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Driven By DesignInnovation Consulting & Disruptive Innovation Firm. I Don't Understand What Anyone Is Saying Anymore - Dan Pallotta. By Dan Pallotta | 10:57 AM December 5, 2011 Listen to Dan Pallotta explain why we still use jargon, even though we hate it.Download this podcast I’d say that in about half of my business conversations, I have almost no idea what other people are saying to me.

I Don't Understand What Anyone Is Saying Anymore - Dan Pallotta

The language of internet business models has made the problem even worse. When I was younger, if I didn’t understand what people were saying, I thought I was stupid. Now I realize that if it’s to people’s benefit that I understand them but I don’t, then they’re the ones who are stupid. There are at least five strains of this epidemic. Abstractionitis We have forgotten how to use the real names of real things. Acronymitis This is a disease of epic proportions in the world of charity. Valley Girl 2.0 My partner and I were at a restaurant in the San Fernando Valley five years ago, and a real-live Valley girl was sitting in the booth behind us talking on her cell phone.

This would all be funny if it weren’t true. Vision. « The smartest people always work for someone else », Bill Joy, co-fondateur de Sun Microsystems, 1990 Une stratégie d’Open Innovation repose sur la vision qu’il est aujourd’hui plus facile de détecter et d’impliquer dans son processus d’innovation l’ensemble de l’intelligence collective de son écosystème d’acteurs externes – les autres grands groupes d’autres secteurs que le sien, les startups et PMEs, les laboratoires de recherche publics et privés, les experts et développeurs indépendants, les Universités, mais aussi ses clients et ses fournisseurs – et l’ensemble de ses collaborateurs au delà du périmètre du département R&D.


Lorsqu’il s’agit de savoir comment mettre en œuvre concrètement une stratégie d’innovation ouverte et collaborative la plupart des publications, articles ou livres portent plutôt sur l’analyse de meilleures pratiques et de cas réels. Leading Practices and Insights. Unlock the value of creative. Peter Sloterdijk. Peter Sloterdijk (German: [ˈsloːtɐˌdaɪk]; born June 26, 1947) is a German philosopher, cultural theorist, television host and columnist.

Peter Sloterdijk

He is a professor of philosophy and media theory at the University of Art and Design Karlsruhe. He co-hosted the German show Im Glashaus: Das Philosophische Quartett until 2012. Biography[edit] Sloterdijk's father is Dutch. He studied philosophy, German studies and history at the University of Munich and the University of Hamburg from 1968 to 1974. Philosophy[edit] Critique of Cynical Reason[edit] The Kritik der zynischen Vernunft, published by Suhrkamp in 1983 (and in English as Critique of Cynical Reason, 1988), became the best-selling work on philosophy in the German language since the Second World War and launched Sloterdijk's career as an author.[5] Spheres[edit] The trilogy Spheres is the philosopher's magnum opus. Globalization[edit] Sloterdijk also argues that the current concept of globalization lacks historical perspective. Rage and Time[edit] - Where ideas and people meet. A list of top 50 Innovation blogs by Blog Rank.