I once asked Fred Smith, the founder of FedEx, what led him to start the company back in 1971. He explained that, at the time, he was running a company at the Little Rock, Arkansas, airport, refurbishing executive aircraft. It was there he began to notice that with increasing frequency, business people were showing up at his company to see…
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Today we have a treat for you. Cutting edge attention monitoring software, Attently, is just hitting the market and is revolutionizing how we analyze audience engagement for live events. We are fortunate enough to have Eric Solie, CEO and founder, here to tell us a bit more about his incredible technology and his experiences in starting his own business.
How do you know if you’re ready to lead an innovation team? Robert B. Tucker covers this question and more in this interview on developing leaders of innovation.
Today marks the first day of The Economist 2017 Innovation Summit, a yearly seminar hosted by The Economist Magazine and geared towards helping businesses thrive in an ever-changing world.
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This article is a transcript from the YouTube video on “The Future of Banking.”
During the past 12 months, my team and I at The Innovation Resource in California have gone in search of innovative Main Street banks and what we are finding is truly inspiring.
The challenge is to avoid personal obsolescence, and to thrive amidst the churn. And that’s why I believe in developing a Personal Innovation Strategy — a written out game plan to keep you on course and adding value no matter what’s going on in your life right now.
Here is a 6-step trend tracking process I use with clients to spot opportunities in change, and avoid being blindsided by disruption: