Top 20 Innovation Articles of February 2017

Top 20 Innovation Articles of February 2017Drum 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 February’s twenty most popular innovation posts:

  1. IBM Has Created A Revolutionary New Model For Computing – The Human Brain – by Greg Satell
  2. 9 Traits of Highly Innovative People – by Chad McAllister
  3. 3 Ways to Systematically Come Up with Breakthrough Ideas – by Mukesh Gupta
  4. Do University Incubators Harm Innovation? – by Adi Gaskell
  5. How Google Innovates – by Greg Satell
  6. Successful Innovation is a Matter of Willpower – by Gijs van Wulfen
  7. Break the Innovation Barrier – Start Pretotyping! – by David Siegel
  8. How Innovation Really Happens – by Greg Satell
  9. What Stops Us from Creating Breakthrough Innovations – by Mukesh Gupta
  10. Why are Children more Creative than Adults? – by Paul Sloane
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  12. The Eleven Change Roles – by Braden Kelley
  13. This Children’s Hospital in Dallas is Reimagining the Healthcare Business Model – by Greg Satell
  14. For whom do you create new products? – by Michael Graber
  15. How to Get Better at Dealing with Change – by Mukesh Gupta
  16. Insights from my Israel Start-up Immersion – by Janet Sernack
  17. Why Less is More: Product Strategy – by Michael Graber
  18. 2017 Open-Innovation Centers: Multi-faceted with New Business Model Focus – by Nicolas Bry
  19. Three Paths to Successful Organic Growth – by Jonathan Stearn
  20. Promoting Innovations Through Operational Process Optimization – by Melissa Burns
  21. Transhumanist Innovation and the Future of Work, Health, and Personhood – by Andy Heikkila

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, 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™. Follow him on Twitter (@innovate) and Linkedin.

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