Prashant Yeshwant Joglekar

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Apple’s Shrinking Impact in the Smartphone Industry

<i>This post was updated on February 3.</i><p>Apple is the poster child for how to make a disruption strategy successful over time.<p>Back in 2007, when it launched the iPhone, Apple took functions that few mobile devices had previously provided and made them accessible to millions of consumers. Subsequent …

Innovation

What the GE Innovation Barometer really tells us

Like many of you I look forward to the annual reports about innovation that a number of larger corporations and consulting firms publish. It's …

Innovation

The surprisingly logical minds of babies

How do babies learn so much from so little so quickly? In a fun, experiment-filled talk, cognitive scientist Laura Schulz shows how our young ones …

The first secret of design is ... noticing

As human beings, we get used to "the way things are" really fast. But for designers, the way things are is an opportunity ... Could things be better? …

UX Design

This app knows how you feel -- from the look on your face

Our emotions influence every aspect of our lives -- how we learn, how we communicate, how we make decisions. Yet they're absent from our digital …

Apps

How a driverless car sees the road

Statistically, the least reliable part of the car is ... the driver. In 2015, Chris Urmson was head of Google's driverless car program, one of …

Driverless Cars

The nerd's guide to learning everything online

Some of us learn best in the classroom, and some of us ... well, we don't. But we still love to learn -- we just need to find the way that works for …

A new study finds a key component of effective leadership is surprisingly simple

In fact, research suggests that extroversion is generally a strong predictor of successful leadership.<p>Yet a new analysis of 25 studies, led by Dana Joseph, Ph.D., at the University of Central Florida, complicates the idea that simply being outgoing is enough to make you an outstanding leader. Now, …

Leadership

The Research Is Clear: Long Hours Backfire for People and for Companies

Andrew Nguyen/HBR STAFF<p>Managers want employees to put in long days, respond to their emails at all hours, and willingly donate their off-hours — nights, weekends, vacation — without complaining. The underlings in this equation have little control; overwork cascades from the top of the …

The Workplace

The Future Of The Internet, According To Its Father

Geeking out with Vint Cerf<p>The Internet has changed a lot over its 30-something years. That terrible dial-up noise is gone; the Ethernet cord has been cut; Tinder happened. What’s next? If anyone knows, it’s Vint Cerf, Google’s vice president and chief Internet evangelist. He is considered a “father …

13 Apps to Inspire Creativity

If you haven’t fallen off the resolutions wagon yet… congrats. If as soon as week one ended, so did your good intentions, we totally hear you. But one resolution that’s always worth keeping is continually trying to bring creativity to your life every day. In our obsession with doing just that, …

Creativity

Coursera nabs $43M to bring online education to emerging markets

Coursera today raised $43 million in funding to market online education to millions of students globally.<p>In the new wave of education technology, online education providers like Coursera are generating a great deal of hype. It’s not all that surprising, given that the Massive Open Online Courses …

The Innovator's Curse

When Clay Christensen discusses innovation (for example his talk at BoxWorks here) he puts forward theories on the causes of success and failure of …

How To Build An Internal Social Network That Your Company Loves

By Chris Dannenlong Read<p>When Shane Atchison took the job of CEO at Possible Worldwide in April, he needed a way to get in sync with 1,100 people …

Procter & Gamble

Disruption Vs. Innovation: What's The Difference?

People are sometimes confused about the difference between innovation and disruption. It’s not exactly black and white, but there are real distinctions, and it’s not just splitting hairs. Think of it this way: Disruptors are innovators, but not all innovators are disruptors — in the same way that a …