Whoever said, “if you want to read, lead”, I agree wholeheartedly. But, I would submit, “if you want to innovate, read.” Innovation is all about new ideas but where do you go to learn about what’s worked in the past and what might work in the future? Read. How do you develop the intellect and the library of ideas on which to draw for innovation? Read. Continue reading
Most of us have an extra gear that rarely kicks in. The three obstacles to hitting your top gear are ignorance, apathy and fear – and we need to work through all three to innovate. Continue reading
This article discusses 35 proven psychological phenomena that affect you and your students’ learning every day..
What does the dog say? In case you missed it, a team from Scandinavia thinks that they’ve nearly cracked no, not the human-computer interface, but the dog-computer interface, so that some day soon we might in fact be able to understand man’s best friend. Continue reading
For years now we’ve been told that innovation is strange and unusual, but promises great possibilities and potential returns. In some cases and places, we’ve been successful, but there’s something to be learned in the lasting resistance to innovation on the whole. Continue reading
The two ingredients which I think GREATLY enhance a leader’s (CEO or senior executive) ability to win are: Constant and Uber paranoia, combined with Unconventional (unobstructed) thinking.. Continue reading