Monthly Archives: April 2013

Latest Radio Interview with The Health Maven

I’m proud to share with you the link to my latest radio interview. This time I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with LeAnna J. Carey (@thehealthmaven), host of the popular radio program The Health Maven – Innovation … Continue reading


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Join me at the Front End of Innovation 2013

From May 5-8, 2013 I will be in Boston, MA for the Front End of Innovation conference at the Seaport World Trade Center which takes place May 6-8, 2013. Use discount code FEI13BRADEN to save 20% on the event and … Continue reading


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Renting ‘Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire’

I noticed something new on the Amazon page for my book Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire today when I popped onto their web site. What was it? Amazon has introduced a rental option for textbooks. It makes sense that my book … Continue reading


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Is GE Trying to be Too Quirky?

Last week GE and Quirky announced a new partnership where GE will make some of its library of patents available as part of Quirky’s new inspiration platform, allowing inventors to use some of its patents in their potentially novel consumer … Continue reading


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Philadelphia – Food Fail

In a continuing series of articles exposing the gradual degradation of our food supply, I’d like to highlight what used to be called Philadelphia Cream Cheese, but now you will notice that the logo has dropped the cream cheese phrase … Continue reading


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New Way to Integrate Real and Virtual World

First came augmented reality, using the GPS and camera on your smartphone to layer information from the virtual world onto the real world as displayed via the camera. Now, Fujitsu has introduced a device that I came across on Mashable … Continue reading


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Kentucky ‘Fraud’ Chicken – Food Fail

Cost Cutting Gone Mad Every time I turn around, food continues to get less and less real. Imagine my surprise when in a fit of weakness I turned up at my local KFC (yes, the word chicken is no longer … Continue reading


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Optimizing Innovation Resonance

What does resonance mean to you? The word has many different dictionary definitions depending on the context, but most of them focus on vibrations reaching an ideal state. Here are two of the most relevant dictionary definitions for our innovation … Continue reading


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Latest Radio Interview with Entrepreneur on Fire

I’m proud to share with you the link to my latest radio interview – this time with the popular program Entrepreneur on Fire. Podcast: Download | Play in new window


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Announcing FREE Nine Innovation Roles Resources

I have big news that I’m extremely excited to share with you today. I’m proud to announce today that I’m setting The Nine Innovation Roles free. What does that mean exactly? It means that for the greater good, I am … Continue reading


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