What is innovation? Innovation can be seen from many perspectives but in the end great innovation is about combining knowledge in new ways to create something useful.
Can innovation be taught? Are academic programs on innovation connected to the real world? Robin Nessensohn, a Master student in innovation and entrepreneur shares his thoughts.
Why isn’t innovation happening? Why do you have UX issues? Why aren’t customers in love with your brand? Mona Patels book thinks it is because the problems are poorly defined.
Dianas talk challenges our thinking about entrepreneurship and presents a new approach for startups and corporations alike.
Doblin’s model covers the categories in which most of the innovations will fall, which are explained here with the support of examples.
Professor Rogers explains how new ideas spread via communication channels over time. Such innovations are initially perceived as uncertain and even risky.
Johnson explains that we need to be more creative in order for our organizations to be more innovative. The question is thus how can we be more creative and innovative?
Learn about where ideas come from the true history of ideas, why most people dont like ideas, how great managers make ideas thrive and the importance of problem finding.
Listen to 50 successful entrepreneurs, including Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs or Mark Cuban, sharing their insights about what you need in order to make it
Whats the secret to innovation success? How can companies and teams define innovation in a way that results in successful products or services being produced?
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