Tag Archives: AARP

Gray Hair, White Space

Geritol. AARP. RVs. These symbols of retirement are losing their relevance, empty shells of another’s generation concept of how to spend the remainder of your life once you have worked your last day. In the past week I talked to several people across the country who all turned 50. The same story surfaced organically. Thanks for the miracle of direct ...

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Turning the Innovation Tables

Innovation Excellence

Recently, I attended an interesting program co-sponsored by the University of North Carolina's health care innovation program and AARP. This got me thinking. We're doing corporate innovation all wrong, and the innovation sprint that UNC and AARP were conducting have got it right. Let's imagine for a second what this would look like in a corporate setting.

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Seniors are the New Innovators!

A Co-creation Challenge integrates users in the product creation process, asking seniors, caregivers and consumers for solutions for using the vast opportunities of mobile technology for the actively aging population. These developments promise to help people stay active and connected to friends, family and support network, as well as make healthcare more cost-effective.

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