Rainforest Rev: When Incentives Backfire and the New Chilean FrameworkPosted: December 24, 2013
December 24th, 2013
Happy Holidays from T2 Venture Creation and Global Innovation Summit+Week. We wish you have a peaceful and joyful 2014! We are proud to announce four major events during Global Innovation Week from leading organizations in Silicon Valley.
- SVForum –Apps to Platforms: The Hows & Whys
- Bay Area BioEconomy Initiative – Life Science Ecosystems
- The Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership and Silicon Vikings – Evening with Women Entrepreneurs
- The Women & Innovation Lab by Cascadance
The events are tentatively scheduled for Feb 20. More details on these and other events coming soon. Remember to reserve the week of Feb 17-21 for Global Innovation Summit+Week!
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THE BIG PICTURE
Five Ways Incentives Kill Innovation
Henry Doss, Chief Strategy Officer of T2 Venture Creation, from Forbes
Reward systems can be counterproductive when they inhibit teamwork, trust, and other essential drivers of innovation. Read more here.
Surfing Toward the Future: Strategic Orientations for Innovation in Chile
National Council on Innovation and Competitiveness
The Chilean government’s comprehensive framework for understanding and harnessing the South American nation’s forces of innovation to address its energy production and consumption, the social impacts of advances in the biological sciences, and the changes and challenges coming in the field of education. Read more here.
Geoffrey Moore: Why Crossing The Chasm Is Still Relevant
A venture veteran describes the stages of evolution in a community’s acceptance of the disruption that can occur with innovation, including the point at which adopters “cross the chasm” to take a chance on a new solution. Read more here.
GM’s Next CEO: Mary Barra Should Always Have Been the Favorite
Some observers feel new CEO of General Motors Mary Barra has spent too many years in Human Resources. Maybe that’s exactly the kind of experience more CEOs need. Read more here.
Why Some Communities Foster More Entrepreneurs Than Others
A university study demonstrates the importance of social networks and trust to support entrepreneurial success. Read more here.
University Building Economy
University of New Mexico President Robert Frank was inspired to push his institution to play a larger role in his region’s startup economy after hearing T2 Venture Creation CEO Victor Hwang describe the Rainforest model of innovation ecosystems. Read more here.
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The French government must dramatically realign its policies if the struggling nation’s talented innovators are going to help pull the economy out of its current malaise. Read more here.
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Why Nebraska Startups Should Be On Your Radar
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