Clearing up what an innovation challenge can or should be Anil Rathi
Skild Founder & CEO, Anil Rathi, responds to “Dump the Prizes” post on Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Recently, the Stanford Social Innovation Review posted a blog article written by Kevin Starr. The piece, “Dump the Prizes,” infers “contests, challenges, awards—they do more harm than good. Let’s get rid of them.” While Mr. Starr makes some valid points, we disagree. Skild’s Founder and CEO, Anil Rathi, [...]Michael Timmons
The Innovation Challenge®, a property of Skild Inc., is the World’s largest and most established online innovation competition. For the past 10 years, the brightest and most creative people from all over the world have been matched with leading companies in an experience designed to address our most pressing business and…Michael Timmons
The Video Q&A with the winners of the 2012 Whirlpool Innovation Challenge is done – check it out! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7qsXFhFVkc…Michael Timmons
Check out this interview with Anil Rathi, creator of the Innovation Challenge and CEO of Skild; Jennifer Clinehens, leader of the winning team from the 2011 Innovation Challenge; and Sam Zellner, Executive Director of Innovation at AT&T.…Michael Timmons
“Worlds Most Innovative MBA Team” and Runners-up Celebrate Their Victories by Ringing the Bell at the New York Stock Exchange Michael Timmons
Top college athletes can imagine themselves carrying off a national championship trophy, for MBAs there’s The Innovation Challenge®. These teams aren’t competing in stadiums with thousands of cheering fans. [...]Anil Rathi