Author Archives: Braden Kelley

Which Day of the Week?

Dear Blogging Innovation community, We’ve asked you three questions so far about what you would like to see in the new site, and we have a couple of more to ask in the coming weeks to make sure that the upcoming Innovation Excellence site will deliver an increase in value for the growing global innovation community. But, we have one ...

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Silicon Valley Road Trip March 21-25

Thanks to you my first book – Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire – is off to a great start, and with a little more exposure it has the potential to become a best-seller. To kick start the development of my next book project (and our search for innovation heroes), from March 21-25, 2011 I will be traveling to Silicon Valley to ...

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Part 3 – Please Help Transform Blogging Innovation

Dear Blogging Innovation community, With help from you, the Blogging Innovation community, we are about to transform this site into something even more valuable. With your help, we hope to transform Blogging Innovation into THE innovation destination for people looking to make innovation a deep capability of their organization. And it’s dead simple. We just need you to answer a ...

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February's Top Ten Innovation and Marketing Articles

Last year I experimented with a Top Ten list at the beginning of each month, profiling the ten posts from the previous month that generated the most traffic to Blogging Innovation, and people seemed to like it. So, without further ado, here are February’s ten most popular innovation or marketing posts: Southwest Airlines Social Media Strategy – by Mike Brown ...

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Seth Godin and Amazon – The Domino Project

Will the Innovation Dominoes Fall and Disrupt the Book Publishing Industry? by Braden Kelley “The enemy is not piracy, the enemy is obscurity.” – Tim O’Reilly I came across a TechCrunch TV interview with Seth Godin today about his future publishing plans. I’ve been wondering what Seth meant when he told me last year at the World Innovation Forum that ...

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Blogging Innovation for Kindle and iPhone

Do you have an Amazon Kindle or Kindle DX? Or, do you have an Apple iPhone? Well, now you can receive Blogging Innovation on your Amazon Kindle or Apple iPhone, including 2-4 articles a day from: Rowan Gibson Stephen Shapiro Braden Kelley Tom Peters Matthew E May Kevin Roberts And dozens of other authors! Who will be the next to ...

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February 2011 Sponsor – Brightidea

Thank you to Brightidea for sponsoring Blogging Innovation for February 2011. In just three months time, the Ecomagination Challenge- Powering the Grid collected over 4,000 ideas from over 70,000 global participants, making it the largest crowdsourcing competition of all time. Now, GE has launched phase two of the challenge powered by Brightidea’s Innovation Suite calling for eco-friendly home technology ideas. ...

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January's Top Ten Innovation and Marketing Articles

Last year I experimented with a Top Ten list at the beginning of each month, profiling the ten posts from the previous month that generated the most traffic to Blogging Innovation, and people seemed to like it. So, without further ado, here are January’s ten most popular innovation or marketing posts: 45 Great Innovation Tweeters – by Braden Kelley Social ...

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An Open Letter on Innovation to President Obama

"We need to out-innovate, outeducate, and outbuild the rest of the world" - President Obama --- In reading the stories and quotes from last night's State of the Union address by President Obama, it is clear, and frustrates me to no end, that my government talks a lot about innovation but still does not understand how to foster it. Innovation in America, especially in the short term, is not achieved by pumping huge sums of money into government-sponsored research and development efforts.

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For Sale – Innovative Business Idea

A few years ago I looked around the corporate and consulting landscapes and I noticed that there was a talent gap in both places. There are many occasions when consulting firms look to their bench and don’t have the talent they need there to fulfill a client need right away and so sometimes they lose business to their competition. And ...

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