Conscious Capitalism: Conversation with Raj Sisodia, Part Four

Raj Sisodia is the Professor of Global Business, Babson College, Co-founder & Co-Chairman, Conscious Capitalism, Inc. Raj has written ten books and over 100 academic […]

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Untold Stories Of Everyday Innovators Inside Organizations

Lisa was the administrative assistant to the CEO of a global consulting firm. Her innovative approach to her work became the best practices that gave […]

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Digital banks look more like Big Tech and vice versa

I found it interesting to hear that many of the banks focused upon digital are studying, visiting, talking to and hiring people from the Big […]

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Things worth reading: 18th January 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Another thing you may not know about Bitcoin: it’s killing the planet | Ethan Lou JPMorgan board raises Dimon’s […]

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Asteroid Rate Jumped in Solar System’s Past

An analysis of lunar craters has found that we’ve been living in a relatively violent period in cosmic history. Read more… Powered by WPeMatico

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We Need Real Scientific Breakthroughs To Build A Clean Energy Economy

A decade ago, clean energy seemed like a pipe dream. Solar panels, windmills and electric cars were widely considered to be something for wealthy tree […]

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Digital banks are led by clear customer-obsessed principles

Another key factor of the digital banks I’m talking to is that the customer is their primary focus. Not the shareholder, the investor, the quarterly […]

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Things worth reading: 17th January 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Excessive bank fees for unarranged overdrafts to be banned Bank of England sees UK current account risk from Brexit […]

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Unscrambling the Hidden Secrets of Superpermutations

A science fiction novelist and an internet commenter made breakthroughs on a longstanding problem about the number of ways you can arrange a set of […]

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Doing digital needs the Board’s mandate

Another key factor in building a truly digital bank is commitment. Commitment right from the top and, by the top, I don’t just mean the […]

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Social Innovation and Open Innovation – Two Sides of the Same Coin

Charlotte Peleszezak is graduated in International business law and entrepreneurship from HEC Paris. Her professional thesis examined the link between open innovation and corporate social […]

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Things worth reading: 16th January 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Ivanka Trump for World Bank president? Deutsche Bank’s Future Lies in the Hands of These Six Players Blow To […]

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How Nearby Stellar Explosions Could Have Killed Off Large Animals

Subatomic particles called muons are thought to have streamed through the atmosphere and irradiated megafauna like the monster shark megalodon. Read more… Powered by WPeMatico

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Welcome to Innovation Resorts

Dear Innovator, On behalf of the staff at Innovation Resorts, welcome. We hope you enjoy your stay and please do not hesitate to contact us […]

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Things worth reading: 15th January 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Four former Barclays executives deny fraud charges ahead of trial Global economy fears grow as China and eurozone slump […]

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The Brain Maps Out Ideas and Memories Like Spaces

Emerging evidence suggests that the brain encodes abstract knowledge in the same way that it represents positions in space, which hints at a more universal […]

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Make Your Next Corporate Offsite a Disruptive Innovation Jam

How to transform a boring leadership offsite into an inspiring springboard for the future I’ve been fortunate to work with thousands of executives from many household […]

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Here’s What Our Quantum Future Will Look Like

Quantum computing is the hot new thing. With Moore’s Law ending, there is a mad rush to find a new avenue for advancement. To optimists, […]

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The new FinTech bank

For years, I’ve been wondering why people in business operations couldn’t align their needs with the people delivering technology in the organisation. The CIO would […]

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Things worth reading: 14th January 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Digital bank Tandem eyes IPO as customer numbers continue to surge Visa and Mastercard’s Chinese Entry Delayed by Central […]

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The Finanser’s Week: 7th January – 12th January 2019

The main blog headlines are … My view of 2019 So, I’ve been summarising other people’s views of the year ahead from a variety of […]

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This Could Be the World’s Single Largest Industry By 2050. Are You Ready For It?

Every so often an innovation comes along that becomes a watershed for the next 100 years. For the 21st Century, this is it. Few things […]

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What You Must Know Before Creating an Innovation Culture

If we’re serious about developing an innovation culture it probably helps to explore a little bit more around what’s involved…. Raise your hand if you […]

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Dr. Asshole

In 2004, Stanford Professor Robert Sutton published “More Trouble Than They’re Worth” in the Harvard Business Review. His subsequent book, The No Asshole Rule, expanded on the theme […]

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