According to a study by David Rand of Harvard: People who spend time with happy people are more likely to become happy themselves.
A recent study states that in order to get promoted you need to put your creativity to rest and embrace the status quo. Is being an innovator enough to get promoted?
In Pursuit of the Perfect Brainstorm via @devpatnaik The 5 Myths of Innovation via @mitsmr Innovation in an Age of Austerity via @ralph_ohr The Top Six Innovation Ideas of 2011 – HBR Changing Mental Models to Make Innovation Work – Innovation Management Reflections from a tough 2010 for innovating differently in 2011 by @paul4innovating Spearheading [...]
By creating more management (structure) we’re alienating other’s and our own freedom to create. We need more leaders not more managers.
Find insights for innovation using Maddock Douglas’s ‘insight statement’.
To be built to last is to be built to change, and that only happens by continuously improving what you’re good at and relentlessly working on turning your weaknesses into strengths.
Two-Footed Questions for Innovative Results by @ellenfweber Beware of Facts & Innovation by @dscofield Two Ways to Hire Effective Innovators – HBR This Little Piggy – Become the Only Ones by @lindegaard Why customer experience innovation matters now by @ovoinnovation People Who Have More Fun At Work Are More Innovative – Business Insider Achieving a [...]