Top 20 Innovation Articles of January 2016

Top 20 Innovation Articles of January 2016Drum 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 8 as part of our FREE email newsletter. Did your favorite make the cut?

But enough delay, here are January’s twenty most popular innovation posts (each receiving 3,400 – 8,100 page views):

  1. 6 Reasons Why Innovation is a Survival Skill – by Daniel Nolan
  2. Reinventing the Future: How IBM Innovates – by Greg Satell
  3. Today Every Company must be a Service Provider and a Software Company – by Paul Sloane
  4. Get 12x More Ideas than Brainstorming – by Richard Haasnoot
  5. Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2015 – by Innovation Excellence
  6. Eight I’s of Infinite Innovation – Revisited – by Braden Kelley
  7. Ditkoff: Storytelling @work – by Julie Anixter
  8. Can you imagine whole industries being wiped out? – by Paul Hobcraft
  9. Innovation Is Too Easy – by Jeffrey Phillips
  10. Is Experience Good for Innovation? – by Kevin McFarthing
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  12. David Bowie and Innovation Excellence – by Pete Foley
  13. David Bowie: Serial Innovator and Re-inventor – by Peter Cook
  14. 13 Dimensions of Innovation – by Daniel Nolan
  15. Measuring Change Readiness – by Braden Kelley
  16. New Language for a New Year [Book Review] – by T.M. Fern
  17. Directions of Mobile App Development Trends in 2016 – by John Stuart
  18. Open Innovation is the New Normal – by Nicolas Bry
  19. Innovators: Are you tuning out? – by Paul Hobcraft
  20. Know What It Takes for New Product Success? – by Richard Haasnoot
  21. How To: Make a Fewer, Bigger, Better Approach Work in Innovation – by Scott Siegel

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

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