Thought You Should See This, March 9th, 2012

This is a lovely presentation by Good Think CEO, Shawn Achor, on ways for us all to be happier in our lives and our work.

This week’s Thought You Should See This update:

Bentley unveiled its EXP 9F concept SUV at the Geneva Auto Show. Its attention to detail is phenomenal, but a car company releasing an upscale cross between a “business limousine” and “utility lifestyle vehicle”? Something doesn’t sit right.

Writer Janet Ginsburg pushed back at recent TED speaker (and X Prize head) Peter Diamandis. His latest shtick is focused on abundance and positivity. “Abundance for whom?” Ginsburg asked.

Those who’ve ever worried about an employer seeing something unsavory on Facebook have more reason to be worried, as government agencies and colleges are now simply asking applicants for their social network passwords. First Amendment rights, anyone?

Great Wall Street Journal story on General Electric’s new management philosophy: Go Deep, Not Wide.

Short video in which Clay Christensen breaks down his definition of disruptive innovation, a term that people love to bandy about but rarely seem to understand deeply.

We all need to read and understand this: the 118 page report, The Global Innovation Policy Index, just published by the IT and Innovation Foundation and the Kauffman Foundation.

Mercedes decided to promote its new fuel cell vehicle by making the car invisible. Cool video.

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