Another week and another collection of interesting ideas from around the Internet.
As always, thoughts and/or comments are greatly appreciated.
- Sex, Science and Profits [The Bookbag]
Does science drive innovation? Or does technology?
- Angry shareholders say Microsoft squanders billions on pointless R&D projects [Network World]
Build it and they will come does not seem to apply to innovation. It’s more important to manage execution and outputs, than it is to manage inputs.
- We just aren’t very creative [Innovate on Purpose]
People don’t lack creativity, but organizations do. How can we leverage the creativity that our team brings to work, rather than stifling it?
- Ten sci-fi devices nearing reality [New Scientist]
New Scientist’s take on what’s just around the corner. No flying cars, unfortunately (though there is a jet pack).