Events & Announcements
Innovations: Learning With Everett Rogers &
Cosponsored by the Plexus
Institute and held at the Borgess
Navigation Center. June 21 - 22, 2002.
CPOE Summit 2002: Capitalizing On The Opportunity
MG Taylor facilitated the Interactive
Work Sessions portion of the Computerized
Physician Order Entry Conference hosted by The
Vanderbilt Center for Better Health (where
MG Taylor's latest Navigation
Center has just been installed) and attended
by over 70 health care executives from 40 organizations.
June 6 and 7, 2002.
York, New York
Press's The Most Amazing Thing
named Finalist for 2002 Benjamin Franklin Award
recognition of excellence in independent publishing.
Publications, grouped by genre are judged on editorial
and design merit by top practitioners in each
Press Publisher Todd Johnston and illustrator
Grace Ku attended the May 1st award ceremony in
New York City. The BFA's are sponsored by Publisher's
York, New York
Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2002:
Leadership in Fragile Times: A Vision for a Shared
the second straight year, Gail and Matt Taylor
had a role in facilitating several of the themed
seminars at this year's event.
31 - February 4, 2002.
Party and Author Signing
for Robert Grudin's The Most Amazing Thing
at knOwhere, December 1, 2001. 3 - 6 pm.
Company "Company of Friends" Roadshow
with Heath Row, hosted by MG Taylor and knOwhere,
October 18, 2001. 6 - 9 pm.
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."
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
& Osaka, Japan
Group Genius: Building ValueWebs for a Global
by Matt Taylor to
the Stanford Japan Center in Kyoto and
the Kansai Silicon Valley Venture Forum
MG Taylor & the DesignShop® Process featured
in Fortune Magazine. February 19, 2001.
Gail Taylor joined 19 other thought leaders and
presenters for an online dialogue based on the
newly published book by Mary E. Boone, which features
MG Taylor, knOwhere, and Atheneaum International.
February 27 - March 2, 2001.
World Economic Forum Annual Meeting
and Matt Taylor facilitated 4 IdeaLab Workshops
at this year's event. January 25 - 30, 2001.