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Internal Venture Funds

The tyranny of the annual budget cycle can squash innovation inside a large company. An internal venture fund is a practical mechanism to help innovation survive corporate timelines, metrics, silos, turf wars, and politics. Continue reading

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The Future of Digital Learning

Steve Wheeler, an Associate Professor at Plymouth University brings you his thoughts on the future of digital learning. Continue reading

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obstacles

Often times innovation is blocked by obstacles placed in our path by ourselves or others. This presentation will give ten ways of thinking about overcoming obstacles by trying to turn them into opportunities. Continue reading

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10 Digital Health Trends for the Next 20 Years

The Digital Health Revolution is upon us. Here are the ten trends that will impact each and everyone of us in the coming years to help us live healthier, stronger and smarter lives, for longer. Continue reading

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Creating a Culture of Innovation

This presentation describes some “do’s and don’ts” to create and sustain innovative teams. References to the design thinking approach to discovering breakthrough innovations, whether for new products or better business processes. Continue reading

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Digital Learning Futures

Discover what the future of learning looks like from Steve Wheeler who works for the Institute of Education at Plymouth University. Continue reading

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The Dyanmic Role of Design in Entrepreneurship

What is the expanding role of design in entrepreneurship? What is the interplay between them? David Sherwin, an Interaction Design Director at frog, shares his personal take on this subject from a designer’s point of view, with principles you can use to drive sustainable growth and beneficial cultural change within your businesses.. Continue reading

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