Thu.Mar 23, 2023

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Which new developments in K–12 education will prove disruptive?

Christensen Institute

This is an interesting time to be involved in K–12 education. It’s a challenging time, for sure, given the learning loss, mental health crisis, and educator burnout that have come in the aftermath of COVID-19. But this is also a time full of new possibilities. The expansion of micro-schools, community schools, hybrid homeschooling, learning ecosystems, and tutoring models—all of which gained unexpected momentum through the pandemic—point to striking new possibilities for the future of education.

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Culture of Innovation Assessment

InnovationTraining.org

Here is a simple assessment you can take to assess for a culture of innovation in your organization or group. We used AI to help us generate and also categorize the questions across four important categories: Mindset, Leadership, Process, and Culture. For each of these questions, participants can rate themselves on a scale of 1-5 (1 being strongly disagree and 5 being strongly agree) to assess their mindset and behaviors or practices that contribute to a culture of innovation in their organizati

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“Anomalies Wanted:” A counterintuitive call to innovate that can set businesses apart

Christensen Institute

This piece is by Esther Clark, author and outstanding contributor to Forbes, the Global Peter Drucker Forum, and the World Economic Forum. She is the Executive Director of Marketing at Inspired Education and writes about innovation, strategy, and international education. Follow @ClarkEsther. Growing up on sailboats and off the grid, I learned that doing things differently leads to some of life’s most valuable experiences.

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At the Intersection of Innovation Way and Extraordinary Drive

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Shep Hyken No matter what business we’re in, our storefront better be located at the intersection of Extraordinary Drive and Innovation Way. Of course, I am speaking figuratively. But, I’ve literally taken a photo at this real intersection that exists in the middle of High Point University.

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Scan to Success: How to Leverage QR Codes for Offline and Online Marketing Power

Speaker: Corey Daugherty, Head of Business Development at Flowcode

Let's explore the transformative power of QR codes in bridging offline and online marketing worlds. 📲 This new webinar featuring Corey Daugherty of Flowcode will dive into how innovative QR technology not only enhances traditional marketing strategies, but also drives meaningful customer engagement and analytics. Register today to gain practical knowledge on using QR codes to increase conversion rates, optimize customer journeys, and ultimately unlock a new realm of marketing potential!

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Becoming More Collaborative — When You Like to Be in Control

Harvard Business Review

It can be hard to let go, but being more inclusive will lead you to better decisions.

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The Pros and Cons of Starting a Business vs. Innovating Within a Company

Entrepreneur - Innovation

This article compares entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship and highlights pros/cons and success stories.

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A Definitive Guide For Energy Management Solution

Acuvate

As a business owner, you may be well aware of the rising costs associated with energy consumption. Your business’s energy bills can take a significant chunk out of your profits, and as energy prices continue to rise, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to keep costs under control. At the same time, you may also be concerned about the impact of your business on the environment.

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Research: The Pros and Cons of Soliciting Customer Reviews

Harvard Business Review

When it’s worth it — and when it can backfire.

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Idea Magnets—You Must Combat Hepeating!

BrainZooming

I’m back from a church council meeting. Much of the meeting involved a first-ever update from the church’s environmental team. They offered forty-seven brainstormed ideas along with a few concrete recommendations.