Category Archives: Headlines

Powering Monday Night Football with Feet?

Electricity. It’s not exactly cheap, and in rapidly modernizing countries (or even U.S. municipalities with budget woes) the idea of illuminating a neighborhood soccer field so kids and adults can play at night (especially in a poorer neighborhood), might seem … Continue reading


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Will Health Sensors Make iWatch the Must Have Wearable?

Back in the 1990’s NBC referred to Thursday night as must watch television, and when it comes to making the transformation from invention to innovation, an innovation often needs a ‘Must Have’ feature. So, with rumors swirling about the potential … Continue reading


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Your Chance to Help Overworked Entrepreneurs

Life for a busy entrepreneur regular working 60 hours a week can lead to a struggle with maintaining a healthy weight. You may find that you are eating out for convenience and getting to the gym very infrequently (if at … Continue reading


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Your Chance to Help Working Professionals

Today life in our college years feels somehow more manageable than the hectic pace of the working professional. Somehow it feels like it was easier then to eat reasonably well and to stay in good shape. Recent college graduates feel … Continue reading


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Your Chance to Help Middle-Age Guys (and Gals) Get Fit

Here is your chance to help every middle-aged guy (or gal) who’s struggling with the inevitable progression of age. What used to be easy isn’t anymore! Maybe you (or a friend) used to be a big runner and counted on … Continue reading


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Your Chance to Help Working Moms (and Dads)

Working Moms (and Dads) struggle to get a healthy meal on the table for their family every night during the week without resorting to fast food (or any other fast, but unhealthy alternatives). If you have an idea to help … Continue reading


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Looking at Healthcare Innovation from the Inside Out

After working for the last decade helping organizations from the OUTSIDE IN: Build innovative marketing strategies Manage multiple, simultaneous, cross-functional business projects Optimize complex processes Create an enterprise-wide innovation-focus I thought it was time to flip things around and go … 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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Stop Praying for Education Reform

When it comes to education, we should adopt Nike’s famous motto and ‘Just Do It’. In the United States (and probably many other countries around the world), it has become a popular pastime to complain about the state of the … Continue reading


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Free Speech – Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire

Who says there is no such thing as free speech? (well, nearly free) From now thru December 31, 2010, if you are one of the first five organizations to buy 100 copies of my new book – Stoking Your Innovation … Continue reading


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