Category: education

Graduation

Part 2 of this two part series follows up on unanswered concerns and looks to education as the key. Continue reading

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Can we do better? Can we push our collective limits and answer: Are we delivering better content and resisting internet rehash? Are we raising the bar? This is our Call To Action — to ourselves and to you. Continue reading

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Reigniting Creativity and Innovation

Here’s an interesting question. Why is it that, while artistic tools have become so advanced and provide artists with the opportunity to become so much more productive, the amount of art and the quality of art produced by artists has dropped so dramatically? What am I talking about? Continue reading

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How 3-D Printing Will Change Education

Also known as rapid prototyping, 3-D printing is a technology that allows users to create three-dimensional physical products from a digital file. Educational institutions are still in the early stages of adopting this groundbreaking new technology, but a few early pioneers have shown us just how feasible–and useful–it can become. Continue reading

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Hult Prize

For me, I got out of the event was that the world is changing and if we don’t do anything, it will get worse and worse and soon most of the population will be struggling, and many will look back to this day and think, why didn’t we do anything to stop this. As the world changes, us as humans must change too. The Hult Prize can teach kids this and they will think in a whole new way Continue reading

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Why You Should Earn Your Innovation Certification

I am strong believer in continuous learning and improvement. I also do believe that we use a very small fraction of our brain’s intellectual power. I often recommend to pricing, marketing, and innovation professionals that they should invest 3 to 5% of their annual income in training and developing themselves. One way to do this is… Continue reading

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There has been a lot of buzz around embracing failure as a stepping-stone to success. Many organizations welcome the idea and contemplate the thought of celebrating failure, but they are often reluctant to embrace the concept in practice. Continue reading

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