At the Chemical Heritage Foundation's recent seminar on advanced materials innovation, a half-dozen R&D leaders collectively commanding billions in spend couldn't have been more excited about the market potential for their new materials.
When you're determined to make your start-up succeed, it's easy to be serious. But it's the companies that work hard to establish cultures of play that attract great people, continuously push the boundaries of innovation, and ultimately win.
Innovation is inherently multidisciplinary. Successful innovation requires harmony; that is, a high degree of communication, collaboration and cooperation. This article explores what is meant by innovation harmony and how to go about achieving it.
Dynamic domestic players and focused multinationals are helping China churn out a growing number of innovative products and services. Intensifying competition lies ahead; here’s a road map for navigating it.
I've written about DARPA before, but listening to Regina Dugan participate in a panel on innovation was a little bit like having Picasso on a panel about abstract impressionism. Here are three lessons about fostering a culture of innovation.
Innovation. These days, there’s hardly a mission statement that doesn’t include it, or a CEO who doesn’t promote it. Yet in most organizations creativity isn’t exactly flourishing. Maybe that’s because we’re trying too hard to formalize it.
SmartBrief is partnering with Big Think to create a weekly video spotlight in SmartBrief on Leadership called “VIP Corner: Video Insights Powered by Big Think.” This week, we’re featuring John Kotter, chief innovation officer at Kotter International.
Art Markman is a professor of psychology and marketing at the University of Texas at Austin and director of the program in the Human Dimensions of Organizations. His latest book, “Smart Thinking” was published in January.
What ever happened to imagination? When did creativity become such serious business? It seems like just yesterday we were drawing outside of the lines of our favorite coloring books, or smashing the...
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