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Stand-up Meetings Inhibit Innovation

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New research suggests that they undermine idea generation.

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Stand-up Meetings Inhibit Innovation

Stand-up Meetings Inhibit Innovation

New research suggests that they undermine idea generation.

A Society of Tinkerers

A Society of Tinkerers

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Managing the Future of Work

Managing the Future of Work

To keep up, ING took a radical approach one might expect from a Silicon Valley technology company, not a big bank. Bill speaks with the CEO of ING Netherlands, Vincent van den Boogert, ...

Has Silicon Valley Lost Its Soul? The Case for and Against

Has Silicon Valley Lost Its Soul? The Case for and Against

Intelligence Squared U.S., the long-running debate show, took on the Valley in a recent episode.

Matt Ridley: How Innovation Works, Part 1

Matt Ridley: How Innovation Works, Part 1

Naval interviews Matt Ridley, the author of The Red Queen and, recently, How Innovation Works. Transcript I don’t have heroes, but there are people who I look up to and have learned a lot ...

What If Working From Home Goes on … Forever?

What If Working From Home Goes on … Forever?

Miserable as it can often be, remote work is surprisingly productive — leading many employers to wonder if they’ll ever go back to the office.

How Innovation Works

How Innovation Works

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Clayton Christensen: Innovation Is The Answer

Clayton Christensen: Innovation Is The Answer

Clayton Christensen’s most powerful insight may be his simplest: To find the biggest opportunities in the world, seek out the world’s biggest problems.

Working While Distancing

Working While Distancing

Dear HBR: answers your questions with the help of HBS professor Tsedal Neeley.

'The Valley has stepped up': Ro Khanna on layoffs, bailouts, Trump and crisis innovation

'The Valley has stepped up': Ro Khanna on layoffs, bailouts, Trump and crisis innovation

Protocol talks with the California representative about how the tech industry is being affected by the crisis — and what comes next.

Podcast: The circular relationship between AI and data

Podcast: The circular relationship between AI and data

AI makes good data, which in turn makes good AI. Learn how this circular relationship can help your organization tame IT complexity and better manage and use its data. @Enterprisenxt

The Unexpected Philosophical Depths of the Clicker Game Universal Paperclips

The Unexpected Philosophical Depths of the Clicker Game Universal Paperclips

The game represents the way human activity is constantly mediated by screens, our lives made up of fleeting words and images and rising numbers.

Inside Twitter’s ambitious plan to change the way we tweet

Inside Twitter’s ambitious plan to change the way we tweet

Twitter wants to be a home for "healthy" conversations. So far, it’s not working.

What Makes Silicon Valley Different?

What Makes Silicon Valley Different?

Intergenerational networks of entrepreneurs, educators, and investors, plus early government support, are behind the Valley's unrivaled tech success, says author Margaret O'Mara.