We Need Real Scientific Breakthroughs To Build A Clean Energy Economy

A decade ago, clean energy seemed like a pipe dream. Solar panels, windmills and electric cars were widely considered to be something for wealthy tree […]

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Social Innovation and Open Innovation – Two Sides of the Same Coin

Charlotte Peleszezak is graduated in International business law and entrepreneurship from HEC Paris. Her professional thesis examined the link between open innovation and corporate social […]

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Welcome to Innovation Resorts

Dear Innovator, On behalf of the staff at Innovation Resorts, welcome. We hope you enjoy your stay and please do not hesitate to contact us […]

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Make Your Next Corporate Offsite a Disruptive Innovation Jam

How to transform a boring leadership offsite into an inspiring springboard for the future I’ve been fortunate to work with thousands of executives from many household […]

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Here’s What Our Quantum Future Will Look Like

Quantum computing is the hot new thing. With Moore’s Law ending, there is a mad rush to find a new avenue for advancement. To optimists, […]

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This Could Be the World’s Single Largest Industry By 2050. Are You Ready For It?

Every so often an innovation comes along that becomes a watershed for the next 100 years. For the 21st Century, this is it. Few things […]

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What You Must Know Before Creating an Innovation Culture

If we’re serious about developing an innovation culture it probably helps to explore a little bit more around what’s involved…. Raise your hand if you […]

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Dr. Asshole

In 2004, Stanford Professor Robert Sutton published “More Trouble Than They’re Worth” in the Harvard Business Review. His subsequent book, The No Asshole Rule, expanded on the theme […]

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The Tyranny of Key Accounts

Why They’re Not Always a Good Thing Abstract In this article, Gerry Katz discusses one of the most common traps in all of New Product […]

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Why The Future Will Always Surprise Us

When Peter Drucker first met IBM’s visionary CEO, Thomas J. Watson, he was somewhat taken aback. “He began talking about something called data processing,” Drucker […]

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Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2018

After a week of torrid voting and much passionate support, along with a lot of gut-wrenching consideration and jostling during the judging round, I am […]

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Innerpreneurs, entrepreneurs, wannapreneurs and intrapreneurs

These days, you can’t be a hipster without being a -preneur. They come in all sizes and shapes. Ganjapreneurs sell pot or pot derivatives. Technopreneurs do online […]

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Food for Thought: Innovation Menu for 2019

Food for Thought is my new pop-up restaurant where people who can think (our innovation experts) serve their ideas to people who can’t (everyone else).  […]

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The Hiring Mistake That Would Kill Your Company’s Innovation Culture

The growth stage of a startup is scary and painful. With perfectly good intentions, founders make this mistake, that may lead to the company’s failure. […]

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The Havard Innovation Labs: becoming an experimentation machine

Matthew Guidarelli is an adviser for entrepreneurs across industries; he supports their venture development throughout the startup lifecycle — helping founders build world-positive companies that combine […]

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Great Leaders Learn To Shift Their Mindset

In Mindset, psychologist Carol Dweck argues, based on decades of research, that how we see ourselves is a major factor in what we can achieve. […]

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Top 100 Innovation Articles of 2018

Building upon the success of Braden Kelley’s Blogging Innovation, we launched Innovation Excellence on August 1, 2011 and so 2018 was our seventh full year […]

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Top 20 Innovation Articles of December 2018

Drum roll please… At the beginning of each month we will profile the twenty posts from the previous month that generated the most traffic to […]

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FINAL DAY to Vote for the Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2018

Innovation Excellence loves making innovation insights accessible for the greater good, because we truly believe that the better our organizations get at delivering value to […]

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Recent Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Founder’s Syndrome

Most of us are familiar with the story and moral of the Emperor’s New Clothes. People reference it to express when many people believe something that […]

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#NewYears2019 Innovation Excellence Ranks the Top 10 Innovative COO’s on Social Media

Success in the world of work today is, as always, tied to the indelible link between talent, brand and innovation. What has changed and continues […]

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The Secret Sauce of Leadership Creativity

A survey conducted in 2010 by IBM Global Business Services revealed that a surprising 60% of global CEOs rated Creativity as the most important leadership […]

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We Need To Rethink Innovation For The 21st Century

One of the most interesting things I discuss in my book Mapping Innovation is what I call the new era of innovation, which will create […]

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iRobot CEO’s Inadvertent Glimpse Of A Frightening Future Sent Their Stock Soaring

Our behaviors are becoming part of a vast digital ecosystem in which the most valuable product is YOU! Dog Against Machine iRobot was one of […]

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Three Phases of Embedding Innovation

Failure is real and should be feared. Ironically, fear of failure is the most potent saboteur. This is a fact proven time and time again […]

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