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An Innovation Conversation with Fahrenheit212

Our interview with Fahrenheit 212 ultimately referenced: innovation’s star turn from interesting to imperative; the maturation of the category; the growing prominence and pitfalls of the RFP, Abraham Lincoln, unicorn sightings, the pursuit of a model that creates innovators in addition to innovations, and oh yes, their mantra, “the Money and the Magic”.

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A Peek Inside Ireland’s Innovation Island

A Peek Inside Ireland's Innovation Island I had the opportunity recently to interview 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. ...

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What China Must Do to Innovate

What China Must Do to InnovateInnovation is an essential ingredient to the growth and success of China's economy. The use of methods such as Systematic Inventive Thinking will accelerate that growth. But where should China focus its innovation efforts? Professors George Yip and Bruce Mc ...

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How Technology Can Save Government

The Obama administration had been preparing for years to launch its signature policy, the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. With everything riding in the balance, the whole effort very nearly failed—because of a website. Well, not a websit ...

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When the Light Bulb Goes On: Dr. Larry Miller and EZ-IO

He said "my father was a toolmaker and I used to watch him work, I still like to tinker, to make things."  I was speaking with an eminent Emergency Room surgeon, Dr Larry Miller who created a life saving technology called the EZ-IO. He told me the story ...

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The 2014 Global Innovation 1000 Study from Strategy&

The 2014 Global Innovation 1000: Proven Paths to Innovation Success (Link to the report below) The success of corporate R&D is on every C-suite agenda. Yet wide disparities persist in how well innovation investments actually pay off. As a cons ...

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A Great Way to Innovate at Any Age

A Great Way to Innovate at Any AgeA great way to innovate is to take an idea from another place and be the first to apply it in your field. Take as an example the assembly line. Henry Ford (1863 – 1947) is often credited with the innovation of the assembly line in mass manufacturing and ...

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