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Which Innovations Should You Keep When the Crisis is Over? Which Innovations Should You Keep When the Crisis is Over?
Although difficult to see at the moment, the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to have a number of silver linings, one of which is business innovation. The pandemic’s disruptions to society and the Read More... Read More...
Turn Your Idea Into an Innovation Turn Your Idea Into an Innovation
Many innovations have started with people who were not engineers, scientists or coders, and had no idea how to turn their great idea into a marketable product or service. Fortunately, today's Read More... Read More...
The 5 Mortal Sins of New Product Development The 5 Mortal Sins of New Product Development
Sometimes an innovator or new company has an idea for a product that seems to have blockbuster potential -- only to fizzle and flop.  Why does this happen? In this interview with EIX's Kim Read More... Read More...
Six Takeaways for Startups from a Mideast Battlefield Six Takeaways for Startups from a Mideast Battlefield
EDITOR’S NOTE: Pete Newell is a nationally recognized innovation expert whose work is transforming how the government and other large organizations compete and drive growth. He is the CEO of BMNT, Read More... Read More...
Remembering Clay Christensen Remembering Clay Christensen
Clay Christensen, the Harvard Business School educator who passed away in January 2020, changed the way people around the world think of innovation. Through widely-read books, such as "The Read More... Read More...
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Coworking Space for Midlife Entrepreneurs - Wave of the Future? Coworking Space for Midlife Entrepreneurs - Wave of the Future?
This article is part of America’s Entrepreneurs , a Next Avenue initiative made possible by the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation and EIX, the Entrepreneur and Innovation Exchange .Part of the Read More... Read More...
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Driving Impactful Research: A Conversation with Charles Dhanaraj Driving Impactful Research: A Conversation with Charles Dhanaraj
Charles Dhanaraj is the Executive Director of the Translational Research Center at Temple University’s Fox School of Business and the H. F. Lenfest Professor of Strategy. He is an expert in Read More... Read More...
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When Do Scientists Commercialize Their Inventions? Insights From the Theory of Planned Behavior When Do Scientists Commercialize Their Inventions? Insights From the Theory of Planned Behavior
What would you like to see in the future? Some common answers to this question might include a cure for cancer or other chronic diseases, or technologies that can help feed the world in ways that are Read More... Read More...
Georgia State Team is e-Fest 2019 Grand Prize Winner Georgia State Team is e-Fest 2019 Grand Prize Winner
To learn more about eFest 2020, EIX's competition for undergraduate business ideas, click here . MINNEAPOLIS, April 14, 2019 -- We are very pleased to announce the results of our 2019 Schulze Read More... Read More...
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STEM Students and Faculty Can Gain Entrepreneurial Thinking and Skills STEM Students and Faculty Can Gain Entrepreneurial Thinking and Skills
The University of Minnesota MIN-Corps is one of about 100 sites of the National Science Foundation National Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program, which began with great fanfare in 2011 (1) . The Read More... Read More...

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