Mukti Bosco, co-founder and Secretary General of Healing Fields, spoke at the 2014 Transform Symposium about her efforts with Healing Fields and Opportunity International to improve the public health of women in poor nations. Opportunity International is a conglomeration of...

Acts contrary to self-preservation might be the key to differentiation through innovation   Post Originally Published on LinkedIn by Ron Amodeo   In the 1947 film Miracle on 34th Street, a frustrated Macy's customer is stunned when the store Santa tells her the toy...

    Dr. Prabhjot Singh, the Director of Systems Design for the Earth Institute and an Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, spoke on September 9th at the 2014 Transform Symposium about the human element in improving medical...

    Counting down the final hours, we at the Center for Innovation reflected on 2014 and took stock of not only the projects we worked on, but also the lessons we learned. You know the old saying, "You can't see the forest through...

    We are all creatures of habit. Over eons of evolution, our brains have developed ways of making our conscious lives less complicated. The brain’s ability to create habits has made daily routines feel--for lack of a better word--routine. The first...

  As 2014 winds down, and we pen our resolutions and goals for 2015, this inspiration from the past is a great reminder to be purposeful with our work and lives. In a local co-working office, there was a quote written on...

  This coming Tuesday, December 23rd, Minnesota Public Radio will be featuring two of our Transform 2014 talks from Lauren Taylor and Thomas Fisher, M.D., M.P.H. If you live within broadcast range of Minnesota Public Radio, tune in to 91.7 FM on...