Category: Innovation Perspectives

Don Wettrick is on a mission: revolutionizing the world of education by training the next generation of innovators. Continue reading

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Perhaps the most positive sign of things to come is that its new approach to innovation isn’t just crimping from the West’s playbook. Continue reading

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What can you take away from the 2014 World Cup and apply to your business to bolster your innovation efforts? Continue reading

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It’s been a big couple of weeks for Prof Clayton Christensen, one of the world’s most influential thinkers on innovation. Not only has his theory of Disruptive Innovation been attacked in the New Yorker, in his most recent article for the Harvard Business Review he acknowledged that his “Innovator’s Solution” may have been wrong too. Continue reading

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Clayton Christensen comes under attack by Harvard colleague, Jill Lepore. She slams disruptive innovation as a “competitive strategy for an age seized by terror.” “Transfixed by change,” she claims, “it’s blind to continuity.” Continue reading

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This may shock many free market believers, but it is becoming evident in country after country, the global free market system is not serving the best interests of the largest number of people. In Adam Smith’s day labor was valuable, in classical economic theory, it is the labor put in that creates value, but we live in a world where more and more machines are doing the work. Continue reading

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London Tech Startup scene: Where is the bloody innovation? 5 reasons startups fail

Most of the Tech startups in London are actually failing at innovation without knowing it. Here are the top 5 reasons why. Continue reading

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