We invite you Don’t miss Every Tuesday at 2pm PST / 5pm EST The radio show called People to People: Working Together for Your Safety. The show today is Solving Counterfeit Epidemic with Innovation 2.0 and is hosted by VoiceAmerica. The title of next episode is: Solving Counterfeit Epidemic with Innovation 2.0 with Guest Speaker Fran Chuan. For listen clic on … Read More
That’s how Guy Kawasaki‘s blog is called. Kawasaki (@GuyKawasaki) is an entrepreneur, writer, publisher and special advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google. In October 2011 he wrote a post called “What I Learned from Steve Jobs” in which he described some things –in particular, 12– that he learned from Steve Jobs during his experience in Apple and that we’ll … Read More
In this interview by Ray Garcia, Fran Chuán describes a framework for how to think of innovation and instill a culture of creative problem solution within highly operational organizations.
The differences between executives and entrepreneurs are found in the executives’ causal reasoning versus the entrepreneurs’ ‘effectual’ reasoning.
As we have already said before, innovation takes place within communities. It is for this reason that, when we explore new territories looking for new markets, new ideas, new solutions… having a “lingua franca” of innovation in our community becomes fundamental. So, if we do not have it yet, we should start working in order to create it. And… what … Read More
Innovation is excessively personalized. We talk about that person or the other; about that company or the other. Maybe we should depersonalize and open the concept. New ideas fundamentally emerge from the inside of organizations, from open communities. The key of success is not only having well prepared people, but inspiring enthusiastic people, who is also committed and trained to … Read More
This article shares two strategies that are proving most effective for CEOs that aim to make their companies more innovative: developing a creative culture (people’s behaviors) and applying new processes and technologies.
The term “modembitious” comes from the hybridization of “modest” and “ambitious”. The authentic geniuses of business do not try to know everything. The most creative leaders do not only take advantage of the genius’ hidden power to attract new ideas, they take advantage of the collective genius in order to evaluate the ideas they attract. Not all the new ideas … Read More
Many times our beliefs restrict us. Sometimes, what we know puts limits to what we can know or imagine. Particularly, there are three self-deceptions that notably limit us in our day-to-day business activity:
There is a lot of mysticism around the fact that one should fail in order to innovate. And, many times, we read the same statement with the word “mistake”. Be careful! A failure is not a mistake. A mistake is a proof that there was negligence, lack of reflection, excessive speed or an assumption of a certain cause-effect during the … Read More
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