Category: Innovation Perspectives

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The book explains the IF program in details and also makes a compelling argument for the need to modify the compensation of CEOs, the leadership team and the board by introducing a measure of ‘long-term performance achieved primarily through innovation’. Continue reading

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Comedian Damon Wayans shares lessons for innovators with contributor Stephen Bohnet in this post. Continue reading

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Over the last two and half centuries, innovation has changed human life more dramatically than in all of the previous millennia. But some are now asking if the world’s great innovation engine has broken down. Has America lost its innovation power? Continue reading

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Graduation

Part 2 of this two part series follows up on unanswered concerns and looks to education as the key. Continue reading

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Succeed jobs away

Is the ‘shared economy’ innovating skilled jobs our of existence via the crowd? Continue reading

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2015 how can you best create an eco-system that allows today’s talent to flourish among Gen X, Gen Y and Gen Flux? Continue reading

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Imagination as the most pertinent dimension of creativity for innovation/foresight practitioners, argues commercial storyteller Kate Hammer. She sees “story” as a form of cognition for both foresight and innovation. In this piece, Hammer defines a practical set of activities for “doing” fuzzy front-end of innovation work which, ultimately, are anchored in conversations. Continue reading

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