⇓Article MarketingBook MarketingCopywritingPublic SpeakingTeleseminarsWritingWriting ArticlesHot TagsAffiliateAffiliate ProgramsArticle MarketingBlogBloggingBusinessCookingCooking RecipesHome businessHostingInternetInternet marketingList BuildingMailing listMake MoneyMarketingOnlineOnline BusinessOnline MarketingRecipesSalesSearch Engine optimizationSmall BusinessSoftwareStorageWebWebsiteWebsite DesigningWebsite developmentWork At HomeWritingadsenseadvertisingaffiliate marketingcomputerebaygoogle adsensehealthinsurancemake money onlinemoneynetwork marketingreal estateself improvementseosuccessweb designweb designingweb hostingwebsite designInnovation ArticlesInnovation – newness within. Inventing or creating something that’s never been seen before is what has made America great, from the new experiment in representative democracy to the gadgets and processes that have driven industry and exploration for the world. How is innovation encouraged and nourished? From what wellspring do truly new ideas arise? Can the inventive mind be created by education or only cultivated when it is found? The articles in our database may offer some answers to these questions. You may be a creative innovator looking for ways to develop, perfect and market an invention. Perhaps your business needs innovators, and you want to learn how to identify them among the applicants who come to your office. If you are in the unenviable position of supervising a department responsible for creating new ideas and products, you know that managing creative minds without stifling them is a delicate balancing act, and you’d like an article on working with or leading innovators. Search our database for just the discovery you need!Displaying 1-10 of 21 result(s).Go to page: << First< Previous123Next >Last >>Don’t Just Fix, InnovatePosted by Les Taylor. Published on Sep 18, 2009 Fixing a problem just guarantees a return to status quo. Thinking creatively and innovating can not only solve the problem but take you or your organization to the next level. Hamster-powered Generator? Why NotPosted by Bianca Lauren. Published on Aug 28, 2009 We all know horses can emit power hence scientists coined the term ?horse power?. Who would ever thought that your pet hamster can generate energy? That is what Zhong Li Wang and his team are making. They are manufacturing generators out of piezoelectric nanowires. Ask Your Team What Business You Are In Before You InnovatePosted by Lance Winslow. Published on Aug 21, 2009 Research and innovation is a wonderful thing, and often companies that spend the most money in research and development have the greatest rewards in profits later on. Many top business professors will claim that research and development money spent is like money in the bank. Those corporations that run their research and development teams around the clock even during a recession are usually the ones to emerge with the best profits in the future. Things You Can Do To Beat The RecessionPosted by Ryan Best. Published on Jul 22, 2009 So it’s no secret that we are in a recession. Our economy is in pretty bad shape. This is not the first time we’ve been in a recession, and most likely not the last. The fact is that we are in one right now. So you ask yourself how are you going to get through it? How are you going to get through the tough times? First of all, you can’t… It Doesn’t Take Money To Make Money? Say What?Posted by Cynthia Farsadi. Published on Jun 14, 2009 What does it mean when people often say "it takes money to make money?" And what if that statement, although it makes it’s point, is NOT accurate and keeps many from pursuing their passion. Read on… How To Get A Patent For Your Invention Or Intellectual Property.Posted by Jack Oceano. Published on Jun 11, 2009 The first step you will want to take to obtain your patent is to visit a local branch of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. If that isn’t convenient, you can find most of the information and required forms at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Web site. Inventive Principles – Using The Power Of Substitution To Stimulate Imaginative ThinkingPosted by Michael Glen. Published on May 15, 2009 One of the inventive principles you can use to stimulate creativity is substitution. It works like this: You are about to pound a nail into the wall, but you don’t have a hammer. Instead, you employ a wrench for the purpose. Your child is watching and learns an important lesson about life- Imagination allows us to use an object in a manner that was never intended. Neural Ergonomics – The Organics Of ThoughtPosted by Milo Bono. Published on May 03, 2009 Neural Ergonomics applies Ergonomic reasoning to support natural function of the internal mechanisms of the brain. Many harmful forces are generated, both internally and externally, that disrupt this natural function. There is in fact an optimal approach to thinking that can nullify these harmful forces while simultaneously removing the impediments to mental clarity. A Simple Innovation ProcessPosted by Steven Gillman. Published on Apr 19, 2009 If you want what may be the simplest innovation process, here it is: Find the things that others are not doing well, or just not doing. Once you identify these deficiencies, design a better service or product based on what customers really want. Then sell it. An Invitation To True Power: Learning Self-commandPosted by Vickie Jimenez. Published on Apr 05, 2009 Many people think that power is a possession of sorts, like money, knowledge or fame. True power is not something that can be falsely manufactured either and does not use violence of any kind. Power does not manipulate, seduce or persuade anyone to follow you either. These are all forms of false power seemingly appearing real. So what is true power then? Go to page: << First< Previous123Next >Last >> Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.