Thu.Jan 13, 2022

Getting organizations to the Innovation Mode with George Krasadakis

Viima

We continue our series of interviews of leading global innovation experts with a discussion together with George Krasadakis, a 20-year innovation veteran and the author of The Innovation Mode book.

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Podcast S6E146: Roger Kneebone – How to become an expert

Idea to Value

In today’s episode of the Idea to Value podcast, we speak with Prof Roger Kneebone. Prof Kneebone is the author of Expert: Understanding the Path to Mastery and directs the Imperial College Centre for Engagement and Simulation Science (ICCESS) in London.

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3 Reasons Why Making A Decision Can Be So Difficult

Game-Changer

Decisions. Big and small, they are part of our everyday life. Everything from choosing what to eat, where to park, what to pay attention to, who you date, who you marry, what you buy; these decisions determine ones future.

How to Manage Innovation Exploration With the Support of an Ideation Platform

Qmarkets

In this era of change, both small and larger companies are starting to realise that they will not be able to survive if they continue to exploit existing business models without exploring new ones.

New Ways to Reach, Influence, and Close More Deals with Intent Data

Speaker: Ardath Albee, B2B Marketing Strategist and CEO of Marketing Interactions

Acting on intent data when applied to buyer context can be a game-changer for gaining attention by increasing relevance, which drives purposeful engagement toward purchase. But all intent data is not the same. In this webinar, learn the difference between interest and intent, and the best ways to use the right data.

22 Training and Engagement Ideas Well Suited for 2022

Kainexus

Whether your company has ten employees or 10,000, coming up with an employee engagement strategy can be a challenge. Keeping everyone connected is especially challenging with limited in-person activities due to COVID.

ALWAYS LOOK AT PROBLEMS FROM AT LEAST 3 DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES

Michael Michalko

Leonardo da Vinci always assumed that his first way of looking at a problem was too biased toward his usual way of thinking. He would always look at a problem from at least three different perspectives to get a better understanding. It has been my observation that people who pride themselves on their ability to think logically and analytically ignore his advice and trust their usual way of thinking.

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ITONICS

According to Gartner, “Enterprise architecture and technology innovation leaders, including CTOs, are challenged to predict how trends and disruptions might affect their organization’s business model in the future.