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Sam Rashkin / BUILDER / March 23, 2015Read More
As a marketer, you’re keenly aware of the ongoing disruption of print and digital publishing. While B2B media companies continue to evolve digitally, some are still struggling in an endless transition. Is your organization adopting a digital first approach so you can stay ahead of marketing strategies and scale for the future? This article from Gigaom’s Matthew Ingram provides insight on how culture is the defining factor in a company’s ability to innovate.
Because of the obvious differencesRead More
Richard Florida / The Atlantic Cities / July 11, 2013
The report “Innovation and the City” [PDF] is an important addition to our knowledge of urban policy innovation. It summarizes the results of a six-month research effort by policy researchers at New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service and the New York-based Center for an Urban Future. The research team interviewed over 200 experts (including our own Emily Badger) and surveyed more than 120 policy innovations. (I should disclose here that I am Global Research Professor for the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies).
These responses wereRead More
Rich Binsacca / BUILDER / January 6, 2013
The New American Home 2013 breaks the mold of innovation, integration, and sustainability for the next generation of housing.
From the middle of the second-story balcony of the New American Home 2013, overlooking the center courtyard, you can glimpse a portion of the open-air basement two levels below. Shift a little to your right, and the telescoping patio doors of the basement’s enclosed home theater also come into view, as does the kitchen above it and a bit of the bedroom suite above that. Move all the way across the balcony to your left, and the view changes again, this time revealing theRead More