Tag: innovation guru

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How can leaders best encourage innovation? To encourage innovation, leaders need to stop relying on old ways and become forward-thinkers in an ever-changing world. Read More
Besides creativity, what other attributes are key to a successful leadership? Leaders need to know their leadership type. Read More
Is creativity something that can be taught? There’s a lot of controversy surrounding this question that largely stems from the question of degree. Read More
What is Innovation? When asked to define the legal definition for obscenity, Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously quipped “I know it when I see it.” For most of us the same applies to a working definition for innovation. Read More
Jeff DeGraff Interview on the Bitrix24 Blog Jeff DeGraff was recently interviewed by Bitrix24 in an article titled “Want Innovation? 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
Innovation: There Is No Final Destination Innovations don’t stay innovations. Read More
Innovation Isn’t Change Innovation isn’t change. It may seem like a minor difference but this is actually a huge distinction. Read More
MacGyver Mind, McDonald’s Mind In some practical ways our world is still illuminated by the Scottish Enlightenment that brought us such goodies as electromagnetism, capitalism and single malt whisky. Read More
For All the Go-to-Guys on Father’s Day Barry Sanders, arguably the greatest running back to every play football, never spiked the ball when scored a touchdown. Read More
Why the ‘most innovative companies’ aren’t Pull out the list of the “most innovative companies” from your favorite business magazine. Read More
Why Innovation Is So Hard Chances are, innovation doesn’t work where you work — or only works some of the time, mostly in spite of your organization’s system and processes. Read More