Tag Archives: Clinical Trials

Get it right: how to help startups succeed

Given the increasingly important role startups and other small businesses play in today’s economy, supporting them should be considered a policy that will have a profound positive effect on the global economy. From this perspective, pinpointing factors casing startups fail is … Continue reading

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All Innovation Is Local

I like this phrase: all politics is local. Ascribed to the late Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Tip O’Neill this phrase means that all political decisions, regardless of their purpose and scale, must take into account the interests … Continue reading

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Should We Celebrate Failure Worth A Billion?

As every popular topic, innovation is a powerful magnet for clichés. Some of them obliterate more than illuminate. For example, I’m not sure that mixing innovation with DNA is a good idea. Though I kind of understand what Clayton Christensen … Continue reading

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The Terminator Effect

(This post originally appeared on Innovation Excellence) I’d like to touch upon a subject that doesn’t come up often in innovation discussions: I’d like to talk about how we kill projects. Everyone would agree that killing projects is a key to … Continue reading

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