The Best of Robin Williams: A Presenter’s Tribute

If anyone could capture an audience, it was Robin Williams. The way the famed actor could rope in his audience, make us hang on his every word — laugh one minute, tear-up the next — is the envy of any presenter. Continue

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“Why Twitter Will Outlast Facebook” di @StoryTellerMN il @LinkedIn

I’m not really one for prognostication, especially where it concerns this frenetic digital world, but in 2011 I made a prediction that raised the eyebrow of a friend and it’s this: Twitter will outlast Facebook. Continue

My new book on mentoring: “Mentorship. What does a mentoring relationship matter?”

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Dear all,
What is mentoring? Which is the difference between mentoring and coaching? Who is the Right mentor for me? Is it useful for companies to reach their targets? Could it improve employability and personal development of people with an MBA degree? These and other questions are discussed in my book, “Mentorship. What does a mentoring relationship matter?”, with Mr Claudio Ceper and Mr Maurizio Bottari, expert headhunters and mentors, Mr Domenico Fama’, senior Hr Manager with deep experience in multinational companies, Miss Gini Dupasquier mentor

The preface is by Mr Gaetano Bonfissuto expert headhunter.

It’s an ebook available on Smashwords (
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/453909
) where you can find the version for Kindle and Apple, Sony reader, PDF and text, on iBook store, Kobo book store, Flipkart, Barnes & Noble, Fnac, Feltrinelli, Scribd, Oyster.

I hope you will enjoy it.

How the Internet of Things Changes Business Models

As the Internet of Things (IoT) spreads, the implications for business model innovation are huge. Filling out well-known frameworks and streamlining established business models won’t be enough. Continue

The Future of the Workforce May Be Part-Time, Says Google CEO Larry Page

What happens as machines and artificial intelligence push humans out of the workforce? It’s one of the more important problems of our time — theoretical as it may seem in some sectors today — as technology makes industry after industry more efficient. continue

Take This Final Exam to See If You Are Ready to Launch Your Startup

I teach entrepreneurship in the College of Engineering at Villanova University. We make the entrepreneurial learning experience as real life as possible but, at the end of each semester, the “real world” illusion ends with a final exam. continue

Principles for Open Innovation and Open Leadingship

Just found this awesome 27 min talk by Joi Ito on the 9 principles of open innovation. They are not that new – first version appeared in 2012 – but they seem to have matured, like good wine in well kept cellars. Almost every sentence he speaks is tweetable continue

Free markets killed capitalism: Ayn Rand, Ronald Reagan, Wal-Mart, Amazon and the 1 percent’s sick triumph over us all

Barry C. Lynn is a senior fellow at the New America Foundation and the author of two important books, “End of the Line” and ”Cornered,” the latter of which describes the dramatic return of monopoly to the American landscape. continue

Steve Jobs Sent This Email To A Startup Who Helped Design One Of The First iPad Apps

How do you know whether or not your iOS app is going to be a hit? Getting an email from Steve Jobs is probably a strong indicator.
Ashish Toshniwal, the 31-year-old CEO of app design firm Y Media Labs, told Business Insider about how one of the first iPad apps his startup helped create impressed the late Apple CEO and co-founder. continue

Share What You Know and People Will Buy What You Sell

What do Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates all have in common? Each is an amazing salesperson. They’re able to get in front of others, clearly present their vision and persuade people to buy in. continue

How I bypassed 2-Factor-Authentication on Google, Facebook, Yahoo, LinkedIn, and many others.

I remember fondly two years ago, when 2-Factor-Authentication (2FA) became popular and well used across major web applications (Google, Facebook, Yahoo and others). I found, my naive sixteen year old self unable to come to terms for why the genius idea had not been thought of before. continue

Garrett Camp: Building Products People Actually Want to Use

Garrett Camp never launched a photo app or a “me too” social network. There is no movie about him and he’s not fawned over by the tech press. What he has done is create two industry-defining startups that are withstanding whatever the Silicon Valley hype-cycle throws their way, and he’s about to create a bunch more. continue