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American Shipper | February 01, 2011 Now that the clouds of economic doom and gloom are showing signs of lifting, the liner shipping industry — carriers, shippers and fourth-party logistics providers included — have the opportunity to shift from survival mode to driving innovation and true competition into the business. Numerous firms spent the past two […]

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How Do You Measure Innovation?

by David on October 25, 2010

A practical hands-on guide for measuring your IT innovation program. Measure performance, competence and strategy to take the black art out of innovation. By George Chen & Amy Muller Thu, October 21, 2010 CIO — For too long now innovation has been viewed as a black art. Business journals, such as Business Week and Fortune, […]

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The train that never stops at a station

by David on September 21, 2010

How to get on and off the non-stop high speed train! A new Chinese train innovation – How to get on & off the bullet train without stopping. VERY COOL CONCEPT ! No time is wasted. The bullet train is moving all the time. If there are 30 stations between Beijing and Guangzhou, just stopping […]

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As South Africa raises its export volumes of mostly bottled wines, it also increases its carbon emissions. “So it becomes a delicate balancing act to enhance our sustainability profile while pushing up our output,” says Su Birch, CEO of Wines of South Africa (WOSA). And one of the answers lies in reducing the weight of […]

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