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It’s time to change your mind on things – literally

They called it “literally impossible” – an unachievable ambition for any human to outrun the 4-minute mile. If there was any hope in even attempting such a feat, conditions would have to be absolutely perfect: the track hard and dry, the temperature exactly 20 degrees Celsius; a windless day with tens of thousands of spectators to cheer you over the line. But it’s impossible, don’t forget, so why would you even try?

Empty spaces: Cracking open our campuses for innovation

In 1804, the world’s population stood at one billion. Just over 200 years later, that number had multiplied sevenfold. One billion: a number that, at the turn of the 19th century, had taken all of human history to accrue, is now tipping over in a matter of 12 years. From six billion in 1999, we have quickly reached the seven billion mark in 2011. Humans, we have a problem.

An ode to the ordinary

In today’s fast-paced world full of shiny new technology, there seems to be little for the mundane. How do we make the ordinary extraordinary?

Gambling on VR: Wanna bet?

VR offers possibilities that can transform the customer experience in the future. Are casino and gaming industry willing to gamble in this technology?

What if Africa was orange?

Through blockchain innovation, Africa will be orange with the rest of community becoming merchants and makers of their own energy.

Spoiler alert! The future is…

Predicting the future does not seem so far-fetched anymore. But, do you want to know everything that lies ahead? No spoilers please!

The problem with good ideas

As the concept of ‘good ideas’ get devalued, let’s use our hard-earned knowledge to be strong and really question what’s wrong with it.

The drawing power of imperfection

In a world searching for perfect and real production, companies should consider the drawing power of imperfection to the average customer.

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