Top 20 Innovation Articles – August 2013

Top 20 Innovation Articles - August 2013Drum roll please…

At the beginning of each month we will profile the twenty posts from the previous month that generated the most traffic to Innovation Excellence. We also publish a weekly Top 10 as part of our FREE Innovation Excellence Weekly magazine (PDF for printing or downloading to iPad, Kindle, Nook, etc.) and email newsletter. Did your favorite make the cut?

But enough delay, here are July’s twenty most popular innovation posts (each receiving 3,000 – 9,000 page views):

  1. Top 50 Twitter Innovation Sharers of 2013 – list compiled by Braden Kelley
  2. 50 Ideas To Bring Entrepreneurship Into The Classroom – by Lisa Chesser
  3. 5 Best Practices to Drive Innovation – by George Labovitz PhD and Victor Rosansky
  4. Disruptive Innovation Theory Revisited: Christensen, Hatkoff & Kula – by Christensen, Hatkoff and Kula
  5. The Open Innovation Business Model – by Larry Huston and Tim Munoz
  6. The Jobless Innovation Era – by Paul Hobcraft
  7. Six Ways (Not) to Commit Innovation Suicide – by Gijs van Wulfen
  8. Why ‘Slowing Down to Go Fast’ Can Save your Life – by Holly G Green
  9. How to Assess Your Organisation’s Capability to Innovate – by Matthew Griffin
  10. Power of Crowd is in Co-Creation, Not Crowdsourcing – by Kevin Lonnie
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  12. What Sort of Questions Should You Ask of Big Data? – by Rob Toledo
  13. Innovators: Stop Writing Plans and Get Started – by Gijs van Wulfen
  14. Be-ing Different, Disruptive and Deviant! – by Janet Sernack
  15. Intrapreneurship in Social Business – by Deborah Mills-Scofield
  16. The Cascading Effect for Innovation Success – by Paul Hobcraft
  17. Rewarding Innovation – by Tomislav Buljubasic
  18. The Collective Force of SlideShare – by LeAnna J. Carey
  19. Educating Innovators: 25 Ways to Prepare Students for a Changing Job Landscape – by Saga Briggs
  20. Predicting the Future in Big Pharma – by Lou Killeffer
  21. Using Open Innovation to Gain First Mover Advantage – by Matthew Griffin

BONUS – Here are four more strong articles published the last week of the month:

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Braden KelleyBraden Kelley is a popular innovation speaker, embeds innovation across the organization with innovation training, and builds B2B pull marketing strategies that drive increased revenue, visibility and inbound sales leads. He is currently advising an early-stage fashion startup making jewelry for your hair and is the author of Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire from John Wiley & Sons. He tweets from @innovate.

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