Tag: innovation

Create “On Ramps” For Innovation

innovation can be stifled when 100% of resources are allocated. Conflicts arise when new ideas must compete with resources that have already been allocated. Promises have already been made. Expectations are already set. These are difficult obstacles to overcome when trying to move innovations forward in this system. The only way innovations can move forward is either increasing available resources (which usually takes too long to be effective) or to delay in flight projects. This means breaking promises and resetting expectations. It’s not a comfortable process for anyone.

Early Adopters, Follow These 7 Steps To Create An Innovative Culture

How Early Adopters Can Foster Innovation? If you’ve read any of my PAID posts, you know that I’m a big fan of working for an established company; a company that values your contributions and provides an opportunity to grow. Working for an established company can be very rewarding, but it can be difficult for the …

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The Language of No

At it’s worst, the Language of No are the words used to shut you down. To make you stop believing. To belittle your ideas. At best, it’s used to make sure you know what the hell you’re talking about.

Innovation without Execution is __________?

I asked this question because my answer was a bit too….shall we say “colorful.” And I need a better way to share the thought that innovation for innovation’s sake is pointless. Here are the responses I’ve gotten so far.

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