At some point, all of us have been frustrated by U.S. transportation systems: waiting on a subway platform for a late train; standing at the bus stop watching the next bus go cruising past without room for more passengers. In these situations, we’ve all asked, “Isn’t there a better way to do this?” Soon, there will be, and it is thanks in large part to data-driven innovations.
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Think of what happens when you lose your wallet.
Driver’s license. Credit cards. Hotel rewards cards. All gone.
What a pain, right?
Innovation comes down to expanding knowledge and connections to create fertile ground for serendipitous insights.
How should large companies manage today’s disruptive innovation? It must be firmly implanted in a company’s culture.
Numerous examples from history show that sometimes the greatest breakthroughs happen by accident
There is a strange phenomenon in innovation and business growth. To make a splash in the marketplace, an entrepreneur or business must think outside the box, creating an innovative product or service that consumers demand but is not offered by existing companies.
What's a wiki? A catalyst for innovation.
The Corporate Citizenship Center continues its series exploring the links between connectivity and innovation, and speaks with Mitch Jackson, Vice President of Environmental Affairs & Sustainability for FedEx.
In recent years, Fortune 500 businesses have utilized a variety of approaches and positions to encourage an innovative culture within their organizations, with varying degrees of success.