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BIF 7: John Hagel: Working on the Edges from Business Innovation Factory on Vimeo.

John Hagel: Working on the Edges

John Hagel, co-chairman of Deloitte LLP’s Center for the Edge, carefully observes the unexpected on the “edges” of business, where things bump up against each other to produce change. In this video story, the Power of Pull co-author shares a personal story about passion and how, for companies big and small, it can create sustained extreme performance improvement.


John Hagel lives and works on the edge, where the pace of change and disruption continually increases, and humans and corporations must become more flexible, fluid, and able to constantly learn and adapt. John is the co-author of Power of Pull: How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Set Big Things in Motion (with John Seely Brown and Lang Davison).


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Design the New Business - English subtitles from dthenewb on Vimeo.

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Design and business can no longer be thought of as distinct activities with individual goals. Design the New Business is a film dedicated to investigating how designers and businesspeople are working together in new ways to solve the wicked problems facing business today.

The short documentary examines how they are joining forces by bringing together an international collection of design service providers, education experts and businesses that have incorporated design as a part of their core approach. Design the New Business features inspiring case studies and insightful discussions, helping to illustrate the state of the relationship and how it needs to continue evolving to meet tomorrow’s challenges.

This film is a Zilver Innovation initiative, and was created by 6 students from the Master in Strategic Product Design at the TU Delft in The Netherlands.

Zilver Innovation is now offering workshops that explore this relationship in more depth and the implications for practitioners. For more information, visit our website:

Featuring (in alphabetical order):
Alexander Osterwalder (Co-Author of Business Model Generation)
Aldo de Jong (Co-Founder at ClaroPartners)
Amanda O’Donnell ( Head of Customer Experience at Virgin Mobile Australia)
Arne van Oosterom (Director & Founder at DesignThinkers)
Arno Wolterman (Managing Partner & Design Director at In10)
Benjamin Schulz (Service Innovation at Volkswagen)
Damian Kernahan (Founding Partner at Proto Partners)
Deniz Arik (Associate at ClaroPartners)
Erik Roscam Abbing (Director & Founder at Zilver Innovation)
Frido Smulders (Coordinator of MSc Strategic Product Design,TU Delft)
Guido Stompff (Senior Product Designer at Canon-Océ Technologies)
Jacco Ouwerkerk (Creative at In10)
Jan Buijs (Assistant Professor at TU Delft)
Joe Heapy (Co-Founder & Co-Director at Engine)
Lukas Golyszny (Service Innovation at Volkswagen)
Maria Bezaitis (Director of Intel’s People and Practices Research Group)
Megan Ellis (Associate at ClaroPartners)
Oliver King (Co-Founder & Co-Director at Engine)
Ralf Beuker (Dean at Munster Design School)
Rich Radka (Co-Founder at ClaroPartners)
Ton Borsboom (Senior Director for new Business at Philips Design)
Willem Boijens (Head of R&D at Canon-Océ Technologies)

DESORIENTED PHILIPPINES from igor bellido on Vimeo.

Couple of motorbikes is all you need. The rest is courtesy of that magic place. Crystal barrels, beautiful palm trees and pure soul of the local people. The South America of Asia is waiting to this Basque guys.

Main Surfers: Indar Unanue, Mikel Urigoitia

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Resort: Kermit Siargao

Music by: Milky Chance-Flashed junk mind

Arts & Science Festival 2014 from nahh on Vimeo.

Save Philippine Seas
Arts & Science Festival 2014
Malapascua Island, Cebu.
May 12-16, 2014

Music: Beautiful World by Adam Crossley

PechaKucha Volume 33 - Jonathan Anthony from Cause+Affect on Vimeo.

Jonathan Anthony is a Corporate Disorganizer at Teekay Corporation and blogs about personal branding, social business and the future of work at This Much We Know.

Resilience over strength!

Principles for Open Innovation and Open Leadingship!  - by Joi Ito, transcripted with a wealth of notes by Peter Vander Auwera Diminishing cost of innovation makes those having the money behave a little bit better. Who is thinking about those ideas that don’t start small? Thinking about it as a community. This is less about empowering the individual, more about empowering the community.


