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Keep the Ball Rolling: 5 Continuous Improvement Methods for Long-Term Business Success

Qmarkets

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An Openly Innovative Attitude.

100%Open

As a “newbie” to the innovation sector, I have to admit I had some help from the jargon buster. I’ve also come to understand that open innovation is no longer a novelty concept, rather a part of the culture at the heart of many companies, including Carlsberg , Argos , and Oxfam. This openness is helping them challenge conservative approaches thus, stand out from their competitors.

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How Culture Change Works: 3 Lessons

BrainZooming

Brainzooming participated in a new business presentation with a group of other companies. We were proposing a change initiative for a multi-agency department within a city government. As our in-person presentation drew to a close, the review team asked about each of our experiences with comparable culture changes. My answer, rather than detailing the specifics of a particular initiative, focused on important lessons I learned during a significant change in organizational culture.

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Productivity Leads to Happiness

Tullio Siragusa

Productivity Leads to Happiness. hap·pi·ness /?hap?n?s/ s/ n oun ?—?the the state of being happy. Synonyms: contentment, pleasure, contentedness, satisfaction, cheerfulness, cheeriness, merriment, merriness, gaiety, joy, joyfulness, joyousness, joviality, jollity, jolliness, glee, blitheness, carefreeness gladness, delight, good spirits, high spirits, light heartedness, good cheer, well-being, enjoyment, felicity. Money and Happiness. What is the relationship between money and happiness?

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Roadmap Personas: The Best Way to Set Expectations for Teams, Clients, and Leadership

Speaker: Johanna Rothman - Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Join Johanna Rothman as she discusses developing persona-specific roadmaps and the reasons why sometimes less is more.

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14 LGBTQ+ Innovators, Inventors and Scientists who changed the world

Idea to Value

This month is Pride Month, during which time the LGBTQ community comes out in force to celebrate their identity. I wanted to write an article celebrating the works of the most influential gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual innovators, inventors and scientists throughout history. However, there was a problem. There are just not many lists of famous homosexuals in these fields.

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What does good REALLY look like?

Innovation Excellence

Manchester, 1955. The table tennis club has four tables. Beginners start at Table Four, down on the right. If you win, you move left. At Table One, the winner stays on. Anyone can find a game at the club, but the standard at Table One is high –those players are junior championship contenders: young, fit, Change Innovation Teaching Story

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May the 4th Industrial Revolution be with You – Part 2: You can Check Out Any Time You like but You can Never Leave

InnovationManagement

This is the second in a series of articles that explore the impact of the 4th Industrial Revolution on how we are living our lives today and how we should go about earning a living in the years to come. The post May the 4th Industrial Revolution be with You – Part 2: You can Check Out Any Time You like but You can Never Leave appeared first on Innovation Management. Trend Alert 4th industrial revolution digitalization industrial revolution Technology

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Intel Has Figured Out How To Compute In 3 Dimensions And It Could Put The Company Back On Top

Innovation Excellence

In 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore published a remarkably prescient paper, which predicted that the number of transistors on a computer chip would double about every two years. For a half century, this process of doubling has proved to be so remarkably consistent that today it is commonly known as Moore’s Law and has driven. Innovation

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HR 4.0: how technology is transforming people management

mjvinnovation

Have you heard of HR 4.0? Well, know that this concept has been gaining more and more force all over the world, going through organizations from the most varied markets. Keep reading to understand in depth! What HR 4.0 The concept of HR 4.0 is closely linked to the so-called Industry 4.0, or to the fourth major industrial revolution. If Industry 4.0

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Average company lifespan has shrunk to 10 years – Don’t be average!

Innovation 360 Group

Business Rescue: Part I. Everything is an S-Curve. Even you and even your company. Everything that grows and develops over time (Including businesses) follows a predictable pattern: The classic S-Curve model. It’s means you’re born; you grow, you slow down as you mature, and then you fade out permanently. This trajectory is true of people, organizations, cities, countries, civilizations – everything. All of us and all we do is somewhere on that curve.

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Designing For Engagement: Revive Your L&D Strategy with Gamification, VR, and More

Speaker: Stephen Baer - Chief Creative Officer, ELB Learning & Luke Talbot - Chief Product Officer, Userlane

In this fireside chat, leading L&D experts Stephen Baer & Luke Talbot will discuss the exciting technological advancements in eLearning and how you can choose and implement the right technology for your company.

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Productivity Leads to Happiness

Tullio Siragusa

Productivity Leads to Happiness. hap·pi·ness /?hap?n?s/ s/ n oun ?—?the the state of being happy. Synonyms: contentment, pleasure, contentedness, satisfaction, cheerfulness, cheeriness, merriment, merriness, gaiety, joy, joyfulness, joyousness, joviality, jollity, jolliness, glee, blitheness, carefreeness gladness, delight, good spirits, high spirits, light heartedness, good cheer, well-being, enjoyment, felicity. Money and Happiness. What is the relationship between money and happiness?

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Amazon Didn't Kill JCPenney. This Did.

Econic

There are a few companies whose decline seems more inevitable than JCPenney. Malls are dying… Department stores are dying… Amazon owns the retail marketplace. There's just no place for a company like JCPenney or any department store in the new economy. That's the story I believed.until I dug deeper.

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#1,508 – Black Mirror Week: Personal AI Avatars

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

The current season (if you can even call three episodes a season) of Black Mirror features an episode starring Miley Cyrus in which a young pop star is forced into a coma so that her manager can replace her with a digital avatar that can go on tour 24/7 without ever needing a break.

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Amazon Didn’t Kill JCPenney. This Did.

Econic

There are a few companies whose decline seems more inevitable than JCPenney. Malls are vanishing… Department stores are dying… Amazon owns the retail marketplace… There’s just no place for a company like JCPenney or any department store in the new economy. That’s the story I believed… until I dug deeper. Looking at the stock price of JCPenney, they peaked in 2007 right before the recession, then, like all other department stores, started to decline.

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The L&D Strategy Roundtable

Speaker: Cara North - Learning & Development Consultant, Speaker, & Researcher | Maggie Quigley - Senior Account Executive for US Market Userlane

In this webinar, L&D professionals Cara North and Maggie Quigley will discuss the various factors that affect training and how you can stretch your budget to create an effective L&D program.

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Innovation Project Scorecard: Evidence Trumps Opinion

Strategyzer Innovation

The focus should not just be on products and services when running experiments to test new business ideas. Our focus should be on assessing if we are making progress from our initial idea to a profitable business. Teams need to show hard evidence that a market exists and customers are interested (i.e. desirability), that the required infrastructure can be built and managed (i.e. feasibility), and evidence that the projected revenues and profits are not a fantasy (i.e. viability).

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