Thu.Jul 09, 2020

How to Digitally Spark Corporate Innovation


To maintain relevance in the global competitive market, many companies already focus on the development and implementation of innovations, even using digital tools. But, in times of crisis, this focus is most likely to be lost when most businesses concentrate on keeping the daily business running.

Comfort with Chaos: the Innovation Leader’s Mindset


Chaos is something many organization leaders try hard to avoid. Generally, employees are expected to perform tasks in an analytical, well-organized fashion without deviating from the plan. But innovation leaders know the value of chaos, and how a certain amount of it is necessary for experimentation.

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Design Thinking for the Future of Work

Following weeks of pandemic-related lockdowns across the globe, many employees are transitioning back to the office.

Podcast S3E68: Scott Anthony – How leaders delude themselves about innovation

Idea to Value

In today’s episode of the Idea to Value podcast, we speak with Scott Anthony, Senior Partner of Innosight. We speak about some of the insights from his upcoming book Eat, Sleep, Innovate , and how the current pandemic is going to change many industries in the near future.

Discover, Access & Manage Ecosystem Relationships in a Low/No Touch World

Innovation Leader

How do you build ecosystems when travel and serendipity are limited for the foreseeable future? Watch this webcast to learn how to form partnerships during lockdown

How The Global Pandemic Disruption Is Driving AI Adoption


How The Global Pandemic Disruption Is Driving AI Adoption COVID-19 has been instrumental in highlighting the importance of having the right technology systems in place to deal with unexpected market changes.

A Beta Test of a New Virtual Meeting App

Stephen Shapiro

This week I had a chance to meet (virtually) with Phil Libin. You may know him as the mastermind behind Evernote. This week he launched a new app called mmhmm. His goal is to inject some fun into Zoom meetings. And he succeeded.

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Book of the Month

Michael Roberto

Thank you to Alex Urrea, Managing Partner at Eduscape, for selecting Unlocking Creativity as a book of the month selection and for his thoughtful review.

#1,783 – Space Week: Tetraquarks

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

In case you thought 2020 was boring here is some news to liven things up for you: physicists have discovered a new particle! A tetraquark that is the first of its kind.

Which Music Do We Prefer? Interesting New Research

Michael Roberto

[link] We know that Spotify, Apple, and others have developed sophisticated algorithms to recommend music to listeners. While many customers know precisely what they would like to listen to, others are open to discovery.

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#1,786 – Space Week: Quantum Static

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

I don’t believe in God. I’m a man of science, not a man of faith. If I believe in anything it’s the idea that there’s an explanation for everything even if we haven’t found it yet. Even if we never will. Case in point: how the Universe started in the first place.

#1,784 – Space Week: The Future Circular Collider

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

When the Large Hadron Collider came online in 2008 some were worried that it was going to rip a hole in the fabric of space-time and destroy all life on Earth! Or at least give some of us superpowers like on The Flash.

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