Creating a Culture of Innovation: Strategies for Fostering Creativity in Your Team

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re part of a forward-thinking organization or an enterprising startup that’s ready to make waves in your industry. You’ve probably heard the term “culture of innovation” thrown around in countless meetings, and it’s likely that you’ve pondered how to instill this within your own team. Well, strap in, because…

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Navigating the Sea of Information: Legitimacy in Content Creation and Detecting Truth on the Internet

In today’s digital age, the internet is awash with information, making it increasingly challenging to discern fact from fiction. With corporate innovators, startup founders, product managers, and future-focused individuals relying on accurate, high-quality content to make informed decisions, the importance of legitimacy in content creation cannot be overstated. In this article, we will explore how…

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How Rene Girard’s Memetic Theory Affects New Product Development

New product development is an essential process for any business. A company’s success largely depends on its ability to innovate and bring new products to the market. In recent years, a new perspective has emerged in product development, based on the theories of French philosopher Rene Girard. Girard’s memetic theory has been applied to various…

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Are You Dedicated To Innovation?

The other day, I went to a conference on innovation, and one of the panelists said something very interesting. She said that while innovation itself has been around forever (without innovation, we would still be swinging from trees, riding horses, and lugging suitcase-sized phones around with us), the concept of corporate personnel dedicated to the…

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How To Do Remote Ideation Right: All Of The Above

Some people find it challenging to brainstorm remotely, but in my opinion, there are times when it is more effective. I’ve previously written on the need to include people of all personalities in ideation sessions. However, teachers should remember that just as different people learn differently (visual, aural, and kinesthetic), other people also come up…

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How Are Those Long Range Scanners Working Out?

Are You Looking Far Enough Into The Future? Since our earliest days as primitive savannah wanderers, we humans have had a natural tendency to prioritize immediate gratification above achieving more far-reaching goals. Along with the capacity for thought and reason, human beings are the only animals that are capable of planning and thinking ahead to…

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You Need To Experiment Like Crazy To Innovate

Your innovation laboratories’ existential question: which concept has the potential to be worth a billion dollars? After implementing an innovation program, the most significant challenge that I’ve seen businesses face, in my experience, is not an inadequate supply of new ideas. Instead, in most cases, the reverse is true. After possibly years of not providing…

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Minimum Viability Eats The World

Awhile back, one of my leading posts was Agile Is Eating The World, where I riff of of Andressen’s quote Software Is Eating The World. In that post, I talk about how agile project management, typically used for software engineering, is not only great for software engineering, its also great for a ton of other…

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