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Richard Haasnoot Profile

Richard Haasnoot Profile

Richard Haasnoot is an innovation expert and is currently the leader of two leading innovation companies in the world. In his life as entrepreneur and innovator, he has guided many organizations towards success. Apart from this, he also authored several ...

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Lon Safko on the Fusion Marketing Bible

Lon Safko on the Fusion Marketing Bible

Listen to this Informative Interview with Lon Safko on The Fusion Marketing Bible (Can’t See Radio Player Click Here) The Fusion Marketing concept and the Safko Wheel is so revolutionary that it has been accepted by the United States Patent ...

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Medical Innovation Needs Silicon Valley Speed, Stat

I’ve been directing or advising innovation and commercialization efforts in Silicon Valley for most of my career. While the popular stories we tell about innovation usually focus on eureka moments and brilliant individuals, anyone involved in successful innovation knows that getting a new product to market is often more about convincing smart people to back your idea, corralling lots of different agendas, aligning incentives, and navigating bureaucracies.

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Every Innovative Dream Team Needs These

The three types of people that are necessary for any team tasked with innovation. Bloomberg recently profiled an entrepreneurial luminary, Steve Blank, who teamed up with the National Science Foundation to teach classes for the newly formed NSF Innovation Corps. The NSF I-Corps, as it's called, seeks to commercialize new products out of U.S

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Industry Experience? Who Needs It!

The co-founder of Kayak.com explains why he prefers to hire travel industry virgins rather than people with more targeted experience. You have a position to fill and a bunch of resumes to look at. What's the first thing you scan for

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Skimmer’s Guide: The Wide Lens

Reviewing The Wide Lens: A New Strategy for Innovation, by Ron Adner. The book: The Wide Lens: A New Strategy for Innovation , by Ron Adner; Portfolio. The big idea: Invention used to be 1 percent inspiration, 99 percent perspiration.

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How To Get From A Great Idea To Actual Innovation

There's a tendency for all of us to glorify the ideation process when in fact it's the reduction to practice that's perhaps more important, says Stephen Hoover, CEO of PARC, a Xerox company. What's the formula for moving from a great idea to actual implementation?

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How To Plan Your Company’s End Game

Encyclopaedia Britannica , the 244-year-old company, recently announced it would stop printing encyclopedias. Of course this triggered a flurry of talk about the end of printed books, magazines, and newspapers and a once-great company humbled by shifts in technology

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