Archives: September 2009

Living Climate Change From IDEO

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 29

Check this very cool site called Living Climate Change that just went live. People posting on their frames for climate change. Come to Parsons School of Design Wednesday night at...

New York City Is Bad At Building An Innovation Economy--Listen Up Mayor Bloomberg

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 28

A new study out by the Center for An Urban Future shows that New York City has great research centers but is terrible turning scientific advances into start-up businesses and...

Book Excerpt from Change By Design by IDEO's Tim Brown

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 27

Here's a wonderful piece on how design can improve health care from Tim Brown's new book, Change By Design. To those who argue that Design has no business influencing health,...

A Rant Against Twitter by Tyler Brule

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 27

I like Tyler Brule and find his views of global elite culture and travels entertaining. I like his new magazine Monocle. I used to like his old magazine Wallpaper. But...

President Obama's Innovation Initiative is a Hodge-Podge That Doesn't Add Up

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 27

I invite everyone to read President Obama's new Innovation Strategy document and see for yourself if it adds up. To me, it is a list of priorities, important priorities to...

Come Talk to IDEO's Tim Brown in New York Wednesday

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 27

A great open conversation with IDEO's Tim Brown will take place at Parsons School of Design in New York on Wednesday night and everyone in town is invited to come...

Are There Jobs in Journalism?

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 22

I'm about to give a speech at SVA (School of Visual Arts) in NYC in its great Design Crit grad program. I know a lot of the students will ask...

Paul Polak At New School Monday Night.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 20

Jessie Scanlon recently wrote a great piece about social entrepreneur Paul Polak, who is appearing at New School this Monday night. Check it out....

Social Entreprenurship at New School--Monday Night Panel

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 18

A new program in social entrepreneurship is beginning at the New School in New York and there is a kick off on Monday night. There are lots of them at...

The Sale of BusinessWeek--What Went Wrong?

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 17

Everyone is asking me what went wrong at BusinessWeek to the point where, after 80 years, McGraw-Hill is trying to sell it. My answer, expressed in my latest installment...

What Does the Health Care Landscape Really Look Like? Ask Larry Keeley at Doblin

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 13

Two years ago, when I was editor of IN: Inside Innovation, at BusinessWeek, I worked with Larry Keeley of the Doblin Group to create a vast, visual image of the...

Fashion Week in New York and Fashion's Role in Innovation

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 13

It finally stopped raining in NYC and Fashion Week is booming along with run-way shows and parties. But the most important thing about this year's Fashion Week is not the...

How a Professional Designer Would Redesign The Health Care System

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 10

As anyone who followed President Obama's speech on Wednesday knows, health care reform is as much about emotions as the delivery of care. Those emotions have been politicized and manipulated,...

How The Federal Reserve Distorts The Economics Profession--And Why We Suffer.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 09

There is an amazing piece of investigative and analytical journalism on the HuffPost showing how the Federal Reserve and its market-is-always-right kind of economic theory has shaped the entire economics...

Paul Krugman Explains Why Economics is Bankrupt as a Profession--And an Explanation.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on September 08

The most important thing written over the weekend was not about health care but about the dismal profession of economics by Paul Krugman. It's important for innovators, designers and just...

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