Fri.Sep 11, 2020

The only two things that matter to get clients to adopt sustainable products

Board of Innovation

As part of our series on the Circular Economy, we will look at the two most important factors to drive consumer change. Hint: the price has nothing to do with it.). The post The only two things that matter to get clients to adopt sustainable products appeared first on Board of Innovation.

Bet On Brains, Not Experience


Working for a traditional company means that you follow a set of rules, the company is configured so things happen in a determined way on a daily basis. There are set processes, therefore surprises are chided and anything that disrupts routines is avoided.

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What is the Future of Live Entertainment?

Innovation Leader

Time spent streaming is up 60 percent since the start of the pandemic. But this not to say that digital will replace the physical. What’s the future of live entertainment


Open Banking: what changes in terms of our relationship with money?


This thought may seem romantic, but this will make your corporation survive through this crisis scenario, pandemic, and the post-normal reality. Relax! We know that the idea of ??a

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The Best Sales Forecasting Models for Weathering Your Goals

Every sales forecasting model has a different strength and predictability method. It’s recommended to test out which one is best for your team. This way, you’ll be able to further enhance – and optimize – your newly-developed pipeline. Your future sales forecast? Sunny skies (and success) are just ahead!

Succeeding in Zoomworld


Plus … OUR FORTHCOMING WHITE PAPER, NEW BOOKS, and a NEW ONLINE INNOVATION COURSE 1 SUCCEEDING IN ZOOMWORLD Like everyone, you no doubt included, we’ve been spending rather large amounts of time on Zoom these last few months. We’ve learned a lot, and have run some surprisingly successful collaborative sessions, including one that spanned 12 […].

Projecting Self-Confidence, not Self-Doubt

Michael Roberto

Source: Pixabay Kellogg Insight recently featured some very useful advice on how to project self-confidence in the workplace by Ellen Taaffe, Clinical Assistant Professor of Leadership and Director of Women's Leadership Programs at the Kellogg School of Management.