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Complaining is not a strategy

Many companies may start their lives playing to win, but inevitably end up playing not to lose. It is this cycle of being proactive and then reactive that may become a fact for your organization. Many books and blog posts have been written about the many reasons companies fail, a key reason is because they […]

10% of the majority: when ideas get adopted

How long does change take? Interesting question. And one that, at least to me, doesn’t have a concrete answers. But a good answer is that it takes time. It simply doesn’t happen overnight. But, we do know that if we want to accelerate change then it is best to aim to win over / enlist […]

5 innovation must reads of the week: Why bigger is no longer better

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Innovation must reads of the week: The secret phrase innovators use

[View the story “Innovation must reads of the week: The secret phrase innovators use” on Storify] Innovation must reads of the week: The secret phrase innovators use Storified by Jorge Barba · Sat, Sep 22 2012 19:34:24 New post — How can we spur innovation at work — and in ourselves? http://goo.gl/BOvVIEric Barker Ten Ways […]

What are you doing to escape old ideas?

“The difficulty lies, not in the new ideas, but in escaping from the old ones.” – Keynes Coming up with new ideas is a piece of cake. But escaping the pull of the tried and true is the difference between staying releant or not. Old ideas are like oxygen, we don’t even know they are […]

Change will happen whether you like it or not

Companies are still scrambling with the rise of social networks like Twitter. If people think you suck they’ll gladly express themselves and let everyone else who listens to them. Oh and by the way, this happens in real-time. This is the type of change most companies have not embraced. But you know what, this change […]

Innovation posts of the week: Why we don’t like change

Why We Don’t Like Change 4 Roles for Your Innovation Team by @timkastelle Innovation: Corporate Culture is Not the Answer! – Forbes FREE BOOK: Making Open Innovation Work by @lindegaard Why Experts Create Few New Ideas