In order to stay in front of the curve you need to be willing to try new innovations, fail and learn in incremental ways from the information you’ve gathered.
A New York-based medical device maker, PAVmed is using innovative technologies and a unique business model to bring products to market more quickly and for much less cost. But the model could apply to almost any business.
Neil Grimmer, CEO of a startup called Habit,, is achieving success with his new company just a few years after selling his first company, Plum Organics, to Campbell Soup.
Steelcase CEO Jim Keane's office is a working prototype, sending a tangible signal that from the CEO on down, his company innovates by learning.
Statistics are often at the heart of fake news and other misleading reports. Here's how to make sure you and your company don't get caught in the middle.
Scientists and engineers aren't just integral to a company's R&D efforts. They can boost productivity in other areas, too, according to a growing body of research.
Sometimes the best products come from the people who buy them.
Albert Einstein made some arithmetic errors and Bob Dylan hit a few off notes. But they were still geniuses.
American companies are spending more on research and development than a year ago, providing a welcome bright spot in the overall troublesome pace of business investment in the U.S. economy. And the permanence of the federal R&D tax credit since 2015 likely has played a significant role in this trend.
It’s not easy being a pharma CEO. The industry is currently taking a PR beating for raising the prices of its drugs, and not just for new medicines, but also ones that have been in the market for decades. But pharma CEOs counter that it’s increasingly tough to cover R&D expenses, though they are finding other ways to mitigate costs, including slashing other types of expenses and buying competitors.
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