Monthly Archives: March 2011

What if…

True innovation can often come from a basic questioning of the status quo.  It can simply come from asking “What if…?”  The ideas that answer that question may be “blue sky” ideas but they can lead to “game changing” innovation that … Continue reading

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U.S. Losing Its Innovation Edge – Not So Fast!

In these economic times when the US economy continues to sputter, the role of innovation in promoting long-term economic growth finally comes to mind.  The big stimulus was necessary to stabilize the economy before heading into a free fall.  Now, … Continue reading

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iPad2: Innovative Tablet Killer or Strategic Placeholder?

With the release of the iPad2 in the U.S. last Friday, there have been a plethora of articles from The New York Times  to Fast Company lauding Apple’s latest introduction in the tablet market it created about a year ago.  … Continue reading

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