Monthly Archives: July 2011

@innovate, 7/20/11 2:00

Braden Kelley (@innovate) 7/20/11 2:00 Nine Innovation Roles – A New Tool – http://ht.ly/5HHNT – Braden Kelley – #innovation #mgmt #teams #tools #collaboration Regards, Horacio. Sent from my iPad Advertisements

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@innovate, 7/20/11 2:00

Braden Kelley (@innovate) 7/20/11 2:00 Nine Innovation Roles – A New Tool – http://ht.ly/5HHNT – Braden Kelley – #innovation #mgmt #teams #tools #collaboration Regards, Horacio. Sent from my iPad

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Microsoft opens Garage to spark innovation

CNET News (@CNETNews) 7/19/11 13:12 Microsoft opens Garage to spark innovation http://cnet.co/r13Eoaby Jay Greene Print E-mail Share 11 comments Microsoft’s Matt Jubelirer and Quinn Hawkins in the meeting space at the new Microsoft Garage building. (Credit: Jay Greene/CNET) REDMOND, Wash.–It’s … Continue reading

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Are you ready to innovate?

by Mitch Ditkoff If someone from your company’s leadership team asks you to locate an outside consultant to help your organization establish a culture of innovation, STOP for a moment and, with all due respect, ask the requesting member of … Continue reading

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Our Job is to Invent the Future – Revisited

by Tim Kastelle If we’re trying to innovate, our job is to invent the future. That’s why I was struck by this quote from Ray Kurzweil from a few years ago: “I’m an inventor, and I started looking at long-term … Continue reading

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Distributing Innovation Work Effectively

Submitted by Jeffrey Phillips on July 15, 2011 – 11:43 pmOne Comment by Jeffrey Phillips We read, quite consistently, that innovation should be “everyone’s” job. That’s a simple encomium that is at least partially true. However, we also know that … Continue reading

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Innovation 101 in 5,000 words or less with Braden Kelley

Posted by Mike Cassettari at Thursday, July 14, 2011 Last week we posted our podcast interview with Braden Kelley, where we talked about his basic guidelines for implementing an innovation strategy. Today we bring you the transcript in case you … Continue reading

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