America is outsourcing innovation, and we need to bring it back
Modern US Coins - House Passes American Innovation $1 Coin Act
On Tuesday, January 16, the United States House of Representatives passed H.R. 770, the American Innovation $1 Coin Act.
Here’s How to Stop Squelching New Ideas, Eric Schmidt's Advisory Board Tells DoD
“DoD does not have an innovation problem; it has an innovation adoption problem,” reads one of the new recommendations from the Defense Innovation Board. It even has an “innovation theater” problem: the preference for small cosmetic steps over actual change.
Let's keep open the doors to US innovation
Protect American ideas through trade
The United States stands alone as the global leader in innovation. This is no accident.
The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies
With a GDP of nearly $19 trillion and a population in excess of 323 million, the United States is the largest consumer market in the world. As such, global corporations make doing business in the U.S. a priority.
China Becomes One of the Top 5 U.S. Patent Recipients for the First Time
Chinese companies have increased the number of U.S. patents they’ve received by tenfold in less than 10 years, another sign that the world’s second-largest economy is succeeding in its strategy to transform from Silicon Valley’s factory to a powerhouse of research.
The U.S. Needs to Make IP Policy a Priority, Now
Once regarded as a copycat, counterfeiter and patent infringer, China is now threatening U.S. IP superiority with a flood of inventions and a superior system for resolving disputes. Until now, the U.S. was the go-to nation for new ideas; the defacto innovation leader.
These Three Phrases Are Killing Innovation At Your Workplace
Most of us want to work in an innovative workplace, but you could be subliminally creating a culture that squelches creative thinking.
Innovation a common theme in China, U.S. strategic approaches
After reading the two presidential documents, I've found a striking resemblance in them: the unprecedented emphasis laid on innovation, an area I believe the two countries have as much, if not more, to cooperateon rather than compete.