Why Do Good Ideas Fail? This Diagram Explains

Management thinking is in a rut.  This is a harsh thing to say, but it must be said.  Despite all the great brainpower being applied, the field of management is failing to provide the empirical, grounded, actionable guidance that organizations require in today’s economy. Most of what passes for novel thinking […]

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Appreciate the polarities of pressure for innovation.  Good think piece.

What disruptive innovation means

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The theory of disruptive innovation was invented by Clayton Christensen, of Harvard Business School, in his book “The Innovator’s Dilemma”. Mr Christensen used the term to describe innovations that create new markets by discovering new categories of customers. They do this partly by harnessing new technologies but also by developing new business models and exploiting old technologies in new ways. He contrasted disruptive innovation with sustaining innovation, which simply improves existing products

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5 ways to build jumpstarting innovation into your business

Innovation results from the ideas we have and the ideas we encourage other people to share.

Source: fortune.com

All in all, innovation is the output of creativity thinking – new ideas, new decisions, new actions. There might be something in this article that provokes an idea for you to engage in World Creativity and Innovation Week April 15 – 21.

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Creativity – Issue 20: Creativity – Nautilus

In 2010, IBM asked over 1,000 CEOs and global leaders what they valued most in other leaders. Humility came in eighth and openness…

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Nautilus dedicated an entire issue to Creativity.  Browsing through the pages you’ll find ample reason to support engaging in World Creativity and Innovation Week April 15 – 21, this year, and the next…

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Robots Can’t Dance – Issue 20: Creativity – Nautilus

Can a robot be creative? Advances in cloud robotics—machines connected to supercomputers in the cloud—have given self-driving…

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An interview with Ken Goldberg Professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations at UC Berkeley about artificial intelligence and creativity.

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Open for new ideas, new decisions, new actions

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