I am a daily reader of hbr.org. As of this writing you can get an annual digital subscription for $99/year. It is definitely worth the
Hear! Hear! Engineers are very good at solving problems using math, science, and technology. The problem occurs when they are solving the wrong problem. To
Research on STEM education from The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation. Refueling the U.S. Innovation Economy: Fresh Approaches to STEM Education
From the CIO of the General Services Administration – Around the Corner by Casey Coleman.
A must read from William Duggan and strategy+business magazine – How Aha! Really Happens.
The transcript of Ira Flatow’s interview with Steven Johnson, the author of “Where Good Ideas Come From” is available at Searching For The Origins of
Here are 31 Innovation Questions (and Answers) To Kick Off the New Year from Scott Anthony’s Harvard Business Review blog. I especially like #10 –
This is worth the quick read. The Innovator’s Pledge – Scott Anthony – Harvard Business Review Also, don’t forget to browse through the comments.
Innovation in Practice: Innovation and Humor compares the processes of understanding jokes and innovation. They both make sense only in hindsight. Since “an abstract concept
Are you looking for the most innovative region to live and do business in? Check out the following report. The 2010 State New Economy Index