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Creativity Rules

Author : Tina Seelig
ISBN : 9780062856289
Genre : Business & Economics
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International bestselling author and Stanford University professor Tina Seelig adapts her wildly popular creativity course to a practical guide on how to put your best ideas into action. For the past fifteen years, Professor Tina Seelig has taught her Stanford students how to creatively unleash their unique entrepreneurial spirits. In Creativity Rules, she shares this wisdom, offering inspiration and guidance to transform ideas into reality. Readers will learn how to work through the four steps of The Invention Cycle: Imagination (envisioning things that do not yet exist), Creativity (applying your imagination to address a challenge), Innovation (applying creativity to generate unique solutions), and Entrepreneurship (applying innovation, to bring ideas to fruition, where our ideas then gain the power to inspire the imaginations of others). Using each step to build upon the last, you can create something much complex, interesting, and powerful. Creativity Rules provides the essential knowledge to take a compelling idea and transform it into something extraordinary.

Relevance And Irrelevance

Author : Jan Strassheim
ISBN : 9783110472509
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 49. 16 MB
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Relevance drives our actions and channels our attention; it shapes how we make sense of the world and communicate with each other. Irrelevance spreads a twilight which blurs the line between information we do not want to access and information we cannot access. In disciplines as diverse as philosophy, sociology, the information sciences and linguistics, “relevance” has been proposed as a key concept. This book is the first to bring together the often unrelated traditions. Researchers from different fields discuss relevance and relate it to the challenges of “irrelevance”, which have so far been neglected despite their significance for our chances of making well-informed decisions and understanding others. The contributions focus on theoretical and conceptual questions, on specific factors and fields, and on practical and political implications of relevance and irrelevance as forces which are even stronger when they remain in the background.

The Silicon Valley Challenge

Author : Christoph Keese
ISBN : 9783641209148
Genre : Business & Economics
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An Insider Report from the Centre of the Digital Universe Silicon Valley shook the European economy to its core. American technology companies are the big winners of digitization. With the capacity to reach billions of people, they are aggressively making inroads into traditional industries. Digital Disruption poses a major threat to European industries such as: automotive, retail, logistics, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, banks, insurance companies and chemicals. No sector is spared from the onslaught of Silicon Valley - with dramatic consequences for workers in Europe. Who is behind Silicon Valley’s enormous success? How do the founders and investors think? Where does all the money come from? Why are their universities so successful? In short: How does Silicon Valley function? Christoph Keese, a Berlin-based author and top executive of Axel Springer, the highly digitalized publishing house, lived and worked in Silicon Valley for half a year on behalf of his company. He wrote an account of his experiences in this book. It is a gripping narrative written from the epicenter of the 21st Century: vivid, memorable and well-informed. His book has become a bestseller in Germany. It is now available in English for the first time.

The Web At Graduation And Beyond

Author : Gottfried Vossen
ISBN : 9783319601618
Genre : Computers
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This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the rapidly changing world of Web-based business technologies and their often-disruptive innovations. The history of the Web is a short one. Indeed many college graduates today were not even born when the Web first emerged. It is therefore an opportune time to view the Web as having reached the point of graduation. The Web has led to new ways in which businesses connect and operate, and how individuals communicate and socialize; related technologies include cloud computing, social commerce, crowd sourcing, and the Internet of Things, to name but a few. These developments, including their technological foundations and business impacts, are at the heart of the book. It contextualizes these topics by providing a brief history of the World Wide Web, both in terms of the technological evolution and its resultant business impacts. The book was written for a broad audience, including technology managers and students in higher education. It is also intended as a guide for people who grew up with a background in business administration or engineering or a related area but who, in the course of their career paths, have reached a point where IT-related decisions have become their daily business, e.g., in digital transformation. The book describes the most important Web technologies and related business applications, and especially focuses on the business implications of these technologies. As such, it offers a solid technology- and business-focused view on the impact of the Web, and balances rules and approaches for strategy development and decision making with a certain technical understanding of what goes on “behind the scenes.”

