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20 Million Ideas to Greatness

November 20, 2015

Sooner or later it occurs to the leaders of nearly every organization that their own employees should be a source of ideas that can improve their businesses. They then set about to tap into this valuable source of knowledge. Many of their efforts go astray, however, and result in idea systems that fail and are […]

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Creating Tomorrow, Geopolitics and Innovation

August 12, 2015

A couple of quite interesting books to consider for your next visit to the beach … The Accidental Superpower, by Peter Zeihan Zeihan is a geopolitical consultant and strategist who brings a considerable depth of research and insight to key questions about the uncertainties of the future we face in the coming ten to twenty […]

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Two New Books: The Innovation Formula and Soulful Branding

June 13, 2015

InnovationLabs and our partner firm FutureLab have two new books available for you, and we hope that you find them useful and interesting. The first, The Innovation Formula, is available as a free download from our web site  (you may also see the link on the upper right side of this page); the second, Soulful […]

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Innova-Con Innovation Conference

January 25, 2015

You’ve undoubtedly noticed that the world is changing, and quickly.  We took this photo in an airport a few years ago, and now here it is 2015 and lo and behold, they were pretty close to right on.  Perhaps this may stimulate you to ask yourself if you’re now prepared for 2020?  Of course this […]

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Driven to Death by the Rate of Innovation

September 18, 2014

We recently had a fascinating meeting with a prominent venture capitalist based in Palo Alto, and during the course of our conversation about the pressures that his portfolio companies are under he used a fascinating phrase to describe the tech industry as a whole.  He said that the lagging companies, many of which are not […]

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High Risk Innovation: Risked Big, Lost Bigger

April 21, 2013

Ron Johnson, the former head of Apple’s magnificent and uber-profitable retail empire, left Apple to take over as CEO of JCPenney in late 2011.  Johnson was brought in to transform the staid and failing retailing giant into a modern retailer, but alas, his Apple Store mojo didn’t translate to well to the department store format, […]

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