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Business Healthcare Innovation Techonomy Events

American Interdependence, Democracy, and Innovation

Will American democracy survive? It’s a sad question many of us are asking these days. It’s also the title of the opening session at our Health+Wealth of America conference on Thursday Dec. 16 in midtown Manhattan.   More

Community Insights Healthcare Innovation

The Evolution and Death of the Electronic Medical Record

The EMR we have come to know does a very important thing, but it's absolutely nothing compared to what they could, should, and maybe will do in the very near future.   More

Finance Innovation Partner Insights

Financial Disruption Is Global…and Accelerating

How fast can fintechs address global needs? Two industry leaders say the future of financial services firms will be built on data, automation, and the hybrid cloud.   More

Innovation Startup Culture Sustainable Development Goals

Glasgow Dispatch: Startup Funding Encourages Sustainability

While the U.S. is awash in venture capital and has an abundance of startup competitions, in many corners of the world such investment money is scarce. The lesson for people who believe innovation can help save the planet: Put up, or shut up.   More

Community Insights

Bridge the Digital Divide For a Brighter Future of Work

Preparing for the future of work means creating a socially responsible supply chain, a more equitable and inclusive workplace, and a more diverse workforce at every level. The key: bridging the digital divide.   More

Community Insights Healthcare Innovation

Start at Step 7: Accelerating Innovation in MedTech and Life Sciences

Good innovators rarely start from scratch. They build on a platform of capabilities, tools, and insights already available. It's time for health care to step up.   More

Business Innovation Partner Insights

12 Corporate Experts Talked Best-Practices for Innovating in Big Companies. Here Are Their 4 Conclusions.

Just because you can innovate, doesn't mean you should. And sometimes core parts of the business need to be "gently blown up."   More

Government Innovation Techonomy Events

White House Tech Advisor Focuses on Innovation

Michael Kratsios came to Techonomy2018 to show the administration's support for innovation. The audience of tech and business leaders was polite but skeptical.   More

Government Techonomy Events

How Trump’s Top Tech Advisor Aims to Keep the US Innovative

Michael Kratsios is leading President Trump's national tech policy. Techonomy’s Josh Kampel and David Kirkpatrick recently visited Washington to spend time with Kratsios. What are his priorities? How is the Trump administration thinking about tech and innovation?   More

Business From the Magazine

How Customers Pay to Help Big Companies Innovate

Innovating effectively is an urgent imperative for big companies. Now some are working with Indiegogo to crowdfund consumer products that might not have met former thresholds for money and attention. If interest is there, the scale-up happens fast at companies like Whirlpool and GE. (From the latest issue of Techonomy Magazine)   More

Managing Manufacturing Techonomy Events

At Techonomy NYC: Chewable Ice and Turning Bananas into Dirt

Companies struggle to stay relevant to customers as tastes and trends change quickly. At Techonomy NYC, I was struck by Slava Rubin, cofounder of crowdfunding service Indiegogo, which has started working with companies like GE and Whirlpool to test ideas with consumers. His best stories relate to refrigerators and the way we dispose of trash.   More

Global Tech Healthcare

China’s Challenges in Healthcare Innovation

China produces relatively few breakthrough innovations in science, medicine, and healthcare technology. But China’s leaders understand that healthcare innovation is crucial for their nation’s continued rise, and massive new investments and policy reforms could soon transform healthcare R&D. In some fields such as precision medicine, it even may become a global leader.   More

Jobs Managing

The Technology Secret Most Leaders Miss

As technology changes business, hiring and retaining talented software engineers becomes ever more crucial. But great talent can be squandered with poor infrastructure and inefficient processes that waste peoples' time. Companies that don't implement the latest software development tools won't keep the best programmers.   More

Cities Internet of Things Techonomy Events

Program Director Ross on Techonomy NYC—One Month Away!

On Thursday May 26 we host Techonomy NYC. Our diverse program covers everything from finance and banking to health, smart cities, crowd-based capitalism and the impact of tech on culture and trust. We’ve got 27 speakers, including Autodesk CEO Carl Bass, Data & Society’s danah boyd, IBM’s Blockchain expert Jerry Cuomo, Facebook’s Carolyn Everson, Bayer head of digital development Jessica Federer, U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, GE Digital CEO Bill Ruh, Betterment CEO Jon Stein and NYC CTO Minerva Tantoco. Join us!   More

Arts & Culture Media & Marketing Society

Without Design, Innovation Doesn’t Happen: A Conversation with Paola Antonelli

Paola Antonelli, senior curator of architecture & design and director of R&D at The Museum of Modern Art, is a passionate advocate for the importance of design in society and business. Techonomy’s David Kirkpatrick conducted this extensive interview with her over lunch in New York.   More

Business Opinion

How to Succeed at Crowdsourcing Innovation

Vigilant business leaders fear becoming irrelevant. We must encourage our employees to want to innovate – not because they are under threat, but because they are eager to be engaged. Much of an organization’s best innovation is driven by ideas that come bottom-up, originating from the grassroots. How can leaders effectively crowdsource innovation?   More

Manufacturing Startup Culture Techonomy Events

From Techonomy Detroit: In Manufacturing, Speed Trumps Scale

A tech trifecta is transforming manufacturing: Cloud connectivity, cheaper, computing, and easily-shared digital information. When speed-to-market is valued over all else, businesses that best utilize these tools for R&D, production, and delivery will win. The new synergies are transforming one-man manufacturing startups as much as giants like Ford.   More

Analytics & Data Business Healthcare

Can Open Data Drive Innovative Healthcare?

As healthcare systems worldwide become increasingly digitized, medical scientists and health researchers have more data than ever. Yet much valuable health information remains locked in proprietary or hidden databases. A growing number of open data initiatives aim to change this, but it won’t be easy.   More

Cities Learning Society

Making Detroit a Movement: The Power of Narrative

Throughout history, certain cities at certain moments in time have had an outsized impact. Think about Detroit’s future, built on a rich legacy of innovation and diversity, in terms of a movement—of individuals as well as companies, nonprofits, and public sector institutions. What would really help is a well-crafted narrative.   More

Business Techonomy Events

Preemptive Innovation

Innovation is happening faster because it’s getting better organized. Incubators of all stripes are sprouting all over the world. Large corporations are spinning in talent and building internal startup labs. Leaders know they can’t just wait around for inspiration to strike, they have to seek it out or grow it themselves. At the Techonomy 2014 conference in Half Moon Bay, Calif., Idealab CEO Bill Gross, Citi Ventures CEO Debby Hopkins, and Coca-Cola SVP Guy Wollaert talk about how companies can stay ahead of the innovation curve in this discussion moderated by McKinsey's Michael Chui.   More