You can choose because you are free!
So do I! Last week I Choose:
Video Interview – Eric Liu – “Imagination First” by Braden Kelley
Open Innovation Happens Behind the Scenes by Stefan Lindegaard
John Hagel and John Seely Brown wrote a great post recently named Open Innovation’s Next Challenge: Itself.
What would you do with a Radical Idea? Reject it of course. By Paul Sloane
Einstein said that all great original ideas at first appear absurd. This is why it is so easy to dismiss radical suggestions when they surface.
Preparing for the Unknown by Andrea Meyer
Point: You may not be able to predict the future, but you can prepare for it by tracking early trends and staying open to disruptions.
Weaving innovation into the corporate structure by Jeffrey Phillips
I’ll get up and bang on my innovation drum all day, hoping that people will listen to the message.
Traits of Leadership by Steve Nguyen
Research regarding traits related to leadership effectiveness has found about half a dozen (Yukl, 2010):
The 10 Top Reasons Why The 10 Top Reasons Don’t Really Matter by Mitch Ditkoff
“Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.” (Groucho)
Circle Gatekeepers to Launch Innovations with Dr. Ellen Weber
For years I sought pathways past gate-keepers in order to introduce and develop shared innovations.
Crowdsourcing Is the New Collaboration by Hutch Carpenter
The value of accessing a collaborative network outside the company walls is nicely articulated in the quote above. Well, why not recast that concept?
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