This week’s briefing report was prepared by Sandhya Chilpalkatti, editor and publisher of Spa Mantra magazine, a C&E Media publication. Her perspective, coming from India, on innovation and imagination has drawn our attention – “rewarding the wackiest, out-of-box ideas.” Continue reading
If you aren’t quite sure how to answer that question, consider this very bold reply below, which was in response to one of the five questions posed to delegates planning to attend the upcoming Global Spa and Wellness Summit (GSWS) in Aspen, Colorado:
What do you see as the main innovations in the spa/wellness industry (existing and future)? Continue reading
In preparation for the upcoming Global Spa and Wellness Summit (GSWS), which will take place in less than 45 days in Aspen, Colorado, registered delegates are asked to submit short briefing papers on exactly that topic. Each two-page briefing answers five questions and is aggregated into a printed report that each delegate receives at the Summit. (Each briefing can be viewed on the GSWS website beginning in June.) Continue reading
Question for the week:
Is “incremental” innovation superior to “disruptive” innovation?
The “debate” about “incremental” versus “disruptive” innovation in this issue of the Economist is an excellent read and well worth your time this weekend.
Here are a few thoughts from the debates’ moderator, the person arguing that “incremental” innovation is superior and the person arguing that “disruptive” innovation is superior. We hope it helps spark your interest. Continue reading