The reader will remember that I blogged about participating in the Frost & Sullivan MindXchange in San Diego last month. One of the outcomes was that the session follow-up I did turned into a Powerpoint summary, which then turned into an article in the F&S e-bulletin. The article is about the life of expectations in an innovation. Here it is. At only about 750 words, I think it’s worth the 10-minutes to read.
Also, my thanks to Jim Block, of Diebold (pronounced “dee”- not “die”-, for Canadians), who opted to include a shout out for my session, at which he was a thought leader, in his rookie’s review of the event article (here). Very nice.
I’m glad I attended the event. Next best thing to being there is reading the e-bulletin.