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In my new book Midnight Lunch, learn how you can begin applying Edison's world-changing collaboration process in your teams now. Read how to:- Make collaboration thrive
- Foster collaborative dialogue
- Groom innovation catalysts
- Propel collaborative innovation
Midnight Lunch™ Lab
Debuts In Raleigh
America's first Midnight Lunch™ Lab has opened in Raleigh's Research Triangle Park! This unique collaboration space serves as a 'third place' for engineers and project teams engaged in the innovation process.
Thomas Edison worked with small teams in intensive 5-hour collaborations after hours that came to be known as midnight lunch sessions. The new Raleigh Midnight Lunch Lab draws upon the same intensive 5-hour approach that Edison used with his teams, allowing today's knowledge workers to deepen their collaboration skills.
Project teams have shaved months off their timetables using the Midnight Lunch collaboration process, propelling the type of disruptive thinking that is crucial in today's market environment! Read more, or schedule a free one-hour Midnight Lunch preview here.
Midnight Lunch in Fast Company
This Fast Company article on Midnight Lunch highlights how Edison's collaboration process can accelerate innovation in teams today. Learn about all 4 phases of collaboration: Capacity, Context, Coherence, and Complexity.
New on Forbes:
3 Trends To Watch As Starbucks Brews Deal With Spotify
My Forbes post this week takes a deeper look at the streaming music deal Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz brewed up with Spotify. While it appears on the surface as a simple digital music play, it's much more.
Read how this savvy move harnesses success for the global coffee franchise in the Internet of Everything: Three Hot Trends To Watch As Starbucks And Spotify Brew Digital Deal.
Download the Audible.com Version of Midnight Lunch
Now you can share Midnight Lunch with your entire team anywhere in the world! Download the new audio version from Audible.com, Plus, work with your team on concepts in the book using these free worksheets!
Why Is Thomas Edison Still Relevant Today?
Offering the largest learning 2015 marks the fifth year that the 92nd Street Y in New York City has featured Genius Week - an in-depth examination of genius. Sarah's Edison research was highlighted as part of this year's Genius Week program! Her 3-minute video reminds us that we can see Edison's revolutionary technologies present in the smartphone!
"Inventing the Future, Edison Style"
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