Three Reasons Why Innovation Hubs Should Embrace ICOs

  Innovation hubs around the world — one of the most familiar being Silicon Valley — have many characteristics in common. Innovation is the accepted currency and fuel of these habitats: You innovate, I invest or pay for your innovation and we join other innovative individuals or entities to innovate further.   In innovation hubs, the objectives …

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No one disagrees Europe needs to step up commitment to innovation, but . . . how much appetite is there for more disruption?

The years since the financial crisis have been miserable not only for growth in Europe but for dynamism and innovation — outstripped on all counts by Asia and the US. But as eurozone growth recovers, the continent is gaining a second chance. As the shock of the UK’s Brexit vote and the fragility of the banking system …

6 ways to make sure AI creates jobs for all and not the few

    Whenever I talk to people about the potential impact of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, it’s clear there is a lot of anxiety surrounding these developments. And no wonder: these technologies already have a huge impact on the world of work, from AI-powered algorithms that recommend optimal routes to maximize Lyft and Uber …

As P&G celebrates 180 years of innovation, what can brands learn from its innovative culture?

P&G's innovation centre in Singapore. As Procter & Gamble (P&G) gets ready to celebrate its 180th anniversary at the end of this month, its evolving innovation practices and culture throughout the years in the face of digital disruption and emerging technologies is one of the many causes for celebration. So what can brands learn about …

Tap Into The 7 Secrets Of Silicon Valley’s Innovation Culture

Today, companies can create a culture of value creation, no matter where they’re based, Soren Kaplan writes. Here’s how. BY SOREN KAPLAN Silicon Valley isn’t just a spot on a map. It’s a brand–a global symbol of enduring innovation. Mark Zuckerberg moved Facebook from his Harvard dorm room to Silicon Valley. Steve Jobs grew up …

Disrupting government: Turning to innovation in its own back yard

© Thinkstock Hubs of innovation inevitably have a key factor - a geographic advantage or access to resources that make them uniquely positioned to be the renowned centers they are. For example, Boston is the home of some of the nation's top medical programs (think Harvard and MIT), making it a hub for healthcare and pharmaceuticals. …