Need to Get Creative? How to Create an Idea Space Where you work is how you think. Read More
How to Do More With Less Innovation is not an event. It’s a long process that depends on incremental changes along the way. 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
Time To Turn Michigan’s “Three Economies” Into One When it comes to economic growth in Michigan, one size does not fit all. 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
How to Find Your Next Super Star Employee The biggest myth about innovation is that it is done only by geniuses who work alone. 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
Innovation: Hide Inside Trojan Horses Whether Greeks bearing gifts for stalwart King Priam of Troy or a malware computer virus masquerading as a can’t miss offer, the Trojan horse has come to represent a manipulative strategy of trickery and deception. Read More
Innovation: Old Crops, New Soil Did you know that some of the largest chapters of agricultural groups like the Future Farmers of America are in urban centers? Read More
Can the “Commies” Innovate? The headlines about the economic fortunes of the 1% and the associated political maneuvering to influence and manipulate our world view are disturbingly reminiscent of those in the early-twentieth century when mega-corporations called “trusts” ruled the day. Read More