On Tuesday, I joined the Churchill Club panel “March On Wireless”. The other participants included: Mike Bell VP, Ultra Mobility Group, Intel Hakan Eriksson, CTO, Ericsson Eric Klein, VP Technology Planning, Nokia The moderator for the panel was Don Clark, San Francisco Deputy Bureau Chief, Wall Str
A few weeks back, I gave a speech at one of the Standford Breakfast Briefings. The topic was on “Garage Based Innovation” with the emphasis being on the personal ability to innovate.
Below are the slides I used during my keynote this morning at the Open Innovation Summit in Orlando. The topic was “How to Win In The Creative Economy” and touched on: The transtion we are experiencing from the knowledge economy to the creative economy The challenges of innovation (corporate anti-b
Someone recently sent me an video of a speech I gave to HP back in 1999. At the time, I was still with Teligent. As I listen to it, I’m amazed at the points I made. Had I listened to myself, I would have saved myself a lot of grief from the decline in my […] http://www.techtrend.com/audio/PCM_CD_Vo
Attached is the MP3 for a speech I gave at ITU Korea in September. This is a 20 minute presentation on “Ubiquity” (theme for ITU this year …). This is the first presentation where HP begins to define the concept behind “federation” as it applied to the communication industry. The speech covers: – fe
Here is another of the recent speeches (still trying to catch-up) ….. This is one I gave at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention last year. The core of the message is on the needs of the industry to look beyond just the “end user experience” and look towards: – the experience of
I know it’s been some since I last posted recent speeches … so here is one that I delivered to the International Association of Radio and Television Engineers conference on October 21, 2004. I’ve attached both the presentation material and the MP3 recording of the speech. Sorry — HP requires that I