[E100 Alert] En route to Boston – E100 Author Spheres of Influence
   
 
 Meet the E100 Authors
 

Mary Adams

Vena Allee

Debra M. Amidon

Charles Armstrong

Tom Asacker

Jerry Ash

Rob Atkinson

Partha Banerjee

Alex & David Bennet

Nick Bontis

Jim Brazell

F. Javier Carrillo

David Coleman

Martin Curley

Ross Dawson

Edward DeBono

Soumitra Dutta

Ron Dvir

Leif Edvinsson

Hazim El-Naser

Piero Formica

David Gibson

Carol Kinsey Goman

Robert Huggins

Akira Ishikawa

Abdul Samad Kazi

Lars Kolind

Robert K. Logan

Thomas F. Malone

Eunika Mercier-Laurent

Ikujiru Nonaka

Edna Pasher

Kenneth Preiss

Madanmohan Rao

Frank-Jurgen Richter

Hubert Saint-Onge

Charles Savage

Giovanni Schiuma

David J. Skyrme

Janis Stabulnieks

Karl-Erik Sveiby

Sheridan Tatsuno

Karl Wiig

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"We are like dwarfs on the shoulders of giants, so that we can see more than they…”

– Bernard of Chartres [12th century]
 
Dear E100:
 
We witness daily the impact of global knowledge exchange. Indeed, we have learned from the collective insights in our E100 Network…a symbiosis enabling us to build upon the practice of one another.
 
Leadership is marked by deeds not words. Progress is measured by the courage to offer in writing one's insights and convictions. Proof of contributions of E100 is evident and seminal: just scan the E100 Author page on the website: http://www.entovation.com/books.htm. Individual publications have made a difference; but collectively, the etchings of some E100 leaders represent a visible, significant influence.
 
Kaleidoscopic change is evident contrasting the writings of the Agricultural, Industrial, Information, Knowledge and now Digital Age. Given the dynamics of the blogsphere and social networking, recording insights may be more important than ever.
 
Here are some of our newest additions:
 
Rob Atkinson
Innovation Economics : The Race for Global Advantage
   
Eunika Mercier-Laurent
Innovation Ecosystems
   
David Wortley
Gadgets to God
   
Sheridan Tatsuno
In the Valley of Digital Dreams
   
Piero Formica and Martin J. Curley
Knowledge-Driven Entrepreneurship:The Key to Social and Economic Transformation
   
Mary Adams
Intangible Capital:Putting Knowledge to Work in the 21st-Century Organization
   
Soumitra Dutta
Global Innovation Index 2012
   
Verna Allee with Oliver Schwabe
Future of Knowledge: Increasing Prosperity through Value Networks
   
Jim Brazell
The Art of the Future :What's next in technology, schools, jobs & community innovation
   
Carol Kinsey Goman
"This Isn't the Company I Joined": How to Lead in a Business Turned Upside Down
   
Karl-Erik Sveiby
Challenging the Innovation Paradigm
(Routledge Studies in Technology, Work and Organizations)
   
Hubert Saint-Onge
Beyond the Deal: A Revolutionary Framework for Successful Mergers & Acquisitions That Achieve Breakthrough Performance Gains
   
Akira ‘Stoney’ Ishikawa
Knowledge Management and Risk Strategies
   
Giovanni Schiuma
The Value of Arts for Business
   
David Coleman
Collaboration 2.0
   
Dana Winner
Hardware, Software, Womenware
   
Edna Pasher
The Complete Guide to Knowledge Management: A Strategic Plan to Leverage Your Company's Intellectual Capital
 
And DO NOT FORGET our NEW E100 Readings on Knowledge Economics. This is where we collectively identified the 3 Laws of Knowledge Dynamics:
 
  • Knowledge – Intellectual Capital – is the new, expandable source of economic wealth. There is an emerging recognition that the inherent intellectual assets—effectively exploited through innovation—are the most valuable resource of any company or country.
  • Innovation Strategy encompasses the full spectrum from creative idea generation through full profitable commercialization. Successful innovation depends on converting knowledge flows into marketable goods and services – moving ideas from the point of origin to the point of value.
  • Collaborative Advantage, replaces the competitive (win/lose) paradigm, which is prevalent in many businesses today, with win/win benefits based on pooling competencies—knowledge, know-how and skills.
 
Finally, do take a look at the 'Meet the E100 Authors' on the ENTOVATION website to see the array of titles that E100 leaders have written over the past few years.
 
Several have already made reservations for the World Summit on Innovation and Entrepreneurship scheduled for Boston – September 24th- 28th. Have you?!
 
 
What did I miss?! Let me know if you have publications that should be listed and given visibility
 
Always in your Network,
Debra
   
 
 
Debra M. Amidon
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