Category: Psychology

Everything Is Ripe For Innovation

The titles of this post might seem a little simplistic, and to a certain degree it is because it isn’t that easy. But, let’s consider the following story: Continue reading

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Innovation does not happen without action. In part 2, new contributor Shane Sasnow focuses on language that is designed to provoke action. Continue reading

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How Patterns Boost Our Performance...Without Even Knowing It

Humans are creatures of habits, and these habits can be analyzed and codified into rules that help us perform better. Many times, we’re not even aware of the habits that control our choices. Continue reading

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The Importance Of Knowing Why You’re In The Boat

Whether at work or home, there are highs and lows. And you’re not getting special treatment, that’s how it is for everyone. And it’s a powerful fundamental, so don’t try to control it, ride it. Continue reading

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Making Your Own Space for Creativity

One of the big challenges in innovation is clearing out your head (and your schedule) enough to put in the effort to think creatively. The posts that caught my attention this week are organised around this theme.. Continue reading

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A Singular Pillar of Productivity

Productivity generates profit. No argument. But it has two sides – it can be achieved through maximization by increasing output with constant resources (machines and people) or through minimization with constant output and decreasing machines and people. And the main pillars of both flavors are data, tools, and process. Continue reading

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Top 10 Eureka Moments: Shower, Sleep and Drive

When do you get great ideas? In a small research survey, 211 managers and professionals from all over the world described as a LinkedIn-comment their eureka or AHA-moments. Continue reading

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