Keeping Innovation Alive | Virtual Events

    John Nottingham at Innovation Intersection

    John Nottingham discusses the need for innovation at MidTown Cleveland, Inc. and Cleveland Health-Tech Corridor’s Innovation Intersection series.

    Open Innovation requires a mindset shift

    Open Innovation and crowd sourcing can result in innovative product development solutions, but it often requires a mindset shift in your organization.

    Biomimicry: The Future of Innovation

    The Greater Cleveland area has become a global leader in the practice of biomimicry. Read how Nottingham Spirk learns from nature to accelerate innovation.

    John Nottingham at TEDxAsburyPark

    Listen to John Nottingham's TEDxAsburyPark talk on "Getting to Wow" and learn more about Nottingham Spirk's track record of success.

    Your Not-To-Do List: More phrases that stifle innovation

    Nottingham Spirk weighs in on seemingly innocent phrases we hear from partner-clients that dismiss new ideas and stifle their ability to innovate.

    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

    Design is Collaborative & Relentless: A (360) Round Table Discussion

    In this roundtable discussion, the Nottingham Spirk design team give insights into the collaborative process of designing new products.

    The Back End of Innovation is Critical

    Trevor Jackson, our Manufacturing Program Director, finds opportunities for innovation during a product's commercialization and manufacturing process.

    Relentless Innovation in 2014: Commentary

    We believe that innovation must be simultaneously continuous and disruptive if a company wants to consistently grow,and we call this relentless innovation.

    NineSigma and Nottingham Spirk Partner

    NineSigma and Nottingham Spirk are partnering to provide an end-to-end solution to allow companies to take a product from idea to marketplace in 12–18 months.