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3 Innovation Lessons from The Departed

Innovation Excellence

The film won the Oscar for Best Picture in 2007 and earned Martin Scorsese his first, and to date only, Academy Award for Best Director. GUEST POST from Robyn Bolton It’s award season, which means that, as a resident of Boston, I have the responsibility and privilege to talk about The Departed (pronounced: The Dep-ah-ted).

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A Never-Opened First-Generation 2007 iPhone Just Sold at Auction for 100 Times Its Original Price

Entrepreneur - Innovation

The iconic phone sold for more than a Tesla Model Y.

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Ten years building the future together

Exago

In November 2007, Exago was born. In 2006, an IT visionary, an innovation hunter and an algorithm doer met for coffee and an idea came up. Now, on our 10th anniversary, we celebrate the results of our brilliant customers and the over one million users who have taken part in building their organisation’s future. From […].

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Fly, Crash, Adapt

Destination Innovation

Paul MacCready (1925 – 2007) was an aeronautical engineer and inventor of the first human-powered aircraft. He died in 2007 from a melanoma. Paul MacCready. MacCready was born in Connecticut to family of doctors. He was fascinated by engineering and airplanes from a young age. At 15 he won a national model building contest.

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Optimizing R&D Resources: Strategies for CTOs and Innovation Leaders

ITONICS

Between 2007 and 2022, corporate R&D spending grew with a CAGR of 5.2%, underscoring the importance of R&D in driving future growth and market differentiation ( Global Innovation Tracker, 2023 ). In the past decades, research and development (R&D) expenses have surged across various industries.

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Summaries of the 50 Best Business Books

Destination Innovation

by Brian Tracy – 2001 Mindset by Carol Dweck – 2006 Go-Giver by Bob Burg and John David Mann – 2007 Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman – 2011 Thrive by Arianna Huffington – 2014 Atomic Habits by James Clear – 2018 The post Summaries of the 50 Best Business Books appeared first on Destination Innovation.

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How Facebook misses out on Talent

Destination Innovation

In 2007 at age 22 Mark Zuckerberg profoundly stated, ‘Younger people are just smarter. Consider these examples: Steve Jobs was 52 when as CEO of Apple he launched the iPhone in 2007. There are pervasive myths that older people are stuck in their ways, lack creativity and dynamism and cannot cope with new technology.