Findings from the Fourth Product Portfolio Management Benchmark Survey Imagine sailing in the World Cup race without a strategic plan or a map. It is a sport where speed is of the essence, decisions (and perhaps more importantly the timing of those decisions) are paramount, and team talents must be optimized at any moment. With competitors abound displaying their impressive...

A certain phrase has gained currency in my world lately: the notion that a social enterprise must have an “exit strategy.” Social enterprises,...

Microscale method requires so little energy that it can run on a store-bought battery AUSTIN, Texas – By creating a small electrical field that removes...

Guest post by Paul Polak, author, “Out of Poverty” and founder of International Development Enterprises What if we could harness the limitless power of the sun to carry water to the crops of millions of small poor farmers around the world? If I want to water my petunias, I turn on the tap outside my house, hold my thumb over the end of a battered green hose and...

  Each year, waterborne disease affects 40 million Indians. This costs people time and money. Getting safe, potable water to urban and rural Indians...

Starting by redefining success, machines that vend clean water at low cost can solve India’s drinking water problem, says entrepreneur Anand Shah. Go to Source Tags: Water, vend, ATMs, Solar-powered ...

With water stresses already at high levels in many parts of the world and not expected to ease in 2013, a number of innovators are trying new technologies...