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3 Essentials for Safeguarding Against Sloppy Product Execution

Nobody sets out to do poor work. Procedures are how you avoid mistakes you can't afford.

Aaron Price

· 3 min read

To Harness Creativity, You Need to First Understand Its Neural Magic.

This expert explains the brain's role in how ideas survive and thrive.

Linda Lacina

· 1 min read

This Architect Shares What You Gain When You Think Like an Outsider

On our latest podcast 'How Success Happens' Witold Rybczynski shares how studying everyday things can reveal some surprising insights on the nature of invention.

Linda Lacina

· 2 min read

5 Traits That Distinguish True Innovators

It's one thing to be the first to market with an idea, but it's another to bring something totally new to the table.

Adam Toren

· 5 min read

8 Entrepreneurial Skills Your Kids Need to Succeed in Life and Work (Infographic)

A changing market means your children need to learn more than just business as usual. Teach these concepts to prepare them for what's around the corner.

Nadya Khoja

· 4 min read

What the Creation of Apple's iPhone Teaches Us About Innovation

Despite what you may believe about Steve Jobs, it isn't something that can happen if you go it alone.

Nina Zipkin

· 5 min read

For Real Impact, Entrepreneurs Must Do More Than Solve Big Problems

Ankur Jain, the founder of the Kairos Society, reflects on how opportunity has evolved and what entrepreneurs must understand now.

Linda Lacina

· 8 min read

Web Pioneer Tim Berners-Lee Wins Computing's Highest Award

It's recognition for building the basics of the modern internet.

Jon Fingas

· 2 min read

Common Sense Is Key If You Want to Be a Business Innovator

Learning to be a business innovator isn't hard – if you keep a few simple rules in mind.

Glenn Llopis

· 8 min read

The 10 Best Motivational Books of 2016

Deeply authentic accounts of personal trials, hard-learned truths and unexpected epiphanies teach readers that anything is possible -- once you understand that hard work alone isn't enough.

Deep Patel

· 6 min read

Heimlich, Creator of the Maneuver to Save Choking Victims, Dies at 96

The doctor came up with the ground-breaking technique in 1974 after reading about the high rate of choking deaths in restaurants.

Reuters

· 6 min read

How an Obsessive Movie-Goer Reinvented the Theater's Favorite Food

This entrepreneur turned his popcorn problem into a profitable business.

Gloria Dawson

· 5 min read