Can a motor manufacturer make a difference to millions of lives? That is the goal of Jaguar Land Rover, which set an ambitious target to improve health, reduce poverty and create new opportunities for employment and education for 12 million people around the world by the end of this decade.
What do solar charging hubs for the developing world, 3D-printable plastic satellites and printed-to-measure shoes have in common? It's up for debate... but we think they're some of the most exciting new tech ideas that have the potential to change the way we live and work for good.
Every year we hear tales of big businesses who have been living in the past, where they held an unassailable lead, being overtaken and rendered embarrassingly antiquated; Nokia and Blackberry immediately spring to mind.
Another year, another piece of crime and justice legislation. At least we can't blame the Coalition Government and the former Labour administration for a lack of continuity. Over the past three years, we have had nine pieces of criminal justice legislation and the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill before Parliament is just one of four crime Bills currently under debate.
The Innovation Team is again heading to Austin, Texas for SXSW 2014. This put us firmly in fizzy territory as we waited for the plane to take off. And by fizzy, I don't mean Champagne - the '80s are long gone. I mean a mixture of excitement and The Fear.
Healthcare should be "predictive, preventative, precise and personal" - so says Eric Dishman, Intel Fellow and general manager of Intel's Health and L...
Although I agree that Banks and Financial technology firms should be looking to partner and work together where possible to improve the proposition for customers, I don't necessarily believe that this strategy will make banks more innovative and provide better services for you, I and our businesses...
The company wanted to run a development programme - but money was tight. They needed to keep the accommodation costs as low as possible. Whilst we understood this, we didn't want to create a 'cheap-skate' feel to the event. How then to proceed?
Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific was the first international airline to launch a hard shell Economy seat for its long-haul fleet of aircraft in 2007. The fi...
The overarching theme of this blog is to show that better use of the skills and creativity of the UK advertising and communications sector would benefit society as a whole as well as business... But even I admit that, with all the creativity in the world, none of us could stop the floods which have dominated our media landscape.
These positive market conditions are leading many executives to consider what they can do with more and seriously consider the ways in which to future proof their organisation - so they are not blindsided by future market blips. For many the answer to this is innovation.