Are you familiar with IDEO. They are an innovation leader…and this is their innovation process.
Raise hell, constantly question "the way things are done around here," and never, ever rest on our laurels. (Today's laurels are tomorrow's compost.) Tom Peters
What's the plan at your place? Is it easy to get a new idea into the hopper? Or do you have to be an expert hoop jumper? If you want your organization to become more innovative you're going to have
Easter Sunday, 5:15 p.m. 70°F here in Rocklin…another totally so cal day. Beautiful. Killer ham today, accompanied by a great new gourmet mac and cheese recipe, green beans and red potatoes and rolls. Fairly traditional fare for us. Good times
I have been a fan of Tom Peters for a long time now. I get a daily quote from him that most days is a great reminder of something he is passionate about. I thought this one was particularly appropriate
Ever had the argument about whether or not your organization should change a product or a service? To bring it in line with the times or meet an unmet customer need? Someone on your team argues that it's too risky
Sunday, 6:15 p.m. 72°F here in Rocklin…totally a so cal day. Beautiful. Ribs in the smoker. Debbie's jammin au gratin potatoes in the oven. Good times in no cal. Picked up a new book off the stack this weekend. The