Enjoy it Beyond the Social Network: Tips for Engaging Professional Relationships to Last a Lifetime by Gary Polsky It used to be that you met someone at a meeting or a mixer, had a real conversation with them, perhaps saw them again at a luncheon, exchanged an email or phone conversation, and eventually, developed […]
Beyond the Social Network: Tips for Engaging Professional Relationships to Last a Lifetime by Gary Polsky
It used to be that you met someone at a meeting or a mixer, had a real conversation with them, perhaps saw them again at a luncheon, exchanged an email or phone conversation, and eventually, developed those initial interactions into a long-term business relationship.
Innovation and Social Leadership by Riitta Raesmaa
My brain is bubbling after the TEDxHelsinki event – a creatively built lineup of innovative speakers. The themes were exactly those I’ve been working on lately: Entrepreneurship, innovation, age & generations, and leadership. So here are random thoughts I’d like to share.
Lee Chipman: I Can Do Anything by Whitney Johnson
Lee Chipman is a busy mother of five girls. When she’s not baking, cleaning or helping with homework, she enjoys decorating her home.
Get Your Process Right to Innovate Successfully by Tim Kastelle
Ideally, you’ll have both. But I suspect that if it’s either/or, process wins.
There is an interesting example from the world of chess in Michael Nielsen’s fantastic new book Reinventing Discovery: The New Era of Networked Science. The book discusses how our improved ability to network via the internet is changing the face of science. It’s an interesting book, and also an important one and I recommend it highly.
Deconstructing the Design Thinker by Sohrab Vossoughi via Ralph-Ohr
The term ‘design thinking’ has lost some of its lustre of late, particularly in business publications. In my view, this is the natural result of throwing around a term with a bit too much enthusiasm and not enough understanding, and it is truly unfortunate, because the qualities it describes have never been more important.
The Future by Design by Greg Satell
The future has a nice ring to it. It is fairly busting with promise. We can let our dreams run wild, imagine that some of the bullshit we currently have to endure will subside and that cool new things will replace boring old ones.
Sketchnotes of Ezio Manzini at School of the Art Institute of Chicago by Craighton Berman
This past Monday evening, on an unseasonably warm night in Chicago, sustainability expert Ezio Manzini gave a thought-provoking lecture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Mr Manzini is a Professor of Industrial Design at Politecnico Milano, and is a renowned expert in the application of strategic design for sustainability.
Why We Cannot Perceive the World Objectively by Michael Michalko
People tend to think of perception as a passive process. We see, hear, smell, taste or feel stimuli that impinge upon our senses. We think that if we are at all objective, we record what is actually there.
Have a nice week!
Enjoy it Riding the Whitewater Rapids – 5 Life Lessons by Jon Mertz One thing can be said about me – I am not a water-sports-type-of-guy. After nearly drowning as a very young kid, I never learned how to swim until I was in my early 20s, but that is another story… Finding […]
Riding the Whitewater Rapids – 5 Life Lessons by Jon Mertz
One thing can be said about me – I am not a water-sports-type-of-guy. After nearly drowning as a very young kid, I never learned how to swim until I was in my early 20s, but that is another story…
Finding Your Next Big (Adjacent) Idea by James L. McQuivey via Ralph Ohr
It’s unusual that an analyst will ask you to stop thinking about the far future, but I need you to back away from the Corning A Day Made of Glass video on YouTube. All that clear glass is clouding your vision.
Would You Like a Smile With That? By Arie Goldshalager
This New York Times Case Study of Pret a Manger is packed full of instructive and innovative employee engagement and customer service practices. See for example:
Innovation: Do What You Can, With What You Have, Where You Are by Tim Kastelle
One of the key points that Peter Sims makes in Little Bets is that if you wait until your idea is perfect before you act on it, your chances of success are greatly reduced. This means that if you are trying to innovate, you have to be able to work with what you have right now.
Gulp – Extreme Creativity in Stop-Motion Animation by Mike Brown
After writing about extreme creativity for a couple of days, here’s a real-life example: Gulp, the world’s largest stop-motion animation film. It’s extreme creativity in that it takes the skill set (manipulating and filming inanimate objects in a very controlled indoor setting) and scale (small) of typical stop-motion animation films in a completely different direction:
5 Principles of Creativity by Greg Satell
Back in the 1880’s, Frederick Winslow Taylor was able to make dramatic gains in efficiency by timing workers performing rote tasks. His efforts spawned the idea and practice of scientific management.
Is Open Innovation Superficial? By Stefan Lindegaard
Perhaps the question should be: Is the term, open innovation, superficial? The topic was raised at the Open Innovation Summit in Chicago after a presentation given by Susan Harman, Group Manager, Open Innovation at Intuit.
You Can’t Innovate If You Ignore Your Real Problems by Sohrab Vossoughi
Struggling companies often look to momentary design solutions, but, Ziba’s Sohrab Vossoughi warns, they won’t succeed unless they embrace internal change.
What is your Open Innovation partnering approach? By Kevin McFarthing
Open Innovation is now an accepted methodology for enhancing your new product or service development pipeline. It is deployed to varying degrees depending on the industry or even the company attitude.
Have a nice week!
- Transformar um chefe num líder com mentalidade de Design Thinking
- Interdisciplinaridade e a ciência de dados no caminho da inovação
- Não são analógicos, não são digitais…são pessoas!
- Abanar a dissonância cognitiva e abraçar a inovação
- O conhecimento tácito é um gatilho e uma alavanca para a inovação! Será verdade?
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