The Growth Weekly - Growth roadmaps, hacking user growth, IBM's nanosheets breakthrough, Lego reinvented and artificial photosynthesis

Hi all, happy Friday!Here's a new edition of the Growth Weekly, your weekly dose of growth inspiratio
The Growth Weekly - Growth roadmaps, hacking user growth, IBM's nanosheets breakthrough, Lego reinvented and artificial photosynthesis
By The Growth Weekly • Issue #36
Hi all, happy Friday!

Here’s a new edition of the Growth Weekly, your weekly dose of growth inspiration. The best reads we found on the web this week.
In this week’s edition: building a growth roadmap, guide to user growth, the plan behind SolarCity, how Lego reinvented itself, IBM’s silicon nanosheets breakthrough, self-driving car challenges to overcome, blockchain to save the environment and fuel created through artificial photosynthesis.
Enjoy your read!

Growth
How To Build A Growth Roadmap
In the increasingly fast-paced, agile marketplace, change will happen. The winners will be those with a plan. Build a growth map for your product now, and win.
Definitive guide to user growth
A massive multi page guide to acquiring users through ad campaigns, A/B testing, and content marketing.
The Real Story Behind Elon Musk’s $2.6 Billion Acquisition Of SolarCity And What It Means For Tesla’s Future–Not To Mention The Planet’s
The Tesla CEO’s merger with his cousins’ sustainable-energy company, SolarCity, is totally logical–and hugely risky. With eyes now on the private sector for environmental leadership, can Musk pull off another miracle?
Innovation
How Lego clicked: the brand that reinvented itself
The revival of Lego has been hailed as the greatest turnaround in corporate history, ousting Ferrari as the world’s most powerful brand. Johnny Davis reports
IBM's Silicon Nanosheets Breakthrough Will Help Push Moore's Law Forward
A clever new design from IBM has major implications for everything from AI to self-driving cars.
Here's Why Your Innovation Strategy Will Fail
Different types of problems need different types of solutions. Every innovation strategy has its time and place. What’s great for solving one type of problem may fail.
A Guide to Challenges Facing Self-Driving Car Technologists
The underlying technology of autonomous vehicles has made dramatic strides in recent years. But there are still plenty of issues to be worked out.
Cool stuff
Researchers create hydrogen fuel with artificial photosynthesis
Scientists all over the world have been attempting to recreate photosynthesis in the lab in hopes of being able to mimic the process to create fuel. Now a team…
Blockchain Could Help Us Save the Environment. Here's How.
Blockchain is being used in the music, autonomous vehicle, and supermarket industries. It has the potential to contribute to a more sustainable environment.
Dutch households will use servers to heat their showers for free
Dutch startup Nerdalize has a different approach to server cooling. Rather than trying to dissipate excess energy from servers, it wants to harness it, using it to heat people’s homes instead.
Thanks for reading. Keep growing!
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