Sun.Jan 17, 2021

Why Good Ideas Fail (And How To Help Yours Succeed)

Digital Tonto

We tend to think that if we get an idea right, that others will recognize its worth. That’s hardly ever true. In fact, if your idea is truly new and different, you can expect to encounter stiff. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]].

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Some ideas just aren’t for right now | Culture


There are a whole host of reasons why ideas don’t get chosen, yet we tend to unconsciously label them in simple terms such as accepted or rejected, good or bad


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Play Bold: Work hard and play hard with Johan Roos, Chief Academic Officer at HULT

Innovation 360 Group

In this first episode of Play Bold, we hear Johan Roos sharing insights and stories on how to transform an industry. Johan Roos is Professor and Chief Academic Officer of HULT as well as.

Eliminating bias in the ideation process: the power of anonymity | Culture


It is no secret that innovation and inclusion go hand in hand: diversity of perspective is vital to a company’s success

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.

You Need To Compete To Innovate


One of the key reasons why many feel their companies are stuck not innovating is that they are no longer driven by the same kind of competitive urge that drives startups. They feel that they are invincible against the competition. Not just too big to fail – unable to fail.

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Episode 026: What’s In a Name?

Innovation in Practice

Want to be more creative – fast? Here’s a shortcut to becoming more creative: change the names of the things around you every day. Names have a way of being very efficient. We name things all the time. It helps us understand our world and it’s how we communicate with others. .

5 reasons to break up with roadmapping, and move on | Innovation Management


Let’s talk Product Roadmapping! No, not the boring ins and outs of how it works or what it is, but rather the debate around whether it’s even useful or not, and why maybe it’s time to break up and move on

Why it’s time to reshape the work management system and start building bridges across your team | Leadership


Managing teams of people at work requires acute organization and communication, no matter the size

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