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Demystifying Design Thinking with Sunil Malhotra

Demystifying Design Thinking with Sunil Malhotra

Just like innovation and artificial intelligence, design thinking is a buzzword. There is a cottage industry of practitioners who, with good intention or not, are hoping to get their pockets full from enterprises who want a step by step process that reduces the uncertainty behind innovation.

6 Books I Read In 2017 That Are Worth Your Time

books I read in 2017If you’ve been following me for a long time you know I have a very Hungry Mind. On top of magazines, articles and reports, I read at least 1 book per month; and have gone up to 4 in years past. This year I read 15 books in all, lighter than before but interesting nonetheless.

8 Best Tech Newsletters To Subscribe To

8 Best Tech Newsletters To Subscribe To

If you have not been keeping up, emerging technologies will drive the Next Economy. Which means that in the future, you’re either a digital business or a dead business.

With that said, business leaders need to keep up with the pace of technology because exponential technologies require exponential leadership.

How? Beyond blogs and podcasts to cover your heart’s desire on all tech related news and topics; there are also newsletters.

Your Need For Certainty Kills Innovation

There's No Innovation Without Uncertainty

Innovation is as much about attitude and perspective as it is about process. It’s an uncertain path that tests women and men’s mental and emotional fortitude; it’s not for everybody.

As innovators we have fight against human nature; our own and that from our fellow humans. The fear of not knowing is the main enemy of this story, which takes constant vigilance and engagement.

You Shouldn’t Have To Ask Your Boss For Permission To Learn

learning how to learn

A few weeks ago I chatted with a group of students about what a culture of innovation looks like, and the conditions that have to exist for it to happen at work. Many of them were taken aback because I explicitly told them that they should look for an employer that values curiosity; the cornerstone of innovation. It’s important because they have to take a deeper look at the culture to identify those who only pay lip service from those who do innovate.