Top 20 Innovation Articles of February 2019

Top 20 Innovation Articles of February 2019Drum 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. How Blockbuster, Kodak And Xerox Really Failed (It’s Not What You Think) – by Greg Satell
  2. 8 Design Thinking Problems and How to Fix Them – by Braden Kelley and Adam Radziszewski
  3. Six Driving Forces of Innovation for 2019 and Beyond – by Robert B. Tucker
  4. The Right Way to Choose the Best Idea – by Mike Shipulski
  5. 5 Things Managers Should Know About Innovation (But Most Don’t) – by Greg Satell
  6. This Army Colonel Is Helping Large Enterprises Innovate Like Lean Startups – by Greg Satell
  7. Cultivating A Culture of Curiosity to Drive More Innovation – by Jesse Nieminen
  8. How to Pick the Right Problem – by Arlen Meyers
  9. It’s Time To Be Skeptical About The Lean Startup. Here’s Why: – by Greg Satell
  10. The Leadership Gap in Innovation – by Jesse Nieminen
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  12. Companies Are Failing To Get Value From Innovation – by Adi Gaskell
  13. Here’s What You Really Need To Know About Blockchain – by Greg Satell
  14. Bringing Agile Innovation into the Stage Gate Process – by Shelly Greenway
  15. Why Your Idea is Not Investor-Ready – by Arlen Meyers
  16. Four Things Nobody Ever Tells You About Innovation – by Greg Satell
  17. Innovation Comes With Messiness. Here’s How to Manage It – by Soren Kaplan
  18. Here’s Why You Should Seek Rejection Instead of Avoiding It – by Tom Koulopoulos
  19. How to Build Rural Innovation Ecosystems – by Arlen Meyers
  20. This Robot Video Will Show You Why It’s So Hard To Predict The Future – by Tom Koulopoulos
  21. This 8-Minute President Obama Video Gives a Whole New Meaning to Fake News – by Tom Koulopoulos

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

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[author image=””]Braden Kelley is a Director of Innovation and Human-Centered Problem-Solving at Oracle, and a popular innovation speaker and workshop facilitator. He is the author of two five-star books, Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire and Charting Change, and the creator of a revolutionary new Change Planning Toolkit™. Follow him on Linkedin and Twitter (@innovate).[/author]

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