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Print me a face: another mind blowing use for 3d printers

Tweet At TomorrowToday, we’re big fans of 3d printing technology. We’ve been speaking about it for more than 5 years now. I actually have a 3d printer at home, and as a team we write about the implications of 3d […]

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Driverless cars and a road revolution

Driverless cars and a road revolution

Tweet FastCompany recently ran an article which is one of the best analyses of the driverless car revolution that is about to take us by storm. It’s well worth reading in detail here. As the author points out, what stands […]

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Mandela SA flag

You are mistaken Mr Friedman, there was a miracle.

Tweet It has been an interesting experience processing both the death and burial of Nelson Mandela from distant shores. Whilst I would have loved to have been home amongst ‘my people’ to fully enter into the emotion, celebration, mourning and […]

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Hands holding world

TomorrowToday: Welcome to our world

Tweet Imagine a company with no written contracts between the business partners; no offices; no underpinning capital; as much – or little leave as you want; measured by outcomes; no HR policies or any policies really – just sensible agreements […]

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Film director Joss Whedon on strong female leads

Film director Joss Whedon on strong female leads

Tweet Joss Whedon, according to his Wikipedia entry, is an American screenwriter, film and television producer, director, comic book author, composer, and actor. He is the founder of Mutant Enemy Productions and co-founder of Bellwether Pictures. He is best known […]

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SouthAfricanAirways

A Feel Good Plane Ride

Tweet I have traveled on South African Airways before and been decidedly unimpressed. I once took a flight to London where they ran out of food and the toilets stopped working all on the same flight. To make things worse […]

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BrainBoosters making a difference to the next generation

BrainBoosters making a difference to the next generation

Tweet Here at TomorrowToday, we’re very proud of one of our ex-colleagues, Lynda Smith. Lynda is a serial entrepreneur who left TomorrowToday a number of years to start The Refirement Network, an organisation focused on providing services and support to […]

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focus on quality

Quality is defined by the promise your customers need you to make

Tweet How would you define quality in your industry? What is it that your company strives to perfect and on which that can be better than anyone else? And I wonder how much money, time and effort is spent on […]

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Books

Inc.com’s Best Business Books picks

Tweet I am a big fan of Inc magazine. It’s aimed at “new world of work” entrepreneurs and small businesses, and always has insightful and useful articles. One caught my eye in particular, as it came from Leigh Buchanan, who, […]

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Lab burger

Good news for animals…and vegetarians: but what about leadership?

Tweet In London scientists recently (5 August) unveiled the first purely lab-grown beef burger and tested it on a select group of tasters (sounds like a good job to have…for the most part at least!). It is seen as the […]

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Aussie cricket

The Ashes debacle: Maybe Australia should have done their homework!

Tweet Australian cricket is in crisis and it is a situation that gift-wraps several important lessons for any executive team. Of course we are aware of the ‘homeworkgate’ episode with former coach, Mickey Arthur. Against the backdrop of poor results, […]

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3D Printer using photopolymerization

The Factory in Your Garage: A review of 3d printing options and implications

Tweet A few weeks ago, I bought a 3d printer for use in my home. On the day I installed it, I recorded a video for our team’s Signpost’s YouTube channel (it’s available here or at the bottom of this […]

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