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10 Best CRM For Your Business In 2020

By Melissa Burns / May 13, 2020 /

2019 has passed and I hope it has elevated your business in the way you had imagined in 2018. Now is the time for better goals and new achievements. I believe, in 2020, your top priority should be fixing business processes. If you have faced friction in major areas like sales or marketing, you must…

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Business Model Innovation – The What, Why, and How

By Jesse Nieminen / April 14, 2020 /

In the last couple of decades, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in the popularity of business model innovation – and for good reason. Technology has made it easier than ever to adopt a wide variety of novel business models effectively. At the same time, increased pace of innovation and global competition has made differentiation more important than ever.…

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Constraints and Creativity (the mother of innovation)

By Peter Cook / July 5, 2016 /

Musings on the theory of constraints and its relevance for creativity – and innovation – in business.

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Successful Implementation: Fighting Innovation Assassination and Organizational Culture of Fear

By Robert F Brands / June 6, 2016 /

To successfully implement Innovation in business, you must fight organizational culture of fear and innovation assassination.

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The Rise of the Smart Creative (Lessons from Google)

By Janet Sernack / May 23, 2016 /

IBM Learning is now developing a completely different set of competencies which they encapsulate and describe as an ‘adaptive learner’. Stating that “innovation is the art of combination” where designers, developers, and engineers (and supervisors, managers and leaders) are required to combine their ‘expert intuition’ (and knowledge, skills and experience) with ‘strategic intuition’ (and innovative thinking).

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ISPIM Grand Prize 2016 – finalists announced

By Kevin McFarthing / May 22, 2016 /

ISPIM, the International Society for Professional Innovation Management to recognize excellence in innovation management. Here are the 2016 Grand Prize finalists.

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Four Key Strengths of the Effective Leader

By Ram Lonkar / May 16, 2016 /

Leaders in every organization, small or big, play an important role to help create a culture of continuous improvement. It is about the difference a leader can make. It is about an experience, the individual as a leader, can create beyond just a basic job role. What are a few basic and co-related aspects that may make the difference to be an efficient and effective leader ?

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The 9 Rules of Innovation

By Greg Satell / May 16, 2016 /

So who deserves credit? Engelbart for coming up with the idea? Taylor and Kay for engineering solutions around it? Jobs for creating a marketable product that made an impact on the world? Strong arguments can be made for each, as well as for many others not mentioned here. The truth is that there are many paths to innovation. Here are nine of them.

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How Mastering CEO-Speak Can Help Lead to Successful Implementation of Your Innovation

By Robert F Brands / May 13, 2016 /

Mater CEO speak is key to selling New Product for internal support

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Strategy is a Living Organism But Culture Will Outlive Its Creators

By Eric Lowenstein / April 30, 2016 /

Organizations invest a vast amount of time and energy creating defined strategies for innovation. This could be anything from new business models to new products to new ways of interacting with customers. Ultimately, what is often overlooked is that the culture of the organisation will determine whether the strategy is successfully implemented. In short, culture outlives the people that create the strategy. This is where the saying culture eats strategy for breakfast comes from.

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