Most articles that address failure speak about it in high-level, general terms, which leaves me, and countless other readers, with the burden of unraveling this emotionally-laden term on our own.Read More
The more layers of digital data we can source and collect about a particular place or landmark, the more context we will add to the historical record of our time. We can imagine that the archaeologists of the future will no longer have to dig in the dirt to understand our culture, instead they'll just look at our digital databases (however primitive the technology) and know who we were as a society, down to the intimate details of a life.Read More
It is so nice to meet you! I want to introduce myself. My name is Bree Groff, and I am the newest addition to the Peer Insight team. Previously, I was the head of innovation at a K-12 private school, before that I was an instructional coach, before that a math and physics teacher, a psychology researcher, an actress, and way back in my high school days, an assistant in a magic show. Those were the days.Read More
What can hospitality companies like Marriott and Hilton learn from a small bamboo guest house in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia? The answer: a ton. A typical vacation experience for a Malaysian guest is very different than the American vacation experience back in the U.S.A. How so?Read More
I’ve been a full-time service innovator for 16 years, and the transition to scale-up is still one of the most challenging aspects of innovation.
As we look for answers for this challenge, perhaps baseball and startups have something to teach us: Protect your promising ventures through a tiered system of risk capital and operating rules.Read More