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Tim Kastelle
I study ideas - Student & teacher of innovation management - Graduate Management Director (MBA & Executive Education) - University of Queensland Business School
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Tim Kastelle 1h
Replying to @AnitaHeiss
Recording to watch this weekend.
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Esko Kilpi 21h
7/ Almost all failures in politics can be traced to failures in imagination and extreme simplification of complex issues.
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Tim Kastelle 10h
Replying to @Jonwestenberg
To be honest, I wouldn’t call it a big party blog either... . . . . but it’s a good one.
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Tim Kastelle 10h
Replying to @girlgerms
That’s superb taste at any age!
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Reconciliation NSW 11h
has an online pledge to show your support for the . Over 10, 000 people and organisations have signed it. Check out the list at the end of the Statement. You should support it to!
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Tim Kastelle 11h
Thread. Excellent thread.
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Tim Kastelle 11h
Replying to @pjlaurie
I still believe that The Invigilators would be a great band name.
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Tim Kastelle 12h
“Whilst useful today, is really built for a world that does not exist yet — a world where as a society we have truly evolved to our new digital and information age.” A common problem for innovators! Great that you’re trying to shape that world.
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Tim Kastelle 14h
“... but the Apollo computer was remarkably capable, reliable, and up to the task it was given. You could not actually guide a spaceship to the moon with a smart doorbell.”
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Rumman Chowdhury Jul 16
Knowledge is not zero sum - attributing great work to smart people means you are well-read and educated. It also uplifts other smart people, and they pay it forward. That's how community works.
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Rumman Chowdhury Jul 16
“For many of our challenges, we don’t need new technologies or new ideas; we need the will, foresight and courage to use the best of the old ideas.”
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Tim Kastelle Jul 16
Terrific intro video!
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oliver beige Jul 16
A little bit mind-blowing: Bronze Age trade network extracted from Assyrian clay tablets recording transactions (aka ancient blockchain blocks). They seem to be a bit off on the location of proto-Constantinople tho.
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Nilofer Merchant Jul 16
“If the people around you keep shutting you down or ignoring your ideas altogether, don’t change who you are. Change who you’re with.
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Tim Kastelle Jul 16
Lots of business model at Haier - good post by : On Haier’s Ecosystem Micro-Communities — Part 1 - On The Horizon via ⁦
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Tim Kastelle Jul 15
Replying to @shannonmattern
I always hate R2.
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Tim Kastelle Jul 15
Replying to @mbliemel
That would be very interesting as well!
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Tim Kastelle Jul 15
Extremely interesting data.
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Tim Kastelle Jul 15
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