‘Ideas in the News’ tracks compelling ideas from variety of sources

Ideas in the News is a biweekly publication of MeansBusiness, a firm that bills itself as “the largest and fastest growing database of business ideas in the world.” MeansBusiness sells its content to corporations, universities and consultants. Rather than focusing directly on innovation and creativity, “Ideas in the News” provides executives with insights on big […]

Ideas in the News is a biweekly publication of MeansBusiness, a firm that bills itself as “the largest and fastest growing database of business ideas in the world.” MeansBusiness sells its content to corporations, universities and consultants. Rather than focusing directly on innovation and creativity, “Ideas in the News” provides executives with insights on big ideas — such as “Making Software Invisible” and “Structural vs. Cyclical Change” — in the November 25th issue. Why not check it out today, to see what ideas and inspirations you can find here? You can view archives of Ideas in the News as far back as November 2001 – a wealth of big ideas, concepts and potential “a-ha’s!”

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