Tag: innovation

New Article on Risk-Taking and the Social Cost of Innovation

Have you ever wondered why certain innovations that are clearly superior to the technologies already in place take so long to catch on?  Kim Barnes recently wrote an article that discusses the “social cost” of innovation as one of the

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Columbus Day and Reflecting on Cultural Diversity

This Monday is the celebration of Columbus Day. The majority of the United States has kept this title, although a few cities like Berkeley, CA and Denver, CO have renamed it Indigenous People’s Day. Other states have decided not to recognize

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Developing a Culture of Innovation

Equoranda has always known that creating a culture for innovation is an extremely important process for company growth. What is even more important and exciting to us is when we have the pleasure of watching our customers realize the importance

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To Innovate or Not to Innovate? That is the Question

Technological innovations are exciting, and happening quickly. For example, Google Glass was an exciting innovation during 2013. And now, in 2014, Samsung has announced that they are in the process of creating Galaxy Glass. These friendly competitions are fun to

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Storytelling Lessons from WWII Era Posters

In celebration of the 4th of July, I wanted to share posters that my great Uncle, Ben Shalett’s company produced during the WWII era. Many of them were displayed in a Smithsonian exhibit. You can find them HERE. While taking

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