LinkedIn: The Biggest Ideas of 2013

In the latter months of 2012, LinkedIn launched a Blogging platform for some of the world’s best known thought leaders. As part of that series, 50 posts were gathered to provide a perspective on the biggest ideas for 2013. I have categorized each of the posts and have provided a link below. There are great perspectives provided in some far reaching categories – including my favorite topic: Digital Enterprise.

Digital Enterprise

Geoffrey Moore: Engagement

Gijs van Wulfen: Think Different

David Edelman: “Operations” Becomes a Key Word in Marketer’s Vocabulary

Ron Baker: Stop Worrying about Efficiency

Steve Anderson: The Year of Mobility

Dr. Hossein Eslambolchi: Data and Robots

Dan Sanker: Collaboration over Competition

Ryan Holmes: Responsible Social Media

Don Peppers: “Social Filtering” for Trust

Charlene Lee: Get All Your Employees on Social Media

Dr. Marla Gottschalk: A New Social Contract 

Olivier Fleurot: Brands as Social Curators

Steve Rubel: Put a Content Engine inside Your Company

Pete Cashmore: Unbundling Media

Brad Smith: Big Data for the Little Guy

Farhad Manjoo: The Year Small Business Goes Big

Lucy Marcus: The Business of business

Alexis Ohanian: Free and Open Internet

Jordy Leiser: Big Objective Data for Big Smart Decisions

Inge Geerdens: Printing a Better World in 3D

Daniel Solove: Rethinking Books

Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten: The Web Grows Up



Lou Adler: Get Back on the Fast Track

Heather Elias: Fighting to Protect Home Ownership

Nicolas Thompson: Charge More, Provide More

Sallie Krawcheck: Flexibility without Shame

Llya Pozin: The Nuts and Bolts of Business Matter

Hunter Walk: Unbundling Corporations & The Business of You

Tim Williams: Charging More for Good Ideas than Bad Ones

Paul Sagoo: Go Commission Only

Linda Coles: Be the Head Marketer of You

Alistair Cox: Tackling Youth Unemployment

Christopher M. Schroeder: Innovation from Surprising Corners of the World

Josh Leibowitz: To Win The Retail Battle, Think Small

J.T. O’Donnell: A New Age of Professional Emancipation



James Caan: Why Young People Will Rescue the Economy

John Burns: Home Prices Set to Skyrocket

Trish Regan: Take the Populism out of Economics



Richard Branson: The War on Drugs

Jim Kim: Learning Fast From Failure

Naomi Simson: In Search of Your Noble Purpose

Deepak Chopra: A Critical Mass of Consciousness

Randy Kessler: 2013 and Family Law

Katya Andresen: Innovating Charity From Without

Ben Mangan: Nonprofits Should Give up the Driver’s Seat

Tim Brown: Designing the Necessities of Life



T. Boone Pickens: Governors take Energy into their own Hands

Phil Baumann: Let’s Kill Charity Capitalism

Bill Gross: Climate Change Will Matter Again

Tom hood: Radical Transparency for Government



Arianna Huffington: Prioritize Beating Stress

Mary Pat Whaley: Healthcare Price Transparency

Lucien Engelen: Patients as A New Research Institute

David L. Katz: Why Family is the Future of Health

Delos Cosgrove: How a Healthier Lifestyle Will Reduce the Deficit



Bernard Marr: The year we Measure Happiness

Bruce Kasanoff: The Wisdom of Compromise

Sallie Krawcheck: Flexibility without Shame

Jacky Carter: Harnessing the Minds of Women

Gretchen Rubin: Choosing the Bigger Life

Nancy Kruse: Meeting in the Middle

Craig Newmark; How about news we can trust?

Jeff Selingo: Rethinking Our Vision of What College Should Be

Clark Wolf: How Chicken Can Change the World

Tom Keene: Read a Textbook

Nicolas Bordas: The Year of ChanGGe?

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