Business innovation insider writes some interesting words about Warren Miller, considered by many to be one of the greatest innovators in the ski industry. When the skiing season is coming closer (at least here in Sweden) I think that downhill skiing is a highly topical subject. There is an interesting quote from a skier that probably is very much true; “People can be divided into three classes: the few who make things happen, the many who watch things happen, and the overwhelming majority who have no idea of what has happened”.

I think that if it wasn’t for the carving ski, downhill skiing itself would slowly have lost a lot of popularity for the more funky snowboard. Luckily new energy has re-established skiing as a major winter sport. Personally? I prefer downhill skiing…

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