Innovation Communities

I’m not sure who said it first but I’ll give credit to Tony Robbins for the now famous quote — “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with” With a slight tweak, you can apply this quote to networks, communities, tribes, and friends you socialize with. If you changed […]

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Success comes from creating jaw dropping new products and not by restructuring the organization

It seems obvious but its not. Many senior executives have the mistaken impression that what is needed is restructuring the organization in order to come up with that new killer product idea. Rather than focusing on structure, why not focus on creating and nurturing a corporate culture that empowers the organization to create those killer innovations. […]

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Inviting you to hear it first. Announcing my new book, “Beyond The Obvious”

I’m thrilled to say I’ve just wrapped up the manuscript to my first book, Beyond the Obvious: Killer Questions That Spark Game-Changing Innovation, published by Hyperion and due on the shelf February 7, 2012. The crux of the book is about generating ideas that lead to breakthrough innovations.  Why is this so important? Constantly generating […]