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  • Feature of week March 7, 2017

    3D printing a house

    3D printing a house

    Apis Cor company has successfully finished a residential house printing project. This  video was mentioned on-air by recent guest Larry Haines, founder of Sunconomy.com and partner of Apis Cor.

  • Feature of week January 29, 2017

    The Power of Little Ideas Trailer

    The Power of Little Ideas Trailer

     

    by Innovation Navigation host David Robertson

    Conventional wisdom today says that to survive, companies must move beyond incremental, sustaining innovation and invest in some form of radical innovation. “Disrupt yourself or be disrupted!” is the relentless message company leaders hear. The Power of Little Ideas argues there’s a “third way” that is neither sustaining nor disruptive. This low-risk, high-reward strategy is an approach to innovation that all company leaders should understand so that they recognize it when their competitors practice it, and apply it when it will give them a competitive advantage.

    Pre-order a copy on Amazon.

  • Feature of week December 6, 2016

    NY Times Magazine: Makeover Mania

    NY Times Magazine: Makeover Mania

    Makeover Mania: Inside the 21st Century Craze for Redesigning Everything.

    Check out this piece in The New York Times Magazine  by recent guest Rob Walker.

     

  • Feature of week September 20, 2016

    Zipline Drone Delivery

    Zipline Drone Delivery

    Learn about Zipline’s efforts in Rwanda using drones to deliver medical supplies. Zipline is a healthcare delivery system founded by recent guest Keller Rinaudo.

  • Feature of week September 6, 2016

    Integrated Innovation Institute: MSA Safety Sponsor Project

    Integrated Innovation Institute – Video discussing MSA: A Safety Company’s involvement with the Integrated Product Development capstone course. The Integrated Innovation Institute is directed by recent guest Peter Boatwright.

  • Feature of week April 5, 2016

    How do the World’s Biggest Companies Deal with the Startup Revolution?

    How do the World’s Biggest Companies Deal with the Startup Revolution?

    By Arnaud Bonzam and Serguei Netessine

     

    Feburary 2016 report on the relationship between startups and established businesses.

    Read the report here:

     

  • Feature of week September 15, 2015

    Disrupt You! Companion Work Book

    Disrupt You! Companion Work Book

    The Disrupt You Work Book is a 40 page companion to Jay Samit’s bestseller Disrupt You! Master Personal Transformation, Seize Opportunity, and Thrive in the Era of Endless Innovation. The Work Book’s exercises help readers take concepts from the book and apply them to their own lives and ideas.

  • Feature of week

    Another great year for LEGO

    Another great year for LEGO

    2014 was another great year for LEGO.  Here are some thoughts about the company’s success.

  • Feature of week

    Best Innovation Books

    Best Innovation Books

    To see a list of the best innovation books to be featured on the show, click here.

  • Feature of week

    Spark.io

    Spark.io

    The Spark.io store

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    Disruption and its Critics

    Disruption and its Critics

    Michael Raynor, the author of two books on disruption theory, responds forcefully to Jill Lepore’s New Yorker article.  The entire article can be seen here.

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    Drew Boyd on Pinterest

    Drew Boyd on Pinterest

  • Feature of week 6/6/2014

    Make Magazine’s Blog

    Make Magazine’s Blog

    Make Magazine’s web site has links to everything a maker could want:  magazine articles, detailed project directions, event listings, and a store for tools and parts.

     

  • Feature of week 4/16/2014

    COLUMN: Rich Karlgaard

    COLUMN: Rich Karlgaard

    Durably Innovative Companies Develop a "Soft Edge"

    Forbes publisher, panelist, writer, entrepreneur, angel investor, board member, and Stanford grad Rich Karlgaard writes a column on innovation every two weeks. His most recent post details the “soft edge” that durably innovative companies develop in order to maintain consistent leadership in innovation. These companies cultivate trust, smarts, teams, taste, and story.

    Read this story and Mr. Karlgaard’s other columns at http://www.forbes.com/sites/richkarlgaard/.

  • Feature of week 01/04/2014

    BLOG: AfriGadget

    BLOG: AfriGadget

    Egyptians Use Ingenuity on Air Quality

    Egypt leads the list of the most polluted cities in the world, in terms of particulate matter. Moreover, according to the latest report by the WHO, every Cairo resident’s daily share of air pollution is equivalent to smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. This motivated the makers from icealex hub in Alexandria Egypt to work on solving this global problem. Their solution: Build an air quality monitoring kit…

    READ full article here: http://www.afrigadget.com/