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Black, Hot Ice May Be Nature’s Most Common Form of Water

A new experiment confirms the existence of “superionic ice,” a bizarre form of water ice that might comprise the bulk of giant icy planets throughout […]

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How Open Innovation led by Purchasing works brilliantly at GRTGaz

Mathilde Delignou is Project Manager Open Innovation and partnership at GRTgaz, one of the leading European operators in natural gas transmission. What is uncommon is that […]

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The Subtle Art of the Mathematical Conjecture

It’s an educated guess, not a proof. But a good conjecture will guide math forward, pointing the way into the mathematical unknown. Read more… Powered […]

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Embracing Your Company’s ‘Digital Destiny’

Every single industry has a “digital destiny” – an inevitable and unavoidable future that will be shaped by the forces of digital technology. There are […]

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The Entrepreneurial vs the Clinical Mindset

Innovation starts with the right mindset. So, if you are a sick care professional, like a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, dentist or allied health professional interested in […]

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Decouple the Value Chain to Drive Digital Disruption

“Decoupling” the value chain is the next big strategy for digital innovation and business models Digital disruption isn’t just about the internet or mobile technology. […]

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Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Find Your Tribe

While history tends to single out individuals, the truth is that when you look behind the story of any heroic leader, what you find is […]

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Universal Pattern Explains Why Materials Conduct

Mathematicians have found that materials conduct electricity when electrons follow a universal mathematical pattern. Read more… Powered by WPeMatico

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Older Innovators: The Surprising Answer To Our Country’s Talent Gap

Four years ago, I was fortunate enough to lead Panasonic’s people efforts for the world’s largest startup, the Tesla/Panasonic Gigafactory. As my team was tasked […]

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Can you Teach Intuition?

When I walked into the boardroom I knew something was seriously off key here. The new CEO was sitting with his back to his team. […]

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When to Pull the Plug… and LEARN

Creating a new venture, championing a new process or offering a new course or program is exciting. However, statistically, it is more likely you will fail […]

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Brains Speed Up Perception by Guessing What’s Next

Your expectations shape and quicken your perceptions. A new model that explains how that happens also suggests it’s time to update theories about sensory perception […]

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Bringing Agile Innovation Into The Stage Gate Process

  Everyone is talking about how to speed up their innovation process. Or, at least make it more efficient. It is the current hot topic, […]

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These Are the Skills Your Kids Will Need for the Future (Hint: It’s Not Coding)

An education is supposed to prepare you for the future. Traditionally, that meant learning certain facts and skills, like when Columbus discovered America or how […]

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The Sun Is Stranger Than Astrophysicists Imagined

The sun radiates far more high-frequency light than expected, raising questions about unknown features of the sun’s magnetic field and the possibility of even more […]

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Moroccan Adventure: 21 Days of Trying Not to Think About Innovation

On a recent adventure tour of Morocco with seven dear friends and a super country guide (pictured on my right), my goal was to disconnect […]

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With a Simple Twist, a ‘Magic’ Material Is Now the Big Thing in Physics

The stunning emergence of a new type of superconductivity with the mere twist of a carbon sheet has left physicists giddy, and its discoverer nearly […]

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Validate the Business Model Before Building It

One of the best ways to learn is to make a prototype. Prototypes come in many shapes and sizes, but their defining element is the […]

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Getting to Why

In their classic book on negotiation and persuasion, Fisher and Ury outline the steps to get to yes. They suggest the following approach: Separate the people from […]

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Game of Thrones, Star Trek and Innovation

I recently wrote a couple of articles for Innovation Excellence that explored innovation insights we can glean from science fiction writers.  In this article, I […]

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Dark Matter Gets a Reprieve in New Analysis

A strange glow coming from the Milky Way’s center was thought to be due to ordinary pulsars. But a new look at a years-old study […]

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The Dream Customer

In 2012, the first major collaboration between Chrysler and Fiat produced a brand new version of the classic 1970s Dodge Dart, to a lukewarm reception. […]

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What is your Waterproof Teabag?

Consider for a moment these self-contradictory innovations: The solar-powered flashlight The inflatable dartboard The underwater hairdryer The waterproof teabag The concrete liferaft At first sight […]

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How IBM, Google and Amazon Innovate Differently

Every organization strives to innovate, but few succeed consistently over time. That’s why so many once dominant companies hit a peak and then decline. A […]

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Scientists Discover Nearly 200,000 Kinds of Ocean Viruses

New work raises the estimated diversity of viruses in the seas more than twelvefold and lays the groundwork for a better understanding of their impact […]

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