Tag: Books

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Navigating Innovation in the Era of Digital Design and Collaborative Culture
Navigating Innovation in the Era of Digital Design and Collaborative Culture » If companies want to have ideas that are far out, they need to be able to navigate today's expanded innovation landscape.
Why Aren’t Companies Getting Better At Breakthrough Innovation?
Why Aren’t Companies Getting Better At Breakthrough Innovation? » According to the book Beyond the Champion, organizations that want to compete on innovation must treat it as a team sport.
5 Summer Reads for Entrepreneurs
5 Summer Reads for Entrepreneurs » Summer provides the perfect opportunity to catch up on that stack of books you’ve been meaning to tackle. Not sure where to start? Here’s an entrepreneurship-focused list of summer reads to get you going.
5 Rules for Success in the Gig Economy
5 Rules for Success in the Gig Economy » Five rules to remember if you're an entrepreneur looking to survive and thrive in the gig economy.
Capitalism That Works For All
Capitalism That Works For All » Ten characteristics of Conscious Capitalism: a system serves the interests of customers, employees, investors, communities, suppliers, and the environment.
Teaching Entrepreneurship: An Interview with Heidi Neck
Teaching Entrepreneurship: An Interview with Heidi Neck » Heidi Neck, one of the most influential thinkers in teaching entrepreneurship, speaks about her book and the importance of entrepreneurship education.
Can the Collaborative Economy Fix Climate Change?
Can the Collaborative Economy Fix Climate Change? » How collaborative economy ventures, including car-sharing platforms such as BlaBlaCar, Lyft, and Uber, are helping combat climate change.
How to Become an Objective Entrepreneur
How to Become an Objective Entrepreneur » Entrepreneurs can be so tied up in their ventures and blinded by unyielding passion that often they don’t see things clearly and therefore can’t respond objectively.
Writing the Book on Creating Social Value
Writing the Book on Creating Social Value » When Cheryl Kiser began teaching a graduate course called Social Value Creation Matters three years ago, neither she nor her students could have predicted that their classroom discussions were laying the groundwork for a book.
A Worthless, Impossible, & Stupid Recipe for Policy Success
A Worthless, Impossible, & Stupid Recipe for Policy Success » Can an inspirational story catalyze a business or kick-start a career?