In the September 25, 2006 issue of BusineessWeek’s quarterly Inside Innovation section, Bob Sutton lays out the ground rules for great brainstorming.
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“one of the fundamental changes happening in medical schools across the nation.” – Philip Pizzo, dean of Stanford’s School of Medicine Stanford Magazine on adding a more human-centered, hands-on approach to learning earlier in the educational experience of future doctors.
A good fireside chat hosted by 37signals. Check it out.
Information Week ruminates on the wide swings of fortune in the online infectious action arena. Our favorite quote from Bob Sutton… This "messy" approach to packaging and selling products is exceedingly distressing to traditional marketers, Sutton says. "They base their whole professional lives on the theory that you can analyze and analyze and analyze, and…
The Stanford Daily covers CIA’s project on infectious action for HipHop.
A TED talk that needs no introduction. Everyone must watch.
The Stanford Daily reports on Experiences in Design Thinking student teams applying newly sharpened design thinking skills to the issue of bicycle safety on campus.
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