Mon.Nov 13, 2023

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Building a CFO-Ready Business Case for Innovation Management

HYPE Innovation

Learn why crafting a compelling business case is essential when implementing an innovation management platform. Make data-driven decisions for success.

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Generative AI – The End of Empty Textboxes

TechEmpower Innovation

We recently completed a web-based application that uses a unique algorithm to match professionals with new career opportunities. As part of the onboarding process, the app asks both job seekers and employers what they’re looking for - in a text box - while providing a few suggestions in a pop-up. If you’ve ever used a similar application, (or if you’ve ever used the Internet at all) you’ve probably seen this approach before.

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Surround Yourself with Colleagues Who Boost Your Performance

Harvard Business Review

When it comes to building a network, new research shows that there is no one-size-fits-all strategy; different kinds of people benefit from different kinds of networks. The key challenge, then, is to figure out the right kind of network for you. In this article, the authors share the findings of their research, which shows that the key to building a performance-boosting network is to include people who support you in areas where your cognitive style is not naturally suited.

Strategy 141
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Simple Innovations Sometimes Are the Best

Innovation Excellence

by Braden Kelley Innovations don’t have to be complicated to be impactful. They just need to deliver enough additional value that existing solutions become widely replaced, or flipped around, for the new solution to be widely adopted. Recently I have been seeing a new simple, yet elegant, solution driving around the streets of Seattle.

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LLMs in Production: Tooling, Process, and Team Structure

Speaker: Dr. Greg Loughnane and Chris Alexiuk

Technology professionals developing generative AI applications are finding that there are big leaps from POCs and MVPs to production-ready applications. They're often developing using prompting, Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG), and fine-tuning (up to and including Reinforcement Learning with Human Feedback (RLHF)), typically in that order. However, during development – and even more so once deployed to production – best practices for operating and improving generative AI applications are le

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4 Strategies to Cultivate an Authentic Corporate Purpose

Harvard Business Review

In today’s corporate sphere, a growing disparity exists between companies’ declared values and their actions, leading to stakeholder skepticism. This divide prompts discussions about the feasibility of genuine societal contributions within capitalist frameworks. Companies can tread three paths: transactional (profit-focused), toxic (misaligned actions under a guise of societal benefit), or transcendent (true alignment of values and operations).

Strategy 138
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People Make the Difference: A Day in the Life of Senior DevOps Engineer Asare Nkansah  

Planview

While DevOps involves programming and engineering skills, its true center is people. See how senior DevOps engineer Asare Nkansah uses his love of working with people and his investments in personal development to keep DevOps focused on team members and customers.   Explain your role as a senior DevOps engineer and a few of your responsibilities. DevOps is in my job title, but it’s more than a set of tasks—it’s a philosophy.

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We Are Killing Innovation in America

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Greg Satell Throughout America’s history, technological innovation has been key to security and prosperity. Whether it was through entrepreneurs like Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and Thomas Watson, or government programs like the Manhattan Project, the Apollo Program and the Human Genome Project, The United States has been on the cutting edge.

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Research: The Benefits of a Pet-Friendly Workplace

Harvard Business Review

As leaders consider what their organization should look like in our hybrid world, one area they may not be considering is the benefit that pets can have in the office. But a new research study indicates that there’s a lot of upside for developing a pet-friendly workplace, including increased employee well-being and collaboration, as well as playing a key role in recruitment and retention.

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Capturing Attention in the Digital Age: A Design Thinking Approach

Tullio Siragusa

Capturing Attention in the Digital Age: A Design Thinking Approach In the modern digital landscape, attention is the new currency, surpassing traditional commodities in value. This blog explores how Design Thinking, with its human-centered, creative problem-solving approach, can be pivotal in capturing and sustaining attention in a world where it is increasingly scarce.

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So Many Feelings. Too Many?

Harvard Business Review

How to share with purpose, recover from an outburst, set boundaries, and provide solace.

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How to Achieve Product-Market Fit

Speaker: Dan Olsen - Product Management Trainer and Consultant, Author, and Speaker

Everyone working on a product is trying to achieve the same goal: product-market fit. But most products fail to do so. In this webinar, product management expert Dan Olsen will share his simple but effective framework for achieving product-market fit from his book The Lean Product Playbook. He will explain his Product-Market Fit Pyramid and The Lean Product Process, a 6-step methodology that guides you through how to: Determine your target customer Identify underserved customer needs Define your

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16 Ways to Customize AI Content to Ensure It's Yours

BrainZooming

AI platforms can quickly crank out tremendous volumes of content at amazing rates. Where does all that content originate? There’s not typically a good answer to this question. The challenge in answering the question isn’t dissimilar to the difficulty in parsing out all the learning, experiences, imagination, and everything else that goes into creating a specific piece of human-generated content.

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Should I Continue to Climb the Corporate Ladder?

Harvard Business Review

A leader who is questioning the leadership track she’s on must learn how to redefine what gives her meaning at work.

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Celebrating NetSuite's 25th: SuiteWorld Highlights Innovation and Business AI Insights for Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneur - Innovation

I spoke at SuiteWorld – here's what I learned about how a small business can make the most of their tech.