Innovation or Not – The Shoe That Grows

I love elegant design solutions for problems that are more important than some of the silly things that we think of as problems in the first world. Their mission is simple, make shoes that will last longer for the kids that need them most and then work to find people who can distribute them to... Continue Reading →

Innovation Sighting: Task Unification and GladWare Containers

Task Unification is defined as: assigning an additional task to an existing resource. That resource should be in the immediate vicinity of the problem, or what we call 'The Closed World'. In essence, it’s taking something that is already around you and giving an additional job. from Innovation – Innovation Excellence via IFTTT

Your Journey of Innovation Fitness Dynamics

How do we become innovation fit? I believe we need to raise our game and provide a greater fitness to the way we manage innovation. The dynamics of innovation need to be understood. from Innovation – Innovation Excellence via IFTTT

SMB Checklist for Marketing Innovations

Here is a collection of digital marketing tactics that can serve as a marketing and PR checklist for the new product launches. from Innovation – Innovation Excellence via IFTTT

The 4 Standout Attributes of Truly Great Innovators

In the process of researching my book, Mapping Innovation, I talked to a diverse group of successful innovators. One underlying premise of mine is that there isn't one “true” path to innovation, so I expected to see a variety of approaches and that’s indeed what I found. However, I also noticed that some remarkably constant... Continue Reading →

Revisiting Jill Lepore’s Debate with Clayton Christensen

Jill Lepore's New Yorker article about how Disruptive Innovations have failed and how the theory is bogus completely underestimates the forward-thinking and world-changing power of disruptive innovation in business. from Innovation – Innovation Excellence via IFTTT

Revisiting Jill Lepore’s Debate with Clayton Christensen

Jill Lepore's New Yorker article about how Disruptive Innovations have failed and how the theory is bogus completely underestimates the forward-thinking and world-changing power of disruptive innovation in business. from Innovation – Innovation Excellence via IFTTT

Revisiting Jill Lepore’s Debate with Clayton Christensen

Jill Lepore's New Yorker article about how Disruptive Innovations have failed and how the theory is bogus completely underestimates the forward-thinking and world-changing power of disruptive innovation in business. from Innovation – Innovation Excellence via IFTTT

3 Innovation Types: Evolution, Preventative, Creative

We've positioned innovation incorrectly. Too often we position innovation as creating a new and valuable offering or solution, ready when customers are ready to demand new products and services. We've positioned innovation as something to do to prepare for future business, future needs and future demands. Yet, innovation does answer these issues... from Innovation –... Continue Reading →

Accelerating Innovation Learning Pathways

Having failed to successfully engage, train and retain a few millennials in my global innovation culture consulting, education and coaching business, I hit the proverbial pause button, and asked myself, why isn’t it working out? from Innovation – Innovation Excellence via IFTTT

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