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  • Creativity Is Not an Accident

    Curiosity is far simpler (and more useful) than serendipity Many of our most popular stories of discovery are portrayed as accidents or matters of luck. We love these stories because they make creativity seem easy and fun. Nev...

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  • Plotting the Complex Path of Products

    Startup’s software maps supply chains for companies and consumers In March 2011, Leonardo Bonanni was preparing to defend his Ph.D. thesis about Sourcemap, software that lets consumers map every connection of a product supply chain ...

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  • In the Rush for an Agile Workforce, Pulse Surveys Emerge

    If you’re going to ask, you’d better be listening Increasingly dynamic workplaces have made organizational change an everyday reality. Demands for workforce agility require a step up from those commanding—particularly ...

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  • How Biases Can Ruin Our Decisions

    The art of making a good judgment call read moreOriginal: http://www.qualitydigest.com/inside/innovation-article/042616-how-biases-can-ruin-our-decisions.html By: Ryan E. Day @ Quality DigestPosted: April 26, 2016, 10:58 pm

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  • Continuous Improvement Accelerates (and Eases) Growth at Hub Pen

    Millions of customized pens, 100-percent employee participation read moreOriginal: http://www.qualitydigest.com/inside/innovation-article/041216-continuous-improvement-accelerates-and-eases-growth-hub-pen.html By: Ryan E. Day @ Quality ...

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  • The Science Behind Great Product Design

    It’s more than know-it-when-you-see-it quality     Back in 2004, I was saddled with a two-hour commute to work almost every day. Fortunately, I had something with me to make the experience more bearable: my new third-generation iPod. Many of you probably remember your...

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  • Low-Cost and Lightweight

    Strongest titanium alloy aims at improving fuel economy and reducing emissions     An improved titanium alloy—stronger than any commercial titanium alloy currently on the market—gets its strength from the novel way atoms are arranged to form a special nanostruct...

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  • How Automakers Can Think Like a Disruptor

    It’s not your grandfather’s Oldsmobile business model anymore     I t wasn’t that long ago that GM ran commercials advertising that its Oldsmobile division didn’t just produce cars for your grandfather, but also for everyone else. It was an atte...

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  • How Do We Uncouple Global Development From Resource Use?

    Maintaining economic growth while streamlining resource use     The world is using its natural resources at an ever-increasing rate. Worldwide, annual extraction of primary materials—biomass, fossil fuels, metal ores, and minerals—tripled between 1970 and 2010. ...

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  • How Industrial Firms Can Pivot to Digital Business Models

    Fast-tracking a new way to operate for the manufacturing industry     Have you seen the recent commercial where a young son tells his parents that he’s going to work for GE—as a software developer? Their response was one of bewilderment. In their minds, GE is a ...

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