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    Musings: Where Do Ideas Come From? Part 2

    Vikki Nowak, Nottingham Spirk's VP of Strategy, answers the question, "Where do ideas come from?" This article is the second in a series

    For Product Disruption, Try Disciplined Style of Out-There Thinking

    John Nottingham discusses Nottingham Spirk's product development strategies and innovations for disrupting the market with game-changers like SpinBrush.

    Millennials Are Changing Corporate Structure — for the Better

    This article describes how millennials in the workplace are changing corporate structure and management style.

    Biomimicry is "Natural" Innovation

    Biomimicry isn’t itself a product but a process, drawing on natural organisms and processes in order to spark innovation. It’s an emerging field.

    Shattered Glass: The Value of a "Soft Launch"

    Soft Launch: Glass’ failure doesn’t ultimately stem from people perceiving it as uncool; it’s that Glass isn’t perceived as all that useful.

    Innovation and Risk

    Boeing’s troubles with the new 787 Dreamliner provide a reminder of innovation and risk being intertwined.

    NY Times Interview Uncovers Barriers to Innovation

    Ideating, creating, and implementing are three critical factors that go into a successful innovation. However, there are plenty of moments that might slow down or hinder the innovation process.