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This week on Killer Innovations, I am joined in the studio by Katherine Radeka. Katherine is the founder of Rapid Learning Cycles Institute. She has
On this week’s episode of Killer Innovations, Phillip Merrick joins us in the studio. Phillip and his wife Caren started a company called webMethods and
Carolina Milanesi and Ben Bajarin get together on this week’s Tech.pinions podcast to share thoughts and insights from Apple’s fall launch event.
If you are a regular reader of the blog, you know it is my policy to avoid mentioning companies and specific individuals … this is
On October 4, 1957, Russia launched a beach-ball-sized satellite named Sputnik, which orbited the Earth in just over ninety-six minutes. The previous frontrunner in the
What are the unique skill sets needed for innovation leadership? We all have a list of what good leadership skills are but what are the
This week’s Tech.pinions podcast features Tim Bajarin and Bob O’Donnell discussing the challenges in trying to manufacture tech products in the US, analyzing some of the biggest announcements from VMware’s VMWorld show, and chatting about the new WiFi6 offerings from chipmaker Qualcomm.
We love to say anything can be innovated, anyone can innovate and innovation can happen anywhere. Silicon Valley and other recognized innovation hubs do not
This week’s Tech.pinions podcast features Tim Bajarin and Bob O’Donnell discussing new server-focused semiconductor announcements from the Hot Chips conference, with a particular focus on AMD and Intel, Apple CEO Tim Cook’s increasing role as a trade diplomat, and the potential implications of a CEO change at HP Inc.
I was recently asked to give a talk at TEDx Boulder. The talk was based on a speech I gave in D.C. a few months
This week’s Tech.pinions podcast features Ben Bajarin and Bob O’Donnell discussing the release of the Snap Spectacles 3 AR glasses and where we are in the state of augmented reality product development, and analyzing the news about all the voice-based assistant platforms having revealed that they use humans to listen to and transcribe conversations and…
Last week, we released our fourth installment in the Near Future series of vision videos. I started creating these vision video’s back in 2006 when
To win in the highly competitive markets of today, we need to win in the emerging creative economy. Key to this success is helping our
This week’s Tech.pinions podcast features Carolina Milanesi and Bob O’Donnell analyzing the announcements from Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked Event, including the launch of the Note 10 line of phones, the debut of a Qualcomm-powered ACPC notebook, and their strategic partnership with Microsoft, and discussing the release and potential impact of the Apple Card credit card.
Laws of Innovation Why do some organizations have better innovation than others? Over the years I have collected what I call the “7 Immutable Laws
This week’s Tech.pinions podcast features Carolina Milanesi, Mark Lowenstein and Bob O’Donnell discussing the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, and the launch of Dish as a fourth US carrier, as well as how 5G impacts all of this; analyzing Apple’s latest earnings and what it means for the company’s strategy moving forward; and debating the…
Co-Innovation What is Co-Innovation? Co-Innovation is two parties with unique expertise that come together in a 50/50 funding of resources. The key component being they
The success of the Apollo 11 mission, the first moon landing, inspires our innovative passions and pursuits. With the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 landing
What is the strength of innovation in your organization? In this week’s Killer Innovations, we explore avenues to building innovation strength. Innovation from Mergers and