Fri.Jan 21, 2022

Zombie ideas and Vampire ideas

Idea to Value

Some ideas just don’t want to die! When I was quite early on in my consulting career, I was tasked with evaluating all of the current projects which a client had.

Michael Michalko - Untitled Article

Michael Michalko

When we compare problems to something unusual, we tend to have a need to understand it. Consequently, we break it down and analyze the different parts to see if this will allow us to understand it or make it somehow familiar. When this happens, we form new links and relationships that may lead to breakthrough ideas. Consider Louis Braille (1809-1852). He was born in Coupvray, a town in north central France, on January 4, 1809.