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Future leadership in 3D

Future leadership requires new thinking. 3D Printing sends some clear signals to leaders. What can we learn? Customisation is key. Collaboration is king (and queen). Immediacy is expected.  Ethics matters more than ever. If we are to thrive in the future, we need to take these signals into account.


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Morning RegretIn the last two blogposts I have focused on the Here’s What aspect of 3D Printing. While this is interesting, it is of no real value unless we do something with the information. This post shares some of the themes that I see arising as a result of 3D Printing. So what?

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The Definition

Weighted Companion CubeIn my last blogpost, 3D Printing: Disruption or Hype? I posed some questions about 3D printing and encouraged you to explore some of the vocabulary and understandings around 3D concepts. In this post I want to link to some of the definitions. There are experts in this field so rather than duplicate their explanations I have provided links to the relevant sites and experts…

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The WordThe "Bald" and the beautiful....

3d printing.  It has become one of the buzz words of 2013.  It has been described as the next big disruption. This series of blog posts will explore 3d printing in more detail, particularly in terms of its links with leadership for the future. What is it a signal of? How should leaders respond?

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