“21 The Movie” and Innovation

March 28, 2008  

 

“21: The Movie” is in theaters today in the United States.  Last week I wrote a blog entry on what innovators could learn from blackjack card counters. 

Today, to celebrate the formal release of the movie, I am including a downloadable pdf with a full article on the topic of statistics, probability, card counting and innovation.  This is an expanded version of the blog entry.

Download the article (pdf) – to save the file, right click and “save target as”

Feel free to email the article to all of your friends, colleagues, and anyone else who is interested in innovation.

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  1. Karl Staib - Your Work Happiness Matters on March 30th, 2008 2:25 pm

    We think we can rely on sure bets, but as we all know there is no such thing as a sure thing. That’s why we must spread out our ideas to many, not just a few and see what works best.

    I like your example of Koch Industries. They’ve gone from central controlled management to spreading out their resources to everyone with a good idea. It would make great work happy story. When people are giving the freedom to innovate they make smart decisions.