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Innovations succeed when work is recognized

Regardless of industry, organizations are still struggling with the lack of return on their innovation investments. Many of these organizations have well thought out formalized visions, missions, goals and objectives. Sometimes they may have also even already deployed innovation processes and metrics as well. However the innovation that they eventually bring to market is often […]

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CoDev 2013: Open Innovation in La Jolla!

  Over the past decade, CoDev conferences have been a driving force in leading a cross-industry exchange on the evolution of open innovation practices. Today, open innovation is no longer viewed as an optional business strategy —companies now recognize the potential value creation an open innovation approach can yield and are committed to evolving company […]

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Can We Drive Innovation If Creativity Is in Crisis?

Often in a weak or struggling economy, government funding for the arts is at risk of being cut off or greatly reduced. What a tragedy! The arts helps equip our next generation to think outside the box to come up with innovative solutions in many areas. A friend of mine, Jan Mirenda Smith, wrote the […]

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Innovation Everywhere: Join us!

I’ll be in Miami in a couple of weeks for the annual Consumer Goods Growth & Innovation Forum– the only event dedicated specifically to the new product process in the CG industry! I hope you can join me on  September 19 – 21, at the W Hotel in South Beach for this amazing event we’re titling, […]

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