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Black Holes are powerful enough to prevent light escaping, thus they are hard to detect. They form when massive stars collapse at the end of their life cycles and the power of their gravitational field sucks in anything within range. Corporate innovation has a lot in common with Black Holes.


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Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) 
by Miriam Clifford

Education must move with the times. What can be done to reach a technology-savvy generation that relies on media every free second of their time? BYOD-Bring Your Own Device, a trend that is catching on quickly. Bring Your Own Device has transformed the classroom by creating new opportunities for learning.

Finding the business model sweet spot can help companies generate both incremental growth from optimizing existing offerings and transformational growth from generating entirely new offerings. Rather than simply figuring out more streamlined or efficient ways...

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Presentation of the Week

Visual content rules the world. Understand and Conquer!


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What makes for an innovative company? An innovation initiative is not enough. Having the word "innovation" in your company slogan or all over your web site is not enough. Indeed, I would argue that any kind of focus on innovation as an end is detrimental to innovation.


Video of the Week

Kevin Allocca is YouTube's Trends Manager, and he has deep thoughts about silly web videos. In this talk from TEDYouth, he shares the 4 reasons a video goes viral.

Why Johnny Can't Innovate
by Matthew E May     

A few days ago a reporter for Investor's Business Daily contacted me by email, asking several questions about innovation. I didn't have the time to answer all of them, so I asked him what he really wanted to know. He replied that what he really wanted was a bottom line answer to the question of what makes the most difference in a company's ability to innovate. As is my inclination, I reframe such questions to be about what isn't there, versus what is.

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