This is one of the most interesting public lectures I’ve ever heard about business, entrepreneurs and K12 education. John Seely Brown, who serves as independent co-chairman at Stanfords’ Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation, posits that the old “push” economy of distributing in a scaleable efficient way is broken. He says companies are dying faster and faster, because they are more about hierarchy and control than the newer companies that operate the opposite — the lean and fast-building startups that are about asymmetrical distribution and connecting to outside networks.



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