Mon.Feb 22, 2021

GDPR and CCPA – 5 Things Every Digital Marketer Should Know

The Human Factor

The new Consumer Privacy Act in California is no longer a novelty considering that it was enacted at the beginning of 2020. Even so, many still struggle with accepting and adjusting to the changes.

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The Connection Between Positive Change and Workplace Fulfilment

Idea to Value

Amidst Zoom meetings, sales reports, trend analysis, and fighting to keep up with the competition, it’s easy to overlook workplace fulfilment on the never-ending list of tasks required to run your business.

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FREE EBOOK | The 4 things business leaders looking to innovate need to know right now

Exago

Almost a year since the pandemic hit us, it would be naïve to still perceive digital transformation and business innovation as ‘nice-to-haves’. The vaccination wave brings new hope for economic recovery, yet many businesses are looking at a tough year ahead.

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Member Spotlight: Lisa Rothstein, Drawing Out Your Genius

Innovation Leader

Lisa Rothstein of Drawing Out Your Genius, discusses visual thinking, the importance of communicating ideas, and how anyone can learn to draw

How Micro-Innovations Can Drive Breakaway Results

How do micro-innovations affect businesses' way of thinking? Those small acts of 'everyday innovation' are the stuff of greatness. Download the eBook today to learn more about micro-innovations and how they have influenced some of the biggest companies to date.

FREE EBOOK | The 4 things business leaders looking to innovate need to know right now

Exago

Almost a year since the pandemic hit us, it would be naïve to still perceive digital transformation and business innovation as ‘nice-to-haves’. The vaccination wave brings new hope for economic recovery, yet many businesses are looking at a tough year ahead.

eBook 130

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How a Culture of Warmth Enables Innovation

Tullio Siragusa

How a Culture of Warmth Enables Innovation. Creativity and the innovative problem-solving abilities of employees should be fostered from the inside. While manifesting ideas require a lot of structure and a high degree of adherence to deadlines, a truly innovative organization provides its employee enough room to make strides in areas that have yet to be explored.

The Joy Of Doing Nothing.

helloFUTURE

This sounds impossible. Unless you spend time in meditation every day, then you probably never do nothing.

The Power of Combining Things: How to be Creative Anytime with Simple Unexpected Combinations

Innovation in Practice

Think you’re the most uncreative person in the world? . Well, not anymore. . You can decide to become creative if you want to right in this very moment. And all it takes is a simple formula. What is Creativity?

#2,140 – Privacy Ring

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

Lately I’ve been hoping that a modern day equivalent of a mood ring would show up so that you can tell at a glance if someone near you is interested in you. But instead if we get a technological version of a ring to wear in the near future it may be a privacy ring.

Register Today for RIDG’s Return on Innovation: Webinar Series

Speaker: Michelle Royal, Founder of RIDG

Join RIDG's Chief Innovation Officer, Michelle Royal, for a free 60-minute webinar on Tuesday, March 9th at 10 a.m. ET. You’ll learn how to lead your business to a new frontier in a time of disruption and prepare for the future despite intense financial and mental constraints of a pandemic. This is the first webinar of a three-part series on how innovation produces higher profits and happier people. RIDG helps companies make strategic financial decisions and empowers their teams to grow the business.

Episode 031: Two New Apps to Help You Learn Creativity

Innovation in Practice

There are lots of ways for you to learn about systematic creativity. In today’s episode, I’m sharing with you two amazing apps right at your fingertips. At least take a look at them and see what value you might get out of them. Think about how this can benefit your personal and professional life.

#2,141 – Edible Sunscreen

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

My family is a big fan of eating grapes. So much so that you should never share a bowl with my sister unless you want to lose a limb. So it’s pretty exciting for me to consider that our favorite fruit may soon double as edible sunscreen!

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The Yellowed Pages

Innovation Archetecture

If you told a child today that, twenty years ago, every household had a printed directory of every resident and every business in their town—and that the directory weighed upwards of ten pounds and was dropped on people’s doorsteps once a year with a satisfying “thunk,” they would think you were crazy. . No way. . It’s true, however.

#2,143 – Big League Advance

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

22 year old San Diego Padres star shortstop Fernando Tatis just signed a record setting 14 year, $340 million dollar contract extension. But not all of that money is his.

Leading Advertising and Analytics Company Outperforms With a Graph Database

Xandr, a division of AT&T, has built an identity graph that connects information on people, households, and more. The company is using this graph to provide advertisers an ability to deliver commercials more successfully than ever before. Learn more.

You Want a Meeting for What?

Mills Scofield

Clock over door to Honby library, Liverpool central library Picton reading rooms ? alamy.com. How’s zooming going? It’s fascinating how pre-COVID, so many shunned virtual meetings and now we’re over-meeting virtually because it’s ‘easy’ which has led to even more meetings!

#2,142 – Anxiety Mittens

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

Over the last few months I’ve been dealing with anxiety and have resorted to taking medication daily. But what if there was another way that I could be treated? One that didn’t involve medicine? Well, there may soon be thanks to a newly created pair of special mittens.

Leading in a Fog: Discomfort with the What-If Questions

Michael Roberto

Source: Wikimedia I recently read Adam Bryant's interview with Penny Herscher, veteran Silicon Valley board director and CEO. He asked Herscher about lessons for leading "in a fog" - i.e., in a highly ambiguous, unpredictable environment.

#2,139 – COVID Long Hauler Treatment

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

One of the common misconceptions about the coronavirus is the naïve opinion that younger, healthier people would be able to fight it off if they got it. Because it’s not just about surviving COVID. It’s also about the lingering symptoms that you may feel, in some cases for months on end.

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Extending the Reach of HR: Supporting and Sourcing Remote Talent

Speaker: Karen Lim, Alliance Academy

The concept of Global HR is becoming more common as more companies become permanently remote. As companies expand their talent-bases beyond borders, HR reps will bear the responsibilities that come along with it. Adapting to different cultures, distances, and legal implications whilst preserving core company values is essential. Once you can do this, the world becomes your oyster. Join Karen Lim of Alliance Academy, and learn to thrive in a remote-first mindset.