John Gerzema

Innovation John Gerzema: Why Women Make Better Business Leaders [PSFK 2014]

The author of the Athena Doctrine on how feminine skills and competencies will define the leaders of the future.

Advertising Rob Fields: What Two Guys Learned About The Importance Of Feminine Values

John Gerzema and Michael D'Antonio on why we all need to upgrade to the "operating system of 21st century progress."

Design PSFK CONFERENCE NYC: Our 2011 Event In Videos [PSFK NYC 2012]

Gearing up for our conference next week, we bring you a round-up of the stimulating talks from laste year's event that cover topics from technology to design, urban issues, creativity, games, and the future potential of our society.

Gaming & Play PSFK CONFERENCE NYC: The Event In Videos

A video round-up of alll the exciting talks and presentations from PSFK's successful New York 2011 Conference.

Technology A Panel On Responsible Creativity & Culture [Video]

At PSFK CONFERENCE NYC 2011 a panel of experts discussed the possibilities for creativity and innovation moving the world forward in a sustainable manner.

Interview PSFK Conference Speaker Interview: John Gerzema

The author and president of Brandasset Consulting talks about his current work, in anticipation of the upcoming PSFK Conference 2011.

Retail John Gerzema: Of Tea And Carrotmobs

In Tampa, a young entrepreneur named Kim Pham ignored a lot of the lessons taught in books about how to succeed in business, and built a loyal community anyway.

Home John Gerzema: Everyone Needs An Alice

In an era where privacy concerns still matter, would you exchange details about your personal hygiene—or, for that matter, how many trash bags or sponges you use—if Alice.com guaranteed that you would get better prices, never run out, and never have to shop for them again?

Luxury John Gerzema: Edison Was Right

Nextek promotes the efficient "organic power" of direct current in Detroit.

Work John Gerzema: The Rise Of Citizen Engineers

The shift from consumption toward production has powered the rise of an entire movement of makers, people who trade ideas for creating their own tools, machines, and technologies.

Advertising John Gerzema: Random Hacks Of Kindness

Through a volunteer community who use open technologies, CrisisCommons' founders hope to create all sorts of relief projects that can be tested in one crisis, refined, and deployed again when the need arises.

Technology John Gerzema: Trust And Transparency In The 'Now Web'

Betaworks, an incubator for ideas that might work in the era of real-time, exemplifies the new trust model made possible by the immediate and instantaneous flow of information.

Design John Gerzema: 2011: The Year Of The Artisan

Today Etsy has 300,000 artisans and is now valued at nearly $300 million. Although Etsy is based on the Internet, founder Rob Kalin argues that his success is based on the oldest form of communication—storytelling

Luxury John Gerzema: America’s Thriving Public Libraries

Once thought to be road kill from the Internet, Library use reached record levels during the recession as people sought education and community. Today sixty-eight percent of Americans now have a library card, the highest percentage ever.

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