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Trends First, Solutions Second

Solutions Second

Last year, IdeaScale launched a webinar series that covered the repeatable innovation process (from problem identification to implementation). In the “How to Pick the Right Problems to Solve” webinar we discussed that before an innovator or innovation manager can begin solving problems, they have to look at all the available research and information in order … Continued

Large Scale Health Research that Impacts… All Of Us

All of Us

In case you hadn’t heard, All of Us is a national research effort to gather data from one million or more U.S. participants to accelerate research and improve health by taking individuals’ differences in lifestyle, environment, biology and other factors into account. With the richness of data collection out there and the variety of influencers … Continued

Expanding Into New Markets? Here Are Some Helpful Tips

Expanding into New Markets

Expanding into new markets can be a lucrative business move, but it’s one that should be taken with care. Before you so much as dip a toe into a new market, you need some idea management. New markets may be the lifeblood of any business, but business history is littered with companies that leaped into … Continued

Using Design Thinking to Ready Your Company for the Green Economy

Using Design Thinking

In 2011, EY and GreenBiz Group conducted a survey of executives employed by companies generating revenue greater than $1 billion. In that report, EY shared that “76 percent of survey respondents anticipate natural resource shortages will affect their core business objectives over the next 3-5 years and that 65 percent of respondents stated their CFO … Continued

Citizen Science and the Future of Cancer Research

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is the federal government’s principal agency for cancer research and training. They are a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which is one of 11 agencies that comprise the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). In 2016, The National Cancer Institute launched the Cancer Research Ideas crowdsourcing … Continued