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All Aboard the Innovation Band Wagon?

It seems like everyone wants to be an innovator nowadays. Being “digital” is in – never mind what it means, you’ve just got to be “digital”. 887 more words

Architectural Practice

The world’s largest aircraft just crashed in a painfully slow nosedive

The Airlander 10, currently the largest aircraft in the world, has just gracefully crashed onto the ground during its second test flight in the north of London, UK. 192 more words

Curious

I have been reading Pasi Sahlberg’s book on the lessons to be learned from Finland’s successful education program. Dominant in the PISA assessments since their inception in 2000, this Scandinavian country which set out deliberately to improve its educational system in the 1970’s is used by reformers and politicians alike as the exemplar of high academic standards. 178 more words

Leadership

The 2016 LexisNexis® and Janders Dean Legal Innovation Index

The fourth annual award ceremony for the LexisNexis® and Janders Dean Legal Innovation Index was held last night at Herbert Smith Freehills, in Sydney.

The Index is designed to unearth, recognise and applaud the most innovative law firms, legal teams, and individuals. 1,003 more words

Culture

5 Innovative African Startups You Need to Know About

Scaling a startup business can be a time-consuming and arduous endeavor. The effort generally involves finding the right people with a shared vision, pitching investors, marketing and advertising, producing the product/service, and maintaining cash flow. 791 more words

Business

Why Fintech Startups Are Flocking to a 124-Year-Old Bank in Kansas

Few people have probably ever heard of Weir, Kansas: population 661, the place where the flyswatter was invented in 1906, and these days, a major hub for financial technology innovation. 1,215 more words

Tech