You can find basically the same presentation I heard on the presenters' Penn State website under "Narrated Presentation".
My take-aways from this are -
- A futures price is a great aggregator of information into a single value.
- For business, using a sports betting analogy is better than a stock market analogy due to the the smaller number of 'traders' and the ability of them to influence the market
- Who creates the virtual commodities is critical. The very act of what is created and when is hugely important.
- Organizations low on politics and high on innovation do best
- The futures market is best to aggregate current information, not to make predictions.