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Are you confused about what innovation really is? If so, it’s probably not surprising. So in an attempt to get a few things off my chest…… Continue reading

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Innovation: A Journey of Discovery

Innovation gets defined so many ways that it can be confusing. While there is a repeatable framework for creating new value, the iterative nature of front end discovery work can perplex those who believe that work should be linear. Continue reading

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 How to Use Diversity to Get Really Big Ideas - Innovation Excellence

Richard Haasnoot zeros in on one of four elements in Quantum Idea Generation – diversity Continue reading

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I used to fight the idea that more creative people go to startups. I didn’t see any reason why people would choose startup over mature companies (or vice versa) based on their own level of creativity. Continue reading

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As a futurist and CEO of an innovation firm, I study the implications of emerging trends through research and dialog with experts, scientists, and academics in diverse fields. As the first month of 2016 comes to a close, here are seven forces of the future poised to shift the way we live, work, bank, and vote. Continue reading

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A review of David Bowie’s capacity as a serial innovator and re-inventor. Continue reading

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While nothing in life, innovation, and marketing is guaranteed, we can know what our chances for success are for a new product or service. We can know what it takes to double your chances of success as compared to the average of 25% for all new products. Continue reading

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