Archives: March 2009

Letter To Steve Rattner on Ousting GM's CEO Richard Wagoner--Look to India's Nano Car For Paradigm Change

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 30

I've know Steve Rattner for decades, from his early days at The New York Times through his years as an investment banker specializing in media mergers, his participation in the...

We Are All French Now

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 29

OK, we Americans need to face it. The French were right. We were wrong. Yes, this is a provocation but there's a lot of truth to it. Let's go down...

G20 in London--Redesigning The Neoliberal Capitalist Model. ZipCar's Robin Chase Has Another Framework

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 29

The buzz in global policy circles is all about "Redesigning The System" and the upcoming Tuesday meeting in London will start with redesigning the global financial system. Clearly, we need...

Julia Allison Proves She's Serious at Parsons.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 26

Here are facts about Julia Allison that you may not know. They come from her presentation to Parsons Design School students in my Design At The Edge class Monday night....

Remembering Ron Silver.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 16

I went to Junior High School 71 on Avenue B and 7th Street on the Lower East Side of New York with Ron Silver and his death is a shocker....

Julia Allison To Present At Parsons on March 23.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 15

I've invited the very famous Julia Allison to present to my class on Design At The Edge next Monday, March 23, at 6PM. She's at the SXSW conference right now--http://twitter.com/juliaallison....

Following SXSW: South by Southwest Conference.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 15

If you're not there at this increasingly important conference, plug into the tweeting of Clay Shirky who is there. http://twitter.com/cshirky. There's good discussion about the sociology of social media on...

The U.S. Is A Failure At Innovation.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 11

Got your attention? Good, because the statement is mostly TRUE. Mike Mandel, the chief economist at Business Week, presented a paper recently to the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council on “Innovation...

The Dogs of Dogma Are Barking.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 11

I had a great Design At The Edge class at Parsons School of Design on innovation with David Armano, VP of Experience Design at Critical Mass, this week and learned...

David Armano Presents At Parsons--The Micro-Sociology of Social Networks.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 09

David Armano, the VP of Experience Design at Critical Mass, is giving a lecture in my Design at the Edge course on Monday night at Parsons School of Design in...

President Obama Goes Optimistic. Obama Is The Design President

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 09

David Burney sent in this great post about President Obama. He reminds us that Obama's earliest days were spent in community organizing in Chicago. That means that he gets the...

John Kao and Deloitte Launch The Institute for Large Scale Innovation.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on March 02

Look through the terrible economic news and you can just begin to see the winners who will emerge once the bad times end. For companies, countries, NGOS and even individuals,...

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