Posted on March 10th, 2014 by Admin
Posted on March 6th, 2014 by Admin
Posted on March 4th, 2014 by Admin
Guest Blog Written By Nolan Meyer.
In a talk given at the Mayo Clinic’s Transform 2009 Symposium, Maggie Breslin, then a designer and researcher in the Spark Design Lab of the Mayo Clinic’s Center for Innovation, outlined the power of conversation in enhancing the quality of healthcare delivery.
If you were to guess why patients consistently return to the Mayo Clinic and recommend the Mayo Clinic to friends and family, what reason would you venture? Unparalleled medical expertise? Superior technology? Prestige? Tropical weather conditions?
In contrast, the number one reason is not solely due to the excellent quality of care they receive. It is not that they receive pioneering procedures at a world-class academic medical [...]
Posted on March 3rd, 2014 by Admin
Posted on February 27th, 2014 by Admin
How do you define the word "Failure?" How does it help move innovation forward? Thomas Edison had at least 1,000 different ways to not create the light bulb, and it led to one of the greatest modern inventions.
Upload your own story of how failure led you to a new lesson/direction/idea and tweet it out with #embracefailure in the tweet!
Posted on February 25th, 2014 by Admin
Mark your calendars for March 6th, where we are co-hosting a twitter chat (use the hashtag #innovationchat) with the Edison Awards to talk on the subject of "Embracing Failure in Innovation." Failure is such an important part of innovation to not only show us what doesn't work, but opens the doors to new ideas, directions, questions and answers.
If you have a great story on failure leading you to innovating, share it with us! Upload your video to YouTube and tweet it out with the hashtag #embracefailure to share [...]
Posted on February 24th, 2014 by Admin
Posted on February 20th, 2014 by Francesca
On the first week of my summer 2013 research experience at Mayo Clinic, I walked into the Center for Innovation thinking I had walked straight into Google headquarters. I was immediately in awe of the sleek office design (which [...]