Top 20 Innovation Articles – May 2012

May's Top 20 Innovation ArticlesDrum 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 May’s twenty most popular innovation posts (each receiving 3,500 – 11,500 page views):

  1. 10 Success Principles of Apple’s Innovation Master Jonathan Ive – by John Webb
  2. Twitter invented in 1935? – by Braden Kelley
  3. Towards a New Model for Innovation – design inside – by Nicolas Bry
  4. Why Innovation Teams Fail – or Succeed – by Braden Kelley
  5. Summer Reading List – books to inspire thought – by Greg Satell
  6. The Strategic Pyramid – by Marty Neumeier
  7. The Nine Innovation Roles – by Braden Kelley
  8. Business Model Innovation – by Brendan Coram
  9. Evolution of Mind Mapping – by Judith E. Glaser
  10. 20 Critical Questions to Resolve for Successful Innovation – by Paul Hobcraft
  11. Building a Culture of Continuous Innovation – by Braden Kelley
  12. 5 Benefits of Investing Time in Innovative Leadership – by Maureen Metcalf
  13. Business Plans Don’t Work – by Brendan Coram
  14. 21 Situations When You Should Not Innovate – by Gijs van Wulfen
  15. 10 Steps to a Solid Innovation Foundation – by Braden Kelley
  16. Creative Consumers are Changing Innovation – by Nicholas Ind
  17. 8 Ways to Recharge Your Creativity and Your Business – by Chris Griffiths
  18. The Enemy of Innovation – Eliminating Variation – Braden Kelley interviews Jeff DeGraff
  19. Good Ideas and Great Ideas – by Greg Satell
  20. 8 Creative Types – by Jason Theodor

BONUS – Here are three more strong articles published the last week of the month:

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Braden KelleyBraden Kelley is a popular innovation speaker, embeds innovation across the organization with innovation training, and builds B2B pull marketing strategies that drive increased revenue, visibility and inbound sales leads. He is the creator of the Nine Innovation Roles Group Diagnostic Tool and author of Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire from John Wiley & Sons. He tweets from @innovate.

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