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The Cannon Hall - Guide to the Royal Danish Arsenal Museum

#C-1998
Christensen, Erik

Category: Weapons
Keywords: Cannons
Comments: Illustrated
Size: 6″ x 8.25″
Pages: 91
Editions: The first edition was published by The Royal Danish Arsenal Museum, Copenhagen (1948), in paperback. 48 more words

Cannons

A Blended Book about Blended Learning

There is no DVD sewn into the back of “Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools,” a new book by Clayton Christensen’s acolytes, Michael B. Horn and Heather Staker… 813 more words

Trends

Big Disrupters of 2014

Big Disrupters of 2014

By Shlomo Maital  

 

Disruptive technology is technology that completely changes the ‘game’ for established players in an industry – changes the nature of business, products, services, marketing or other key aspects of doing business and creating value.  388 more words

Innovation Blog

MET Inhibitors Start on Road to Recovery (Nature Reviews Drug Discovery)

Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, August 2014.

High-profile failures imperilled emerging anticancer MET inhibitors, but trials guided by a new biomarker are beginning to restore confidence. 1,857 more words

A Turn of the Century Danish Confirmation

Like most young Danes, Kathrine Christensen was just about fourteen years old when she was confirmed as a member of the Lutheran church.1 This ceremony, which took place on 22 April 1900, would also have signified the conclusion of her formal schooling, making it, in a sense, a graduation ceremony as well.2 Kathrine, the youngest daughter of Laust Christensen and Ane Nielsen of the rural community of Taabel, was confirmed at the imposing… 537 more words

Family History

2014 Drucker Forum: Have we reached a turning point?

There was so much discussion at the 6th Annual Global Peter Drucker Forum last week that it is difficult to find a place to start. In fact, this could be said also about the theme of this year’s forum: The Great Transformation. 468 more words

Leadership

Disruptive versus destructive innovation: an answer to Paul Prinsloo

I think that the discussion on business models, innovation and disruptiveness will improve as we make a distinction between value and profit, and between disruptive and destructive. 1,324 more words

Politics