The Innovation 101 series of articles presents specific activities and practices to achieve innovation. I chose these activities because I believe they are a great place to start. They are not the end all be all, nor are they “right”. They are simply practicable. If you do them you will notice an improvement in your ability to innovate. Continue reading
“Why Indiana? Why not?,” Steve Forbes told the audience in kicking off the recent Reinventing America: The Innovation Summit. Forbes’ event in Indianapolis was part of the organization’s new Reinventing America Series to help shine a spotlight on the business success stories happening in our country’s heartland.
As the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) continues to move forward with the implementation of Titles II and III of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, provisions that open advertising and investing to completely new channels, the startup landscape is morphing, just a little, to match resources and opportunities in previously unattainable ways. However, although Titles II and III of the JOBS Act are… Continue reading
Brain drain or brain gain? In the 21st Century, it makes all the difference which side of the line your community is on. Communities suffering brain drain lose their talented young people to places where the lights are brighter and opportunities are thicker on the ground. The community’s future goes with them. The loss is… Continue reading
Information is only of value if it is with someone who can do something with it. The US military knows this and is reducing secrecy, but is your company? Continue reading
I had the opportunity recently to intervidw Rory Mullen, West Coast Director, IDA Ireland, and ask him a few questions about the innovation climate in Ireland and how the government is contributing to an increase in the innovation capacity of the island. Continue reading