Category: Management

I’ve always believed that what we learn from working with multi-billion dollar Fortune 100s (good and bad) is valuable inspiration and highly relevant to share with entrepreneurs who are battling daily to scale their business Continue reading

Posted in Entrepreneurship, Growth, Innovation, Management | Leave a comment
The Power of Language

A recent survey by Doug Williams of Innovation Excellence Research found that language is an incredibly powerful tool in helping organizations achieve innovation success. Check out some of the key findings. Continue reading

Posted in Innovation, Leadership, Management, collaboration | 4 Comments
sleeping-policeman-prod-400

Most innovations fail because they don’t get buy-in from the people who take them to market at key points in the process – and in words that motivate them. These marketers and product managers speak the language of money. Continue reading

Posted in Build Capability, Government, Management, People & Skills | Leave a comment
images

Change happens. It doesn’t care whether you like it or not. Change doesn’t need your permission. Change is the one constant in business. What you decide to do with change is up to you. Continue reading

Posted in Blogging Innovation, Creativity, Culture & Values, Entrepreneurship, Industry, Innovation, Innovation Perspectives, Leadership, Management, People & Skills, Strategy, culture, marketing | 1 Comment
networks

At its core, disruption is an informational problem more than anything else. The answer to it isn’t trying to dig in to protect individual nodes, but to create a network that is at once more cohesive and expansive. Continue reading

Posted in Innovation, Management, Open Innovation, People & Skills, Uncategorized | 3 Comments
If You Give an Innovator an Idea, He

From my experience, it seems that everyone thinks about innovation, but they think about it in very discrete, disconnected ways. R&D folks think about innovation as creating a new polymer. Marketing folks think about innovation as changing a marketing channel or delivering a new product. What very few people think about are the knock-on effects, consequences and series of events that are required to unfold when you innovate. Continue reading

Posted in Finance, Innovation, Management, People & Skills, Strategy, marketing | 4 Comments
Top 20 Innovation Articles – August 2014

Drum 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 10 as part of our free Innovation Excellence Weekly magazine and email newsletter. Did your favorite make the cut? Continue reading

Posted in Innovation, Leadership, Management, Social Media, Strategy, Top 10, marketing | 4 Comments