Uma semana rica em “meforma” e “informa”.
Alguns pontos de vista que mereceram a minha reflexão dominada pela paixão e pela visão e que convem guardar:
by Jeffrey Phillips –Blogging Innovation
…”Now, to me, a person who loves change and new ideas, I can’t imagine why anyone wouldn’t leap at the chance to participate in innovation. Sign me up! But I’ve discovered that while “everyone” can be innovative, many people usually aren’t, and there are several good reasons for that. Understanding the reasons, and identifying the people who can or will overcome the barriers, will make your innovation effort more successful.”…
Jose Baldaia said…
To all that reasons you talk, resistance to change, resignation, comfortable environment and negativism or prejudice I will add lack of happiness.
I think that people work better with fun and if we want to develop a innovation culture we need to create an appropriate environment for inspiration, creation and implementation.
I also do not like to see people going out from their places, but it is hard sometimes to involve them in new activities and I had experienced that. Some people prefer negotiation to retirement instead behavioral changes.
To me the best way to promote innovation is to change the environment. Innovation is contagious.”
Importa estar atento e preparar o futuro, eis um bom conselho:
“O novo desafio competitivo lançado pelas empresas chinesas não é comparável a nada visto pelas empresas ocidentais desde que os japoneses entraram no mercado, com seus carros e com a electrónica de consumo, há vinte anos atrás….”
“Não é o famoso tigre de papel, mas antes um sinal para o “ocidente” deixar a acomodação e pensar em competições de outro nível. Daniel Pink já falava no factor Asia ao abordar a criatividade e as direcções que ela deve tomar. As empresas têm que procurar as necessidades reais dos seus consumidores e seguir-lhes o coração. A oferta passa por dar significado aos produtos e não tanto por apresentar uma panóplia imensa de “utensílios” sem utilidade. Criar algo de útil, simples e que faça parte do meu consumo sustentável.”
Jorge Barba – Game Changer
Passion cannot be replicated, it comes from within
To make people believe in our vision (dream) we have to be able to make them care, and to do that we have to be able to communicate it with passion. When we speak with emotions it’s like we’re sending other people our own energies, we’re connecting with them on a deeper level and we want them to feel what we feel.
Passion is enthusiasm and it has color. I think it is also contagious as a lot of emotions we experienced. But it is true that if we don´t share our visions we cannot achieve our goals.
The most important thing a leader must have is a life full of dreams, inside and outside their organization with family and friends, because it is this balance that allows happiness and creates passion.
If their Mission and Vision for the organization is aligned with his life I think leaders will be successfully.
Pensar e ouvir para pensar o quão simples, por vezes, é inovar!