What would you expect to hear from a man voted by Time magazine as one of the 50 most influential thinkers of the next decade? Kai Krause, founder of Byteburg, a centre for applied innovation in Germany, speaking at the Innotown design and innovation conference in Norway last week, surprised us. Instead of showing the audience the latest revolutionary software package, he overran his presentation by 45 minutes to show us a 50page Word document of self-help quotes written by other influential thinkers. Radical, eh?
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