Monthly Archives: September 2010


Reinventing Wheels

By |September 27th, 2010|Innovation Behavior, Innovation Culture, Uncategorized|

What is it about attempts at creativity and discovery that so frequently prompt us to turn up our noses and sniff, “Well that’s not really new.” As if to say that if it’s not a world class breakthrough, it simply doesn’t qualify. We don’t do that with other skills and behaviors.

Does It Work?

By |September 20th, 2010|Innovation Behavior, Uncategorized|

It’s easy for anyone to look back on an idea that has either succeeded or failed and draw conclusions about whether or not it was a good idea to pursue. The harder question is of course, “How does one know before an idea has succeeded or failed whether or not it’s worth pursuing?”

Innovative Thinking Makes Us Safer

By |September 13th, 2010|Innovation Behavior, Innovation Strategies, Uncategorized|

When we fail to think innovatively, it can have many negative consequences for businesses and careers and investments and economies. It can also be down right dangerous.


By |September 6th, 2010|Innovation Behavior, Personal Innovation Skills, Uncategorized|

The next time you face a new challenge, don't just ask yourself, "What can I learn from this?" Ask yourself, "What do I need to unlearn?"

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