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The New Disrupters

By entering the market with products and services that are every bit as good as those offered by legacy companies, a new breed of disrupters is making it harder than ever for traditional businesses to compete. advertisement Image courtesy of Jing Jing Tsong/ Clayton Christensen’s Theory of Disruptive Innovation first came to public attention 25 […]

Should we design for self-driving cars — or for people? | Sam Schwartz | TEDxMidAtlantic

Sam Schwartz, the traffic engineer who literally invented the word "gridlock," offers an overview of the last 100 years of cars and traffic. And he offers the sobering warning that if we don’t alter our ideas about autonomous vehicles, we may find ourselves living in a future designed for cars rather than the people they […]

The Power of Leaps, Big and Small | Dr. Lakeesha K. Ransom | TEDxUPM

Moving across generations, through innovations, and beyond boundaries. How do we use them all to create the next best version for our lives? With extensive experience working with educational, corporate, not-for-profit, and governmental organizations and teams, Lakeesha has earned recognition as a results-oriented, people-centered educator, mentor, and leader. She draws upon her expertise in strategy, […]