My Most Recent Washington Post Innovations Article: How the democratization of funding is changing the venture capital landscape
June 12, 2104 – New Development
Very pleased to announce that I am joining the Washington Post as a Contributing Columnist for Innovation and Technology. Announcement below.
I’m very happy to report that Linda Bernardi is joining The Washington Post, and our Innovations vertical as a Contributing Columnist focused on technology and innovation! Linda brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the role. She is a renowned entrepreneur and innovator. Our readers will soon benefit from her perspectives as we team up to expand the Innovations brand and sharpen our approach to the best coverage. Stay tuned for more!
Find out more about Linda’s Story and why she believes disruption is part of her DNA.
I recently had the most wonderful compliment from a student regarding ProVoke when he told me: “Wow- Prior to reading ProVoke, I never saw myself as an “entrepreneur,” but rather I viewed myself as an employee! As An entrepreneur now I think of disruption and innovation and I am constantly thinking of ‘what-ifs’ in my daily work… this has been game changing”.
You can see why this brought great joy to me! We are all active stakeholders in the Ecosystem of Disruption…we all have a lot to contribute and a lot to gain by active participation in the ecosystem. Yes, the hundreds of thousands of employees in global enterprises are fantastic innovators and entrepreneurs…they were hired because they were excellent in their respect fields and of course they are entrepreneurs and innovators…Let’s change the game and actively participate to disrupt and innovate together!
To my student I said with a huge smile: “Right on, you got it…You are an amazing entrepreneur and absolutely revitalize the culture and innovate much more deliberately, mindfully and actively!”
About Linda Bernardi
|Linda Bernardi is an author, technology provocateur, entrepreneur/ex-CEO, strategist, investor, lecturer and board member. These combined functions enables Linda to have a true global perspective regarding cutting edge innovation around the globe.
Linda’s Brief Bio
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Recent Blog Posts
The article, Crowdfunding Isn't Just for the Little Guys, by Katherine Rosman in the Wall Street Journal recently really sparked great thoughts in my mind. So, in this shorter than usual blog I wanted to share some thoughts with you. Initially, crowdfunding sites such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo were primarily Read More >
For the last 16 months in my blog posts, we have been touching upon the many reasons that disruption and innovation is so complicated in large enterprises, which also include the tech giants. Michael Malone’s June 2nd article in WSJ titled: An Innovation Slowdown at the Tech Giants, prompted me Read More >
Dear readers and friends, I promise many new blogs being planned as we speak and I will be publishing these in the weeks to come. But for now, it is time to talk about something else. Why? Well, because it is FIFA-season! This is the first year that my family and Read More >
The art of disruption and collaborative innovation is a very complex and often sensitive topic. In my line of work (as an innovator and disruptor), I am brought into medium and large enterprises with the explicit mission of breaking things to identify and collaborate on new areas of business. We Read More >
Dear readers: The stack of books which I am reading is growing rapidly. Thank you for your keen interest and I know a few of you have reached out to see what is coming up next. So, in this blog I wanted to share with you which books I am Read More >
Friends, as we have discussed in the past many blogs, the pressure on enterprises to transform is not only real, but intensifying rapidly. Excellent! There was a good article discussing this recently on TechCrunch: The Pressure On Enterprises To Transform Intensifies Two major attributing reasons include: Thanks to Apple, Google and Amazon and Read More >