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Famous for being Anonymous

Destination Innovation

Girl with Balloon first appeared as an original graffiti mural painted outside a Shoreditch shop in 2002 and later at London’s Southbank, this time accompanied by the epitaph “There is Always Hope”. In 2017 it was voted the UK’s favourite artwork.

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Trust the Customers, Not the Experts

Destination Innovation

When he returned to England in 2002, he endeavoured to raise funding. In 2002 he was successful in gaining a grant from the Prince’s Trust who also provided him with a mentor and business advice. After graduating he developed this idea and presented it to luggage companies who thought it was a toy.

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Bias Blind Spot: Why you are more biased than you think

Idea to Value

In a 2002 Research paper, when studying more than 600 people in the USA, more than 85% believed they were less biased than the average American. Only one participant believed that they were more biased than the average American.

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Make These 3 Cultural Shifts To Reignite Change In Your Organization

Digital Tonto

When I first arrived there in 2002, I was struck by the apathy. Today, few would question the dignity of the Ukrainian people. In fact, they have become such an inspiration to the world that it’s hard to remember that the country used to be a very cynical place.

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What impact does time pressure have on creativity?

Idea to Value

In this 2002 Harvard Business Review article previewing some of the findings, the authors noted: When creativity is under the gun, it usually ends up getting killed. And the results were clear: time pressure results in people being less creatively productive.

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The Knowns and Unknowns of the Front End of Innovation

HYPE Innovation

Secretary of Defense Donald Henry Rumsfeld, who mentioned “unknown unknowns” (Rumsfeld, 2002). The above quote is from the former U.S. For innovators so much of innovation is hard to detect, it needs discovery and working through these quadrants of knowledge as well.

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Summaries of the 50 Best Business Books

Destination Innovation

This is the list of sections and book summaries: Alltime Classics How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie – 1936 Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill – 1937 The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale – 1952 The One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson – 1981 In Search of Excellence (..)