Innovation

4 Steps to Innovation Every Leader Needs to Follow
Innovation

4 Steps to Innovation Every Leader Needs to Follow

Driving innovation in an organization is both art and science, with a whole lot of tenacious execution mixed in.
Tor Constantino
5 Reasons Every Business Needs an Enemy -- the Bigger, the Better
Competition

5 Reasons Every Business Needs an Enemy -- the Bigger, the Better

Having zero competition isn't necessarily a good thing, especially when there's millions of entrepreneurs around the world focused on sniffing out potential business opportunities.
Jeffrey Hayzlett
How to Retain Millennial Employees Through Workplace Equity
Employee Retention

How to Retain Millennial Employees Through Workplace Equity

If you want to retain top talent, focus on establishing a culture with ample professional development opportunities, that empowers instead of commands, and that serves as a platform for innovation and intrapreneurship.
Jill Schiefelbein
Kids' Car Seat Gets the Upgrade You Never Knew It Needed
Indiegogo

Kids' Car Seat Gets the Upgrade You Never Knew It Needed

This innovative approach to the booster seat is just downright impressive, even to someone who doesn't have children.
Carly Okyle
Corporate Culture Redefined: The 'See-Through' Office
Company Culture

Corporate Culture Redefined: The 'See-Through' Office

Open up your board meetings. Collaborate more. And see the good things that will result.
Krish Ramakrishnan
Google to Reorganize Into New Company Called 'Alphabet'
Google

Google to Reorganize Into New Company Called 'Alphabet'

The search giant is breaking into smaller units and adopting an umbrella-company strategy.
Ray Hennessey
This Brilliant Braille Smartwatch Lets the Visually Impaired Feel What Time It Is
Far Out Tech

This Brilliant Braille Smartwatch Lets the Visually Impaired Feel What Time It Is

The groundbreaking haptic wearable also delivers texts, turn-by-turn directions and ebook readouts, all by touch alone.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
For the First Time Ever, NASA Astronauts Eat Vegetables Grown in Space
Space Travel

For the First Time Ever, NASA Astronauts Eat Vegetables Grown in Space

Space gardens mean more delicious meals aboard the International Space Station, and they are also a critical development for the march towards life on Mars.
Catherine Clifford
There's Something Strangely Soothing About This Silly Key Ring on Kickstarter
Kickstarter

There's Something Strangely Soothing About This Silly Key Ring on Kickstarter

Irked by the sound of keys clinking together? So is California entrepreneur Vince Ho.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Navigate a Growing Company in a Crowded Market With These 5 Tips
Startup Basics

Navigate a Growing Company in a Crowded Market With These 5 Tips

Starting a company in a saturated market with huge competitors can be a huge challenge -- unless you are patient in your development and diligent in your execution.
Peter Gasca
Epson Is Creating a Printer That Won't Run Out of Ink for 3 Years
Printers

Epson Is Creating a Printer That Won't Run Out of Ink for 3 Years

The EcoTank is reportedly launching in September.
For the First Time Ever, 3-D Printed Pill Receives FDA Approval
Health Care

For the First Time Ever, 3-D Printed Pill Receives FDA Approval

Its use case is narrow, but the FDA's stamp of approval could have broader implications for the way we create customized medicine.
Laura Entis
Check Out This Star Trek-Style Home Elevator
Home Improvement

Check Out This Star Trek-Style Home Elevator

The Terry Lifestyle Lift offers an alternative to stairlifts and bulky home elevators for those with mobility issues.
Elon Musk Says Tesla Cars Will Soon Be Able to Steer and Parallel Park Themselves
Self-Driving Cars

Elon Musk Says Tesla Cars Will Soon Be Able to Steer and Parallel Park Themselves

The final barrier is making sure the software can decipher badly marked roads at dusk, he tweeted.
Laura Entis
Innovation

Everyday Innovation

Hacks, tricks and tips to remove common barriers to creativity.

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