education

Summer Reading List: 17 Great Books Every Innovator Should Read

I’m writing a book to give managers a more complete account of how to match problems with solutions. To do so, I’ve cast a wide net, talking to a diverse array of executives and researchers about their work. There have also been many books that I’ve found helpful. So for this summer’s list, I’d like to highlight 17 books that I think innovators should read.

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30 Academic Resources on Learning – for Educators and Innovators

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Many of us read blogs about learning and discuss the learning process with our colleagues, but few of us actually bother keeping up with the latest science. Maybe it’s because, if we do manage to identify a source or two, we are immediately turned off by all the dense scientific jargon. Or maybe it’s not always clear which resources provide information specifically on learning and not just education in general.

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What April Fool’s Day Teaches Us About Innovation

What April Fool's Day Teaches Us About Innovation

April Fool's Day was this week. Did anyone have a good prank played on them or come across a good corporate April Fool's? My favorite this year was from my alma mater, the University of Oregon. Go Ducks! We try to think a little differently at the University of Oregon and specialize in helping the world run a little faster (and more comfortably), and with some of Nike's founder behind the football team, why shouldn't they have the world's most advanced field, say, an LED field?

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Innovators: Are you tuning out?

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Am I the only one getting overwhelmed in choice, underwhelmed in content value? Are you really getting good value out of the time you are putting in or just filling in your time? I wanted to ask ‘out loud’ some questions to you.

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