Feature of the 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 Instituteis directed by recent guest Peter Boatwright

Feature of the Week April 5, 2016

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 the Week September 15, 2015

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 the Week February 14, 2015

Another great year for LEGO

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

Feature of the Week January 13, 2015

Best Innovation Books

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

Feature of the Week December 14, 2014

Feature of the Week December 10, 2014

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.

Feature of the Week December 1, 2014

Drew Boyd on Pinterest

Feature of the Week June 6, 2014

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 the Week April 16, 2014

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/.