A tool social scientists use to identify sex workers and drug users can help senior executives find the people most likely to catalyze—or sabotage—organizational-change efforts. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
Many of my clients and connections have robust social brands, but lack a plan or the skills to monetize their presence. They have blogs, followers on social media and active relationships. But, for all their efforts and successes, they have trouble translating their work into profit.
The National Science Foundation developed the Science of Science and Innovation Policy program (SciSIP) in 2006 to fund basic and applied research that bears on and can help guide public- and private-sector policy making for science and innovation. By design, SciSIP has engaged researchers from many domains in the development of a community of practice who work together to continually develop frameworks, tools, and datasets for implementing science and innovation policy. Since its inception, the SciSIP program has funded more than 150 researchers and their graduate students. The program also contributed to the initiation of the STAR METRICS (Science and ...
In this article I'll explain how we think during the process of being creative. This knowledge will help you understand creativity and will form a foundation in helping you understand why we have creative blocks and how we can combat them. | Tags: General
There’s a lot of discussion about on the best tactics to improve engagement. How do you generate engagement on social networks? What’s the best tactic to generate conversation? The thing that always stands out to me is that there’s not really any tactic to it – you have to engage with people.