For a long time, “innovation” really meant “innovation in products and services.” But for a while now, innovation of this kind has shown a declining return on investment. Why?
In today’s fastpaced business environment, the ability to innovate is not enough. You need to innovate efficiently, quickly, and with less risk.
Continuous innovation is not easy and if you keep using the same method you will experience diminishing results. Try innovating how you innovate by employing some of these ideas from Paul Sloane.
The Medici Effect shows how breakthrough ideas most often occur when we bring concepts from one field into a new, unfamiliar territory.
Readers of this concise and accessible book will learn how to apply Pixar’s secrets of success, which include the company’s ability to turn visions into clear directives.
This book will help you achieve ambitious visions for learning through swift innovation. We will borrow from the people who invent what we all end up using tomorrow, create much from very little.
The strangest thing about the process of generating ideas, is that there seems to be a commonly held belief that it is some sort of mystical process.
Take your brainstorming digital in a workspace that’s as nimble as your creative process. Grab a sticky note, sketch freehand annotations, and watch your ideas blossom on an infinite canvas.
With todays environmental problems, innovation and technologydriven apparel companies are breaking into the industry with exponential growth.
For London Tech Week, Black Neon Digital and Fashion Roundtable hosted a panel event on Human Connectivity, Ethics and Fashion discussing the importance of empathy and authentic connection.
This book provides a comprehensive examination of process innovations occurring in the global fashion industry, with a focus on fashion brands from USA, Italy, and Japan.
You may have heard the saying, you cant manage what you dont measure. While there might be an element of truth in the saying, not everything in life, or business, can be measured accurately.
Measurement problems tend to lead individuals to make bad decisions, and innovation is by far one of those areas we measure the worst.
McKinsey Podcast: Two simple R D conversion metrics can help executives measure the value of innovation efforts.
Ashkan Fardost talks about innovativeness of the pharma industr, Moores law and future break throughs.
George Baxter, CEO of Edinburgh Innovations, is here to discuss the companys commercialization model, and how his group is bringing innovation to market in Scotland.
In this chapter, we present a comprehensive overview of the process of drug innovation from a business and academic perspective.