Rainforest Rev: Reinventing the Company


Reinventing The Company

The Economist
Startups are redesigning the basic building block of capitalism. The disrupters are reinventing how business works. They are also reinventing what it is to be a company. Today’s startups are pioneering a new sort of company that can do a better job while exploiting new technology. Read more…

How Can Your Company Create A Culture Of Innovation?

World Economic Forum and Knowledge Wharton
We need to learn the art of celebrating failures and the lessons from those failures, so that people push the boundaries, try new things, experiment, co-create with the customers and build an environment that is full of innovation, and that keeps you progressing in short bursts along with your customer. Read more…

Innovation Isn’t So Much About The Eureka Moment

PBS Newshour
The processes to create the Reebok Pump & helmet impact sensor were mundane and tedious. First they establish a clear objective, then conceptualize what they want to do, explore what materials they need to build the product, and then assemble it. Read more…


An Orange Carpet for Entrepreneurs

Kauffman Foundation
Four years after the White House launched the Startup America project, more than 60 nations have emulated the effort in different ways. The StartupDelta was set up to establish the Netherlands as one of the top three most attractive startup ecosystems in Europe. Read more…

Brunei Darussalam: A Time for Stock Taking

Southeast Asian Affairs
Brunei’s government is moving beyond the oil and gas industry, which has dominated its country. Progress can be seen in three clusters of domestic business enterprises: small/micro industries in services or products; Information and Communications Technology-related enterprises, and large industries through foreign investment and joint ventures. Read more…

The Best and Worst Countries to Run a Business, According to the World Bank

The Wall Street Journal
The top 10—the most business-friendly countries—were largely unchanged from last year, with Singapore holding its No. 1 ranking and the U.S. still in the No. 7 spot. Eritrea, Libya, South Sudan and Venezuela were ranked the worst countries to try and run a business, respectively. Read more…

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