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Joi Ito’s 9 Principles of the Media Lab from MIT CMS/Writing on Vimeo.

In a brief address delivered at the MIT-Knight Civic Media Conference, Media Lab director Joi Ito proposed the “9 Principles” that will guide the Media Lab’s work under his leadership…some in pointed contrast to those of the Lab’s founder, Nicholas Negroponte.

Ito’s principles are:

1. Disobedience over compliance
2. Pull over push
3. Compasses over maps
4. Emergence over authority
5. Learning over education
6. Resilience over strength
7. Systems over objects
8. Risk over safety
9. Practice over theory

Typhoon Haiyan The Aftermath - Relief for the Indigenous People of Palawan from Silke de Vos on Vimeo.

A trailer from a documentary by Silke de Vos
On November 8, 2013 super typhoon Haiyan hits the Indigenous People of Palawan fully unprepared and leaves behind widespread devastation in the remote communities. Local government and media sadly neglect the Tagbanua tribe. Private donors step forward and help the Indigenous People get back on track and become stronger in the future, respecting their culture and traditions.

One Simple Fact - Steve Jobs Vision Of The World from Oliver Dahllöf on Vimeo.

Steve Jobs tells us about a discovery he made that changed the way he looked at the world.

Music: Keith Kenniff - Clemency
Narration: Steve Jobs with thoughts on life and failure
Inspiration: Max Schlickenmeyer - The Most Astounding Fact (Neil deGrasse Tyson, HD)

Videos in no specific order:
Yosemite HD
New York HD Time Lapse video
Dynamic Singapore. Port, Traffic, People. Time Lapse
We got scared
Steve Jobs’ Vision of the World
Joe Rogan - What Is Reality
Heavens Revelation

Edited by Oliver Dahllöf

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Webstock ‘14: Scott Berkun - The Year Without Pants: & The Future of Work from Webstock on Vimeo.

Would you like to work somewhere with no meetings, no email and thats let employees work from anywhere on the planet? Berkun worked as a manager at, the 8th most popular website in the U.S., and one of the largest 100% distributed companies in the world where these perks and more are true. He’ll share stories and lessons of his behind the scenes adventures from his latest popular book “The Year Without Pants: & The Future of Work”.

A Life Well Lived | Jim Whittaker & 50 Years of Everest from eric becker on Vimeo.

Fifty years ago, Jim Whittaker became the first American to summit Mt. Everest.

Directed by Eric Becker.

This film was made possible by support from Seattle University.

Archival footage courtesy Eddie Bauer and The Whittaker Family.

Still Life from ZANDRAK on Vimeo.

"Still Life" is a short film that seeks to find connection between creativity and everyday moments, set against the backdrop of New York City. It was shot guerrilla style with the Phantom Miro and Red Epic.

Interested in Behind the Scenes? Check out our blog for pictures, info, and stories about the adventure which lead to this film!

"Still Life" will be premiering on April 27th at the NFFTY festival in Seattle.

Directed and Shot by Charles Frank and Jake Oleson (
Starring Chris Trindade
Written by Kyle Harper
Voiceover by Beau Stephenson
Produced and Colored by Andrew Hutcheson
Music by Philip Glass & Tony Anderson
Sound Design by Stranded On a Planet Studios (

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Kelsey Lynn Stokes
Colin Levy

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How to teach … climate change (“kids will suffer the wrath of CC so they have to learn it properly”)

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Climate change is a rich topic to explore in the classroom. From science and geography to politics, it’s an area with roots in a range of subjects and can be a great source for debate

Climate change takes on added significance this week as thousands of people across the UK take part in Climate Week, a national campaign to raise awareness of the issue and steps that can be taken to address it.

This week we have a collection of resources to help your students explore the wider issue of climate change and its potential impact.

For secondary pupils, start with the Met Office’s Guide to Climate Science. It answers a range of questions including: what is weather; what is climate; has our climate changed before; and what could be the impact of future climate change around the world? The guide is accompanied by a Weather and Climate presentation and teacher’s notes. There is also aClimate Zones Poster that helps explain how human activity is leading to changes in weather and climate.

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