Google went public 10 years ago today, and since then has dramatically changed the way the world accesses information. It has also helped shape the practice of management. Staying true to its roots as
A Stanford engineering professor challenges our ideas on imagination and creativity with a new approach to problem solving. Everything really comes down to solving problems. To be successful and a leader
One of the biggest challenges a company can face is changing people’s behavior — getting them to collaborate and be humble, for example, or put the company’s long-term interests first. Most behavior-change
The chips inside driverless cars will be as powerful as those used in some supercomputers, according to Danny Shapiro, senior director of automotive at Nvidia The car of the future will be the most powerful
I've been reflecting on what it was like each time I started a new venture. For Rubicon Project, my co-founders and I were brimming with excitement, passion, and energy. We knew what we were creating going
Earlier this year the Conference Board released the results of a survey of CEOs to identify their most critical challenges. The hands-down winner was the challenge of human capital, especially leadership.
A 1985 article in the New York Times wondered what had happened to the fad of laptop computers, which had (the article claimed) been relatively common in the early 1980s but had since dropped in popularity.
Policy Horizons Canada worked with futurist and data visualizer Michell Zappa of Envisioning to produce a report called MetaScan 3: Emerging Technologies and accompanying infographics. We are reproducing
What’s more critical to producing a breakthrough innovation – finding creative people or finding creative ideas? This is a question Pixar head Ed Catmull has asked a great many people, and he says they
What building this year’s Most Innovative Companies list taught us about the current state of play. What have you done for me lately? That is the demanding filter we use to assess candidates for our annual
Is innovation one of your employees' top strengths? It turns out the smaller your company is, the likelier you are to answer no to that question. This surprising finding comes from a recent survey by Half
I do not pretend to start with precise questions. I do not think you can start with anything precise. You have to achieve such precision as you can, as you go along. — Bertrand Russell The biggest challenge
Organizations spend a staggering amount of time, energy, and money on innovation programs that lack vision or strategy. Announcing a quota for innovation initiatives without communicating why or how it