The Secret to Teaching Creativity at Business School How do you teach creativity? I’ve had to work through this issue for over 25 years. Read More
The Best Way to Look for the Next Big Thing The opportunity to innovate may be right in front of your eyes, but turn around or blink and you’ll miss it. Read More
Want Radical Innovation? Here’s Where to Look Innovation happens behind-the-scenes. It’s often not the faces of a company–the directors and managers–who come up with breakthrough ideas but the individuals working out of public view, in the background. Read More
The New Rules of Innovation Go back to the basics. That is the imperative of radical innovation: take a look at the underlying rules and principles that guide your organization and see what happens when you change them. Read More
The Top Innovations We Should’ve Seen in 2014 With everyone else in the year-end spirit of looking back, I’m ready to look forward. Read More
The Upside of Discovering Your Incompetencies How well do you know yourself? Do you know your weaknesses as well as you know your strengths? Read More
How to Weed Out Projects That Aren’t Worth Your Time Forget what you’ve heard about comparing apples to oranges. Read More
How to Jump-Start Radical Change in Your Company When Steve Jobs developed the iPod in 1997, he assembled a diverse group of thinkers with different points of view and areas of expertise. Read More
The Low-Risk Way to Design Breakthrough Products The fastest way to build something is to deconstruct it. Read More
The Key to Creating Partnerships That Work The coming together of two distinct organizations isn’t merely difficult–it’s nearly impossible. Read More
How to Turn Conflict Into Creativity Two talented people who have nothing in common are more likely to create something exciting than two talented people who think the same way. Read More
How to Create Better Ideas Faster The four F’s of effective brainstorming. Read More