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Smart Office Tools and Technology to Drive Innovation in 2023

IdeaScale

With each new year comes exciting new office tools and technology. Implementing new technology is essential for remaining competitive in the ever-evolving landscape of the modern workplace.

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2023: Making The Shift From Disruption To Resilience

Digital Tonto

The post 2023: Making The Shift From Disruption To Resilience first appeared on Digital Tonto. It’s been roughly 25 years since Clayton Christensen inaugurated the disruptive era and what he initially intended to describe as a special case has been implemented as a general rule.

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Agility is the 2023 Success Factor

Leapfrogging

Yet we can’t lose sight of another critical success factor for navigating today’s highly uncertain world, especially in 2023: agility. The post Agility is the 2023 Success Factor first appeared on.

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A.I. can now use text prompts to design new proteins which don’t exist in nature

Idea to Value

But I just came across a new research study just published at the end of Jan 2023 which may have a bigger impact than any on the future of the planet. There is so much hype around Artificial Intelligence tools and what they are able to create in the fields of creativity.

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Roadmap Personas: The Best Way to Set Expectations for Teams, Clients, and Leadership

Speaker: Johanna Rothman - Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Join Johanna Rothman as she discusses developing persona-specific roadmaps and the reasons why sometimes less is more.

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The needs of Innovation Coherence

Paul Hobcraft

The needs of Innovation Coherence. Innovation often fails to align with strategic needs. It is a known, well-discussed fact.

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Lean Continuous Improvement: Increase Productivity in 2023

Kainexus

If our conversations with business leaders are any indication, the theme of 2023 is how to get more productivity out of existing resources. The uncertain economy and difficult labor market are forcing leaders to think creatively about increasing productivity this year.

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What is the purpose of a manager nowadays?

Idea to Value

A few months ago, I saw a piece of research which has stuck with me.

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Make 2023 the Year of Successful Change

Innovation Excellence

Because my book was one of the bestselling titles of 2022, from now until January 30, 2023 you can get a 40% discount on my latest book Charting Change! Exciting news!

Change 68
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Time Management Tips to Maximize Innovation

IdeaScale

Although the average American works 8.8 hours per day, most employees deliver peak productivity just 3 to 4 hours a day. Knowing this, you and your team can experiment with different time management strategies to maximize your peak hours.

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Fears of those unknowns

Paul Hobcraft

The fear of the unknowns explodes upon those not ready When the established order begins to creak and dismantle, seemingly in front of our eyes, those fears of the unknown can kick in, especially if you have been used to managing in an established (slowly) evolving way for most, if not all, of your business life.

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Designing For Engagement: Revive Your L&D Strategy with Gamification, VR, and More

Speaker: Stephen Baer - Chief Creative Officer, ELB Learning & Luke Talbot - Chief Product Officer, Userlane

In this fireside chat, leading L&D experts Stephen Baer & Luke Talbot will discuss the exciting technological advancements in eLearning and how you can choose and implement the right technology for your company.

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Happiness is linked to higher creativity

Idea to Value

Many people have the stereotype of a creative person as someone who is broody, weird and possibly a little depressed. But according to research, the opposite might actually be true. Numerous studies have looked at what sort of mood results in people producing their most creative output.

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“As long as my failing project keeps going, I won’t be a failure”

Idea to Value

Is it better to have grit , or know when to quit? A few weeks ago I was listen to an excellent episode of the Innovation Show podcast , with guest Annie Duke.

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Why creativity is the future of your teams

Idea to Value

The world is changing faster than ever. Established companies are being overtaken by more innovative upstarts, entire industries which previously dominated the economy are being disrupted. And looking at the future of work, artificial intelligence has already begun replacing low-skilled jobs.

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Helping discover your innovation pathway

Paul Hobcraft

You need to discover your innovation pathway. I started posting my thoughts on innovation in August 2010.

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Where will Innovation Management Software go?

Paul Hobcraft

Where will Innovation Management Software go? This morning I decided to have a chat on ChatGPT on the future of Innovation Management Software, I asked a number of questions in a short series and can well-relate to the answers provided incredibly quickly. What do you think?

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Fail Well, Pivot Fast: Product Experimentation for Continuous Discovery

Speaker: William Haas Evans - Principal Consultant, Head of Product Strategy & Design Practice, Kuroshio Consulting

This presentation will explore the basics of the scientific method and examine how proper experimental design, multiple hypothesis testing, cohort analysis, and split testing can effectively reduce batch size and lead to validated insights. You'll leave the webinar with a new understanding of how to experiment in a way that generates real insights, not just noise.

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Accelerating Sustainable Energy Innovation

Paul Hobcraft

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Agility is the 2023 Success Factor

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Soren Kaplan Agility, the ability to think fast and move quickly, is an imperative for every team this year. That’s because there’s never been more uncertainty – around technology, the economy, global-political turmoil, and just about everything else.

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Laughter can make people more creative

Idea to Value

We have all heard that laughter is the best medicine. But it turns out that if you want to be more creative and come up with highly original ideas, then laughter might also help you.

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10 Ways to Rock the Customer Experience In 2023

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Shep Hyken As of today, 2022 is behind us. It was quite a year. Some businesses are still recovering from the impact of the pandemic, and then came employment issues, supply-chain problems and a shaky economy.

