Post written by Haley Pysick   In a corporate-driven society, failure of any kind is a threat. It’s not just a threat to the bottom-line, but also to the structure, reputation, and functioning of the company. To prevent deviation from management’s imposed...

    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...

http://youtu.be/LwMfyBN8Igg   Failure is something that we should never fear, and in fact, it is something we can learn from. Innovation means trying new things and processes, and not always being a success. Thomas Edison had at least 1,000 different ways to...

Great words to inspire us all for the week! Innovation is not a task that is always perfectly laid out in front of us, and we need to discover many ways certain things don't work, before we find how it...

http://youtu.be/AJFfvic_UsQ   Failure is something that we should never fear, and in fact, it is something we can learn from. Innovation means trying new things and processes, and not always being a success. Lorna Ross, Director of Design at the Center for...

Failure is a key part of innovation, design and research, and what really matters is summed up here by Winston Churchill. Resilience, courage, picking yourself up, this characteristic is defining of those who we see as successful and transformative. We...

http://youtu.be/Oo52cBo_8-g   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. Join us and...