Billionaire Masayoshi Son–not Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, or Mark Zuckerberg–has the most audacious vision for an AI-powered utopia where machines control how we live. And he’s spending hundreds of billions of dollars to realize it. Are you ready to live in Masa World?
capss' innovation committee
Colorado Department of Education
Don Tyson School of Innovation, Arkansas
Coalition of Essential Schools
Organizations that bring proven models to many schools could increase the pace of innovation.
Schools all across the country face similar challenges: gaps in achievement, student absenteeism, diminishing student interest in school from one grade to the next, out-of-school trauma that affects the way students learn, and the list goes on. But while these challenges are shared, many schools attack them as though they are facing them alone. They develop unique solutions to common problems.
by Ramon Salinas
Executive decision-making often makes or breaks innovation success. Most organizations are capable of generating ideas, but struggle with the process of choosing when, where, and how to commit dedicated resources to explore or develop promising ideas.
Strategic and organizational factors are what separate successful big-company innovators from the rest of the field.
It’s no secret: innovation is difficult for well-established companies. By and large, they are better executors than innovators, and most succeed less through game-changing creativity than by optimizing their existing businesses.
Age of Agility, Presented by America Succeeds
Harvard Business Review
7 Awesome Videos on Innovation
ctnext - Connecticut's Innovation Ecosystem
American Legislative Exchange Council
The Innovation Schools and School Districts Act