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Innovation for Jobs, or shortly I4J, is an organization headquartered at SRI International in Menlo Park, California, and founded by Vint Cerf, also known as one of the fathers of the internet, and David Nordfors, who is also i4j's CEO.

The 2018 i4j summit theme was: People-Centered Economy: An Eco-System for the Future of Work.

The i4j Summits are, as their founders say, exclusive-inclusive. That is, participation is by personal invitation only, yet the summit is informal, personal, friendly and specially designed for interaction. There are no keynote speakers, for everybody is both speaker and participant.


released July 1, 2018

Interviews and podcast production:
Cosmin Gheorghe & The Culture Influencer Group (www.CultureInfluencer.com)

Photographs: Guido Van Nispen: www.flickr.com/photos/vannispen


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Cosmin Gheorghe is a Bay Area based consultant, coach, speaker and author. He has degree in Psychology and an MD in General Medicine. His work explores the ways in which Culture, Globalization & Technology influence human behavior, social and professional interactions. That includes choices, decisions, & relationships with peers, products & services. Listen-HaveFun & Achieve Your Global Potential! ... more

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Track Name: VINT CERF: The i4j Co-Founder About the 2018 Summit
"The 2018 Innovation for jobs summit is focused on understanding how people bring value to our society and our economy. Historically we've only measured this value by their financial contributions -GDP, GNI, etc. As David [Nordfors] has pointed out, there are other metrics of value that we should include in our assessment of people's place and utility in our society."
Track Name: Jason Palmer, Cosmin Gheorghe, Guido Van Nispen - JASON PALMER
"What attracted me at i4j is from the beginning was this idea about a people-centered economy. The time is right for this approach, many, many people, from all ages, but especially younger people, are focused on wanting to get the maximum they can get out of their work and personal life, they want to have a purpose in their life. And that is exactly what i4j stands for: helping people find meaningfulness in life and work. And also looking for ways to create a more people-centered approach for employers, governments and for all actors in the system."