The Intelligent Body Reversing Chronic Fatigue And Pain From The Inside Out

Author : Kyle L. Davies
ISBN : 9780393712063
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 85. 34 MB
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Exercises and strategies for long-term emotional well-being in the face of physical difficulties. Why are we seeing growing numbers of people suffering from debilitating chronic symptoms of pain, fatigue, inflammation and cognitive impairment that medicine is failing to resolve? A new paradigm is needed where we understand the mind and body as an interconnected flowing system. This paradigm embraces the self-healing, self-correcting, and self-creating natures of our connected mind-body system. Physical symptoms are simply a sign of disharmony and energetic imbalance, a “tap on the shoulder” from our intelligent body that is trying to get our attention. This “tap” on the shoulder can become debilitating symptoms over time. When we pay attention, and understand this communication, we can take the steps to facilitate our own self-healing. This book explains the origins of chronic symptoms and outlines the road to recovery. Readers are offered life-changing principles and practices to regain harmony in their lives and bodies, whether they suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, adrenal fatigue, trauma, depression, or anxiety. It explains how we can learn to heal ourselves from the inside out by reconceptualizing the relationships among our bodies, minds, and emotions, embracing the full importance of the mind-body connection, and tapping our natural restorative capacities. Here, readers will find ways to maximize the connections between optimum health, peace of mind, and fulfilling life experiences, all emerging when we are aligned with our “true self.”

New To Big

Author : David Kidder
ISBN : 9780525573609
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 72. 42 MB
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Serial entrepreneurs David Kidder and Christina Wallace reveal their revolutionary playbook for igniting growth inside established companies. Most established companies face a key survival challenge, says David Kidder, CEO of Bionic, lifelong entrepreneur, and angel investor in more than thirty startups: operational efficiency and outdated bureaucracy are at war with new growth. Legacy companies are skilled at growing big businesses into even bigger ones. But they are less adept at discovering new opportunities and turning them into big businesses, the way entrepreneurs and early-stage investors must. In New to Big, Kidder and Wallace reveal their proprietary blueprint for installing a permanent growth capability inside any company--the Growth Operating System. The Growth OS borrows the best tools, systems, and mind-sets from entrepreneurship and venture capital and adapts them for established organizations, leveraging these two distinct skills as a form of management for building in a future that is uncertain. By focusing on what consumers do rather than what they say, celebrating productive failure, embracing a portfolio approach, and learning from the outside-in, Kidder and Wallace argue any company can go on offense and win the future. This isn't about a one-off innovation moonshot. It's about building a permanent ladder to the moon.

Creating The Impossible

Author : Michael Neill
ISBN : 9781781809570
Genre : Business & Economics
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Are you ready to make your dreams come true?Michael Neill is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading life coaches, and his teachings have impacted everyone from housewives to CEOs and from gang members in prison to leaders at the United Nations. For the last decade, he has been sharing the principles that will allow you to create far more than you ever thought possible with far less struggle than you expected.Thousands of people from all over the world have already used the principles behind this 90-day program to reconnect with their creative spark and get their most important ideas and projects out of their head and into the world. Now it’s your turn…What if you could accomplish more than you ever imagined without the constant stress and pressure associated with "high achievement?"What if creating what you want to see in the world isn’t dependent on believing in yourself, or even believing that it’s possible?Whether you want breakthrough results for your business, yourself, or your life, this book will change the way you see yourself as you learn to make the impossible possible!

The World Is A Text

Author : Jonathan Silverman
ISBN : 0131931989
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The book teaches readers the usefulness of learning to actively "read" their surroundings. The new edition features a greatly expanded section on writing, editing, and making arguments. This cultural studies reader directly engages the process of writing about the "texts" one sees in everyday life. Its comprehensive and inclusive approach focuses on the relationship between reading traditional works-such as short stories, and poems-and other less-traditional ones-such as movies, the Internet, race, ethnicity, and television. For anyone who enjoys provocative and engaging material, and is interested in developing an appreciation for diverse cultural literary works.

Healthy Thinking Feeling Doing From The Inside Out

Author : Jack Pransky
ISBN : 1884444601
Genre : Abuse
File Size : 58. 9 MB
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Friends Journal

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ISBN : UCLA:L0072255243
Genre : Society of Friends
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