Mon.May 09, 2022

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Creative Problem Solving Process

Learn more about this CPS innovation methodology here. When it comes to developing innovative solutions to unique organizational challenges or your own life, using tried and true methods to brainstorm ideas and find the best possible solution can be a great way to achieve your goals. One such methodology is creative problem solving, which will be defined and explored in this latest article from Innovation Training.

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How much luck do you need to be creative?

Idea to Value

What makes successful people succeed? A number of factors they come up with if you ask them may include: Hard work. Grit and being willing to keep going through challenging times. Having the resources to develop what you are thinking of. Focusing on quality, delighting the customer, being the best. A supportive network around you. etc. But one aspect which is often forgotten is also one of the most important: luck.


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The lost innovation pathway

Paul Hobcraft

Credit Chrisnaton, Flickr. I was recently working through a set of older presentation files and came across this extract concerning innovation again and thought I must share this. Sadly, it rings true as much as it did those (many) years back. “ Strategy is useless without innovation; innovation is directionless without strategy” Below is an extract from “Reinventing Innovation” by John J Kao.

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Authentic Leaders Delight in the Success of Others

Tullio Siragusa

Authentic Leaders Delight in the Success of Others. The cornerstone to growing as a company is teamwork. Teamwork is about getting excited for our peers’ wins and helping them win. Authentic leaders primary focus is caring for others and championing their success. Employees need to feel supported instead of being tested. Support leads people to work as teams instead of trying to stand out as individual heroes.

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Why You Need to Use Case Studies in Sales and Marketing (and How to Start Now)

Case studies are proof of successful client relations and a verifiable product or service. They persuade buyers by highlighting your customers' experiences with your company and its solution. In sales, case studies are crucial pieces of content that can be tailored to prospects' pain points and used throughout the buyer's journey. In marketing, case studies are versatile assets for generating business, providing reusable elements for ad and social media content, website material, and marketing c

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Rethinking Agility for the Post-Digital Age

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Greg Satell For the past 50 years, innovation has largely been driven by our ability to cram more transistors onto a silicon wafer.

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Using KPI’s to drive Peak Performance with Stacey Barr – The Performance Measure Specialist

Rmukesh Gupta

In this episode of Pushing Beyond the Obvious, we host Stacey Barr – The Performance Measure Specialist. Stacey is a specialist in strategic performance measurement and evidence-based leadership. She specialises in using practical performance measurement as the catalyst for creating a high-performance culture that achieves measurable success. She is also the creator of the PuMP® methodology.

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Hindsight Is Not 20/20 – The Hindsight Fallacy

Phil McKinney

We seldom see things in a clear light until after they have occurred. However, the way we recall events may not be accurate. Our brains fill in the blanks of our memory with what we think happened. Memory is not like a video recorder; it is malleable and can be changed by what we hear, […].

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