The International Society for Professional Innovation Management holds this 3-day multi-track conference in Stockholm, aimed at researchers, managers, executives and consultants with a passion for innovation management. Leading innovation thought leaders will present hundreds of presentations and workshops on the latest thinking in innovation management, while visitors can network with other innovation professionals from 50 countries […]
A few months ago, for the third consecutive year, Stanford University was named the world’s most innovative university. But while it has always been at the forefront of innovation – it is home to the d.school and breeds the best web talent in the world –, the Silicon Valley college doesn’t stand alone in fostering innovation and entrepreneurship at a higher education level.
To help solve complex issues, why not learn a new language? Speaking more languages not only allows you to connect with people, but as bilingual brains also look and work differently from monolingual ones, it assists you in terms of problem-solving. The critical period hypothesis says that children use both hemispheres in language acquisition, giving […]
The Teach-In conference taking place October 26–27 at The Harvard Innovation Lab, in Boston, USA, offers an unpretentious format: simple 90-minute whiteboard sessions run by some of the world’s top corporate innovators. All participants are invited to ask questions and share their thoughts. Know more here.
The offer in innovation management programmes at universities has been growing worldwide, as innovation’s contribution to business success becomes more fully recognised. The Eduniversal Best Masters (MA) Ranking examines 12,000 postgraduate programmes, to help guide prospective students in making their choice. The top three innovation management MAs are the MA in Information Technology and Innovation […]
What is going to mark the future of education? Is it the development of technological skills from an early age, the freedom and resources to pursue one’s interests at any time or new forms of integration and development within communities?