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welcome to - a project of - a blog rehearsing 175th year of celebrating media of end poverty in 2018 The Economist's Number 1 Question 1950-1975 - will it make sense for 7 billion beings to spend 5 times more money and time on communications in 2000 compared with 1950. Provisional answer only if we design communications to make universal basic health service 5 times less costly than it had spiralled up to be by 1984
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1 has one good thing emerged yet from partner in health number 2 becoming head of world bank in june? if yes, link please!

2 is anyone interested in mit intervention in typhoid- portatherm? This is one of the 5 semi-finalists of accelerator stage of mit100k which i helped judge last week

3 usaid said DC 12/12/12 USAID claims knowledge of infant nutrition and farmer microfinancing will take lead in obama's flagship approach to burma and feedthefuture -how can worldwide youth help ensure we ensure sino-bangla- knowhow is openly included? help nominate 4 on rsvp


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Monday, May 21, 2012


One of my favorite thinkers, BJ Fogg from Stanford University’s Persuasive Technology Lab, held a unique conference on campus last week entitled Mobile Health 2012. Several hundred executives and researchers from large health care oriented enterprises were invited to learn how to create significant change in their businesses using baby steps. The three key areas of focus were behavioral change, collaboration and product development.
Here’s something cool: While this was a forum for the healthcare industry, most of the speakers were from the startup tech companies! I never really thought about using startup best practices for larger more mature businesses – but after leaving Mobile Health I’m a believer: (a) many small changes are better than a few big ones, and (b) this is a universal truth for all-sized companies.
My panel was helping business and technical users launch new products (thanks to my fellow panelists: Vinay Gidwaney from DailyFeats (a company I am proud to advise)), Cristina Cordova from Pulse and Manu Kumar from K9 Ventures).

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