Janet Sernack discusses what a disruptive question is, and why are they one of the most critical levers for creating the safe space for innovation. Continue reading

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It’s no longer just enough for brands to use social like as if it’s just another media channel. A brand’s uniqueness, actions, and ideals will be the main differentiator in those that truly make a lasting connection with people. Continue reading

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Given the chaotic nature of the fuzzy front end, it is no surprise organizations struggle with identifying sources for promising ideas along with processes for jumpstarting innovation. But it doesn’t have to be such a struggle. I found several tools for making innovation a lot less fuzzy… Continue reading

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Having different perspectives and voices will enhance your innovation activities; they provide diversity, stimulus and greater options for you to consider the future innovation journey. How do we set about engaging with all these different voices surrounding innovation? Continue reading

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Is is possible that everything we design from refrigerators to cars to mobile phones are ultimately shaping the way we see the world? That we are not just building or creating useless things, but are instead being re-framed and learning from our own environments which we’ve constructed? Continue reading

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When starting a new innovation initiative, understanding which innovation and engagement metrics are important can help you define your organization’s current innovation capacity. Jacqueline Zhou examines her experiences working with clients, and the eight most important metrics to measure your innovation capacity on a monthly basis. Continue reading

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The late 70′s must have been a crazy time. Beyond just Jobs and Woz and Gates and Allen, there was Osborne and Bricklin and Peddle and Bushnell. They must have known they were at a tipping point but just couldn’t quite sense the enormity of change that was about to take place. What emerged of course was the era of personal computing. Continue reading

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