Monthly Archives: November 2010

Con-fer-ence: the art of intending what you’ll do together

Recently I attended a conference as a presenter.  It occurred to me that I have been doing conference presentatins since 1980 (NY State Association of Rehabilitation Facilities- on Federal law regulating employment of disabled persons).  Over the past 30 years, I have … Continue reading

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Beyond Pressuredome: Better Boiler Bubbles, and the dynamics of innovation

According to the company’s website, Spirax-Sarco has been working for nearly a century to help its customers “optimize productivity.”  The company specializes in helping customers with the “control and efficient use of steam.”  In other words, they know a lot about … Continue reading

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