The three things I learned about crowdsourced innovation are: Innovation is required to be competitive, creating a concrete innovation system helps firms get ahead, and the hardest aspects of crowdsourced innovation are participation and accountability.
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It takes millions of minds to get one man in space. NASA is, to many, a symbol of scientific innovation. The space race touched off an unprecedented "peace dividend" that [...]
In 1996, NASA changed everything by looking at nothing. What if I told you one of the biggest discoveries ever made by NASA, that would change how we view our [...]
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In April of 2010, President Obama made a speech at the Kennedy Space Center on the subject of the US Space Program, which included a $6 billion budget increase in [...]