The Eight Pillars of Innovation

What does innovation mean for you? Written by VP of Advertising at Google, Susan Wojcicki defines and explains the eight pillars of innovation. These pillars have allowed Google to grow exponentially and stay innovative. Have a Mission that Matters: Make work worth more than a job into something you care about. By enforcing a mission…

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Fostering Innovation (Infographic)

Professional services firm, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, tackled clients’  biggest problem: a lack of innovation in their business. The firm created an infographic that will allow all companies to successfully find opportunities to innovate.  This infographic takes you step-by-step to create a more innovative work environment. Each step is accompanied with graphs and percentages that make the path…

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The Gettysburg Address for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

 CEO of Tesla Motors, Elon Musk, enacted the first attempt of peace amongst the technology superpowers; Tesla motors will open its patent portfolio to the public in hopes of expanding the electric car market.  Despite the enthusiasm over electric cars, the higher prices, costs of maintenance, and lack of charging stations nationwide have discouraged car…

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Culture Feasts on Innovation

Want to create a work environment that constantly produces innovation? Reuven Gorsht of SAP has created a presentation that will allow you to harness the creativity and potential of your employees. The main argument that Gorsht presents it that “you can have the best talent, best ideas, best processes, abundance of cash. But if your…

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Entrepreneurs Anonymous

London’s rising borough of Shoreditch created an atmosphere of startups and technology advances. Professionals from Finance and Technology work amongst Developers and Event Directors in hopes of creating new and great things. Entrepreneurs Anonymous is a weekly meeting of these individuals. Each participant presents a current dilemma or potential professional hiccup which is then discussed…

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Google Campus, London

Exploring this collaborative startup’s success Through collaboration, mentorship, and networking, Google Campus, London is a haven for eager entrepreneurs ready to mold their ideas into tangible products. These seven floors hold cafes, office space, even conference rooms all dedicated to startup success.  The key to these startups’ success stories is collaboration; working alongside other hopeful entrepreneurs…

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Singularity University

Despite the staggering economy, researchers agree that technology advances will only accelerate. This is known as theory of singularity, which states that artificial intelligence will soon surpass human intelligence. Sound scary? Don’t worry, Ray Kurzweil has found a way to deal with this inevitability called Singularity University. Singularity University is Kurzweil’s vision that will allow…

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