Wed.Aug 10, 2022

Getting more curious: Research shows that curiosity can be enhanced

Idea to Value

Curiosity has long been linked to being more creative. Along with being open to new experiences , being curious makes it more likely that you discover new and interesting knowledge which can then be combined in a creative way.

Business Model Innovation Basics Series - Part 3: How to create successful business models

The BMI Lab Blog

Designing successful business models is a craft and not an art – with a suitable methodology, the right toolset and mindset business models can be innovated systematically. The methodology represents a crucial success factor in the process of business model innovation.


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Why the EU, UK, US, and Japan are Exploring Space-Based Solar Power


Throughout the twentieth century, Konstantin Tsiolkovsky’s idea that solar power stations in space could generate power was a source of creativity and inspiration for science fiction writers.

How to create a hybrid workplace?


Hybrid work is now a common and sustainable practice for most companies: it’s estimated that for 2025 most company employees will still work 2 to 3 days per week remotely.

What Not to Do When Onboarding Your Customer

Speaker: Jamie Bernard, Senior Product Manager and Product Management Practice Lead at Nexient, an NTT Data Company

In this webinar, you will learn principles and practices to simplify your customers' onboarding experience

Guest article: How Brunner continues to innovate with the help of Roku


Note: This article originally appeared on the Roku website as a partner spotlight feature about Brunner. Republishing with permission. The Pittsburgh-based marketing agency, Brunner (pronounced “Brew-ner”) has partnered with Roku to offer their clients access to Roku’s OneView , the ad platform built for TV streaming, to help performance marketer’s fuel growth through TV streaming ads.

The first step is to understand the system as it is.

Mike Shipulski

If there’s a recurring problem, take the time to make sure the system hasn’t changed since last time and make sure the context and environment are still the same. If everything is the same, and there are no people involved in the system, it’s a problem that resides in the clear domain.