IP Protection Issues for Innovators & Product Managers

Product Managers and Innovators - Intellectual Property IssuesInnovators and product managers need to know the basics of what IP is and when it should be considered in the development lifecycle. Thankfully, the basics are easily understood when explained by an expert teacher, and I found just such a person to talk with, patent attorney Dan Brean Continue reading

The Five Keys to Successful Change

5 Keys to Successful ChangeMy second book, a followup to Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire, is in the copy editing process and will be coming out soon. While my first book helped people identify and remove barriers to innovation, my next book is designed to make the process of planning change efforts less overwhelming and more human. Continue reading

Rapid Pace Change in Organizational Landscape

Rapid Pace Change in Organizational Landscape  - innovation excellenceIn just the past five years alone, we can see how much the landscape in which current organizations are operating is changing at a rapid pace. Rodrigo Canales, PhD, an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Yale School of Management, studies how organizations can build a powerful innovation capacity in response to these market forces. Continue reading

5 Key Takeaways from the Chief Innovation Officer Summit Sydney

5 Key Takeaways from the Chief Innovation Officer Summit SydneyThe recent Chief Innovation Officer Summit in Sydney assembled Australia’s leading voices under one roof for a two-day master class on how to innovate. Delegates from a spectrum as diverse as healthcare, media and finance shared how they’re bringing innovation into the Australian enterprise at a time of unprecedented change when even formerly safe industries are under tension. Continue reading

Why Businesses Back Innovation Centers

Over a year ago, I wrote 3 Reasons You Need A Silicon Valley Incubator, so once again I pat myself  on the back for predicting that eventually this would become commonplace. Comes with the job of being a futurist, I guess. One of the reasons my company has set up a practice to help organizations […]

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Homework for Health: About your cholesterol…

Cholesterol12Innovationedge has been working with Ann Liebeskind, a Fox Cities physician in northeast Wisconsin specializing in the Lipids (Cholesterol Management) field. Through Ann, we learned that the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, and the American Academy of Pediatrics updated their guidelines and recommended screening all kids for cholesterol problems.

The guidelines are a step in the right direction but Ann saw the need for more cholesterol education that was simplified, engaging and appealing to kids and families.

The new pediatric guidelines, along with the lack of family-friendly materials, inspired Ann to start Homework For Health, a kid and family-friendly website. To learn more about Homework For Health, go to the website at homeworkforhealth.com We encourage you to visit the site and provide feedback by completing a short survey.

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