Category: Interviews

Serial Innovators

While serial innovators bring their organization benefits, they too frequently are not valued and even seen as trouble makers. Continue reading

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Creating an Innovation Group to Foster Product Management

Chad McAllister interviews Jeff Honious, the VP of Innovation at the RELX Group, about creating an innovation group in a large organization. Continue reading

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Join the innovation excellence community

This is a podcast episode of “Pushing Beyond the Obvious” where we host Porus Munshi – author of the best selling book – Making Breakthrough Innovations Happen. Great conversation with a lot of good insights. Continue reading

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5 Keys for Creating an Innovation Culture

I had the pleasure of interviewing Braden Kelley, co-founder of the Innovation Excellence community. Braden is also a speaker and executive trainer as well as an author with a growing list of change and innovation publications. His last book was Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire, and he is currently working on a new project, the Change Planning Toolkit™. He shared five keys to creating an innovation culture with me… 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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Land the Product Manager Job You Want

Most of us understand that innovation is enormously important. It’s the only insurance against irrelevance. It’s the only guarantee of long-term customer loyalty. It’s the only strategy for out-performing a dismal economy. Continue reading

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Design Thinking to Bring Problems into Focus

Design Thinking involves 5 steps that begin with learning from customers and ends through iterations of product design and prototyping, producing a product that solves the customers’ problem in a valuable way – a solution they love. Continue reading

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