Mon.Jun 13, 2022

WALT DISNEY’S CREATIVE THINKING TECHNIQUE

Imagineer7

We exhibit a phenomenon called structured imagination. Structured imagination refers to the fact that even when we use our imagination to develop new ideas, those ideas are heavily structured in highly predictable ways according to existing concepts, categories and stereotypes. This is true whether the individuals are inventors, artists, writers, scientists, designers, businesspeople, or everyday people fantasizing about a better life.

How to and Why Be Genuine as a Leader

Tullio Siragusa

How to and Why Be Genuine as a Leader. There is a significant difference between leadership and management. Leaders inspire and work in an upside-down pyramid fashion, while managers are often seeking to be on the top of the pyramid with everyone else beneath.

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Four Reasons the Big Quit Exists

Innovation Excellence

Turns out the pandemic prompted mass numbers of employees finally say, “take this job and shove it” to employers and careers they don’t like. Life is too short to be miserable at work.

Why Innovation Operations Are Critical

Wellspring

This article was originally published on Chemical Engineering. Innovation Innovation Ops

What Not to Do When Onboarding Your Customer

Speaker: Jamie Bernard, Senior Product Manager and Product Management Practice Lead at Nexient, an NTT Data Company

In this webinar, you will learn principles and practices to simplify your customers' onboarding experience

Ask WHY?

IdeaSpies

Simon Sinek is an unshakable optimist who believes in a bright future and our ability to build it together.

The Luxury of Invention

100%Open

Hands up who likes to be creative? I know I do. As someone who very firmly identifies as a Co-lab ‘Explorer’ I really enjoy taking things – physical, virtual or conceptual – and letting my imagination loose on what these could become.

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2. Avoid Becoming a One-Hit Wonder

Stephen Shapiro

In yesterday’s strategy from Best Practices are Stupid, I talked about the three levels of innovation: event, capability, and system. In today’s post, we explore the capability level. Here is strategy 2: Avoid Becoming a One-Hit Wonder.