Category: Innovation

The New Vulcan Inc. Holodome at Seattle’s MoPOP Offers Trippy View Into Future of VR [video]

The New Vulcan Inc. Holodome at Seattle’s MoPOP Offers Trippy View Into Future of VR Most virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (VR) experiences remain cumbersome. Although headsets have become lighter even as speed and resolution increases. But AR and VR participants still must don hardware for an experience. And then they must master the.

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Knowledge and Innovation: 21 Critical Innovation Principles that Benefit from Knowledge Management

Knowledge and Innovation: 21 Innovation Principles That Benefit from a KM Perspective Knowledge management often sounds like a controlling function, but it can also be a liberating one. Seeking knowledge, examining problems from different points of view, and synthesizing content and context to create new, often unique possibilities requires an openness that the process view.

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Innovation: More Poetry than Science

An earlier version of this post originally appeared at Fast Company Innovation: More Poetry than Science Practical lessons from 35 years of writing poetry to help individuals and teams deliver more innovative products, processes, and services. In a conversation with Phil McKinney, former HP Chief Innovation Officer and author of Beyond the Obvious: Killer Questions That Spark Game-Changing.

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Challenging IBM’s Innovation Findings in ‘Insatiable Innovation’

Insatiable Innovation? I was intrigued by the IBM Institute for Business Value report titled Insatiable Innovation. I like the title. America has lead the world to desire, expect and consume innovation at an increasingly rapid pace. The report passes no judgment on this phenomenon. The researchers, however, should ask if this is a good or bad.

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New Report: Ten Innovations That Should Drive Collaboration Technology

Ten Innovations That Should Drive Collaboration Technology Download Ten Innovations That Should Drive Collaboration Technology here:  This report outlines ten areas of technology innovation led by a variety of vendors. None of the areas mentioned here have become fully realized, nor do any of them currently dominate the requirements of organizations seeking to acquire or.

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Rasmus Quote at “One CIO’s Musings”: Innovating Around the Candle

Spending all day innovating around the candle does not get us to the light bulb. Daniel W. Rasmus Thank you to Kyle Johnson for the shout-out on a Gilbane Conference keynote quote, and his riff on innovation. Here’s a quote from his blog post: Innovation is messy. Higher education is messy. Innovation in higher education.

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Uncertainty: Fifteen Questions for 2015

This slideshow explores the uncertainties facing the world in 2015 and suggests fifteen strategic questions every organization should be asking.

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‘When Gadgets Betray Us’ Betrays Readers with Fear and Few Answers

Read the review: ‘When Gadgets Betray Us’ Betrays Readers with Fear and Few Answers at PopMatters.

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Why Tech’s Biggest Players Favor The Illusion Of Progress Over Real Innovation

Science fiction promised a future of intelligent devices designed to serve their owners. But today’s technology serves its manufacturers more than its end user. Read the entire post at Fast Company.

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What the President Should Do Next

The 2012 Presidential election is over. As with many great events, it leaves the world with some certainties resolved, and it highlights uncertainties that loom even larger. Changes to The Affordable Care Act First and foremost, the uncertainty of the election is over.  We know that President Obama has been re-elected, and with that, and.

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