Sat.Jan 04, 2014 - Fri.Jan 10, 2014

The Creative Impact of Improvisation

Boxes and Arrows

Improvisation is a very old and time-tested form of theater. The earliest use of improvisation is found in records of a Roman farce performed in 391 BC. Given its long history, it’s surprising to me that in our modern world, comedy–and comedic improvisation–is considered a low-brow form of entertainment. It is generally eschewed by the erudite. But it shouldn’t be. My own experience with improvisation spans 20+ years.

Can Your Company Invent the Future?

Innovation Leader

In the book "The New Killer Apps: How Large Companies Can Out-Innovate Start-Ups," Chunka Mui examines how Walgreens worked to claim a new position in healthcare

Importance of Performing an Innovation Diagnostics

Innovation 360

Importance of Performing an Innovation Diagnostics. Many business owners and CEO’s tend to wonder why their proposed innovation programs are a failure. These programs are not likely to deliver the results that they expect. Actually, innovation is always included in the agenda of the higher ups. Nevertheless, they do not spend more time in assessing the innovation capabilities of their organization. They just directly initiate wide initiatives for the sake of their company.

A Hall of Fame for the Rest of Us

Bill Fischer

Few things are as exciting for a baseball fan as the selection of this year's class of Hall of Fame inductees. I'm sure that it's the same in football and soccer and other similar activities, including Rock and Roll, although without as much press, given the age and allure of

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Assessing and Fostering a Culture of Innovation

Speaker: Magnus Penker, CEO & Founder, Innovation360 Group

Welcome to an interactive empowering session on how to sharpen your future through innovation management, which can help guide your company’s goals. During this webinar, Magnus Penker, international thought leader and author, will dive into how to assess and foster culture and capabilities for innovation.

Changing Lanes

Boxes and Arrows

In the course of your life, unless you have inherited your family’s Piggly Wiggly fortune, you will have held a number jobs. Maybe you started out in your teens by bagging groceries, or perhaps you filled up that piggy bank by babysitting or mowing lawns. That first job hopefully taught you some valuable lessons about life.

A Hall of Fame for the Rest of Us

Bill Fischer

Few things are as exciting for a baseball fan as the selection of this year's class of Hall of Fame inductees. I'm sure that it's the same in football and soccer and other similar activities, including Rock and Roll, although without as much press, given the age and allure of

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