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Universidad de Navarra Why do start-ups seem to have an easier time than established companies do in coming up with breakthrough innovations? Is it the people, the organizational structure or the culture? More than anything else it is incumbents'
Of course, the broadcasters and their supporters in the copyright maximalist world insist that this is all hyperbole and exaggeration -- but it appears that even many of their "friends" agree. The LA Times is Hollywood's hometown paper, and it
Television is often sniffily and snittily dismissed by its critics as a vast wasteland, but things aren't quite so totally bereft of substance and value. To illustrate, on local TV, Lance Raymundo delighted viewers recently when he showed how
Every morning between 6.00 am and 10.00 thousands of people pour into the trains at Cambridge rail station. This is Cambridge, England, seat of perhaps the most prestigious university in the world. All these people are headed to London, the magnet in
Jill Lepore has written a great article in the debunking the hyping of "disruptive innovation" as the key to success in business and everything else. It's not a bah-humbug piece; it is instead a careful takedown, in which she goes back to the case
I'm a Red Rocket VC, expert in growth strategy, staffing & financing 6/26/2014 @ 11:04AM 69 views Finalizing Your Technology Development Plan? Talk To Marketing First Most startups get a great new idea, and their immediate instinct to start coding
UBM Canon's long-running Midwest manufacturing event will take place October 15-16, 2014 , at the Convention Center in With four co-located trade shows, the event will bring thousands of exhibitors and attendees to the area.
Anyone who has ever attended a tech startup convention held anywhere in the last five years, knows that the word being thrown around the most was ‘disruption’. Disruptive technology is one which creates such an impact in
A Look at the Economy of the Future (Motiongraphic) The big theory of disruption holds sway. The idea in question, about disruption, belongs to Clayton Christensen, a Harvard Business School professor who introduced it in his 1997 book , The
June 25, 2014 Local Motors, Inc. , the world's leading open-source hardware innovation company, today announced a new marketing partnership with TechShop. This new collaboration brings together two, like-minded communities of makers, and empowers the