I run a global business accelerator and from 2010–2018, our team interviewed over 6,000 entrepreneurs and leaders in the UK, USA, Australia and Singapore. We discovered a common journey that businesses
Jony Ive discusses the importance and absurdity between leveraging ‘curiosity’ and the focus to ‘solve problems’
The Cambridge Union Society announced that Jony Ive had won its Stephen Hawking Fellowship award earlier this year. As part of the accolade, Ive recently delivered a lecture at Cambridge University’s hall.
Last night in Cambridge, the great English university city, Sir Jony Ive was awarded the Stephen Hawking Fellowship. The fellowship was set up last year and awarded to Professor Hawking, whose acceptance
Ever fall deeply in love with a business idea on paper, only to find out that in reality it doesn’t resonate with customers? It’s a story I’ve seen play out a lot, experiencing many failures of my own
Don't Expect Anyone to Tell You About These 4 Rock Solid Innovation Principles, But They Are Absolutely Crucial
Every enterprise needs to innovate. It doesn't matter whether you are a profit-seeking business, a nonprofit organization or a government entity, the simple truth is that every business model fails eventually,
It’s widely believed that the most successful entrepreneurs are young. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Mark Zuckerberg were in their early twenties when they launched what would become world-changing companies.
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The first mistake we make when we pitch our "great idea" to stakeholders is that we lead with our solution. We spend a disproportionate amount
Throughout the years, many people have doubted Jeff Bezos and Amazon. He’s most famous today for being the richest person alive, and while his image in the media oscillates between both good and bad, thing
I've been fortunate enough to be the chair of an annual innovation conference for 10 years, and in that time we've always had a student competition. One team's idea has always "stuck" with me, because
There is a classic stereotype of the Silicon Valley entrepreneur: often a computer science nerd, almost certainly male, ambitious and, most importantly, young — very young. Founders who have been covered
A new TV show will send a self-made billionaire 'undercover' to see if he can build a million-dollar company from nothing
• Discovery is about to begin production on a new show called "Undercover Billionaire."• In the show, an unnamed self-made billionaire will try to create a million-dollar company from scratch in 90 days.•
The popular media is full of examples of bad leaders in government, academia, and business. But the most common kind of incompetent leader isn’t the ranting, narcissistic sociopath that might immediately