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  • Working with the Most Innovative European Universities

    A new league table examines the most innovative universities in Europe. How many is your organization working with to drive your own innovation? Continue reading → Original: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2016/06/14/working-with-the-most-innovative-european-universities/ By: Adi...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, People & Skills, Strategy, collaboration, ip, Patent, research, University

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  • Web Spiders’ Chatbot Now Covers Products, Services, and News

    Web Spiders Inc. per PRWeb has announced the launch of comprehensive chatbot platform. Powered by Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Artificial Intelligence, this new platform offers a new channel of conversational commerce for eCommerce & Retail, Publishing, Banking & Finance, Travel ...

    Tags: big data, data management, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Daily | Data News, Data Education, Education Resources For Use & Management of Data, Smart Data News, artificial intelligence, chatbot, natural language processing, research, Web Spiders, Web Spiders Inc.

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  • Industrial Statistics – Research vs Practice

      2013 American Statistical Association (ASA) Deming Lecture: Industrial Statistics – Research vs Practice by Vijay Nair, University of Michigan. In his talk Dr. Nair referenced the article, W. Edwards Deming: The Story ofa Truly Remarkable Person, by Robert B. Austenfeld. He also re...

    Tags: process thinking, video, control charts, interaction, research, spc, statistics, webcasts

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  • Innovation Needs To Shift From Disrupting Markets To Tackling Grand Challenges

    When Steve Jobs was trying to lure John Sculley to be Apple’s CEO in the early 1980’s, 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?” Sculley would achieve little at Apple, but Jobs would late...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Cancer, disruption, energy, grand challenges, human genome, research, Science

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  • Let’s Get Real About Innovation Hurdles

    This is a brief case study for meaningful & constructive conversations about why things aren’t working within our innovation efforts. — Quick intro I’m passionate about helping people take their best ideas to market, and I’m fully aware that ideas can come from anyone ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Case Study, collaboration, culture, Innovation, Case study, change, Design, Experience Innovation, growth, Innovation Perspectives, Leadership, Management, People & Skills, Processes & Tools, research, Strategy, technology

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  • Five Innovation Lessons from 3M

    3M is an iconic innovative company. Although mostly known for “sticky and scratchy things” (post-its and sandpaper), 3M have over 55,000 products, releasing 25 new products per week and had over 3700 global patents granted in 2016. Over 90,000 employees, 200 manufacturing plants and 8...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, collaboration, culture, Leadership, Strategy, 15% Rule, 3M, research

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  • Why R&D Spending has Almost No Correlation to Innovation

    A newly released infographic by Visual Capitalist shows that while the US leads in the amount of dollars spent on research and development ($463 billion), it only came in fourth place with the percentage of GDP spent on R&D (2.79 percent), just over half of the GDP percentage invested by Sout...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Apple, Feature Of The Week, Industry, Infographic, Innovation, Leadership, Management, R&D, Strategy, Creativity, Disruptive Innovation, Global Spending, research

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  • Why Private Equity Firms Should Leverage Innovation

    Once Private Equity Groups understand how Innovation works and how it can be used to inspire transformative growth, Innovation will be one of the foremost toolkits in a segment that ignores its power. Original: http://innovationexcellence.com/blog/2018/04/05/why-private-equity-firms-should-lev...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Culture & Values, Finance, Industry, evaluation, growth trajectory, Investment, research

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  • How Universities Support Recombinative Innovation

    The importance of recombination is something I’ve touched upon numerous times over the years.  Indeed, research suggests that innovations today are much more likely to apply an existing innovation in new ways than to invent something truly unique. The study highlights that 40% of all p...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, collaboration, Innovation, Open Innovation, R&D, Research, academia, recombination, research, Science

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  • You Don’t Have an Innovation Problem, You Have a Trust Problem! (Part 3)

    In the first part of this article mini-series I demonstrated, based on my original research, that for innovation to exist, you must be able to create a culture of innovation, first. A culture of innovation exists when leaders give their employees autonomy, employees show accountability and are wi...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Creativity, Innovation, Leadership, Management, Research, Survey, Competence, fairness, research, trust, Values

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