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The Power and Importance of Integrated Learning in Organizations

August 19, 2016

The learning brain is constantly changing, constantly adapting itself and its structure to integrate new information and new experiences into the old worldview, into the old perspective. Some people, often the very naturally creative people, view this investment not as a burden, but largely as a pleasure; they like to think hard, and for a […]

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Agile Innovation Workshop – July 16-17, 2016 in San Francisco

June 20, 2016

Our sister company FutureLab is offering a workshop on Agile Innovation that is sure to be a fascinating and powerful learning experience. Based on the contents of our breakthrough book Agile Innovation, the workshop covers both the high level philosophy and the practical implementation details to help you and your organization adopt the latest thinking […]

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Space for the 21st Century

June 20, 2016

Over the past decade, InnovationLabs has partnered with some of the world’s leading space advocates and educators to prepare and publish a series of books about the possibilities, opportunities, and challenges related to space travel, space commerce, and the development of a thriving off-Earth economy. We’re pleased to announce that the fifth volume in this […]

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Skill at Decision Making: Evidence and Interpretation

March 10, 2016

This blog post discusses the question, “How can we make excellent decisions in an era of accelerating change and increasing compelxity?”  It is adapted from Chapter 10 of Langdon Morris’ forthcoming book Strategy for the 21st Century, which is due to be published this spring. ••• In reflecting on the 2008 financial collapse that was […]

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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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Moore’s Law, Kings, Paupers, Lilies, and Exponents

September 20, 2015

In 1965, computer scientist and Intel co-founder Gordon Moore calculated the year to year progress that had been made during the brief history of computer chips, and he realized that as a result of scientific and technological innovation, the capacity of chips to perform computing functions was doubling roughly every year. This progress was instigated […]

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