Europe is giving particular attention to the role of Innovation Hubs. Firms, universities, centers for innovation are developing a new collaborative strategy towards a new agenda for a new competitiveness centered in the value creation.
One of the biggest obstacles to innovation is fear of failure. Rarely do people want to bet their careers or companies on what might — or might not — be the next big thing. But fear of failure becomes a self-imposed obstacle to success.
Everyone wants to innovate more, and many people don’t know where to start. Which is weird, since we actually know quite a bit about how innovation works.
Stanford University’s Center for Professional Development will expand its Online Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate Program, which was launched in September 2012, by rolling out new courses throughout the year.
Will this new generation of leaders be innovators, or followers? Strong, resilient problem solvers, or servants of the status quo? The answer has everything to do with education . . . or how education is adapted to the realities and wonderful opportunities of the not-too-distant future.
In organizations transfixed by time, speed and efficiency, innovation and product development are often the slowest out of the gate, the longest efforts to accomplish and seem completely unrelated to the real world.
GE’s Global Innovation Barometer, an annual survey of 3,000 executives from 25 countries that the company released today, found that the complex and rapidly shifting business environment is creating anxiety among business leaders about their ability to innovate and prosper. What are symptoms of this “innovation vertigo?”
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