Tag: business

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The Cavalry Isn’t Coming – Why You Should Take Your Destiny Into Your Own Hands I fly a hundred thousand miles or more each year, and usually when I get off my plane I’m met by the driver of a black car. Read More
What are the basic steps to make innovation happen? One of the first stories I ever learned to read was called Stone Soup. Read More
What are some steps companies can take to create a culture of innovation? Here are some ways to promote creative culture within your organization: Create a safe collaborative space: Collaborative innovation comes in many forms and kinds. Read More
Besides creativity, what other attributes are key to a successful leadership? Leaders need to know their leadership type. Read More
Rethinking the Liberal Arts for Business Education: Rise of the ‘Pracademic’ In a world of open access, higher education remains astonishingly, frustratingly closed. Read More
Recreating Your Company [Infographic] It’s an old story–a new company with a new product and a new way of looking at things dislodges established business that can’t keep up. Read More
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 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
How to See the Future First One of the biggest challenges innovators face is to truly understand the market opportunity space before they start creating a strategy and well in advance of product development. Read More
Looking for “The Next Idea” to Move Michigan Forward Originally published on MichiganRadio.org The creative, the visionary, and the just plain out there. Read More
What Does “Making Stone Soup” Have to Do With Business Innovation? Originally published on SmallBizTrends.com By Charles Franklin If you were hungry and only had access to a large iron cauldron, stones, and water, would you be able to survive? 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