Monthly Archives: July 2014

Innovation Questions of the Day

As a parent and someone who is focused and passionate about helping organizations create a sustainable innovation culture for their organization, I'm always thinking about inspirational questions to help put people in the right mindset to innovation, thinking about what subjects our educational institutions should be teaching in order to create tomorrow's innovative workforce. Lately I came up with a couple of questions I'd like to share with you.

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Combating the Dark Side of Technology (Part 3)

It'’s fitting that I originally penned the third installment of my “Combating the Dark Side of Technology” series on Martin Luther King day. He’s an icon of the power of narrative and its role in building movements that can fundamentally change how we live and work. Narratives are a third key component in our quest to move beyond the dark side of technology.

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Will Product Intelligence Develop the Next Sensor Device?

Kobi Gershoni oversees Signals' research methodologies and analytics team. Today he shares data visualization and a Personal Healthcare case study that demonstrates how open source intelligence, or the practice of connecting the dots between publicly available source types, enables a new path to evidence-based decision support for new product development. Let’s see how it works...

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