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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
How to Stop Self-Sabotaging Your Creativity It’s easier to start from scratch than it is to get out of a creative rut. Read More
It’s the Talent, Stupid Six presidential campaigns later, I’ve still got Bill Clinton’s iconic 1992 slogan running through my head: It’s the economy, stupid. Read More
Walking The Tightrope On The Innovation Bell Curve Breakthrough innovation typically starts at the edges of the bell curve in the challenge of a crisis or the prospect of an outstanding opportunity. Read More
The Graduation Speech I Didn’t Give [Infographic] In the depths of winter, my thoughts often turn to warm visions of summer: barbeques, the beach, and graduations. Read More
Innovating Innovation Strategy: Part 2 [In last week’s part-one installment of this three-part article, I highlighted all the things that make innovation so radically different from all other forms of value creation. Read More
The Greatest Innovations Are the Ones You Don’t See Cool, shiny, sleek: these are the qualities we associate with top-shelf innovations. Read More
The Question Is The Answer An innovation answer is a seductive illusion. Read More
Skeptics Create True Believers in Your Innovation Your most loyal followers of the future just might be the skeptics who doubt you today. Read More
Assembling Your Innovation Advisory Board A genius is only as great as his brain trust: the circle of mentors and consultants who nurture and enhance his ideas. Read More
A Map for Engineering Your Next Innovation [Infographic] Innovation is about bringing together individuals with diverse strengths who can push against each other and build something collaboratively that they never would’ve come up with on their own. Read More
When Nobody Wants Your Innovation What happens when the comfort of the old is preferable to the risk of the new? Read More