My Ten Favorite Tweets – Week Ending 050710
From the home office at the New York Stock Exchange, where I said “Sell Google shares, not a googol shares!”
#1: Li: CEOs have five things they focus on every day. Your “open leadership” and social strategies need to relate to one of them. #socialc20
#2: Surowiecki: The presence of a single dissenter makes a group smarter. Key? Can’t be same person dissenting every time. #feiboston
#3: Surowiecki: Having crowd diversity – cognitive & heuristics diversity – is critical to crowd assessment of ideas. #feiboston
#4: Channeling @cshirky here: “It’s Not Idea Overload. It’s Filter Failure.” (via Spigit blog) http://bit.ly/bJkyf8 #innovation #crowdsourcing
#5: RT @timkastelle Innovation through Exaptation http://bit.ly/d6G1vt > The shifting of a trait’s function over time
#6: Thoughts on Innovation Management From FEI 2010 | Forrester Blogs http://bit.ly/ah0psG #feiboston
#7: RT @jdpuva Innovate on Purpose: Innovation Failure Points: Idea Generation http://bit.ly/bBGAl2
#8: Discussions about Facebook’s privacy settings have the feel of arguing over religion.
#9: RT @ParkerLSmith The Meaning of Colors Around the World http://post.ly/ea14
#10: Learned something tonight. If you karaoke Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’”, the entire bar will be there with you.