Why Thinking is the Enemy of Innovation


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Comments (3)

  1. Bruno Aziza says:

    In addition to the video, make sure to take our survey:

    What do YOU do when you struggle with Analytics?

    See the full survey @ http://linkd.in/dOdMUe

    You'll be surprised by the answers….

  2. matt says:

    That was a waste of my time, I thought something useful was being put forward.  This was a pathetic attempt at comedy that serves no purpose.  As an april fools joke, it was a lot of wasted effort.  The google mail gestures joke, or whatever they called it, was lough out loud funny.  I'm a little upset by this useless distraction.

  3. Bruno Aziza says:

    Hi Matt,

    I’m sorry to hear you didn’t like the video.  We certainly don’t want to waste anybody’s time; we were trying to get into the spirit of April Fool’s Day.  While we felt it was a success and the majority of the people who watched it got a good laugh out of it, we recognize not everybody was going to like it.  We hope you’ll view some of our serious content; we have a number of great interviews recently including:

    Patrick Kern of Procter & Gamble:  http://bit.ly/eIFice

    The first of a three part series with Ian Ayres:  http://bit.ly/fZEphQ

    Guy Kawasaki:  http://bit.ly/gp7bsh

    We also hope you’ll join the conversation at our BI TV group on LinkedIn:  http://linkd.in/gqLKI1

    Thanks!

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