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"Clausewitz observed that officers who could pierce this fog, who could reduce relative uncertainty, consistently defeated opponents even when outnumbered and outgunned. "...
There’s something strangely compelling about someone finding a priceless painting in their attic or stuffed behind the water heater.
Directing R&D (and therefore intangible asset creation) need not be revelationary or reactionary.
Technology rights alone are often insufficient to develop a mainstream consumer market upon – design rights and eventually branding are required to take innovation to the next level.
A “see no evil, hear no evil” approach to Freedom to Operate (FTO) has left some New Zealand companies badly burnt. Here are 4 key points to keep in mind.
The tobacco industry has been on the brink of extinction for a number of years, yet one major intellectual property transaction is the key to the industry’s profitable pivot.
Do-it-yourself (DIY), perhaps even more than rugby, is New Zealand’s passion. PlaceMakers is a temple to our love affair with making and fixing things by ourselves.
Often CEOs and managers struggle to get beyond day-to-day business demands because the focus is "keeping the car on the road" rather than strategic or long term issues.
A very experienced (and wealthy) technology investor once told me "if you want to make a small fortune in technology start with a large one."
The US Patent Office reported that 97% of patents never make any money for the inventor. The Federal Trade Commission cited an even lower rate of success: less than 1%.
The top five networking tips to save you from standing awkwardly next to the cheese platters this season.
It’s a strange reality but most NZ businesses spend more on coffee than they do on their intellectual property strategy.
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