Crypto-currencies and the innovation, regulation conundrum
As with crypto-currencies, the speed at which innovation can take hold and outpace regulation is concerning.
How schools can drive change in education
The culture change can start with extracurricular activities like robotics and coding classes, which can be presented to all ages, says Lulu Burger, director of Education at the OnSite Group.
Training in an alternate reality
From gamification to augmented and virtual reality, training and skills development solutions are revolutionising how employees learn.
Investing in innovation
It's raining digital and disruption. It's time to strap on your innovation wellies and get wet.
Smart approach to investing in innovation
Without investing in innovation, you will always be susceptible to competition, says Pierre Aurel, strategic project manager at e4.
Why your innovation efforts aren't working
Innovation stems from learning to ask the right questions, writes TransUnion Africa CEO Lee Naik.
Sluggish innovation investment
SA's government needs to develop a clear policy framework for investing in innovation in the country.
Future-proof or foolhardy?
Sometimes 'innovation' isn't all it's cracked up to be...
Connecting the unconnected through innovation
One sure-fire way to effectively innovate is to adapt an existing channel to a new use, says Ebrahim Dinat, COO at contact centre solutions provider, Ocular Technologies.
Taking the guesswork out of innovation
With the right tools, it is possible to tell your innovation story in a successful way, says James Gardner, CTO at Mindjet.