This week on the ITLN Innovation & Change Management Journal: How Open Innovation is Like Dating, 10 Most Innovative U.S. States, Startup Fever Heats Up in Africa, iPad Mini Hits the Street, Banking Innovation, Managing Change Starting with the CIO, How Successful Companies Sustain Innovation, and More...
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Perhaps it’s just me. I find that spending close time with loved ones over the holidays—snuggled in warm homes barricaded against cold storms—often makes one reflect on the big questions… What makes humans human?
Most inventors strive for weeks, months, or years to perfect their products. (Thomas Edison tried thousands of different light bulb filaments before arriving at the ideal mixture of tungsten.) But sometimes, brilliance strikes by accident.
There is a reason why the monthly BLS JOLTS jobs supply/demand survey - which supposedly shows an "improving" labor picture because more people are willingly leaving their (temporary) jobs, and there are more job openings - is so laughable it is...
By Bryan Laychak I was at the park the other day with my kids and I noticed some children playing on the zip line; a handlebar they hold onto and z (New Ideas come from the most unlikely places, if you let them #creativity #innovation #problem-solving...
CEOs talk enthusiastically about the need for innovation. Workers at the front line can see the needs and opportunities for fresh ideas. But somehow nothing happens. Ideas do not get implemented. Innovation grinds to a halt.
As CIOs are asked to take a more strategic role in businesses fresh talent may be needed to take over from IT leaders stuck in an “order taker&# (MT @Joe_the_IT_guy #CIOs not up to the job http://t.co/MOu0hc5e...
PwC survey: CEOs say technology & innovation help them find and retain talent, improve customer relationships and quickly gather market intelligence (Where do #APEC CEOs say #tech & #innovation is most needed?
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