to be solving our problems, as opposed to waiting for the government. Why government R&D funding is declining, why that's a bad thing, and how innovative entrepreneurs are now responsible for keeping the U.S. on the cutting edge.

Historically speaking… Historically, government funding accelerated some of the most important technologies on which our entire global infrastructure now heavily relies: The microchip, GPS, wind energy, cancer therapies, touch screens, the Internet… Even Google probably wouldn't be around had it not been for government funding. But the government doesn't fund crazy ideas anymore… Bringing SciFi to Business. About The Speaker Ramez Naam Ramez Naam is a computer scientist, futurist, and award-winning author.

Bringing SciFi to Business

Ramez spent 13 years at Microsoft, where he led teams developing early versions of Microsoft Outlook, Internet Explorer, and the Bing search engine. Between stints at Microsoft, Naam founded and ran Apex NanoTechnologies, the world’s first company devoted entirely to software tools to accelerate molecular design. Entrepreneurship In The 21st Century. Many definitions of entrepreneurship can be found in the literature describing business processes.

Entrepreneurship In The 21st Century

The earliest definition of entrepreneurship, dating from the eighteenth century, was deemed to mean an economic term describing the process of bearing the risk of buying at certain prices and selling at uncertain prices. Later, the term broadened to include the concept of bringing together the factors of production. This definition led others to question whether there was any unique entrepreneurial function or whether it was simply a form of management. In more recent times, the concept of innovation was added to the definition of entrepreneur-ship. Innovation would blossom into many categories: Process innovation, market innovation, product innovation, factor innovation, and organizational innovation. Considerable effort has also gone into trying to understand the psychological and sociological underpinnings of entrepreneurship. Measuring Entrepreneurship ” Innovative skills. Conclusion.

The Science of Productivity. Karen Thompson Walker: What fear can teach us. Cedric Villani – La naissance des idées. Cédric Villani est un mathématicien de renommée mondiale, l’un des meilleurs spécialistes des équations de la théorie cinétique des gaz et des plasmas, et du transport optimal.

Cedric Villani – La naissance des idées

Ancien élève de l’École normale supérieure de Paris, il a reçu en 2010 la Médaille Fields, la plus prestigieuse des récompenses du monde mathématique. Steven Johnson: Where good ideas come from. Ludwick Marishane: A bath without water. Toby Shapshak: You don't need an app for that. Moonshot Thinking. Joi Ito: Want to innovate? Become a "now-ist" Why we need creative confidence. In 2012, IDEO founder and longtime Stanford professor David Kelley took the TED stage in Long Beach and shared a deeply personal story.

Why we need creative confidence

It was the tale of his own cancer diagnosis, of finding a lump in his neck and being told he had a 40% chance of survival. This was clearly a sobering moment, but he wasn’t sharing the story to seek our sympathy. Rather, he wanted to talk about his resulting epiphany. “While you’re waiting for your turn to get the gamma rays, you think of a lot of things,” he said drily.

Devenir créatif : les cinq méthodes que vous connaissez depuis la maternelle. PSYCHOLOGIE - Soyons honnêtes : la vie et le travail étaient bien plus simples à la maternelle.

Devenir créatif : les cinq méthodes que vous connaissez depuis la maternelle

De l’idée à la composition. The Source Of Creativity : TED Radio Hour.