Seven years into reforms, is the EPA supporting or hindering American innovation?
Seven years ago, former President Barack Obama signed into law the Lautenberg amendments to the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976. The American Chemistry...
What turns can teach leaders about the nature of business
Leaders who can see opportunities whenever they experience turns in their business will stay ahead of the curve, Steve McKee writes.
Psychological safety boosts team performance and innovation
Leaders can create psychological safety for their teams by listening closely, normalizing failure as a learning experience and holding inclusive meetings, write Karolin Helbig and Minette Norman.
A rare “thin place” may determine the future of work
The thin place -- a rare sliver of time -- between the pandemic and post-pandemic can spark amazing innovation in the working world.
SmartBrief’s Foodservice Innovation Awards 2022 to celebrate smart solutions
This year’s SmartBrief Foodservice Innovation Awards, now open for nominations, aims to celebrate exceptional products that help foodservice operators and professionals work smarter, safer and more sustainably.
Effective leaders accelerate their team’s ideas-to-actions flow
Companies succeed when ideas are turned into actions, and great leaders help create ideas-to-actions machines. Learn more.
How leaders can teach their teams to become more creative
Leaders know that creativity and idea generation drive success, yet many are unsure how to unlock innovation in their teams. Learn more about the strategy behind creativity and idea generation.