Sun, 20 April 2008
Change is something we may try to stop but never will. From the agriculture economy to the manufacturing economy to the knowledge/information economy to that of the creative economy … where wealth creation is dependent upon the capacity of a nation to continually create ideas. In short, a nation without a vibrant creative labor force does not possess the knowledge base to succeed in the creative economy, and must depend on ideas produced elsewhere.
The creative economy is a new a world in which people work with their brains instead of their hands. A world in which innovation is more important than mass production. A world in which investment buys new concepts or the means to create them, rather than new machines.
In this new world … ideas are the new global currency ...
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