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Innovation Roadmaps: What Are They Good For, Anyway?

Innovation Excellence

At the heart, product roadmaps show the major milestones of a project’s lifecycle. Maintaining Product Roadmaps is a useful discipline in just about any organization that has more than one product. But aside from capturing product timelines, what good are they? If a roadmap is just another deliverable you owe an executive, that checks a. Innovation Management Product Innovation R&D Strategy Product Development Product Roadmap product strategy

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Why We Should Start Thinking About the Digital Workplace as "The Connected Workplace"


While the term "Digital Workplace" doesn't have a hard and fast definition, I think most of us know what the term means. At least we think we do.the Digital Workplace is a set of tools that help us work better, faster, collaborate better, and at the end of the day deliver stellar ROI. But guess what? The top three biggest challenges to digital workplace initiatives are data silos, competing departments, and budget constraints.

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Reducing Confirmation Bias

Michael Roberto

Can students be trained in a way that helps reduce confirmation bias on an unrelated task/decision in the near future? Anne-Laure Sellier, Irene Scopelliti, and Carey K. Morewedge set out to addressz tha the question an interesting study. They have published their results in an article titled, "Debiasing Training Improves Decision Making in the Field." They offered students an opportunity to participate in a serious game-based training exercise.

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Mastering our Thoughts and Actions Is the Key to Happiness

Tullio Siragusa

Mastering our Thoughts and Actions Is the Key to Happiness. Society often defines success as fame, fortune, and achievement as perceived through the eyes of others. We convince ourselves that we will be happy when we finally make our fortune, find the perfect spouse, graduate college, or end up at the top of our business. But most people who define success in these terms are unhappy. Happiness comes from within.

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ERM Program Fundamentals for Success in the Banking Industry

Speaker: William Hord, Senior VP of Risk & Professional Services

This exclusive webinar with William Hord, Senior VP of Risk & Professional Services, will explore the foundational elements you need to start or validate your ERM program. He will also dive into topic definitions, governance structures, and framework components for success.

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Nominations Open – Top 50 Innovation Twitter Sharers of 2019

Innovation Excellence

We thought it would be a fun summer activity to pull together a list of the top innovation personalities and information sharers on twitter. In case you missed it, here were the Top 50 Innovation Twitter Sharers of 2018. We know we follow a lot of great innovation people on twitter (including a lot of. Innovation Social Media Top 10 140 chars 2019 awards collaboration news sharing Social Sharing Top 50 Tweets Twitter

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Just Start And Keep Going


As of today, I’ve written nearly 500 posts for this blog, recorded approximately 250 podcasts, and recorded over 60 innovation videos (not counting the other 300 plus videos I recorded in my dark, distant past). I’ve written four books on innovation, one in its second edition, and wrote a science fiction young adult novel. Prior… The post Just Start And Keep Going appeared first on hellofuture. ideas innovation motivation startups success

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Modern leadership styles and innovation: The boss doesn’t always know best!


For many modern businesses, the concept of the boss is somewhat outdated. I am the ‘boss’ at Wazoku, in that I co-founded the company and that ultimately the buck stops with me. But that’s about the only similarity with the traditional role of boss. At Wazoku we have a seven-strong executive and management team, which is collectively responsible for the major decisions the company makes. As the CEO, I don’t have a desk. I don’t have an office. I’m approachable.

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The Lean Linchpin: Middle Managers


A linchpin is a fastener passed through the end of an axle to keep a wheel in position. The term is also used figuratively, according to Wikipedia, to describe, “something [or someone] that holds the various elements of a complicated structure together.” What an apt description of the role of middle managers in a Lean environment.

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Chicago Roundtable on How to Achieve Organizational Agility

Innovation Leader

In mid-July, we brought together 10 innovation and R&D leaders from large organizations at Hyatt Hotels’ headquarters to discuss organizational agility

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Design Sprint Activities

Discover and use these common design sprint activities you can utilize to lead innovation at your organization. The design sprint is one of the fastest growing innovation trends in the last decade. This methodology centers around a fast-paced, collaborative approach to problem solving and typically involves 5 days of activities to prompt ideation. Today we’ve covering the most common design sprint activities that you can utilize in your own organization to facilitate innovation today.

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Retail Reimagined: What It Means To Be An Innovative Retailer

Speaker: DeAnna McIntosh, Retail Growth Strategist

Join DeAnna McIntosh, Retail Growth Strategist, for this idea-sparking session on how to multiply and diversify your revenue (and impact) with zero ad spend, how to create disruption in your industry, and how to reimagine and innovate the retail business model.

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Can Algorithms Feel? Use Emotion To Elevate Search Engine Marketing


Originally published in MediaPost. Emotional resonance is essential in marketing. But how do you connect emotionally when writing keyword-targeted copy? To the uninitiated, copywriting for search engine optimization (SEO) may seem prescriptive, awkward and clunky, written for robot crawlers rather than human beings. No one even reads those SEO copy blocks, right?