"Innovation" Blogs & Blog Posts

Technology and OrganizationsTechnology and Organizations

Integrating technology, organization, and people -- for TOP Management. In...

 
Peter Mellalieu's resources for curriculum innovation and studyPeter Mellalieu's resources for curriculum innovation and study

Essays, brief reports, and slide-presentations about my current work projec...

 
All the 7th FloorsAll the 7th Floors

We are t7F London brand strategists for the real world. We named our blog â...

 
PieheadPiehead

The world of Philip Slade. Found stuff and off beat thinking, from an over ...

 
Modern MarketingModern Marketing

Strategic view of marketing and media as the world pivots from broadcast to...

 


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At Natural Training, we like to keep things simple.  We see no reason to over complicate sales, which is why we have developed a simple three-stage insight selling tool.  It is easy to follow, memorable and above all it works.  The approach hinges...

 Another season, another group of startups presenting as part of 500 Startups’ 21st demo day. This time around, 29 companies pitched on stage at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. We noticed strong trends in healthcare focused b...

A group of Japanese scientists have created an “inflammation-free, lightweight, stretchable” e-skin sensor capable of lasting for up to a week, published in Nature Nanotechnology this week. The new development could open the way for medic...

The Internet of Things is a behemoth. IoT companies number nearly 3,000, employ 10 times that, and have created over $600 billion in value. But this behemoth is also mysterious, and, at times, confusing. So what exactly is IoT and who is involved? Ac...

 It’s been pretty obvious for a few months now, but Google has finally admitted that it’s running its own investment fund targeting machine intelligence startups. The fund will go by the name Gradient Ventures and provide capital, re...

Facial recognition technology is more prevalent than ever before. It's being used to identify people in airports, put a stop to child sex trafficking, and shame jaywalkers.  But the technology isn't perfect. One major flaw: It sometimes can't te...