Welcome to the first in a series of articles about the creativity of the artist. In the series, we will look at how artists use creativity in order to create original art and we’ll look at how you can apply the creativity of the artist in your work and life. Continue reading
We just wrapped up our 9th business building block sprint on Customer Relationships. In summary, the sprint for Project 1.9 completed 3 objectives: What questions to ask about Customer Relationships on the modelH canvas; Defining how to build Customer Relationships for healthcare companies; and a look at how to measure Customer Relationships for healthcare companies. To see the results, continue….
The purpose of this paper is to highlight the “essence” (in its very scholastic sense) of ideation sessions. We believe that clear definition of the problem(s) to be solved, divergence and convergence, exploration inside and outside the paradigm, adaptive and innovative problem solving styles and an efficient facilitation process must all be elements of successful ideation. Continue reading
My recent experience at the European Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference in Brussels, last month reaffirmed this as I suffered through a number of mostly un-innovative, boring laborious and mostly irrelevant research papers on the subject, presented by the cream of global academia. Continue reading
I had the opportunity to sit down recently with fellow author Scott Berkun to talk with him about his new book The Year Without Pants, which catalogs his experience in two years with Automattic, the company that runs Wordpress.com. Our conversation touched on many different topics including innovation, collaboration, and organizational behavior and I’m happy to share the highlights here. Continue reading