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i4j Thought Leader: Curt Carlson

By David Nordfors / May 23, 2017 / Comments Off on i4j Thought Leader: Curt Carlson
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Curt Carlson, former President and CEO of SRI International, Founder and CEO of Practice of Innovation, and a leading expert in the field of innovation. Producer: Martin Wasserman

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i4j Thought Leader: Chally Grundwag

By David Nordfors / May 23, 2017 / Comments Off on i4j Thought Leader: Chally Grundwag
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Chally Grundwag, lead researcher of the Coolabilities Project, which seeks to discover useful and valuable abilities in people who are otherwise considered disabled Producer: Martin Wasserman

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i4j Thought Leader: Thorkil Sonne

By David Nordfors / May 23, 2017 / Comments Off on i4j Thought Leader: Thorkil Sonne
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Thorkil Sonne, director and president of the Specialisterne Foundation,  which finds high quality employment for people with autism Producer: Martin Wasserman

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i4j Thought Leader: Daniel Doktori

By David Nordfors / May 23, 2017 / Comments Off on i4j Thought Leader: Daniel Doktori
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Daniel Doktori is chief of staff and general counsel of Credly, a company that enables you to develop your own set of digital credentials that you control, and that employers can rely on for accuracy. Producer: Martin Wasserman

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i4j Thought Leader: Phil Auerswald

By David Nordfors / May 23, 2017 / Comments Off on i4j Thought Leader: Phil Auerswald
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Philip Auerswald, founding Executive Director of the Global Entrepreneurship Research Network and author of “The Code Economy: A Forty-Thousand Year History.” Producer: Martin Wasserman

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i4j Thought Leader: Esther Wojcicki

By David Nordfors / May 23, 2017 / Comments Off on i4j Thought Leader: Esther Wojcicki
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Esther Wojcicki, founder and long time director of the Palo Alto H.S. journalism program, and author of the recent book “Moonshots in Education.” Producer: Martin Wasserman

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i4j Thought Leader: Marc Prensky

By David Nordfors / May 23, 2017 / Comments Off on i4j Thought Leader: Marc Prensky
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Marc Prensky, founder of the Global Future Education Foundation and author of the recent book “Education to Better Their World.” Producer: Martin Wasserman

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i4j Thought Leader: Brandon Busteed

By David Nordfors / May 23, 2017 / Comments Off on i4j Thought Leader: Brandon Busteed
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Brandon Busteed leads Gallup’s education work across K-12 and higher education. Producer: Martin Wasserman FutureTalk TV

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Coolabilities Presented at the UN Autism Advantage Event

By David Nordfors / April 1, 2017 / Comments Off on Coolabilities Presented at the UN Autism Advantage Event
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    Here is my speech at the World Autism Advantage Event at the United Nations, March 31 2017: (more about coolabilities here) Ladies and Gentlemen,  I thank the organizers for inviting me to such an important event and all of you for being here. Everyone has strengths and weaknesses. But once someone is called … Read moreCoolabilities Presented at the UN Autism Advantage Event

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GOOD JOBS AS A SERVICE (GJAAS) The Customer Needs to Earn A Living

By David Nordfors / February 24, 2017 / Comments Off on GOOD JOBS AS A SERVICE (GJAAS) The Customer Needs to Earn A Living
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“Good Jobs As A Service (GJAAS) – The Customer Needs to Earn A Living ” is the provocative theme of the i4j Yearly Summit 2017 From the worker’s point of view, a job is a service for earning a living.  Every worker wants a good service, but it is difficult to find. People will bribe and pull strings … Read moreGOOD JOBS AS A SERVICE (GJAAS) The Customer Needs to Earn A Living

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