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 April’s twenty most popular innovation posts (each receiving 2,800 – 8,800 page views):
- Where Innovators and Entrepreneurs Intersect – by Nicolas Bry
- Can Innovation Skills Be Learned? – by Tony Wagner
- Six Sigma and Innovation – A Remarkable Duo – by Alex Orlov
- The Neuroscience of Creativity: Why Daydreaming Matters – by Matthew E May
- Luminous Design – the Future of Smart TV – by Nicolas Bry
- Quantified Self – Epicenter of Disruptive Innovation – by Clinton Bonner
- School of Innovation – 67 Gems of Business Wisdom – by Peter Cook
- 4 Innovation Building Blocks – Latent, More, Better, and New – by Seth Kahan
- Where Consultants Should Contribute to Innovation – by Paul Hobcraft
- Organizing Open Innovation – Ecosystems or Communities? – by Kevin McFarthing
- Innovation and Diversity – by Ralph Ohr
- Why the Business Case is Killing Innovation – by Brendan Coram
- The Power of Additive Ideation – by Paul Sloane
- 25 Key Questions on Open Innovation Implementation – by Stefan Lindegaard
- The Strategic Diamonds of Firms – Kaizen and Innovation – by Geovanny Romero
- How Do Users Influence Innovation? – by Kevin McFarthing
- Backstage Innovation at the Celebrity Apprentice – by Julie Anixter
- Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, Please – by Peter Cook
- Riffs and Myths of Leadership – by Peter Cook
- Open Innovation Side Effects – by Stefan Lindegaard
BONUS – Here are three more strong articles published the last week of the month:
- Follow the Leaders of Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing – Part One – by Braden Kelley
- Flashes of Insight from the 2012 E.G. Conference – by Donna Sturgess
- Six Hats – Empathy or Thinking? – by Brendan Coram
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Braden Kelley is a Social Business Architect and the author of Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire from John Wiley & Sons. Braden is also a popular innovation speaker and trainer, and advises companies on embedding innovation across the organization and how to attract and engage customers, partners, and employees.