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Ideas To Make Us Think, To Stretch Our Minds, Ideas to Change the World a Little, Inform & Open Our Minds, Make us Think...
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Most Creative People in Business 2016 | Fast Company

Most Creative People in Business 2016 | Fast Company | New Ideas ☼ Innovative Thinking | Scoop.it
Most Creative People in Business 2016
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Do you know who the most creative people are?  Check this for more.
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8 types of innovation

8 types of innovation | New Ideas ☼ Innovative Thinking | Scoop.it
In innovation, the path of least resistance leads to mediocrity. A form of Darwinism drives organizations as they decide which ideas to launch. But instead of
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Interesting innovation types. Several of these are not really innovations but re branding. 
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Innovation: Recent History

Innovation: Recent History | New Ideas ☼ Innovative Thinking | Scoop.it
One of today’s hottest trends is fostering innovation. It’s real important! There are books, conferences, certified experts and all sorts of things. Let’s do two things: (1) look at the origins of today’s acknowledged tech leaders; and (2) see how those tech leaders innovate today.

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Innovation through acquisitions.
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The first sketch of Twitter. Just Imagine!

The first sketch of Twitter. Just Imagine! | New Ideas ☼ Innovative Thinking | Scoop.it

This is twitter, when it all started as an idea. Jack Dorsey's Notepad. 


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New ideas are powerful that lead to innovation and new technologies. 

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Enterprise Architecture mantra: "If you can't draw it, you don't understand it"