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I used to fight the idea that more creative people go to startups. I didn’t see any reason why people would choose startup over mature companies (or vice versa) based on their own level of creativity. Continue reading

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Is Experience Good for Innovation? - Innovation Excellence

Experience is what you get just after you needed it. A lot of people succeed at innovation because they didn’t have enough experience to realize that they should have failed. Continue reading

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A review of David Bowie’s capacity as a serial innovator and re-inventor. Continue reading

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Remembering David Bowie as a consummate innovator. The Starman was a master of blending and synthesizing concepts to consistently create innovation that spanned music, the arts and business models Continue reading

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Gifts of Innovators FOTW

In our current era of corporatized innovation, and obsession with Silicon Valley’s unicorns, there’s a certain kind of person that I’m drawn to in the extreme – the artist as innovator who uncompromisingly runs their own creative enterprise, on their own steam. Continue reading

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Your Key To Creativity - The Projected Mind

To make new theories, new inventions, and other great creations, we have to do better than adjusting existing theories and designs. We must forcefully move our mind beyond the existing thinking about the subject. We must move out of our conscious world and focus our mind in a new place occupied only by the new creation. Continue reading

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Trust, Motivation, Creativity, Innovation, Results - Innovation Excellence

I can’t believe I’m about to do this. Don’t tell anyone, but today I’m going to defend management. Yes, the management that, according to Clayton Christensen, is not supporting the creation of radical ideas that will change markets. Continue reading

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