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.

    Innovation in the New Normal Webinar Recap

    In our second roundtable webinar, NS led a discussion on the challenges posed by the ongoing pandemic & what innovation in the "new normal" looks like.

    Keeping Innovation Alive: Webinar Recap

    Nottingham Spirk is asking business leaders: how are you keeping initiatives alive in the face of a global pandemic and constantly shifting priorities?

    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.

    Empower Teams with Purpose

    To encourage creative, innovative thinking, we have learned to create small, multidisciplinary empowered teams for every project.

    TEDxAsburyPark Preview with John Nottingham on “Getting to Wow”

    Listen to John Nottingham’s interview on the podcast “Expert Open” with TEDx AsburyPark founder, Brian Smiga, in advance of his TEDxAsburyPark Talk.

    Lessons from Google's "Moonshot Factory"

    We use the Atlantic's recent article on Google X's secretive "moonshot factory" as an opportunity to comment on radical creativity.

    Musings: Where Do Ideas Come From?

    We recently asked Nottingham Spirk associates, "Where do ideas come from?" This is the first in a series of articles exploring that topic.

    The Business of IoT: What's your hardware strategy?

    With the rush to develop connected products, we suggest companies first focus on their hardware strategy by asking themselves important questions.

    Disrupt Markets, Enhance Lives

    This article, first published in i3 Magazine, explores how disruptive technology that changes everything enhances lives, giving us everything we love.

    SXSW: A “Mini-CES” in Austin

    NS visited SXSW 2017 and sat in on a discussion about how policy and innovation must work together to protect people, but not stifle creativity.

    New Year: Resolve to Innovate More in 2017

    In the new year, companies can resolve to innovate, break old habits and be more productive. Here are our top suggestions to maximize innovation potential.

    Cub Cadet HAULER: Innovative Versatility

    Sides up, the Cub Cadet HAULER can hold 10 cubic feet of soil, mulch, stones, etc., weighing up to 800 pounds. Sides down, the hauler becomes a flatbed

    Commentary - "Goodbye, TiVo?" via Verge.com

    Commentary - "Goodbye, TiVo" Innovated at a pace unbefitting its role as a disruptor; it got weirdly complacent for company that was facing constant threat