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The 2023 Supply Chain Crystal Ball: Challenges and Solutions

Speaker: Olivia Montgomery, Associate Principal Supply Chain Analyst

Curious to know how your peers are navigating ongoing disruption? In this webinar, you’ll gain actionable insights from Olivia Montgomery as she walks us through Capterra’s extensive research on how businesses - notably small and midsize businesses - are addressing supply chain challenges in 2023.

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What Will Humans Do In An Artificially Intelligent World?

Digital Tonto

In his story The Library of Babel, Borges describes a library which contains books with all potential word combinations in all possible languages.

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23 Ways in 2023 to Create Amazing Experiences

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Shep Hyken Happy New Year! I’m not one for New Year’s resolutions, which are often broken. Instead, I like setting and resetting my goals for the year, and in my world, those goals focus on delivering an amazing customer service experience.

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4 Signs Your Industry Might Be Disrupted

Digital Tonto

In the 1920s the Teapot Dome scandal rocked Washington. The Secretary of the Interior, Albert Bacon Fall, was found to have corruptly leased Navy petroleum reserves to private companies.

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How can you map out your Innovation Mix by Category and Level?

IdeaScale

Innovation can be optimized by taking a strategic approach to your innovation mix. Creating an innovation strategy leaves room for organic innovation, but ensures your approach is proactive and built with sustainability in mind.

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Five Keys to Better Future Prediction

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Art Inteligencia With the dawn of 2023 our minds naturally gravitate towards wondering what the future holds and possibly even trying to predict the future. Futurology 2023 predictions futurist predictions

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Top 10 Human-Centered Change & Innovation Articles of January 2023

Innovation Excellence

Drum roll please… At the beginning of each month, we will profile the ten articles from the previous month that generated the most traffic to Human-Centered Change & Innovation. We also publish a weekly Top 5 as part of our FREE email newsletter. Did your favorite make the cut?

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Make 2023 the Year of Profitable Service

Planview Blog

TSIA recently conducted an Economic Sentiment Survey with our members in the B2B technology space to consult them regarding their views on the economy in 2023. In this blog, I will discuss three strategies that professional services executives must consider to ensure profitable growth in 2023.

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Innovation comes in different forms and problems, all requiring financial support.

Paul Hobcraft

Developing countries need innovation and financial support. Innovation has a very tough job of attracting the necessary money to take a concept or idea all the way through to commercialization. There is always that constant asking about the economic return and the associated risks.

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Key Technology Trends to Watch in 2023: From AI and 5G to Quantum Computing and Cybersecurity

Tullio Siragusa

Conclusion In conclusion, 2023 is expected to see significant advancements in various areas of technology such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, 5G and Edge Computing, Quantum Computing, Cybersecurity and Virtual and Augmented Reality.

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Want to see Exponential Growth in 2023? Invest in these three Digital Accelerators

Daniel Burrus

For a business or organization, cost-effective solutions to current and future problems is a primary goal of many internal leaders. Of course, this is not limited to having less scrap as a manufacturing company or offering fewer refunds to dissatisfied customers as a retailer.

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Sustaining a Healthy World Through Growing Crop Health

Business and Tech

According to the Global Agricultural Productivity Report, the world is facing setbacks in agricultural production.

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How to Team Build to Spark Innovation

IdeaScale

Teamwork is essential for brainstorming new innovations and bringing your innovations to life. But first, you must build a cohesive team. If team building isn’t a current priority, or it has fallen by the wayside—it’s never too late to bring your team together.

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Lessons in Candour from Pixar’s Braintrust

Destination Innovation

Ed Catmull In his book Creativity Inc., Ed Catmull, President of Pixar Animation and Disney Animation, explains the important role of the ‘braintrust’ in the creative success of Pixar. He starts by stressing the importance of candour. It is essential for open and honest discussion. The opposite of candour is reserve and there are many reasons why people should be reserved.

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How to Keep Innovation Alive When Sales Are Down

IdeaScale

Whether it’s a bad quarter, your market or demographic is rapidly shrinking, or we are in the midst of a recession—you may be tempted to halt your innovation program. However, innovation is precisely what you need when your sales decline.

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5 Execution Plan Templates For Faster ROI In 2023

Cascade Strategy

In the business world, there are two types of people. Amateurs who talk about strategy. And then you have professionals who are all about execution. Strategy Execution Strategy Planning

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Why campfires are the perfect analogy for innovation

Jeffrey Phillips

I grew up in Scouting and really enjoyed my time as a scout. What I think most of us enjoyed the most were the weekend campouts, where we could sleep in tents, roam in the local forest and, best of all, build fires. I've never fully understood why boys are so attracted to fire.

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How to Innovate in 2023, According to Experts

Carla Johnson

January 3, 2023 A century ago, economist Joseph Schumpeter said that crises were seedbeds of innovation and entrepreneurship. The post How to Innovate in 2023, According to Experts appeared first on Carla Johnson.

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13 Goal Setting Templates for Teams: Don’t Fall Behind in 2023

Cascade Strategy

Every year, business leaders and their teams launch dazzling presentations with their goals in the hopes they will finally achieve them this year. Performance Management

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ChatGPT did not write this blog

Jeffrey Phillips

There are a lot of folks thinking about the implications of ChatGPT, the new AI that has many writers worried about losing their jobs. I've seen posts online where people provided prompts to ChatGPT and found the resulting document to be comparable to a well-written, college level paper.

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Be In The Room

CorporateIntel

Over the past weeks, several major companies have announced various return-to-office policies. That means a requirement to be in an office some number of days each week.