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Silicon Valley’s Innovatioship recently three days leading an open-invitation workshop in design thinking. It attracted a wide range of participants from Lima and other parts of Peru, from local CEOs wanting inspiration to students looking to increase their innovation skills. Continue reading

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The Age of Innovation

While as impactful as the Industrial Revolution and the Internet Age were, they will pale in comparison to what lays just over the horizon. Innovation will be the key to success in this era of rapid technological advancement and adoption. Continue reading

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Techweek New York: Celebrating entrepreneurs and innovators everywhere

Innovation Excellence catches up with Katy Lynch, Techweek’s new CEO on the eve of Techweek-New York. Continue reading

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Technology disrupts markets. I agree with that. However, when I need to decide whether to focus on a market (like Christensen does) or focus on the technology, I will focus on the technology every day of the week, and twice on Tuesday. Continue reading

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Rapid Pace Change in Organizational Landscape  - innovation excellence

In just the past five years alone, we can see how much the landscape in which current organizations are operating is changing at a rapid pace. Rodrigo Canales, PhD, an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Yale School of Management, studies how organizations can build a powerful innovation capacity in response to these market forces. Continue reading

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How Konica Minolta Uses Design Thinking - Innovation Excellence

An inside look at how Konica Minolta Medical Imaging is using Design Thinking to help Healthcare providers develop their Primary Imaging strategy for the future; and convening the Healthcare Community at Healthovate! Activate! at Xavier University. Continue reading

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Scientific breakthroughs are often reported as being innovation. I’m a bit of a purist when it comes to definitions, so if science produces inventions, they only become innovation if they are implemented and add value. Continue reading

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