Disruptor Foundation Fellow Lindon Leader has created some of the most iconic and memorable logos in the history of marketing. We are honored to run his “situation-challenge-solution” brief for some of his favorites. NCAA Indianapolis, IN The Situation: Redefining a proud American institution In 1998 the NCAA faced a number of issues, among them: [...]
Disruptor Foundation Fellow Lindon Leader has created some of the most iconic and memorable logos in the history of marketing. We are honored to run his “situation-challenge-solution” brief for some of his favorites. Technicolor North Hollywood, CA The Situation: Re-branding a Hollywood icon Technicolor’s enviable heritage traces back to 1915 when the company pioneered [...]
Video of the 2014 Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards can now be found on YouTube! Enjoy the full ceremony (below) or click here to see the entire playlist of individual honorees’ speeches and segments.
By Craig Hatkoff and Irwin Kula, co-founders, Disruptor Foundation As co-founders with Clay of the Disruptor Foundation, our mission is to raise awareness of and encourage the advancement of disruptive innovation theory and its’ application. Jill Lepore’s New Yorker article, and the river of commentary in its wake has certainly achieved a heightened level of awareness [...]
During the week leading up to this year’s Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards, HLN introduced the world to four of the newest key players in disruptive innovation (above) on national television. Watch their reel featuring four of our honorees — Kevin Kelley (“The coach who never punts”), Debbie Sterling (“GoldieBlox”), Yael Cohen (“Fuck Cancer”) and Adam [...]
Encountering Glenn Beck By: Irwin Kula This past Thursday I spent an extraordinary day in Dallas with Glenn Beck… yes that Glenn Beck. I did a radio segment and a TV segment, had a two-hour conversation with Glenn and then had an intimate dinner with him and some remarkable innovators and writers. Our experience was [...]
After our awards ceremony on Friday, guests from the audience attended one of seven thought-provoking breakout sessions hosted in classrooms at NYU Stern School of Business: panels which included many of our honorees, fellows, and other disruptors from a range of industries. Thank you to NYU, all moderators, panelists and guests for making such great [...]
This past Monday night, Craig Hatkoff and Rabbi Irwin Kula spoke with Hutch Carpenter, Judith E. Glaser, Mark Payne, Tarah Feinberg, Jeff Meleski, Peter Thum and Bre Pettis in a panel moderated by Julie Anixter. The panel was a part of the NYC edition of the Innovation Excellence Innovation Cities Tour, hosted in part by the Disruptor [...]
Mourning Online – What Does This Mean for Traditional Religion? By Irwin Kula If there is one thing religion has historically been good at and its clergy and institutions used for it is death management. Well, these days with “None” the fastest growing religious identification – more than 20% of all Americans and more than [...]
By Craig Hatkoff Honoree David Hoffman sent me the following letter today and I asked him if I could share here on our website: “Dear Craig, Today I sent a group of select colleagues the letter (via e-mail) that you see below. I thought you might enjoy reading it. On April 25 in NYC [...]
By Dr. Marni Sommer, Columbia Mailman School of Public Health Tackling female circumcision (otherwise known as FGM or FGC) is challenging in countries around the world. In 2009, on the international day symbolizing the global effort to stop the practice, I attended a remarkable event in Segeneiti, Eritrea. The National Union of Eritrean Women (NUEW) [...]
What Religions Can Learn from Microsoft By Irwin Kula, Disruptor Foundation co-founder Big news from Microsoft – it has finally decided to make its Office software, specifically its suite of applications including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, work on all computing devices including those made by its competitors, Apple’s Ipads and Google’s Android operating system. I [...]
By Irwin Kula Here is innovation at its best – a billboard that generates water from nothing but thin air in a place where water shortage is one of the biggest problems. Innovation arises when passion and purpose come together, when people collaborate across different domains and expertise, when different technologies are combined and when [...]
On Wednesday, June 19, 2013 Accenture and Tribeca hosted a private event entitled “Disruptive Innovation Revisited: Toward Quantum Innovation”. The event featured a lively conversation from select Disruptive Foundation Fellows and past Tribeca Disruptive Innovation award winners. They discussed how their applications of disruptive innovation have created value in unexpected ways, not only as applied to [...]
During a breakout session at 2013 Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards, an esteemed panel assembled by The Henry Jackson Initiative (2013 Honorees) engaged in a lively discussion and exchange of ideas on the subject. Discussion Framework: It has been over four and half years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the beginning of the worst [...]
The 2014 Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards will be held on Friday, April 25th at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (566 LaGuardia Place). Buy all-inclusive Innovation Week Passes and view more information here.
We’re proud to honor pioneers and groundbreakers across all fields at the fourth annual Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards. The Tribeca Film Festival (TFF), in association with the Disruptor Foundation and Harvard Business School Professor Clay Christensen, father of Disruptive Innovation Theory, is pleased to announce the innovative honorees from various disciplines and domains that will [...]
Watch the entire 2012 Awards Ceremony here!
Thomas Suarez’ fascination with technology began at an early age. He taught himself how to program which led him to develop apps for the App Store. He published his first app, “Earth Fortune”, and this was quickly followed by his most famous app, “Bustin Jieber”, a Justin Bieber whack-a-mole. At 12, Thomas gave a TEDx [...]
Originally posted on April 26, 2012 in honor of the third annual Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards, this blog has been updated to reflect new dates for the 2013 fourth annual Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards. Tribeca Enterprises COO and President Jon Patricof reflects on the unique partnership between Clay Christensen and Craig Hatkoff. On [...]
The Tribeca Film Festival, in association with renowned Harvard Business School Professor Clay Christensen and the Disruptor Foundation, is proud to announce the recipients of the third annual Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards, hosted by NYU Stern School of Business, on April 27. The live stream will begin at 11:00 am right here on TribecaFilm.com. We [...]