I like to think of new ideas as a network—a collection of observations, experiences, insights, relationships and creative thinking that systematically come together to form something new.
Humans are inherently wired to strive, to master a craft we love and are good at, to seek improvement and progress, and to meaningfully contribute to something we deem worthwhile.
IBJ asked Allegion futurist Rob Martens to tell us how security technology will change our lives moving forward. His answers are as much about information and data as they are about physical barriers.
Patent owners have seen massive erosion of their rights coupled with a rise in basic enforcement costs and risks.
Indiana should differentiate itself by becoming the most aggressive talent recruitment-and-retention state in America. Think Alabama football, but on a bigger scale.
Bio-Response Solution’s flagship product liquefies human corpses, turning muscle, flesh and fat into a coffee-colored effluent that can be swirled down the drain.
The city is using data to try to predict crime before it happens and solve problems with food deserts and prevent water main breaks.
Indiana ranks 44th nationwide in the capacity to meet the medication-assisted treatment needs of our population.
Indianapolis Public Schools sought to disrupt the K-12 education world two years ago by launching "innovation schools," an entirely autonomous group of schools within the district's boundaries. With eight schools up and running, what lessons are emerging?
LifeOmic is seeking to help doctors provide more precise treatments for patients by sequencing their DNA.
Stephanie Fernhaber is using a trendy creative strategy called “design thinking” to crack a problem that could be made worse as Marsh Supermarkets continues to shed locations.
An architect, a museum designer, a professor and others offer their advice. The keys, they say, are creating the right environment and keeping an open mind.
When organizations tap into the social web to gain information about their audience, and leverage social channels to engage with prospects, it becomes easier to present a trustworthy, knowledge-based solution.
A struggling mall turned into a co-working space? An auction that connects startups with C-level execs? Inmates-turned-entrepreneurs? Check out programs and projects in other cities that have garnered national attention and could prompt discussions locally.
The internet of things isn’t about making your toaster self-aware, it’s about making you more aware.
Greenfield-based Rubicon Agriculture turns discarded shipping containers into self-contained, fully enclosed hydroponics units that cost less than $100,000.