When companies are bombarded with innovative ideas, it can be difficult for them to judge which to pursue. Cary Strickland of RTI International says having a set of company goals and values can help them determine which ideas are right for their business.
Paige Mullis, director of concept development at Glen Raven, weighs in on the stellar speaker line-up from this year’s Innovation Summit. Stay tuned for short interviews discussing topics ranging from how innovation is changing the way we interact with reality to what we can learn from nature’s process of research and development.
If you want to change something in your workspace today, start small and tackle a conference room that has been lying dormant, say Scott Witthoft and Scott Doorley of Stanford University’s d.School.
When all populations are given access to innovations, it propels even faster growth for those at the cutting edge, according to Sami Hayek, designer and principal at Sami Hayek Studio.
One of the easiest and cheapest things to do to change people’s behavior in a space is to alter posture, say Scott Witthoft and Scott Doorley of Stanford University’s d.School, who offer some easy tips on how to get started.
Companies can use technology transfer to streamline, improve and innovate, says Dr. Andrew Dent, vice president, library and materials research at Material ConneXion.