Corporate spaces are designed to be harmless and sterile, eliminating distractions so employees can do their work. They rely on cubicles, meetings, and reward-punishment management to maintain this environment - without any fun extras to stimulate employees' minds.
"The capacity to get and inspire the best, most innovative and competent employees and to attract the leaders of tomorrow is still the ultimate key for your company’s success."
Industry experts and innovation professionals are meeting in London to discuss how open innovation best practices and the accumulation of technological advances can leverage internal and external strategies and drive business growth. The Open Innovation Summit London 2017, “Collaborating for true success”, takes place on 25 and 26 April.
Societies change throughout time as technology evolves. Or is it the other way around? As the business world seeks to include a broader and more diverse workforce, tech companies too have realised that gender diversity is a must-have in highly-competitive markets. In light of the International Women’s Day, learn more about the benefits of women […]
We have all read stories about Google or the iPhone and probably also about antibiotics. But what about concrete or shipping containers? Hosted by British economist Tim Hardorf, the “50 things that made the modern economy” podcast sheds new understanding on ideas, inventions and innovations that have changed and helped to build the world we […]