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 Innovation Excellence. We also publish a weekly Top 10 as part of our Innovation Excellence Weekly email. Did your favorite make the cut?
But enough delay, here are December’s twenty most popular innovation posts (each receiving 2,500 – 7,000 page views):
- 10 Predictions for Innovators in 2012 – by Rowan Gibson, Braden Kelley, and Julie Anixter
- Innovation in the Boardroom – The Time is Now – by Kaye O’Leary
- The Neuroscience of Leadership – by Matthew E May
- 2011 Social Media Review – by John Luginbill
- Web 3.0 – Innovation Nightmare or Disruptive Catalyst? – by Clinton Bonner
- Best US Universities for Innovation Transfer? – by Melba Kurman
- Success Factors for the Innovation Team – by Yann Cramer
- The Brain and Why Innovation Happens Differently for Everyone – by Mark E Miller
- Using Social Media for Innovation – 11 Great Reads – by Stefan Lindegaard
- 40 Reasons Why We Struggle with Innovation – by Gijs van Wulfen
- The Client Consultant Innovating Dilemma – by Paul Hobcraft
- Large Organizations and the Business Model Canvas – by Paul Hobcraft
- Collaborative Innovation Process at Mayo Clinic – by Andrea Meyer
- Rethinking the Product Development Funnel – by Gerry Katz
- Six Social Media Trends for 2012 – by David Armano
- Four Innovation Insights From Customers – by Hutch Carpenter
- Reinventing Collaboratively – by Deborah Mills-Scofield
- Test Your Innovation IQ – by Holly G Green
- Top 10 Innovation Drivers – by Bob Exckert
- A Christmas Story of Innovation – by Paul Hobcraft
BONUS – Here are four more articles that made a strong showing:
- Viva la Innovación! – by Rowan Gibson
- Twelve Days of Innovation – by Braden Kelley
- MICHAEL PORTER on Strategic Innovation – by Rowan Gibson
- The Geoffrey Moore Interview – ‘Escape Velocity’ – by Braden Kelley
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Braden Kelley is the author of Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire from John Wiley & Sons. Braden is also an Innovation Excellence co-founder, a popular innovation speaker and trainer, and advises companies on connecting with their customers and embedding innovation across the organization.