Sarah's work as an innovation process expert has been featured in major news publications including the New York Times, Forbes, USA Today, Fast Company, Fortune Small Business, and many others.

Sarah's Innovation Resources Make The News

Sarah's new book Midnight Lunch was featured in Fast Company magazine. The article highlights how Midnight Lunch translates Thomas Edison's revolutionary collaboration process for use in the digital era. Read about the 4 C's Sarah indicates are crucial for collaboration success today: Capacity, Context, Coherence, and Complexity

Forbes digital healthcare blogger John Nosta comments on Sarah's book Midnight Lunch in his look at Edison's revolutionary invention of the fluoroscope, a medical technology that remains in use by hospitals and health centers globally today.

Sarah was recently featured in this American Express OPEN Business Forum article, "Even Small Businesses Can Innovate Like Edison."

Andy Boynton's Forbes blog post "Don't Build That Yourself" identifies Sarah's book Innovate Like Edison as a powerful resource linking innovation and collaboration in today's economy.  

NYTimesThis New York Times article reveals why Sarah's first book Innovate Like Edison is used as a tool to drive creative thinking.

In this USA Today article reviewing Innovate Like Edison, Edison's Five Competencies of Innovation are recommended as a key resource for individuals and teams to innovate effectively now.

Fortune Small Business article endorses Innovate Like Edison as an innovation guide for small business success today.

StrategynRead Sarah’s white paper written for Strategyn where she discusses why Edison was ahead of his time, adopting a needs-first approach to innovation that's relevant now.

Executive LeadershipRead Sarah’s interview with Alice Bumgarner from Executive Leadership where she discusses how to collaborate like Edison in the 21st century.

Innovate NowRead Sarah’s article in the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce publication, Innovate Now! assessing whether America's educational system could produce another Thomas Edison today.




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