One of the most influential voices in the development of the concept of innovation was Joseph Schumpeter. In fact, when you read the work of Clayton Christensen, The Innovator’s Dilemma (and others), you’re following in the trail that Schumpeter blazed.
I don’t know if you can see it or not, but when As the World Turns is on the airport TV you know it’s just about over!
Nothing like a little wildfire to bring a new perspective to life. Here’s a scene from the tollway that leads to John Wayne International Airport. Good times in the OC on a blustery day.
I love this question! It really is right at the heart of things not only for each of us, but for the organizations we’re involved in. In the same way that we’re each moving toward something better (a new competency
OK…it’s the Indiana Jones jungle. But it’s still a jungle! Good times in SoCal with an afternoon at Disneyland.
Been thinking about the environment? I have to say I’ve found myself thinking about it more and more for the last year or so. The problem is…it’s hard to know where to start if you want to begin reducing your
I’ve written a good bit about assumptions. This is an important subject. You may think you’re living in an assumption-free environment…but you’re not. They’re there. Apparently they’re in a kind of blind spot. Kem Meyer’s got a great take today
I’ve thought a lot over the years about how I’ve turned out the way I have. For instance, I remember picking up a paperback copy of In Search of Excellence…but I don’t remember why. I know I devoured it. The
How about this one from Gary Hamel’s Leading the Revolution; "Dakota tribal wisdom says that when you discover you’re on a dead horse, the best strategy is to dismount. Of course, there are other strategies. You can change riders. You
When you think about your organization…to the extent that you have figured out what business you’re in and what you’re going to call success…are you stuck trying to meet basic expectations? Or have you moved on to take a crack