The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations and Business [Audio]
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Money talks: Navel-gazing nations
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About "Innovation and Design Thinking Online Specialization" - Jeanne Liedtka
Executive Education Specialization Page: http://goo.gl/N5LkpB A New Online Program: Darden is a world leader in entrepreneurship and innovation, energized by its world-renowned faculty and its research center, the Batten Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. In September 2015, Darden will launch a new Specialization in Design Thinking and Innovation, a specialization program comprised of online courses designed to build your capabilities in innovation. The courses will be taught by
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