Articles tagged with innovation


Mobile phone mashups: Imitation becomes innovation in China

For those of us born after 1965 it's hard to believe, but Americans once viewed Japanese cars much like they do today's products with a “made in...Read more

Phase 1 Garage: The next generation of entrepreneurship

Today the ribbon was cut on 2,000 square feet on NC State University's Centennial Campus where ten students have set up their projects in the new...Read more

The government doesn't look good naked.

So 19 months into the Open Government Directive, we seem to have a backlash. The government has spent millions of dollars collecting, organizing, and...Read more

Tried and True Tactics for Kick-starting Innovation

“To get good ideas, you need lots of ideas.” This quote by Linus Pauling is a popular one among companies who hope to gain or maintain competitive...Read more

Open Your World recap: Stefan Lindegaard on Open Innovation Revolution

After the success of our Open Your World webcast forum in May, we decided to make it a regular event. We're starting the series with Stefan...Read more

Does your organization need a "no policy" policy?

Daniel Pink published an interesting piece over the weekend in The Telegraph about Netflix 's innovative corporate policy of not having a vacation...Read more

A weak case for software patents

For all the debate and litigation around software patents, I thought that there was at least one point on which all sides could agree: the objective...Read more

Planning ahead for a new breed of "public" spaces

Think about a public space. Maybe it’s a park, or a public library, but some physical space owned by government. We have different expectations about...Read more