Leadership

Do You Behave Like a Billionaire?

According to Forbes, there are about 1,826 billionaires on the planet. Of those, 290 joined the club in 2015. That’s an increase of about 19 percent. At that rate, the number of billionaires could nearly double every four years, which means that in about 90 to 94 years (depending on population growth), every man, woman, and child could be a ...

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5 Most Dangerous Things an Entrepreneur Can Do

If I’ve learned anything in my short time on Earth it’s that there is no success without taking risk-even if it’s only taking on the perception of risk. That’s exactly what stops most people; the sense that standing still is safer than moving forward. We end up stuck on the shoreline as we wait for some untold future to arrive ...

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Have You Tried New Ways to Innovate?

After relying on cost and operational efficiencies to grow the bottom line, many businesses are emerging from an innovation slumber post-recession. Now there is an imperative to refocus on organic growth. The importance of innovation in driving this growth is resurfacing to the top of the agenda. For many organizations, there are some radically new behavioural, structural and operational models of meeting this challenge are gaining popularity.

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Why R&D Spending has Almost No Correlation to Innovation

Why R&D Spending has Almost No Correlation to Innovation

A newly released infographic by Visual Capitalist shows that while the US leads in the amount of dollars spent on research and development ($463 billion), it only came in fourth place with the percentage of GDP spent on R&D (2.79 percent), just over half of the GDP percentage invested by South Korea. Beyond Korea, the US is trailing Japan and Germany.

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