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The No. 1 Challenge to Innovation

The biggest challenge to innovation is not how to generate new ideas and opportunities. It’s how to make innovation a deeply embedded capability in the organization.

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Don’t Be the Best, Be the Only One

Don’t Be the Best, Be the Only OneA couple of weeks ago I asked if corporates really want to innovate like startups. Oneof the obstacles corporates have towards innovating like startups is overcoming their myopic view of competition: me-too-ism. When setting out to innovate, the vast maj ...

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Put Yourself into Perpetual Beta

Whatever your product or service think of it as a piece of software. Now put it into a state of perpetual beta. This is a term used by software developers meaning that the product is never fully finished. Although it is released the software remains in a ...

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Noble Purpose and Grand Challenges: the keystone of membership organizations’ future success

Does Your Organization Have a Noble Purpose? Noble purpose is a concept and methodology developed by business leader Lisa McLeod after a lightbulb moment in which she realized that a sense of authentic purpose drives top performance, individually and ...

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Is Peace the Innovation We Need Most?

At last count there were 195 countries in the world -- 196 if you count Taiwan. These countries range in size from 0.2 square miles (The Vatican -- yes, the Vatican is a country) and Russia (10,853 square miles). Each of these countries have their own nation ...

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Personal Disciplines: Learning the Art of Letting Go

Editor's note: In this series, we share personal stories from business leaders in a new book by Luis Solis; Innovation Alchemists: what every CEO needs to know to hire the right Chief Innovation Officer Look for Chief Innovation Officers who can let go ...

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Culture Eats Innovation for Lunch

An organization’s culture must support the seeds of innovation if the innovation is to bear fruit Ford Motor Company popularized Peter Drucker’s phrase, “culture eats strategy for breakfast.” Starting in 2006, Ford operationalized much of Drucker ...

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