By R "Ray" Wang on August 11, 2015
Alphabet Enables Google To Remain Innovative On August 10th, 2015, Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin announced the formation of Alphabet, the holding company which will include Google and a portfolio of companies to spur innovation (see Figure 1). A new website www.abc.xyz emerges and Google will still trade as (GOOG). Check out […]
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By Michael Krigsman on January 25, 2012
After 131 years great American photographic icon, Eastman Kodak, filed for bankruptcy while Japanese FujiFilm rises toward greatness. There is a lesson in here.
By Michael Krigsman on April 18, 2011
Innovation in the enterprise is difficult at best, and seemingly impossible most of the time. In this excellent video, inventor Steven Sasson, who developed the first digital camera for Kodak, discusses culture and communication as requirements for innovation. Although he presents a brilliantly simple synopsis of the problem and solution, few people possess the inter-personal […]