Tue.Nov 23, 2021

How to Build & Grow a Culture of Continuous Improvement

Kainexus

Company culture is what makes one organization different from the next. The team's shared values, goals, and expectations contribute to a thriving organizational culture. Leaders who are dedicated to continuous improvement make it the cornerstone of their organization's culture.

Insanely Interesting People who Influenced me: #12 Alistair Maclean

Rmukesh Gupta

For the rest of the year, I would like to take a moment and thank the people who have had a significant impact on me as an individual. The way they have lived their lives and their body of work has had an outsized impact on how I think about life in general and and work, in particular.

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The Best Creativity Advice We Heard in 2021

Entrepreneur - Innovation

Tips and quotes from contributors and interviewees about how to fuel your creative side. Creativity

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Vision Canvas Templates for Creating Company or Product Visions

InnovationTraining.org

Find vision templates that can help your organization focus on company or product direction and goals. Understanding your direction and future goals is essential – after all, this road-map planning builds the vision needed to make these goals a reality.

Your Guide to Using Conversational Marketing to Drive Demand Generation

What is conversational marketing really about? This guide will examine the market forces at play, shifting buyer trends, how to leverage conversation marketing, and the tactics involved in adopting it for a B2B demand generation strategy.

Building a “Giving” Team

CMOE

As leaders, we all can appreciate a little, or a lot of help in performing our work responsibilities. In a fast-paced, demanding work environment, most leaders have a lot to do and not enough resources, time, or energy to get it done.

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Life as an Innovation Intern at WhatAVenture

whataventure

Life as an Innovation Intern at WhatAVenture. “Hi, Hi, I am Maxi, Innovation Manager at WhatAVenture and currently also working at Wood_Space as an assistant to the CEO. I started working at WhatAVenture in 2020 as an Innovation Intern.

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If you have 'An idea to change history' you can earn up to 250 thousand pesos in this initiative of History Channel

Entrepreneur - Innovation

If you have a project to improve the world through technology and innovation, History Channel can reward your creativity. See how to sign up for the 'An idea to change history' initiative. Entrepreneurship Calls

Gamification can Boost Fitness and Save Carbon

Destination Innovation

How can government action encourage a healthier lifestyle, reduce obesity and at the same time lower carbon emissions? One idea that seems to work is gamification. Beat the Street is a game which rewards behaviour change for people who become more active.

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Tec de Monterrey presents Faculty of Excellence, an initiative that will add more global impact professors to its faculty

Entrepreneur - Innovation

The first teachers to join Tec through this initiative are: Raj Sisodia, Per-Olof Berggren and Marc Madou.

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Fumbling the Creative Handoff

Michael Roberto

Source: statetechmagazine.com What happens when someone runs with a creative idea initiated and formulated by someone else? What pitfalls arise when there is a transition from idea generator to idea executor?

What is Digital Transformation?

With the changing trends in the business world, it is more and more necessary to embrace digital transformation in business. Find out how to succeed in this ever-changing environment.

Give Poeple Wings, Not Keep Under Your Wings

Game-Changer

Bad managers, good managers, great managers. What’s the difference? I understood the distinction when I was 18 years old.

The Fear of Looking Stupid vs Being Stupid

Rmukesh Gupta

When we decide to lead, one of the primal feeling that we have to face is the fear of looking stupid to the people whom we lead. As Marshall Goldsmith says in this video, this fear of looking stupid is very deep and a primal fear. The more intelligent and smart we are the stronger this fear is.

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