Feature Of The Week

Brexit as an Innovation Opportunity

Brexit as an Innovation Opportunity

What we should be thinking about now is less how to put the broken eggs back together again, and more about how to use this instance to innovate the structure of government and how we intend to provide good governance to the people in the UK, in the EU, and more broadly what this event means in a global context.

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The Future of The Internet of Things (IoT)

There are few topics which are discussed as regularly by those in corporate venturing as the Internet of Things. But what does it actually mean? The chief analytics officer Toby Lewis from Global Corporate Venturing Analytics will chair a discussion on the main investing trends and hot topics...

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You Can Innovate Anywhere – Even Insurance Companies!

Recently I had the opportunity to have an insightful conversation with Mick Simonelli to talk about innovation challenges in the insurance industry. Mick is a dynamic thought leader on innovation in large organizations. Mick served as the senior innovation executive for USAA, and as a lead innovator within the Department of Defense, Today, Mick is an executive innovation practitioner with his work appearing on NPR, American Banker, Harvard Business Review, Workforce Magazine, Fast Company, and academic articles.

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Why Real Mistakes Lead to Bigger Innovations

The vast majority of executives (even "enlightened" innovation leaders) unwittingly kill promising innovations long before the upside or risk can be determined. This silent killer curtails or dooms most corporate innovation efforts. In this thought paper for Imaginatik's, Ramón Salinas shows us why it doesn't have to be that way.

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The 9 Rules of Innovation

So who deserves credit? Engelbart for coming up with the idea? Taylor and Kay for engineering solutions around it? Jobs for creating a marketable product that made an impact on the world? Strong arguments can be made for each, as well as for many others not mentioned here. The truth is that there are many paths to innovation. Here are nine of them.

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