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  • Untold Stories Of Everyday Innovators Inside Organizations

    Lisa was the administrative assistant to the CEO of a global consulting firm. Her innovative approach to her work became the best practices that gave the company a competitive advantage. Kelly is an operations manager for the government. Her forward-thinking ideas have helped her department have ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Creativity, culture, Innovation, Inspiration, Leadership, #businessinnovation, #innovation #innovator, Business Models

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  • Successful Implementation: Fighting Innovation Assassination and Organizational Culture of Fear

    To successfully implement Innovation in business, you must fight organizational culture of fear and innovation assassination. Continue reading → Original: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2016/06/06/successful-implementation-fighting-innovation-assassination-and-organizational-cul...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Build Capability, Culture & Values, Uncategorized, Business Models, innovation in business; innovation; organized work culture; innovation books, Innovation Management, Innovation Mindset, innovative thinking, Insights

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  • How to Quantify Novel, Useful and Successful

    Is it disruptive? Is it innovative? Two meaningless questions. Two questions to stop asking. More strongly, stop using the words “disruptive” and “innovative” altogether. Strike them from your vocabulary and replace them with novel, useful, and successful. Continue reading...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Business Models, Customers, Uncategorized, New Product, new product development, NPD, Prototype

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  • How Six Sigma Promotes a Culture of Innovation

    It’s nearly two years since psychologist Gary Klein’s book was on theForbes Noteworthy Book of 2014 list, but that wasn’t the end of Klein’s “Seeing What Others Don’t: The Remarkable Ways We Gain Insight.” The propensity to quote Klein, and his view on ho...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Business Models, Management, six sigma

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  • Building Capability, Capacity and Competency in the Innovation Core

    For innovation to grow and be sustained, we need to consistently build our innovating resources, they give delivery of the healthy living cells to promote and sustain us in new value potential. Continue reading → Original: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2016/06/26/building-capab...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Build Capability, Business Models, Culture & Values, Design, People & Skills, Visualization, Leadership, Strategy

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  • Constraints and Creativity (the mother of innovation)

    Musings on the theory of constraints and its relevance for creativity - and innovation - in business. Continue reading → Original: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2016/07/05/constraints-and-creativity-the-mother-of-innovation/ By: Peter CookPosted: July 5, 2016, 5:00 pm

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Creativity, Disruption, Inspiration, People & Skills, Profiles of Innovators, Business Models, constraints, history, Lessons from Innovators, music

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  • Shoe Dog: 11 Lessons from the Creator of Nike [book review]

    I’m a sneakerhead. In English, that means that I collect trainers. I love the aesthetics of the shoes, but perhaps more so the dynamics of the collectibles market which Nike effectively created. In his new book, Phil ‘Shoe Dog’ Knight, the founder, former CEO and now Executive C...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Book Review, Business Models, Case Study, Culture & Values, Industry, Profiles of Innovators, Leadership, Nike, Shoes, sports

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  • The Secret Formula for Achieving Market Leadership

    As Jack Welch so skillfully demonstrated while he led GE, Market Leadership is the one real strategy that has long-term staying power. H mandated that GE would be No. 1 or No. 2 in every market it was in, or it would get out. It was a “Market Leader or nothing” strategy, and it served...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Business Models, Customers, Design, Disruption, Feature Of The Week, Growth, Industry, Leadership, Management, marketing, Strategy, Business Strategy, Innovation and Strategy, Market leaders, technology

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  • Why Being First is not Always an Advantage

    As an investor, I often heard entrepreneurs claiming being first to market as an advantage. However, you must remember that Facebook wasn't the first social media platform, Apple didn't produce the first cellphone, and Dell didn't make the first PC. In fact, MySpace, Motorola, and IBM were the fi...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Build Capability, Creativity, Management, Strategy, Business Models

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  • Another Conscious Company: Which Wich

    Describe the Vibe and how it helps the company operate. The Vibe is the positive energy that’s at the heart of our culture and courses through the veins of the Which Wich system. When I founded Which Wich, I really wanted to build a special company where every member of the team would ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Change, Innovation, Business Models, change, charity

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