Posts Tagged ‘innovation’
Trapped? Just MacGyver your way out!
I’m way late to the MacGyver party, but something technology integration specialist Kevin Honeycutt said compelled me to arrive. MacGyver – for those of you who, like me, didn’t watch much TV from 1985 to 1992 – was a secret agent in an action-adventure TV series who “invented” his way out of tight spots with…Read More
Cheating. Encourage it or punish it?
Was I “cheating” when I went to Steelcase’s website to read essays penned by great thinkers to coincide with the office furniture manufacturer’s 100th anniversary? After all, drawing from these fertile minds prior to writing this article about the future of education would help me immensely, right? And “The Rise of the Small” was the essay…Read More
Every business is show business . . . a Disney & Pixar expert tells why
Pixar Animation Studios’ ode to childhood did it to me again, though my mind was made up that it wouldn’t happen this time. I was determined not to tear up as I curled up with my three-year-old grandson to watch “Toy Story 3.” I felt “safe” not having a box of tissue nearby since I’d…Read More