This is how Fatou N’diaye teamed up with four strangers to develop a vague idea into a potential multi-million dollar online solution in less than 48 hours.
Putting a man on the moon was a project and vision that inspired a generation to reach beyond. That made children and adults alike want to reach for the stars in literal and figurative senses.
In professional services, there is no way around innovation. Eat or be eaten. Which is why our Forensics team are making the process more formal.
In the Age of Automation: Will Jobs Really Matter? James Mabbott shifts the debate from what type of jobs will still exist in the future, to what kind of society we want to have.
Most clients want their business problems solved quickly. But Natasha Stronach from our U Collborate team believes the best solution is to start by slowing down.
Today is Einstein’s birthday. Paul Van Bergen shares his love of science with a couple of incentives to help bring more scientific minds into business.
Standing nervously on the beach I did something I had never done before…I read the instructions on the box. Ken Reid on the value of experimental learning.
Sand, surf, snow and serendipity: sharing your holiday eureka moments – because innovation is a collective
One of the great pleasures of the holiday season for many “C” level executives is taking time out to relax and reflect on the year that has been and the…
A few years back, KPMG set about a journey to build a culture of innovation. Central to this was the notion that it is “safe to fail”. An idea that…
Far too many Australian entrepreneurs with great companies struggle to take their businesses to the next level by succeeding in overseas markets. There’s all too often a disconnect for founders…