My Ten Favorite Tweets – Week Ending 050809
From the home office in the Nokia Theater, Times Square…
#1: Twitter is working on a reputation ranking for users, to be part of how search results are returned: http://bit.ly/hu3yX
#2: Seeing a number of enterprise 2.0 vendors moving hard into the idea/innovation management realm. Good place to be.
#3: CapGemini – companies that batten down the hatches & stop innovation during the recession will find themselves behind on the upswing #wif09
#4: Christensen – Intel did $18 billion in revenue from ideas generated by employees in breakout groups organized by Andy Grove #wif09
#5: Christensen – Strategy problem for companies. A business model hijacks an idea and forces it to change to conform. #wif09
#6: Christensen – Expensive failure always results when disruption is framed as technological rather than business model terms. #wif09
#7: Saffo – a Stanford colleague says that by 2030, half of all miles driven will be by robots. #wif09
#8: Saffo – you can always tell when a new tech is hot. Single males in that field can actually get a date. #wif09
#9: Nice article in the @latimes about the iconic California fast food chain – In-N-Out: Can perfection survive? http://bit.ly/sZUfb
#10: iPhone effect: my 5 y.o. son was pressing his finger on my laptop screen to navigate on a web page.
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