Fri.Nov 25, 2022

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E-Bikes Are the New Green Mobility Solution

Business and Tech

Sara Wainer, who manages business priorities and communications for the USA market at Specialized Bicycle Components, discusses the importance of zero-emissions vehicles and the future of e-bike transportation. Sara Wainer Executive Assistant (USA), Specialized Bicycle Components. What does the future of transportation look like in the coming years?

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Things I Occasionally Forget

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Mike Shipulski Clean-sheet designs are fun, right up until they don’t launch. When you feel the urge to do a clean-sheet design, go home early. When you don’t know how to make it better, make it worse and do the opposite. Without trying, there is no way to know if it will […].

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How Companies Can Partner with Nonprofits

Harvard Business Review

Done well, these partnerships can boost growth, shareholder value, and societal impact.

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Michael Michalko

16 Ways to Jump-start Creativity Simply put, the key to increasing creativity in any organization is to make it start acting like a creative organization. Suppose you wanted to be an artist: You would begin behaving like an artist by painting every day. You may not become another Vincent Van Gogh, but you’ll become much more of an artist than someone who has never tried.

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2024’s Retail Odyssey: Going Small, Artificial, and Augmented!

Speaker: Joe Cicman - Principal Analyst at Forrester, and Jason Cottrell - CEO & Founder at Orium

Significant modifications are on the horizon for digital commerce in retail and customer experience come 2024. The pace of tech shifts will intensify, businesses are set to defund legacy solutions, and attractive opportunities will surface as social and retail media players join forces. To stay ahead of the curve, digital leaders are experimenting with less risky initiatives and scaling back on outdated projects that no longer yield impactful results.

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Does Your Board Need an Executive Chair?

Harvard Business Review

Three questions to ask before appointing one.