What is it that drives innovation and change at Google? In this facinating Forbes article, Google Thinks Small, there are some great ideas. My two favorites? (1) each week every Google employee starts the week writing five lines about what
One of the cool takeaways from The Ten Faces of Innovation has been the exposure to a whole world of possibilities in innovation. I love the section on The Experience Architect. Of the ten faces, I’m more of a cross-pollinator
Thanks to Brand Autopsy for the link to a great post by Dustin Staiger on the difference between ideas and opinions. What do you think?
Which American company spent the most on R&D over the last 25 years? Give up? According to Tom Peters General Motors spent the most. That is an incredible statistic. Can you see it in their results? I don’t think so.
If you haven’t seen it, YOU HAVE GOT TO SEE THIS Amazing Honda Accord Commercial. Thanks Bill Mead for the link!!! Official Disclaimer: There are NO computer graphics or digital tricks in the film you are about to see. Everything
Henry Ford said, "If I had asked my customers what they wanted they’d have said a faster horse." Isn’t that interesting? What is that saying about how we determine what services we ought to offer? What does it say about
I’m reading a new book called The Ten Faces of Innovation by Tom Kelley, general manager of IDEO. It’s a very interesting take on combatting "the devil’s advocate" cold water on every new idea strategy. Came across a great podcast
How does your organization innovate? Is that part of who you are? Or maybe who you want to be? If you want to develop a culture of innovation you can’t allow the devil’s advocate to smother your fragile new ideas.