As a society, we all have an obligation to contribute to a better world, and health care is one sector where private and public bodies can work together to provide sustainable solutions. On Thursday June 16, a varied, passionate panel discussed how this could best be done at POLITICO’s “Sustainable Health Care for All by 2030: Shared Effort for a Common Goal”, presented by Philips. The discussion was part of the two-day European Development Days forum held on June 15-16, 2016.
In the 21st century it’s harder for large corporations to create disruptive breakthroughs. Disruptive innovations are coming from startups - Telsa for automobiles, Uber for taxis, Airbnb for hotel rentals, Netflix for video rentals and Facebook for media.
Over the past few years it has become common for senior executives at Fortune 500 companies to make a pilgrimage to Silicon Valley. Touring Mountain View and Menlo Park is the latest trend to sweep the C-suite, next to corporate mindfulness and adult summer camps.
The result is a truly innovative approach to building and sustaining an arts nonprofit that many larger organizations (as well as any startup that is trying to think diagonally about innovation) might want to take a look at.
Visa is kicking off its 30-year anniversary of sponsoring the Summer Olympic Games in Rio with what might be its most tech-savvy innovation yet. Earlier this month, the brand introduced a new wearable device, the Visa payment ring, which will be worn in Rio by the 46 Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls that make up Team Visa.
It is up to paper to cultivate its uniqueness: long written texts, which means well-written ones, the chance to take readers on a journey through issues they were not aware of, that they did not suspect, when the Internet only responds to the queries made of it.
In the last few years, Europe has not been under the spotlight as far as innovation in the world is concerned. Since 2008, the global financial crisis has ripped the attention on the headlines about the Old Continent. This has popularised the opinion that “Europe is dying.” The Continent has been bogged down by unemployment, monetary crisis, political fragmentation, deadlock of social systems, and so on.
The Fortune 500 Insiders Network is an online community where top executives from the Fortune 500 share ideas and offer leadership advice with Fortune’s global audience. Casey Carl, chief strategy and innovation officer at Target, has answered the question: How do you encourage employees to take risks?
Once a haven for innovation, over the last two decades the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has been rocked by the velocity of technological change and roiled by "patent trolls." Could it be that the biggest impediment that innovators now face is the very system that was created to protect them?
Over the past decade, the mobile market was plagued by a series of issues including poor cellular connections, slow processors, heavy devices and limited battery life. Mobile vendors, such as Apple, Intel and Samsung have worked tirelessly to improve hardware and the issues of the past are no longer a gating [...]
In calculus class, you’d never use the phrase “star student” to describe Chris Deyo. He was slow to complete assignments about strange-sounding concepts like solids of revolution and related rates, staying behind to get extra help as his classmates jeered that the subject just “sucks.” To them, all they needed to know was enough to pass the test.
Education is a basic social right and arguably the foundation of modern society. It is, therefore, a domain where having outstanding results is incredibly important. While many still face the immediate challenge of having access to education—and this needs to be overcome—there is nevertheless a need to innovate in education and teaching in order to ensure the success of every student and adapt learning to the new technological and entrepreneurial era.
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