Monthly Archives: March 2010


Innovation vs. Education

By |2010-03-29T07:00:57+00:00March 29th, 2010|Innovation Behavior, Personal Innovation Skills, Uncategorized|

Life is not a multiple-choice test and neither is business. The insights we need are not found in brief lists of options. Knowing what worked last time isn’t the same as knowing how to face a new challenge or find a new solution. It doesn’t give someone the courage to experiment, or the confidence to chart a new path. Indeed, the surest way to short circuit innovative thinking is to conclude that you already have the answer.

The Insight Economy

By |2010-03-22T07:00:28+00:00March 22nd, 2010|Uncategorized|

Are you creating the sort of innovation-friendly environment that generates and implements attractive ideas? You need to be, because the ability to become a source of great new ideas is your most critical business asset—in the insight economy.

Creative Education?

By |2010-03-08T07:00:14+00:00March 8th, 2010|Innovation Behavior, Personal Innovation Skills, Uncategorized|

There is no shortage of research on creativity, what it is, how to cultivate it, and how to integrate it into our schools’ curriculum. It certainly needs to entail much more than teaching students to be “artistic.” We probably have some sorting out to do to determine what approaches will be most beneficial, but let’s at least start sorting.