Category Archives: invention

Sarah Miller Caldicott (1957-2017) Illuminating Collaborative Innovation

The innovation community has unexpectedly lost a dear friend, colleague, and collaborator. Sarah Miller Caldicott was a great-grandniece of Thomas Alva Edison and, in several books and insightful presentations, she illuminated Edison's collaborative genius and further reignited his relevance today. Sarah Miller Caldicott (1957-2017) will be dearly missed.

Is Digital Technology Really Making Us Any Better Off?

When Steve Jobs was trying to lure John Sculley from his lofty position as CEO at Pepsi to Apple, he asked him, “Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life, or do you want to come with me and change the world?” The ploy worked and Sculley became the first major CEO ...

Shape-shifting Tech Will Change The World As We Know It

Screen Shot 2016-02-19 at 10.53.28 AMWhat will the world look like when we move beyond the keyboard and mouse? Interaction designer Sean Follmer is building a future with machines that bring information to life under your fingers as you work with it. In this talk, check out prototypes for a 3D shape-shifting table, a phone that turns into a wristband, a deformable game controller and more that may change the way we live and work. Continue reading

GOAL!!! The Definitive Guide to Developing Outcomes for Your Innovation Program

The room was hushed. The presenter had completed a very thorough presentation of using their tool to develop a robust innovation program, with all the fixings: the goals were clearly set out, the right people were involved at every level of the organization (yep, they had not one but two executive sponsors), the plan to… Read More »

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