<![CDATA[Stefano Denicolai - iLOG.en]]>Tue, 08 Dec 2015 16:55:15 -0800Weebly<![CDATA[Let's raise kids to be entrepreneurs]]>Fri, 27 Sep 2013 12:55:17 GMThttp://www.en.stefanodenicolai.net/ilogen/lets-raise-kids-to-be-entrepreneursBe innovative and be entrepreneurs: it not about money or job. It's about passion and vision. This is one of the key messages in the very ispiring talk of Cameron Herold, a well known coaching entrepreneurs (Recorded at TEDxEdmonton, March 2010 in Edmonton, Canada. Duration: 19:36).
Bored in school, failing classes might be successful entrepreneur. Cameron makes the case for parenting and education istitutions - including Universities - that helps would-be entrepreneurs flourish.



VIDEO: http://blog.ted.com/2010/06/17/lets_raise_kids/

With Italian Subtitles: 
http://www.ted.com/talks/cameron_herold_let_s_raise_kids_to_be_entrepreneurs.html



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<![CDATA[How confident are #CFOs? Ready to restart]]>Sat, 11 May 2013 06:30:25 GMThttp://www.en.stefanodenicolai.net/ilogen/how-confident-are-cfos-ready-to-restartMany argue that - in the middle of the crisis - the CFO is always ready to cost cutting and he/she is the last person which promotes investiments and risky initiatives.
The last April 2013 Deloitte released  a interesting survey concerning the prospects of CFOs for their business. It shows a fall in uncertainty and rising optimism in UK.
In particular, perceptions of economic and financial uncertainty have fallen to the lowest level since early 2010. CFOs' policies are progressively becoming less defensive, with less emphasis on cost cutting and cash, thus encouraging R&D and innovation. 
The study find that this has been driven by companies with strong overseas exposure which have become significantly more expansionary in the way they run their financial policies. 


Click below to download the survey
Deloitte Survey
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<![CDATA[Facts and Figure about Innovation (OECD)]]>Wed, 10 Apr 2013 15:39:58 GMThttp://www.en.stefanodenicolai.net/ilogen/facts-and-figure-about-innovation-oecdImmagine
Here you can download some interesting facts and figures about innovation according to latest survey  of the 'Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development' (OECD). This study confirms that global economic crisis had a strong negative impact on innovation worldwide. At the opposite some countries have leveraged R&D and new patents to support economic development, such Korea and - in Europe - Sweden and Finland, obtaining significant outcomes. Notably, China is more and more even an innovation country and business R&D increased by 26% in the recent years. In general, data demonstrates that developing countries such as India and Brazil are putting innovation higher on their policy agenda.
Furthermore, in the era of globalization local clusters remain a strategic asset for innovation. They bring together firms, higher education and research institutions, and entities to facilitate collaboration and accelerate start-ups. 
Dowload the files for further details.

oecd_-_files_on_rd_and_innovation_2012.zip
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<![CDATA[April 05th, 2013]]>Fri, 05 Apr 2013 18:12:14 GMThttp://www.en.stefanodenicolai.net/ilogen/april-05th-2013Immagine
April 5th 2013
It's born! This is the english version of my blog, and this is the first day as well as the first post.
Let's start with some intriguing discussions, by combining both converging and diverging point of views. The aim is to leverage on the diversity of backgrounds, opinions and skills in order to stimulate fruitful insights on Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Internationalization processes.
And... recommandations and remarks for the improvement of this web site are particularly welcomed.



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