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A Medical Innovation Factory in the Middle of the Desert

N2Growth Blog

But what happens when the same surgeon is promoted to manage other doctors, or in the case of Dr. Rakesh Suri, asked to become the CEO of the entire hospital? And what happens when said hospital is a major global expansion of the world-famous, highly innovative Cleveland Clinic? The hospital soon became an innovation factory. ‘In

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Verizon, the iPhone, and the Power of Second Chances

Harvard Business Review

The game isn't over, and adding Verizon's other innovations might even change the game. There is still a debate in strategy circles about whether it is better to be the first mover or a fast follower, and whether missing out on the first wave of disruptive innovation means falling behind forever. But roles might soon be reversed.

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The $300 House: A Hands-On Approach to a Wicked Problem

Harvard Business Review

Yet, Sunil Suri wrote in a post on the urban challenge that "slums by their nature are located where land and space are limited." Suri proposed potential solutions, including innovative materials, new ways of thinking of the construction process, and building up. For us, good business and social innovation are one and the same.

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The $300 House: The Urban Challenge

Harvard Business Review

Today, Sunil Suri offers a way to scale Class-A housing in densely populated areas. Innovative wastewater technologies will be used in several forms to create a fully recyclable, near zero water system at each development. Let's start with affordable housing.

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