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Creating a Common Language of Innovation

Unfortunately, there is no universally accepted definition of the word innovation, and there have even been multiple articles written by the Doblin Group, Geoffrey Moore and others about how many different types of innovation there are and how you must choose which types of innovation to focus on. When it comes to innovation, individuals speak about it differently and there are lots of misunderstandings. Continue reading

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No Excuses! Hult Prize 2014

$1,000,000 dollars was gratefully accepted by NanoHealth, a startup that triumphed over five finalist teams before a packed room at the Clinton Global Initiative. It is one of many powerful stories surrounding and connecting a community of social entrepreneurs, students, mentors, supporters and guests. Continue reading

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The Imminent Failure of Business as We Know it

Forgive the sensational title, but disruptive transformation is quickly wiping out the established models of business. Continue reading

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The No. 1 Challenge to Innovation

The biggest challenge to innovation is not how to generate new ideas and opportunities. It’s how to make innovation a deeply embedded capability in the organization. Continue reading

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Paul McCartney

What can one say about the innovation and creativity skills of a man who composed songs ranging from Eleanor Rigby, The Long and Winding Road, Blackbird to The Frog Song? Read on.. Continue reading

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 Beth Comstock on Being Bold

Executives are increasingly shaking off paralysis and looking to take control. Beth Comstock weighs in… Continue reading

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Does Innovation Research Need Radical Innovation Itself?

A lot of innovation research is still based on asking people what they think, often in highly unrealistic research environments. Asking the wrong questions, or maybe the act of asking questions itself, risks throwing the baby out with the bathwater, and killing the really big ideas off before they have a chance. Continue reading

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