What does the future hold for your organization? Will it be more of the same? Pretty much business as usual with a twist of incremental change? Or will radical new innovations dramatically change both what your organization does…and even what
Love it when the status quo is challenged. Check out this opener from Buckhead Church for an example breaking free from the shackles of the status quo:
According to disruptive innovation expert Clayton Christensen of the Harvard Business School, understanding your customer isn't enough. Huh? Isn't that what is so often preached in marketing research? "If we knew our customer better…we'd be able to…" Here's what Christensen
Thanks to Ben Ament for uploading this crazy spoof from Catalyst.
How much thought do you put into your user manual? Or for that matter, how much thought do you put into your print or verbal communication? How much of your communication is laced with so much insider speak that the
The image is a great one. Imagine setting up shop today to sell Walkmans (for those of us under 30, that was a Sony product that was the iPod of its day…20 years ago) next door to an Apple store.
Are you familiar with IDEO. They are an innovation leader…and this is their innovation process.
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