martes, 31 de mayo de 2011

Siempre lo hemos hecho así = innovación bloqueada

Hola a todos,

Os adjunto un video de Alvaro Gonzalez Alorda, que merece la pena escuchar. En el nos muestra los diferentes elementos que bloquean la innovación.






Yo además añadiría que nó sólo en la empresa. Tambien en nosotros mismos, con nuestro conformista día a día podemos caer en estos errores.

un abrazo

P.S.: Por cierto, genial la idea del nuevo libro. (http://www.thetalkingmanager.com)

jueves, 19 de mayo de 2011

Espiritu de superación:Manuel de los Santos

Hola a todos:

Un amigo y ex-compañero de empresa, hace ya algunos años, me ha enviado este vídeo. No sabría encuadrarlo dentro de una sola categoría, pues al verlo me ha impactado la grandeza de espíritu, el afán de superación, la visión, etc...

Es el resumen de una historia, la de Manuel de los Santos.



Os lo dejo porque realmente merece la pena.


Manuel de los Santos is one of sport's most inspirational figures. Growing up in the Dominican Republic, he played baseball from a young age and by 2003 was planning to turn professional. But a motorcycle accident changed his life forever when he lost his left leg above the knee.

Following this accident, he moved to France and on seeing the film, 'The Legend of Bagger Vance', he was inspired to take up golf. Now 26 years old, Manuel lives in Paris and plays to a handicap of just three, competing in high profile tournaments all around the world. His extraordinary golf swing has become instantly recognisable.

Peter Montgomery read about Manuel at the end of 2009 and had the idea of making a film about him. This short documentary portrait is the result.


Un abrazo a todos

P.S.: Gracias Enrique.

jueves, 12 de mayo de 2011

Eli Pariser: Beware online "filter bubbles"

As web companies strive to tailor their services (including news and search results) to our personal tastes, there's a dangerous unintended consequence: We get trapped in a "filter bubble" and don't get exposed to information that could challenge or broaden our worldview. Eli Pariser argues powerfully that this will ultimately prove to be bad for us and bad for democracy.








What this suggests is actually that we may have the story about the Internet wrong. In a broadcast society -- this is how the founding mythology goes -- in a broadcast society, there were these gatekeepers, the editors, and they controlled the flows of information.

We must review the way we use to seacrh and use the data we need.
regards