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The Low-Risk Way to Design Breakthrough Products The fastest way to build something is to deconstruct it. Read More
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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
Jeff DeGraff Interview on The JetSetter Show Jason Hartman sits down and talks with Jeff DeGraff, professor for the University of Michigan’s Ross Business school and an expert in innovation. Read More
How to Create Better Ideas Faster The four F’s of effective brainstorming. Read More