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Why do we have difficulties to self-disrupt?

Paul Hobcraft

“Why do we always seem to have internal difficulties to self-disrupt?”. Now that is an interesting question. My quick and simple answer is to look at all the internal constraints you can see, or those around you can add to your list or the ones you place on looking outside your own organization. It is also being constrained when you look outside your organization and not recognizing the (perpetual) changes going on, often until it is too late or a fast, nimble entrepreneur has nipped in and set

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Member Spotlight: Tandi LeFranc, Pacific Life

Innovation Leader

Tandi LeFranc is the Director of Business Strategy Acceleration at Pacific Life. We spoke with Tandi as part of our IL Member Spotlight series, which profiles our members.

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How Innovation Marketing Helps Disruptors Launch New Products

Tullio Siragusa

How Innovation Marketing Helps Disruptors Launch New Products. Innovation marketing is a discipline that encompasses activities and novel processes to introduce and deliver entirely new products. This includes research into the needs of customers, concept and prototype tests with customers, and developing plans on how to market these new products in a saturated market.

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#2,081 – Coffee Coke

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

Right now we need help falling asleep not staying awake all night. Yet that didn’t stop Coca-Cola from releasing a new product: coffee that taste likes coke. Or is it coke that tastes like coffee? Fast Company sums it up best: “The beverage company that once laced its drinks with cocaine is now turning to coffee to provide drinkers with a pick-me-up.

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How to Easily Navigate Crypto Accounting in the Web3 Era

Speaker: Aaron Jacob, VP of Accounting Solutions & Reagan Cook, GTM Lead

Are you struggling to navigate the complexities and challenges that come with crypto accounting? 🤔 This new webinar will cover everything businesses need to know to get started with crypto accounting after incorporating crypto into their business models! Industry experts Aaron Jacob and Reagan Cook of TaxBit will thoroughly explore the prevalent operational hurdles encountered by accounting teams when interacting with crypto on the books, and detail how software solutions can effectively

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What’s In a Name?

Innovation in Practice

Naming objects is very useful. We name things all the time because it makes things efficient. It helps us understand our world and it’s how we communicate with others. . The truth is that the names we give certain items create this barrier to innovative thinking. . And if you want to be more creative, a quick way to do it is by changing the names of things around you. .

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#2,079 – Doughnut Economics

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

Today Greta Thunberg is giving another impassioned speech about Climate Change to world leaders at the World Economic Forum. A speech that will likely fall on deaf ears. It really is a shame. The evidence exists. So too do the drastic pleas for help. And yet it’s still business as usual. I suppose we really shouldn’t be surprised. This is capitalism through and through.

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OKR: Learn all about Google’s management methodology

mjvinnovation

The OKR methodology was created by John Doerr, an American investor who introduced it to the creators of the powerful search engine in the early 2000s. In this article, you will understand what that method is, what advantages it can bring to your team (and the business as a whole), as well as how to start running an OKR cycle today. What is OKR. It is an acronym for Objectives and Key Results.

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Junior Innovation Manager

whataventure

Werde Teil des Teams! Junior Innovation Manager (m/w/d). JETZT BEWERBEN. Wo. Bozen. Start. Ab sofort. Erfahrung. 1 Jahr. Sprachniveau. B2 Deutschniveau. Über uns. WhatAVenture hat es sich zum Ziel gemacht, Unternehmen dabei zu unterstützen, ihre Geschäftsideen iterativ und nahe am Kunden zu entwickeln. Wir begleiten, unterstützen und helfen etablierten Unternehmen als Facilitatoren, Sparringspartner oder auch als Teammitglieder bei der Umsetzung von Innovationsprogrammen und Innovationsstrategie

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Building bridges vs Finished Bridges

Idea to Value

Bridges work to get people from one side of something to another. But they only work if they are 100% finished. A bridge which is 99% finished doesn’t help you get anywhere. There is still a gap which needs to be overcome before it provides any value. In fact, one single bridge which is 100% complete is more valuable than a thousand bridges which are 99% complete.

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What Do You Know?

helloFUTURE

Try this exercise. First, draw a circle. Imagine that this circle is all human knowledge. Now, add a wedge to represent what you know. Most people add a visible wedge. I usually add a single line since, by the time I started drawing the line and the time I’ve finished drawing the line, the whole… The post What Do You Know? appeared first on hellofuture.

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Scan to Success: How to Leverage QR Codes for Offline and Online Marketing Power

Speaker: Corey Daugherty, Head of Business Development at Flowcode & Georgette Malitsis, Senior Customer Success Manager, Enterprise at Flowcode

Let's explore the transformative power of QR codes in bridging offline and online marketing worlds. 📲 This new webinar featuring Corey Daugherty and Georgette Malitsis of Flowcode will dive into how innovative QR technology not only enhances traditional marketing strategies, but also drives meaningful customer engagement and analytics. Register today to gain practical knowledge on using QR codes to increase conversion rates, optimize customer journeys, and ultimately unlock a new realm o

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#2,080- Blue Sky

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

Social Media is at a crossroads. As Twitter, Facebook and others finally crack down on Donald Trump and other extremists who spread lies and sprout nonsense there is real concern for what this all means. Do these sites have too much power with their ability to “deplatform” someone and essentially silence them? Or are they just doing what they should have been doing all along?