Vote Now – Innovation Insight Contest
In honor of the impact that Twitter has in democratizing information, Blogging Innovation is awarding a copy of the only business book I know of with a green cover – “Rethink” by Ric Merrifield – and a quick winner’s profile on this blog, to the winner of the innovation insight contest.
Vote for your favorite innovation insight before 23:59 GMT on June 30th via one of the two following channels:
- Twitter – Send an @reply on Twitter with the # of the entry you are voting for and @innovate AND #i140 in the body of the tweet
- This will allow everyone to see the votes
I will announce five (5) finalists on July 1st on this blog, complete with links to their Twitter accounts.
I will announce the ONE (1) winner on July 2nd via my profile on Twitter and on this blog with a quick profile of the winner, their winning entry, and a link to their web site.
Please vote by # for one these 30 entries (in no particular order):
- The sovereignty of your #innovation is often more valuable than its content. – @jsbelfiore
- “90% of what we learn comes AFTER we launch a new product.” – Eric Feng, CTO of Hulu – @veget
- The key to successful #innovation is learning to channel your inner wise-ass. – @jsbelfiore
- Do Better Today – What You Did Yesterday. – @pehodk
- #Innovation is a mirror, which reflects your thought processes. If you see nothing, you’re a vampire. – @jsbelfiore
- Genius in innovation is the clever reapplication of the “obvious” in a non-obvious manner or area – @jmccolgin
- Solutions come & go based on current technology; but underlying needs of audience transcend time and lead to meaningful solutions – @adamdole
- Innovation doesn’t just fall into your lap – Gijs van Beeck Calkoen
- Ideas have to be consciously designed – Gijs van Beeck Calkoen
- The application of a technology follows the generation of an idea, not visa versa – Gijs van Beeck Calkoen
- Innovation is the intersection of what’s possible, viable and desirable. – @ddetlefsen
- Innovation requires commitment. What is commitment? A chicken is “interested” in breakfast. The pig is “committed” to it. – @ddetlefsen
- Innovation is change that adds value. In math: I=Magnitude of Change*(addition of good features + removal of bad features) – @ddetlefsen
- Innovation does not just happen for free or by magic – it’s a game you can choose to win – @simontevans
- Make innovation happen by instilling fear – why? Because chasing an oppt is an option; running away from danger is a must – @bpluskowski
- Innovation is the process of uncovering problems for which people need solutions, and then developing a valuable and accessible solution. – i360 Insight
- “Nothing can withstand sustained thinking” ~ Voltaire – @tomludwicki
- Innovation is like loosing weight. Everyone wants & talks about it, knows its benefits, but most won’t work for it. – @ddetlefsen
- Aligning Business models with market expectations and Challenge the Market with Rapid Demonstrator development – @stefaanvermael
- Research is the transformation of money into knowledge – Innovation is the transformation of knowledge into money! – @Lerou
- Insight in a Marketing-driven company is hindsight, while Insight in Innovation-driven company is foresight. – @Lerou
- Implementing best practice is replicating yesterday; innovation is designing tomorrow. – @paulsloane
- I do not know who discovered water but I am sure it was not a fish. We cannot perceive that in which we are immersed. – @paulsloane
- Organizations that have a high % of people initiating innovative solutions 2 social problems are far more likely to thrive. – @DennisHoenig
- Will not innovate with a scam, will not innovate sending spam. will not innovate if workers cram, will not innovate Sam I am – @chris_townsend_
- Innovation and creativity seem to peak where the ripples spreading outward from knowledge networks intersect. – @geniusnet
- Creativity = the contxn b/w 2 seemingly random objects. Innovation = creating market value from two seemingly random objects. – @adamdole
- Question all rules. 1900 Olympics only 15 women took part. It was feared if she ran too fast her uterus would fall out. – @Journeywoman
- Humankind’s evolution: Stone Age-> Feudal Age-> Industrial Age-> Information Age-> Knowledge Age-> Awareness Age – @CrazyColombian
- Everything big started small. – @ryantracey
If you’re not on Twitter, make sure you subscribe to the RSS feed to find out who the five finalists and the one winner will be.
I look forward to announcing the five innovation insight contest finalists!
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