The first thing most people do when they hear the word “vision” in a business context is yawn. That’s because most visions are vague, unclear, and frankly, nothing to get excited about. Well-designed visions should be rally cries for action, invention, and innovation. I introduce a new tool The 5 Bold Steps that can help […]
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uncertainty is TOUGH. it makes you feel, well, uncertain, and That’s scary. We ‘re all naturally afraid of uncertainty. In this post, you’ll find some of the most prominent symptoms of uncertainty evading behavior that can hurt innovation.
Every design journey starts somewhere. Design of a new concept, design of a brand new company or a new direction for your company to stay ahead of competition. In every case, the journey you take will start with a point of view. But how do you design one? Learn from a new tool that help […]
Recently Dave Rochlin, a lecturer in applied innovation at UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business, and executive director of the Haas@Work program, wrote a terrific article, titled “When Innovation Meets the Language of the Corner Office”, that was published in MIT Sloan Management Review. The subject of Rochlin’s article is how “the languages and process […]
Preparing a team to compete in the Olympic Games is very different from running a company. But we can learn a lot from Olympic teams who work closely together for four years trying to achieve the ultimate goal: Winning a Gold Medal at the Olympics.