Links: Occupy Disruption: 10 Lessons from Tribeca’s Disruptive Innovation Awards For the Word on the Street, Courts Call Up an Online Witness The Disruptor Foundation’s Craig Hatkoff, Clayton M. Christensen and Rabbi Irwin Kula Publish the Off-White Papers on Huffington Post: The Blog This Picture of Glenn Beck and Psy Can’t Be Real, Can It?
Professor Clayton Christensen Wins the Inaugural Christensen Prize, Presented by the Harvard Business Review
Photos by: Karli Cadel
In 2007, Jason Liebman cofounded Howcast with the goal of creating the largest—and highest quality—library of how-to videos on the web, providing users with the answer to almost any question, whenever, wherever they need to know how. Jason is also a cofounder of movements.org, a nonprofit organization that helps young people to effect nonviolent change around the world using 21st-century tools. Before Howcast, Jason worked at Google on the YouTube, Google Video, and AdSense teams…. [See Full Post]
Brooklyn Bowl and Capitol Theatre Owner Peter Shapiro Accepts His Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Award
Elise Andrew, Creator of I Fucking Love Science, Accepts The Henry IV Prize, Presented by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center
Ayorkor Korsah and Ken Goldberg, Co-Founders of the African Robotics Network (AFRON) Accept Their Award
Miki Agrawal of WILD, Radha Agrawal of Super Sprowtz and Kym and Alexis McClay of NAVEN Accept the Joseph Lister Prize, Presented by Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, for THINX
Disruptive Honorees, Panelists and Guests Converge at the Fourth Annual Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards
Photos by Andrew Federman
During a breakout session at 2013 Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards, an esteemed panel assembled by The Henry Jackson Initiative (2013 Honorees) engaged in a lively discussion and exchange of ideas on the subject. Discussion Framework: It has been over four and half years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the beginning of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. The past few years have given rise to numerous debates on… [See Full Post]
TDIA Chief Curator Craig Hatkoff Presents Disruptive Book of the Year Award Winner Sheryl Sandberg With Her Disruptive Innovation Award
At a Colgate University alumni event in April, Hatkoff honored Sandberg for her book Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead (2013).