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We pushed the innovation envelope!

I spent this past week in beautiful La Jolla, Calif., chairing the Co-Dev 2012 Conference. Here top innovation leaders from all over the country joined me in addressing open innovation’s critical role in achieving higher returns while managing risk, costs and uncertainty. I have been attending the conference for many years, and every year there […]

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THE ULTIMATE LEARNING EXPERIENCE IN COLLABORATION

Many inventors, entrepreneurs and companies I’ve worked with have been embracing some unusual and unique creative strategies to deliver innovation and growth. It’s that kind of creativity that brings me to Portugal this morning, presenting at the 12th annual European Conference on Creativity and Innovation. It’s a hands-on experience in which I am helping leaders […]

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Eco-friendly bioplastics inspire innovation

I am very excited about the new developments in bioplastics research! Within the past few years there have been numerous new-to-market plastic products that either decompose in the landfill or make the recycling process cheaper, easier and more environmentally friendly. One company from France has launched a plastic “coffee pod” (like the kind used in […]

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Coca-Cola goes green with billboard made of trees

Coke is making a bold –and green–statement about the environment in the Philippines. This billboard was launched June 23 in Makati City. The 60 x 60 – foot advertisement is surrounded by hundreds of green Fukien tea plants, which can pull pollutants from the air. The campaign is part of the Coca-Cola Philippines’ Live Positively […]

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