Art as a Research Method

Research is not as objective as many of us would like to believe. We construct complex statistical models, fret over leading questions, and sometimes cloak ourselves in the complexities of science mystery. But in doing so we sometimes miss the bigger point – we’re here to discover, innovate, and find insights that inspire people.  Good […]

The Death of Innovation and the Renaissance Mind

There seems to be a degree of consensus that once a company hits a certain size, when it becomes a “big” business, it stops innovating or thinking in new ways.  Of course, there are exceptions to the rule, such as Apple or Patagonia, but they are just that, exceptions.  Assuming for a moment that there […]