Monthly Archives: July 2013

Your Personality, Creativity and Innovation

Given our need to adapt, evolve and create new paths for our businesses, careers and personal lives -- the future of business innovation and creativity is a topic of great and growing interest. This is why I wanted to connect with David B. Goldstein and to learn about the launch of his new book Creative You: Using Your Personality Type to Thrive.

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The Evolution of Advertising

You're more likely to survive a plane crash than click a banner ad. Crazy, right? In this epic, must-see presentation, we explore the ENTIRE history and evolution of advertising to unveil how a comprehensive (yet digestible) timeline of advertising milestones led to an epidemic of consumer indifference, as well as what marketers can do about it to reach consumers in the years ahead.

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The Art Elements of Work

We've all heard the cliches: "If you're going to do something, do it right," and "If you want something done right, do it yourself." Change one word -- "right" to "artfully" -- and the view of work as art is not the far reach it may appear to be. But allow me to state my case more, er, artfully.

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Field Trip! You + Intuit

See Intuit For Real at Back End of Innovation, Nov 19, 2013 It's all too rare that we get to go behind the scenes, witness and experience what makes a company that is SYNONYMOUS with innovation tick, especially one that has been doing it continuously for thirty years. As a strategic partner to the Back End of Innovation (BEI) conference, we are happy to be giving the IX community early notice that BEI is including on-site experiential learning in the form of BEI Field Trips to three innovation powerhouses (Intuit, Xerox Parc and PayPal.) #BEI13

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