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Whilst the average manager and leader may not fully appreciate the role of experimentation in innovation, it is widely accepted in innovation management circles, that there is no innovation without experimentation. Continue reading

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Molecular biologist Ellen Jorgensen, Ph.D., discusses her New York City lab, Genspace, in the current issue of Physchology Today’s print magazine . It is the nation’s first do-it-yourself nonprofit biotech lab and has launched a movement to bring biology to the masses. Continue reading

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The modern world is one of the visceral abstract, in which unlikely ideas lead to important breakthroughs and seemingly useless things can become useful indeed. While hard facts define today, new value is created only when the impossible becomes possible. Continue reading

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Doing design thinking is a cure for such small mindedness—and is the real, lasting benefit of this humanizing work. This post dives into this theory. Continue reading

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This week SAP launched a new e-publication, Digitalist Magazine, Executive Quarterly. We sat down with Jeff Woods, Editorial Director for the magazine and VP, Corporate and Portfolio Marketing at SAP to get the back story. Continue reading

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If we’re going to win the future, we have to invest in it. Or, put another way, why isn’t what’s good for Microsoft good for the country? Continue reading

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Serial Innovators

While serial innovators bring their organization benefits, they too frequently are not valued and even seen as trouble makers. Continue reading

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