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The Cavalry Isn’t Coming – Why You Should Take Your Destiny Into Your Own Hands I fly a hundred thousand miles or more each year, and usually when I get off my plane I’m met by the driver of a black car. Read More
Inspiring Art Through Innovation: Jeff DeGraff with Former New York Philharmonic President, Matthew VanBesien Office Hours with Jeff DeGraff is a video series where the Dean of Innovation interviews thought leaders on the broad subject of innovation. Read More
Why do people fall into patterns of doing things the same way, and how can these be broken? Innovation is simply useful novelty. Read More
Adapting to New Cultures: Jeff DeGraff with Thought Leader, Andy Molinsky Office Hours with Jeff DeGraff is a video series where the Dean of Innovation interviews thought leaders on the broad subject of innovation. Read More
Rethinking the Liberal Arts for Business Education: Rise of the ‘Pracademic’ In a world of open access, higher education remains astonishingly, frustratingly closed. Read More
How to Turn Conflict Into Creativity Two talented people who have nothing in common are more likely to create something exciting than two talented people who think the same way. Read More
What is Innovation? When asked to define the legal definition for obscenity, Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously quipped “I know it when I see it.” For most of us the same applies to a working definition for innovation. Read More
Empowering Innovation with Jeff DeGraff Did you know that innovation is the only value proposition with a shelf life? Read More
Innovation: Master the Art of SODOTO Ornithologists report that New Caledonian crows fashion twigs into tools for collecting and extracting insects from the hollows of trees. Read More
Innovation: Old Crops, New Soil Did you know that some of the largest chapters of agricultural groups like the Future Farmers of America are in urban centers? Read More
Can the “Commies” Innovate? The headlines about the economic fortunes of the 1% and the associated political maneuvering to influence and manipulate our world view are disturbingly reminiscent of those in the early-twentieth century when mega-corporations called “trusts” ruled the day. Read More
Innovation: There Is No Final Destination Innovations don’t stay innovations. Read More