Top 20 Innovation Articles of December 2014
Drum 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 8 as part of our FREE email newsletter. Did your favorite make the cut?
But enough delay, here are December’s twenty most popular innovation posts (each receiving 4,200 – 9,500 page views):
- The Eight Dimensions of Strategic Thinking – by John Persico
- How 3-D Printing Will Change Education – by Saga Briggs
- Why people resist change, learning and innovation and what to do about it! – by Janet Sernack
- Are You Lying About Your Level of Innovation? – by Braden Kelley
- Why Innovation Leaders…and Management Fail – by Kevin McFarthing
- Creativity Redefined for Innovation – by Michael Graber
- Innovation through Experimentation is Key – by Stephan Vincent
- How To Innovate Your Business Model In 5 (Not So Easy) Steps – by Greg Satell
- Effectuation and Disruptive Innovation – an interview with Philippe Silberzahn – by Nicolas Bry
- The Innovation Vacuum: Why Do Most Large Companies Suck at Innovation? – by John K. Coyle
- If Incremental Innovation Dominates then We Lose the Future – by Paul Hobcraft
- Mind the Change Gap – by Braden Kelley
- Open Innovation: Practical First Steps for B2B Companies – by Michael Glessner
- Everyone can learn to Innovate – by Matthew Griffin
- Imagination and Story in the Fuzzy Front-End – by Kate Hammer
- Creativity Networks in the Brain: Judith E. Glaser interviews Rex Jung – by Julie Anixter
- The New Role of Leaders – by Greg Satell
- Reigniting Creativity and Innovation – by Jeff Rubingh
- Keeping Score: The ART of ROI (Return on Innovation) Dashboards – by Luis Solis
- How a Genius Thinks – by Greg Satell
BONUS – Here are four more strong articles published the last week of the month:
- The Incremental Improvement Trap – by Mitch Ditkoff
- Five Key Ideas from New Innovation Research – by Robert B Tucker
- Four Pillars for Creating Wealth – by Paul Hobcraft
- Innovation Psychology: Five Personality Traits of Innovators – by Pete Foley
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Braden Kelley is a popular innovation speaker, builds sustainable innovation cultures, and tools for creating successful change. He is the author of the five-star book Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire and the creator of a revolutionary new change planning toolkit coming soon. Follow him on Twitter (@innovate) and Linkedin.
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