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Innovation, the Pilgrim's Way

When most Americans think of Pilgrims, they think of Plymouth Rock, the founding of the colony that became America. They came in a search of religious freedom. But the word has an older and deeper meaning, illuminated beautifully here by Sister Rose Pacette, Director at Pauline Center for Media Studies.

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Thinking Inside The Box

Thinking Inside the Box"Industry and determination can do anything that genius and advantage can do and many things that they cannot." — Teddy Roosevelt You've all heard about "thinking outside the box." It's a tired expression really. "You need to put on your innovation hat ...

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Modern Mass Customization – Rule 4: Look Your Customer in the Eyes

Modern Mass Customization – Rule 4:  Look Your Customer in the EyesFollowing from the post Free to Choose: Mass Customization for Modern Manufacturers, here is the fourth rule to live by for modern mass customizers. Success in a customer-centric business environment requires a seamless feedback loop between supplier an ...

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Leadership Is More Important Than Authority in Creating Real Change

Leadership Is More Important Than Authority in Creating Real ChangeAspiring young executives dream of climbing the ladder in order to gain more authority.  Then they can make things happen and create the change that they believe in.  Senior executives, on the other hand, are often frustrated by how little power they actua ...

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Innovation and Disruptive Necessity

Is the world getting smaller, or are we seeing further? Today we stand on the shoulders of giants in a rapidly changing world. In order to gain the competitive edge needed to stay relevant, it is imperative that businesses seek to disrupt their own business ...

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Innovation Choices

Innovation ChoicesMost of us live in a consumer driven economy. That is, we have a number of alternatives or choices for any need. At the grocery store, for example, we can choose among a number of brands of ketchup, cheese, cereal and other staples. We can choose across di ...

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Open Innovation, Teams and Tea Parties

Open Innovation, Teams and Tea PartiesI have two wonderful daughters.  The oldest one is 7 years old, and in many ways, she is the most prolific, efficient and successful users of open innovation that I know, and I think that there is a lot that can be learned from how she does this. Almost ...

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