What the World Will Look Like for Future Generations

The factory of the future will have only two employees, a man and a dog. The man will be there to feed the dog. The dog will be there to keep the man from touching the equipment. Warren Bennis Flying cars, the Terminator and the end of poverty. If one were to believe the future […]

Mastering Innovation: Perspectives from a Certified Innovation Professional

In the second chapter of Malcolm Gladwell’s book, “Outliers: The Story of Success”, Gladwell references the 10,000 hour rule, asserting that the key to achieving true expertise in any skill is simply a matter of practicing for at least 10,000 hours. What does this mean when trying to master innovation? First, let’s examine what 10,000 […]

Top 10 Master Degree Programmes in Innovation

Today globally recognized universities offer Master Degree Programmes in Innovation or incorporate innovation study to the most successful business, engineering and the other programs. Innovation has become a subject that attracts a lot of students and creates a strong basis for their future careers. Global Innovation Management Institute has identified TOP 10 Master Degree Programmes […]

Top 3 Guidelines to Drive Innovation Results

By: Bert Fickel So often, I’m asked about best practices on how others have developed innovation within their company. While it’s not easy, there are some basic guidelines that can drive improved results. Are Your People Ready To Drive Innovation? Very often, only a few high level folks have the right skills and yet so […]

Can Large Companies Really Innovate Like Startups?

By: Dr. Irene Spitsberg, the Managing Director at InnoVentures LLC Large companies are not start-ups and never willbe. They are designed and operate differently. To innovate effectively, large companies can’t just replicate start-up principles. Rather, they must adapt them in ways that are smart and tailored to their organization. Visionary leaders understand the marketplace is rapidly changing. […]