Fri.Aug 12, 2022

Creating the conditions for disruptive innovation

Jeffrey Phillips

In what is probably one of the most revered books among innovators, Edward De Bono wrote about six "thinking" hats. The point of his book is to recognize and acknowledge that many people, either intentionally or often unintentionally, play roles or "wear hats" that represent a specific point of view.

Idea Generation in Business: Eight Techniques to Supercharge Creativity


Ideas are vital to innovation. They are the seeds from which every innovation grows. When it comes to overseeing an idea management program involving thousands of employees or customers, it is crucial that the process is structured in a way that helps participants to generate the best ideas.


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How To Attract, Grow and Retain Your Best Employees

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Shep Hyken In a recent article, Why Employees Stay, I shared seven reasons why employees would want to continue working for a company. 5 on the list was that the company offers career growth and promotes from within.

The top 10 PMO KPIs you should be tracking (+ how to track them)

Cascade Strategy

Outstanding project portfolio managers have a set of PMO KPIs they track to showcase the business value of their office

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

4 Ways to Increase Cross-Collaboration in Trend & Technology Scouting


Y ou have a list of super-relevant trends and technologies for your business but not yet an efficient way to select the most strategically valuable ones?

Moving from Project to Product: A Five-Stage Journey

Planview Blog

The way we work and organize is changing. And so is the mindset around productivity and team structure. In the traditional project-centered model, companies are organized around tasks, with each group focused on one element of a project.