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How "Perfect" Is Toyota's New Hydrogen Fuel-cell Car? Why Law Firms Should Pay Attention

The perfect car. An Aston Martin Vanquish? Bentley Continental GTC? How about the Rolls-Royce Wraith?

Nope. Not even close—at least, that’s what theoretical physicist and best-selling author Dr. 975 more words

The Paradox of Control and Creativity in Organizations

One of the seminal texts of Human Systems Change is The Social Psychology of Organizations by Daniel Katz and Robert Kahn published in 1966 and again in 1978. 400 more words

Doctoral Studies

Cuttlefish Robot! Quiet, Agile, and Efficient

Team UV is not the only one who has an interest in underwater technology!  The latest in underwater robotics has taken inspiration from the undulating motion of the cuttlefish, rather than conventional methods such as propellers and solid fins.   189 more words


Management training: How to encourage innovation

A team’s ability to innovate is hard to quantify, and yet, in many cases, is one of the top predictors of long-term success. After all, today’s corporate landscape is rapidly changing and evolving, thanks to emerging markets and new technologies. 517 more words

Office Culture

British Infosec startup, Cyberlytic wins first Firestarter Trailblazer Award for Non-VC Funded Early Stage Tech Startups

Press Release

Europe dominates the Firestarter’s category in Tech Trailblazers with three UK and one French startups recognized alongside Singaporean Firestarter

London, UK – January 29th 2015 – The highly successful… 451 more words


My worst Christmas dream

I woke up (I think) and opened one eye to peak at my radio alarm clock as I have for the last thirty odd years – to check on the time. 463 more words


5 Top Questions to Ask When Starting an Innovation Program

So you want to start an open innovation program at your organization or company. Now it’s just a matter of figuring out where to start. As with any new program, there are a number of factors that you should consider before you embark. 283 more words