News, Events & Announcements

Summer 2002

Spring 2002

Winter 2002

Fall 2001

Release Party and Author Signing
for Robert Grudin's The Most Amazing Thing
at knOwhere, December 1, 2001. 3 - 6 pm.

Fast Company "Company of Friends" Roadshow
with Heath Row, hosted by MG Taylor and knOwhere,
October 18, 2001. 6 - 9 pm.

MG Taylor Granted Patent from the U.S. Patent Office
for "a system and method for addressing the paradoxes and problems associated with the Knowledge Economy, and the transition to it."

Summer 2001

The Most Amazing Thing,
a new novel by Robert Grudin, author of MG Taylor library classics The Grace of Great Things: Creativity & Innovation, On Dialogue: An Essay in Free Thought, and Time and the Art of Living, will be published by knOwhere Press in the Fall and is now available online.

Matt Taylor presented

"Employing Group Genius: Building ValueWebs for a Global Economy"

to the Stanford Japan Center in Kyoto, Japan and the Kansai Silicon Valley Venture Forum in Osaka, Japan.

Spring 2001

MG Taylor & the DesignShop® process featured in Fortune Magazine:

Seagate's Three-Day Revolution

Gail Taylor joined 19 other thought leaders and presenters for an online dialogue:

Managing Interactively,

February 27 - March 2, 2001.
Based on the newly published book by Mary E. Boone, which features MG Taylor, knOwhere, and Atheneaum International.

Winter 2001

MG Taylor facilitated 4 IdeaLab Workshops at

The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting

in Davos, Switzerland, January 25 - 30, 2001

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