Innovation

11 Ways to Bake Innovation -- Not Disruption -- Into Your Culture
Innovation

11 Ways to Bake Innovation -- Not Disruption -- Into Your Culture

Here's how to ensure everything is in order inside the box before you start shaking it up.
Walter Bond
Are We 5 Years Away From Being Able to Reverse Aging?
Science

Are We 5 Years Away From Being Able to Reverse Aging?

One Harvard Medical School genetics professor thinks so.
Laura Entis
Uber Lights Up Drivers' Windshields to Help Customers Find Their Rides
Performance Ignited

Uber Lights Up Drivers' Windshields to Help Customers Find Their Rides

Rolling out in Seattle this month, the visual cue offers a basic but brilliant way to find an Uber.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Los Angeles Techweek 2015 Features Mobile, Health Care and Fashion Innovations
Technology

Los Angeles Techweek 2015 Features Mobile, Health Care and Fashion Innovations

Some inspired new apps and platforms and a healthy group of startup finalists hit this year's famous tech fest.
Andre Bourque
Beyond Meat's CEO Thinks Chicken Can Come From Plants
Ready To Launch

Beyond Meat's CEO Thinks Chicken Can Come From Plants

'You can get hung-up on meat's origin – it comes from a chicken, cow or pig – but the other way to think about meat is its composition.'
Laura Entis
5 Lessons Learned From Bud Light's 'Up for Whatever' and Always' 'Like a Girl' Campaigns
Marketing Bootcamp

5 Lessons Learned From Bud Light's 'Up for Whatever' and Always' 'Like a Girl' Campaigns

Here's how to use fun interaction and deep emotional connection like these companies did with their wildly successful experimental marketing attempts.
David Saef
Giving Thanks to a Female Tech Pioneer You've Probably Never Heard of
Women Entrepreneurs

Giving Thanks to a Female Tech Pioneer You've Probably Never Heard of

Dame Stephanie Shirley founded a female-run software development company in 1962 -- but she still had to sign her name as a man to be taken seriously.
Mary Deelsnyder
Genetically-Altered Mosquitoes May Be Key to Eradicating Malaria, Study Shows
Science

Genetically-Altered Mosquitoes May Be Key to Eradicating Malaria, Study Shows

Scientists at the University of California inserted heritable, malaria-blocking genes into mosquitoes and observed encouraging results.
Laura Entis
Google Created a Star Trek-Inspired Wearable, But You'll Never See It
Wearable Tech

Google Created a Star Trek-Inspired Wearable, But You'll Never See It

The Star Trek communicator badge could have been a reality, but it never got beyond the testing stage.
Nina Zipkin
4 Reasons to Be Exhilarated About Tech Innovation
Performance Ignited

4 Reasons to Be Exhilarated About Tech Innovation

Tech may sometimes divide us, but it's also improving medical care, spreading resources and giving us more free time.
Zach Cutler
The Greasy, Glamorous Rise of Mascara
Radicals & Visionaries

The Greasy, Glamorous Rise of Mascara

You won't believe the grimy gunk people used to smear on their eyelashes -- and still do.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Cultivating Innovation Is a Direct Path to Profit
Innovation

Cultivating Innovation Is a Direct Path to Profit

What are the seeds of innovation in your company?
Steve Sponseller
How Innovative Companies Push the Limits and Accomplish the Impossible
Culture

How Innovative Companies Push the Limits and Accomplish the Impossible

It takes a village with a unique culture to build innovative products. And that's all great companies are: villages with cultures all their own.
Steve Tobak
3 Reasons Why Your Employees Should Quit Their Jobs for 2 Weeks
Managing Employees

3 Reasons Why Your Employees Should Quit Their Jobs for 2 Weeks

Sometimes new work creates the best work -- and your employees need a break from the routine once in a while.
Steve Leonard
Innovation

Everyday Innovation

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

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