An earlier version of this post originally appeared at Fast Company Innovation: More Poetry than Science Practical lessons from 35 years of writing poetry to help individuals and teams deliver more innovative products, processes, and services. In a conversation with Phil McKinney, former HP Chief Innovation Officer and author of Beyond the Obvious: … [Read more...] about Innovation: More Poetry than Science
Spending all day innovating around the candle does not get us to the light bulb. Daniel W. Rasmus Thank you to Kyle Johnson for the shout-out on a Gilbane Conference keynote quote, and his riff on innovation. Here’s a quote from his blog post: Innovation is messy. Higher education is messy. Innovation in higher education is messy. And that’s good. This messiness … [Read more...] about Rasmus Quote at “One CIO’s Musings”: Innovating Around the Candle
The Apple Event Tim Cook and company, as expected today, announced a bunch of stuff they already announced for about 30-minutes (iPhone 6, Yosemite, iCloud, iOS 8 updates, Apple Watch, etc.), and then announced a number of products for which features were already leaked. This Apple Event included: I’m am not sure what we waited so long for in this line-up. I was hoping … [Read more...] about Apple Event: I Waited Too Long For You To Only Cover Things that Were Leaked
What Can Be Learned from Washington Governor Chris Gregoire's 2011 Education Reform Proposal? Below are a series of responses to the 2011 policy brief from Washington Governor Chris Gregoire titled ACCELERATING THE LEARNING CURVE BY BUILDING A STUDENT-CENTERED EDUCATION SYSTEM. You can find the text of the brief here. Positive comments First, I like the idea of consolidating … [Read more...] about What Can Be Learned from Washington Governor Chris Gregoire’s 2011 Education Reform Proposal?