Tag Archives: Innovation

You Can’t Wish Or Hope Your Way To A Different Perspective; You Have To Act Your Way

Whether people and organizations like it or not, the current pandemic is accelerating the digitalization of the enterprise at all levels. Still, many organizations are late to the party, and some aren’t acting at all.

Great Leaders Don’t Delegate Innovation And Creativity; They Lead It

You can’t talk about things you want done when you’re not setting the example. In every group and / or business that I’ve lead, I’ve always set the example; I don’t know any other way to do it. So earlier in my career it was a bit mindboggling to me when I encountered other organizations where the leader was not setting the example. They asked and expected their employees to behave in a certain way, but they didn’t walk the talk themselves.

Why The “Fail Fast, Fail Often” Mantra Is Often A Recipe For Failure

Fail fast and often is a phrase that has grown in legend in the last decade. It originated in the startup world, and has taken on a life of its own. To fail fast and often means that the faster you fail the faster you’ll reach success. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work this way.

Don’t Disrupt, Create Better Options

Throughout the school year a university in Mexico, Cetys, invited experts from outside to come to campus and talk about different topics to its students. I was invited to talk about disruptive innovation, but the COVID-19 virus changed that and classes and all other activities were cancelled.